Engineering some fun for kids

By Website Administrator | Jul 7, 2006

Five days, four teams, 20 sites and countless hand grips - the Engineers Without Borders Group at Kettering sure knows how to kick-start the academic year.

Five days, four teams, 20 sites and countless hand grips - the Engineers Without Borders Group at Kettering sure knows how to kick-start the academic year.

Coming home - Celebrating 50 years

By Website Administrator | Sep 29, 2006

The name has changed over the years, and so have the faces, but the spirit has stayed the same. Sigma Nu (formerly Delta Chi Rho) fraternity celebrates 50 years in their house this October.

The name has changed over the years, and so have the faces, but the spirit has stayed the same. Sigma Nu (formerly Delta Chi Rho) fraternity celebrates 50 years in their house this October.

By their fingernails

By Website Administrator | Dec 22, 2006

Most college students hang on by their fingernails, figuratively, at some point in their academic career, but Kettering's Cliffhangers Club does it literally.

Most college students hang on by their fingernails, figuratively, at some point in their academic career, but Kettering's Cliffhangers Club does it literally.

Engineering clean water

By Website Administrator | Feb 23, 2007

Kettering's Engineers Without Borders teamed up with sixth graders at Pierce Elementary to engineer clean drinking water for a town in Mexico.

Kettering's Engineers Without Borders teamed up with sixth graders at Pierce Elementary to engineer clean drinking water for a town in Mexico.

Hard work earns second place win

By Website Administrator | Mar 16, 2007

Kettering's Clean Snowmobile team is lightening their load to make a greener and quieter snowmobile.

Kettering's Clean Snowmobile team is lightening their load to make a greener and quieter snowmobile.

Chewing gum for water

By Website Administrator | May 18, 2007

That chewing gum stuck to your shoe may have started out life as a Candelilla plant in a dry, dusty corner of northeastern Mexico. Kettering students are trying to help bring life-giving water to a community that relies on the Candelilla for income.

That chewing gum stuck to your shoe may have started out life as a Candelilla plant in a dry, dusty corner of northeastern Mexico. Kettering students are trying to help bring life-giving water to a community that relies on the Candelilla for income.

They were t-h-i-s close.

By Website Administrator | May 23, 2007

Kettering's Formula Racing Team almost pulled it off - building a car in six days - but a bad set of bearings dashed their hopes of finishing the competition May 16 to 20.

Kettering's Formula Racing Team almost pulled it off - building a car in six days - but a bad set of bearings dashed their hopes of finishing the competition May 16 to 20.

Environmental remission

By Website Administrator | Aug 10, 2007

Everyone on Earth plays a role in the improvement or degradation of our environment. That's why educational efforts like those by the Kettering Industrial Ecology Team could teach technical professionals to consider the environment when developing and manufacturing new goods.

Everyone on Earth plays a role in the improvement or degradation of our environment. That's why educational efforts like those by the Kettering Industrial Ecology Team could teach technical professionals to consider the environment when developing and manufacturing new goods.

Revving the entrepreneurship engine

By Website Administrator | Oct 5, 2007

Kettering University's e-Kettering Initiative receives a second $50,000 grant from the Kern Family Foundation to further enhance entrepreneurship education for engineering, science and management students at the institution.

Kettering University's e-Kettering Initiative receives a second $50,000 grant from the Kern Family Foundation to further enhance entrepreneurship education for engineering, science and management students at the institution.

New Robots at Kettering University

By Website Administrator | Oct 12, 2007

Seven were initiated into the A-Section Robots Society, which recognizes leadership on campus.

Seven were initiated into the A-Section Robots Society, which recognizes leadership on campus.

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