A blizzard of troubles

Mar 21, 2008

They missed classes and gave up sleep, but Kettering's SAE Clean Snowmobile team managed to re-engineer their engine just three weeks before competition and the work paid off.

They missed classes and gave up sleep, but Kettering's SAE Clean Snowmobile team managed to re-engineer their engine just three weeks before competition and the work paid off.

What goes up, must come down

Mar 27, 2008

Seventeen hours in the making, the Up Til Dawn group's Kapla Block tower survived 10 days before falling under a barrage of squishy missiles.

Seventeen hours in the making, the Up Til Dawn group's Kapla Block tower survived 10 days before falling under a barrage of squishy missiles.

Green Week

May 8, 2008

To shine a spotlight on how engineering can go green, the Kettering Entrepreneur Society is hosting a week long environmental event on campus.

To shine a spotlight on how engineering can go green, the Kettering Entrepreneur Society is hosting a week long environmental event on campus.

Engineering for Global Benefit

Jul 4, 2008

How one professor and a handful of students thought outside the box in terms of engineering education, and came up with new ways for engineering to change the world for the better.

How one professor and a handful of students thought outside the box in terms of engineering education, and came up with new ways for engineering to change the world for the better.

Venezuelan racing connection

Jul 31, 2008

Kettering's Formula SAE Team offered international assistance to Central University of Venezuela's Formula SAE Team prior to the May 14-18 SAE race competition at Michigan International Speedway.

Kettering's Formula SAE Team offered international assistance to Central University of Venezuela's Formula SAE Team prior to the May 14-18 SAE race competition at Michigan International Speedway.

Sigma Chi celebrates 45 years at Kettering!

Nov 14, 2008

Kettering University's Sigma Chi Zeta Theta Chapter celebrated its 45th anniversary as one of the leading Greek organizations on campus and helped raise money for an important cause.

Kettering University's Sigma Chi Zeta Theta Chapter celebrated its 45th anniversary as one of the leading Greek organizations on campus and helped raise money for an important cause.

Engineering U.S. preparedness

Jan 16, 2009

Dennis R. Schrader '76, former deputy administrator of the National Preparedness Directorate for the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), said the government is actively improving the federal management of disasters and offered other comments during a recent visit to Kettering.

Dennis R. Schrader '76, former deputy administrator of the National Preparedness Directorate for the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), said the government is actively improving the federal management of disasters and offered other comments during a recent visit to Kettering.

Sand, sun and $60 = clean water

Feb 7, 2009

Combining a biosand filter and sunlight, Kettering's Engineers Without Borders A-Section engineered a solution to make contaminated water potable for a village in Mexico.

Combining a biosand filter and sunlight, Kettering's Engineers Without Borders A-Section engineered a solution to make contaminated water potable for a village in Mexico.

EWB in Africa

Dec 23, 2009

Kettering University's Engineers Without Borders has taken on another water project - this time in South Africa, expanding their international reach to three countries on two continents.

Kettering University's Engineers Without Borders has taken on another water project - this time in South Africa, expanding their international reach to three countries on two continents.

State champs again!

Feb 15, 2011

Six Kettering students won Michigan's Collegiate DECA State Career Development Conference and now qualify for the international competition in April.

Six Kettering students won Michigan's Collegiate DECA State Career Development Conference and now qualify for the international competition in April.

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