Joanne B. Ciulla, Professor and Coston Family Chair in Leadership and Ethics at the Jepson School of Leadership Studies, University of Richmond, will deliver the Albert Sobey Lecture on Leadership and Ethics on May 9, 2012.
Seven Kettering University students participated in the Harvard National Model United Nations (HNMUN) competition Feb. 16-19 in Boston, Mass.
Six Kettering University faculty were recently awarded promotions by the Board of Trustees and two were named Emeritus Professor.
Kettering will soon offer for-credit foreign language classes in Chinese and German, giving students an edge in the global marketplace.
Exposing students to a new culture broadens their horizons. Dr. Arnaldo Mazzei wants to open Kettering University's first-ever cultural and educational exchange in South America in his home country of Brazil.
Kettering's permanent art collection provides an insightful look at WPA-created artwork, thanks in large part to early benefactors of the collection, Victor and Doris Zink.
For people interested in literature and art, an engineering school is, perhaps, an unlikely place to create a magazine devoted to student poetry and prose.
Corine Coniglio, assistant professor of Liberal Studies at Kettering, believes in the power of fiction and the study of literature in teaching students about the truth regarding American life and history.
Dated April 9, 2003, Ezekiel Gebissa, assistant professor of Social Science at Kettering, acknowledged that the prestige of winning a Fulbright Scholar Grant didn't hit home until the notification letter arrived in his mailbox.