LITEing the way

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

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

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.

Gearing Up for the future

Jul 20, 2007

Building a roller scale model coaster isn't easy, but it can be almost as fun as riding the real thing.

Building a roller scale model coaster isn't easy, but it can be almost as fun as riding the real thing.

Lives Improve Through Engineering

Aug 8, 2008

Kettering's pre-college program for 12th-grade girls sheds LITE on careers related to Science, Engineering, Technology and Math with lots of hands-on, roll-up-your-sleeves experiences.

Kettering's pre-college program for 12th-grade girls sheds LITE on careers related to Science, Engineering, Technology and Math with lots of hands-on, roll-up-your-sleeves experiences.

Kettering University LITE program featured in USA Today

Aug 2, 2012

USA Today featured Kettering University’s Lives Improved Through Engineering (LITE) program in a story about efforts to battle the gender gap in math and science fields.

USA Today featured Kettering University’s Lives Improved Through Engineering (LITE) program in a story about efforts to battle the gender gap in math and science fields.

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