History of Science class helps students recreate pre-modern scientific instruments and rediscover the scientific past

May 18, 2001

Dr. Benjamin Redekop, assistant professor of social science, had no idea how the engineering and business management students in his History of Science class at Kettering University might respond to an assignment that calls for them to recreate pre-modern scientific instruments using basic materials.

Professor gives students historical truth through fiction

Mar 14, 2003

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.

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.

Kettering's Fulbright Scholar headed to Ethiopia

Jun 6, 2003

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.

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.

Campbell is first female to win Tutt Award

Sep 2, 2004

Elizabeth Campbell, associate professor of Communication at Kettering University, wins the school's prestigious Tutt Award.

Elizabeth Campbell, associate professor of Communication at Kettering University, wins the school's prestigious Tutt Award.

Benaiah Yongo-Bure

Nov 5, 2004

World Bank tapped Kettering professor to aid in Sudan peace-building efforts.

World Bank tapped Kettering professor to aid in Sudan peace-building efforts.

Khat and the Ethiopian reality

Nov 19, 2004

Dr. Ezekiel Gebissa and colleagues in Ethiopia hope to create a national research center to study the impact, history and economics of khat, a psychoactive shrub, as a cash crop for the country.

Dr. Ezekiel Gebissa and colleagues in Ethiopia hope to create a national research center to study the impact, history and economics of khat, a psychoactive shrub, as a cash crop for the country.

Hedging your bets

Dec 10, 2004

Kettering professor examines determinants associated with the enormous growth in recent years of foreign direct investments (FDI).

Kettering professor examines determinants associated with the enormous growth in recent years of foreign direct investments (FDI).

A sacred trust

Feb 10, 2005

Kettering Professor Michael Callahan's new scholarly study offers a further view of the League of Nations and Africa from 1929-1946 under the Mandates System.

Kettering Professor Michael Callahan's new scholarly study offers a further view of the League of Nations and Africa from 1929-1946 under the Mandates System.

Steinbeck bio connects students

May 2, 2005

Kettering professor's research on John Steinbeck connects engineering students to contemporary issues.

Kettering professor's research on John Steinbeck connects engineering students to contemporary issues.

Lifting the last veil of colonialism

Jan 27, 2006

Kettering professor takes a visiting faculty position with the International Institute for the Sociology of Law (IISL) to help graduate students from around the world better understand how political issues impact law and justice in post-colonial south Asia.

Kettering professor takes a visiting faculty position with the International Institute for the Sociology of Law (IISL) to help graduate students from around the world better understand how political issues impact law and justice in post-colonial south Asia.

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