ALERT : Happy Holidays! Kettering University wishes you a happy holiday season! Normal business hours will resume on Monday, January 5.

Faculty and Staff


Join WKUF as we celebrate 10 years on air! We'll be playing music in the Great Court during the lunch hour, and giving away some of our new 10th Anniversary T-Shirts!

We're taking over the airwaves.

Holiday Food Drive

Kettering 'Can Do'!! It is time for our annual Holiday Food Drive. There will be collection boxes located in the Great Court and Thompson Hall. If you would like to make a monetary donation please see Myra Lumpkin in the Student Life Office.


Learn about philanthropy's impact at Kettering, compete with friends to win prizes, and take the opportunity to thank Kettering alumni and friends for their generosity. Sign up a team for the scavenger hunt by Nov. 13. Email Katie Zahrt at to register.

IEEE Presents Electromagnetic Sensing for Nondestructive Materials Characterization by Dr. Nicola Bowler

Nicola Bowler
Department of Materials Science and Engineering
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Center for Nondestructive Evaluation
Iowa State University

We rely on materials in all aspects of daily living; in structures, vehicles, manufacturing processes, security and energy generation. In some instances, failure of a material can have catastrophic consequences. This talk focuses on electromagnetic properties of materials and the physics-based design of sensors to measure electromagnetic material properties nondestructively.