Gender and ethics in engineering

Apr 14, 2006

"Can't get no satisfaction" is not necessarily the top juke box pick for women in engineering. But, does being female in a predominantly male field affect how women feel about their job? Two Kettering researchers surveyed students to find out.

"Can't get no satisfaction" is not necessarily the top juke box pick for women in engineering. But, does being female in a predominantly male field affect how women feel about their job? Two Kettering researchers surveyed students to find out.

Engineering outreach into the arts

Aug 31, 2006

A poetry reading, student art show and opportunity for students to attend "Moon Over the Brewery" at Flint's Masonic Temple help expose Kettering engineering and management students to the arts.

A poetry reading, student art show and opportunity for students to attend "Moon Over the Brewery" at Flint's Masonic Temple help expose Kettering engineering and management students to the arts.

Early responses to international terrorism

Jun 1, 2007

Initial attempts to develop effective responses to incidents of international, state-sponsored terrorism date back to the assassination of King Alexander 1 of Yugoslavia. Dr. Michael Callahan feels understanding how nations responded to international terrorism in the 1930s could help countries better understand how to deal with it today.

Initial attempts to develop effective responses to incidents of international, state-sponsored terrorism date back to the assassination of King Alexander 1 of Yugoslavia. Dr. Michael Callahan feels understanding how nations responded to international terrorism in the 1930s could help countries better understand how to deal with it today.

Going global

Sep 27, 2007

The 2007-08 Global Issues Film Festival begins Oct. 19 and 20 with five films exploring issues of human resilience, creativity and quest for justice.

The 2007-08 Global Issues Film Festival begins Oct. 19 and 20 with five films exploring issues of human resilience, creativity and quest for justice.

Conflict resolution and Hinduism

Feb 14, 2008

Looking for new ways the world can resolve conflict, a Kettering professor has turned to the diversity of belief and tradition in Hinduism for a fresh perspective.

Looking for new ways the world can resolve conflict, a Kettering professor has turned to the diversity of belief and tradition in Hinduism for a fresh perspective.

Imagined or real?

May 8, 2009

Dr. Eugene Hynes, an associate professor of Sociology at Kettering University, authored an award-winning book that examines the Virgin Mary's apparition in Knock, Ireland, in 1879 and its connection to the cultural and religious issues of the day.

Dr. Eugene Hynes, an associate professor of Sociology at Kettering University, authored an award-winning book that examines the Virgin Mary's apparition in Knock, Ireland, in 1879 and its connection to the cultural and religious issues of the day.

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