LITE students turn Chevy Volt parts into duck houses

Aug 5, 2014

“Growing up, not every girl gets the chance to use power tools, so it was a lot of fun to be able to give them that chance.”

“Growing up, not every girl gets the chance to use power tools, so it was a lot of fun to be able to give them that chance.”

FIRST, LITE programs drew student into engineering

Mar 6, 2014

Mackenzie Stratton became interested in engineering after joining the FIRST robotics program and attending a Lives Improved Through Engineering (LITE) camp at Kettering.

Mackenzie Stratton became interested in engineering after joining the FIRST robotics program and attending a Lives Improved Through Engineering (LITE) camp at Kettering.

Murals give Thompson Hall ‘living history’ of Kettering

Jul 1, 2013

The walls, adorned by murals painted by students, offer a great glimpse into the personalities of the many students who have lived in the building over the years.

The walls, adorned by murals painted by students, offer a great glimpse into the personalities of the many students who have lived in the building over the years.

First at FIRST

Mar 4, 2013

Teams from Goodrich, Canton and Madison Heights win Kettering’s 2013 FIRST Robotics District Competition.

Teams from Goodrich, Canton and Madison Heights win Kettering’s 2013 FIRST Robotics District Competition.

Enginerds, Star Trec and Killer Bees win

Mar 5, 2012

A three-team alliance from Grand Blanc, Lansing and Auburn Hills took top honors at Kettering's FIRST Robotics District games.

A three-team alliance from Grand Blanc, Lansing and Auburn Hills took top honors at Kettering's FIRST Robotics District games.

GM donation supports programs

Oct 15, 2010

James Hresko '87, of General Motors, met with President Stan Liberty and others Oct. 14 to deliver a GM Foundation donation supporting pre-college programs, SAE student teams and scholarships.

James Hresko '87, of General Motors, met with President Stan Liberty and others Oct. 14 to deliver a GM Foundation donation supporting pre-college programs, SAE student teams and scholarships.

LITE-ing the way

Apr 29, 2010

Kettering University's pre-college program Lives Improve Through Engineering (LITE) has been recognized with the 2010 WEPAN Award for helping to advance women in engineering.

Kettering University's pre-college program Lives Improve Through Engineering (LITE) has been recognized with the 2010 WEPAN Award for helping to advance women in engineering.

National Science Foundation awards Kettering University $400,000 for scholarships

Oct 5, 2001

"Girls need to see in their mind's eye how their contributions to the world will make the world a better place."

"Girls need to see in their mind's eye how their contributions to the world will make the world a better place."

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