Keeping kids safe

May 14, 2010

The latest crop of certified car seat checkers trained at Kettering "test drove" their new skills at a free car seat check May 15. Volunteer car seat checkers are making kids safer on the road.

The latest crop of certified car seat checkers trained at Kettering "test drove" their new skills at a free car seat check May 15. Volunteer car seat checkers are making kids safer on the road.

Statewide award

Aug 4, 2010

Kettering's Marsha Lyttle, Region 6 director of the Michigan Small Business and Technology Development Center, received the Director of the Year Award for Michigan.

Kettering's Marsha Lyttle, Region 6 director of the Michigan Small Business and Technology Development Center, received the Director of the Year Award for Michigan.

Top Dogs 2010

Sep 20, 2010

Teams from Goodrich, Swartz Creek and Midland were "Top Dogs" and took first-place honors at the 11th Annual Kettering Kickoff FIRST Robotics competition.

Teams from Goodrich, Swartz Creek and Midland were "Top Dogs" and took first-place honors at the 11th Annual Kettering Kickoff FIRST Robotics competition.

33,776 strong

Oct 27, 2010

Flint is now the home of 33,776 college students, an ever-important source of economic and business stability for Michigan's newest College Town.

Flint is now the home of 33,776 college students, an ever-important source of economic and business stability for Michigan's newest College Town.

Kettering employees volunteerism spans community needs

May 10, 2002

Kettering employees are busy people, but not too busy to give a little of their time to make things better for someone else.

Kettering employees are busy people, but not too busy to give a little of their time to make things better for someone else.

Donating dinner becomes regular event

Mar 14, 2003

The National Residence Hall Honorary (NRHH), a nationally-affiliated student group, will ask Kettering students with on and off-campus meal plans to give away their meal-plan dinner Friday, March 21, to feed people through the City of Hope outreach program in Flint.

The National Residence Hall Honorary (NRHH), a nationally-affiliated student group, will ask Kettering students with on and off-campus meal plans to give away their meal-plan dinner Friday, March 21, to feed people through the City of Hope outreach program in Flint.

Kettering's support of community

Oct 31, 2003

Six years ago, Dave Doherty, Kettering's vice president of International and Governmental Activities and an individual strongly committed to the concept of community education, believed that the University had a unique opportunity to enhance the already established community education program established as a base of operations at the neighboring DTM community school.

Six years ago, Dave Doherty, Kettering's vice president of International and Governmental Activities and an individual strongly committed to the concept of community education, believed that the University had a unique opportunity to enhance the already established community education program established as a base of operations at the neighboring DTM community school.

Human Rights Watch Film Festival

Apr 15, 2004

The Human Rights Watch Traveling Film Festival will return to Flint April 30 & May 1 and May 7 & 8, with an expanded schedule and two locations. This year's films examine human rights issues in Chile, Palestine, Israel and the United States.

The Human Rights Watch Traveling Film Festival will return to Flint April 30 & May 1 and May 7 & 8, with an expanded schedule and two locations. This year's films examine human rights issues in Chile, Palestine, Israel and the United States.

Community tutoring outreach

May 27, 2004

Kettering's Community Tutoring Program reaches out to help local students.

Kettering's Community Tutoring Program reaches out to help local students.

SAC helps dreams come true for kids

Sep 24, 2004

Members of Kettering's Student Alumni Council (SAC) presented The Children's Dream Center with a $1,000 check Sept. 16 during the grand opening of the Center's Ballenger Highway facility.

Members of Kettering's Student Alumni Council (SAC) presented The Children's Dream Center with a $1,000 check Sept. 16 during the grand opening of the Center's Ballenger Highway facility.

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