Kettering University featured in latest issue of Automobile Magazine

Nov 5, 2014

"I was better prepared than students who came from more conventional schools."

"I was better prepared than students who came from more conventional schools."

Student Post: Week three in Germany

Nov 3, 2014

"The guy was teaching us how to use the combustion calculation tool he designed."

"The guy was teaching us how to use the combustion calculation tool he designed."

Student Post: What two years as a co-op student has taught me

Oct 29, 2014

"It is a great feeling to know that I have made a difference in the world."

"It is a great feeling to know that I have made a difference in the world."

IEEE Presents Electromagnetic Sensing for Nondestructive Materials Characterization by Dr. Nicola Bowler

Nicola Bowler
Department of Materials Science and Engineering
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Center for Nondestructive Evaluation
Iowa State University

We rely on materials in all aspects of daily living; in structures, vehicles, manufacturing processes, security and energy generation. In some instances, failure of a material can have catastrophic consequences. This talk focuses on electromagnetic properties of materials and the physics-based design of sensors to measure electromagnetic material properties nondestructively.

ME Sophmore/Junior Academic Information Session

The purpose of this session is to familiarize all ME Sophomore and Junior students with the many different specialties and minors available in the ME Department and Kettering University. In addition, academic advisement and final term registration information will be presented.

Please plan to attend. Lunch will be provided.

Note: This invitation is for ME Sophomore and Junior students only.

Student Post: Living the (nomadic) dream

Oct 13, 2014

Editor’s Note: This is a guest blog post by Kettering student Charles ‘Chaz’ Mancino. Chaz is from Fredonia, New York, and is majoring in Mechanical Engineering. If you’d like to write a guest blog post, email phayes(at)kettering(dot)edu. 

By Chaz Mancino

Kettering University hosting free STEM workshop for girls on Oct. 18

Oct 8, 2014

The workshop motto is, “If We engineer for a better tomorrow, the possibilities are endless.”

The workshop motto is, “If We engineer for a better tomorrow, the possibilities are endless.”

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