Pre-college program looks at Sustainable Energy

By Website Administrator | Mar 23, 2007

Kettering's newest pre-college program will show high school students how to build a fuel cell car, a wind turbine and other fun stuff during two sessions this summer on fuel cells, biofuels and more.

Kettering's newest pre-college program will show high school students how to build a fuel cell car, a wind turbine and other fun stuff during two sessions this summer on fuel cells, biofuels and more.

Taking AIM at the future

By Website Administrator | Jul 31, 2008

Students from across the U.S., Jamaica and the Bahamas have come to Flint to get a taste of Science and Engineering careers in Kettering University's award-winning pre-college program for minorities.

Students from across the U.S., Jamaica and the Bahamas have come to Flint to get a taste of Science and Engineering careers in Kettering University's award-winning pre-college program for minorities.

$26,000 from UPS Foundation

By Website Administrator | Oct 17, 2008

The AIM program gets $16,000 and Kettering's scholarship fund gets $10,000, thanks to a $26,000 gift from The UPS Foundation.

The AIM program gets $16,000 and Kettering's scholarship fund gets $10,000, thanks to a $26,000 gift from The UPS Foundation.

AIMing for success!

By Website Administrator | Aug 14, 2009

Kettering University's Lives Improve Through Engineering (LITE) and Academically Interested Minds programs enjoyed another season of success AND received some more inspiring news in 2009.

Kettering University's Lives Improve Through Engineering (LITE) and Academically Interested Minds programs enjoyed another season of success AND received some more inspiring news in 2009.

Jet engines and DNA extraction

By Website Administrator | Aug 4, 2005

Keeping girls interested in science and math long enough to consider them as careers is the focus of Kamp Kettering, a pre-college program for junior high school girls.

Keeping girls interested in science and math long enough to consider them as careers is the focus of Kamp Kettering, a pre-college program for junior high school girls.

Toyota joins AIM sponsors

By Website Administrator | Dec 2, 2005

Automaker Toytota has joined the sponsors of Kettering University's pre-college program targeting minority students.

Automaker Toytota has joined the sponsors of Kettering University's pre-college program targeting minority students.

Discover U

By Website Administrator | Jan 27, 2006

Lasers, acoustics and the hairs on a fruit fly's leg were all part of the introduction to Physics and careers in applied science local high school girls experienced Tuesday, Jan. 24, during a Discover U workshop at Kettering University.

Lasers, acoustics and the hairs on a fruit fly's leg were all part of the introduction to Physics and careers in applied science local high school girls experienced Tuesday, Jan. 24, during a Discover U workshop at Kettering University.

LITEing the way

By Website Administrator | Jul 21, 2006

Unblocking an "artery" clogged with peanut butter using a syringe, duct tape and balloons was almost as fun as running the crash sled for girls participating in LITE.

Unblocking an "artery" clogged with peanut butter using a syringe, duct tape and balloons was almost as fun as running the crash sled for girls participating in LITE.

AIMing at a brighter future

By Website Administrator | Aug 4, 2006

Students from across the U.S., Jamaica and the Bahamas have come to Kettering to get a taste of Science and Engineering careers in Kettering's award-winning pre college program for minorities.

Students from across the U.S., Jamaica and the Bahamas have come to Kettering to get a taste of Science and Engineering careers in Kettering's award-winning pre college program for minorities.

Car seats & air bags for eggs

By Website Administrator | Jun 22, 2007

Keeping kids safe and introducing the basics of Bio-Engineering to junior high students.

Keeping kids safe and introducing the basics of Bio-Engineering to junior high students.

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