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Crim 2014

Kettering University hosting event for alumni, students, staff and faculty during Crim Festival of Races

By Patrick Hayes | Aug 12, 2014
The annual Crim Festival of Races is one of the area's signature event. (Photo courtesy of the Crim Fitness Foundation)Kettering University will once again have a major presence at one of the city of ... Read More

Chemistry research to be featured at ACS National Meeting

By Patrick Hayes | Aug 11, 2014
Dr. Cheryl Samaniego is among the Kettering faculty who will be presenting at a conference in San Francisco this week.Collaborative research between the chemical engineering and biochemistry ... Read More

Kettering University hosting open house for prospective students, families Saturday

By Patrick Hayes | Aug 11, 2014
Prospective students and their families will have a chance to see all of Kettering University's state-of-the-art labs and facilities on Aug. 16.High school students and their families interested in ... Read More
Art Exhibit

New art exhibit open in Humanities Art Center

By Patrick Hayes | Aug 8, 2014
Top: Viracocha by Christopher Watson. Bottom: Ropes on Tarangini by Matthew Malott.A new exhibit featuring the work of two local artists is currently on display in the Kettering University Humanities ... Read More
sae team

Student Post: Formula SAE team finishes 10th at Lincoln

By Patrick Hayes | Aug 6, 2014
The Kettering University Formula SAE team.Editor’s Note: This is a guest blog post by Kettering student Charles ‘Chaz’ Mancino. Chaz is from Fredonia, New York, and is majoring in Mechanical ... Read More
duck houses

LITE students turn Chevy Volt parts into duck houses

By Patrick Hayes | Aug 5, 2014
A LITE participant works on camouflaging her duck house. See more photos.Each year, dozens of young women participating in Kettering University’s Lives Improve Through Engineering program get ... Read More

Kettering University hosting CANUSA Games, Mateen Cleaves basketball camp this week

By Patrick Hayes | Aug 4, 2014
In 2012, Kettering University adopted ‘Community Vitality’ as one of its key strategic pillars. Since that time, Kettering students, faculty, staff alumni and many other stakeholders have engaged ... Read More

Kettering University receives fifth MRI grant from the National Science Foundation

By Patrick Hayes | Aug 4, 2014
Dr. Mary Gilliam (left), pictured with Chemical Engineering student Elizabeth Busch, was principle investigator on Kettering University's latest NSF grant.World class scientific research at Kettering ... Read More
study abroad

Student Post: Wrapping up the adventure of a lifetime

By Patrick Hayes | Jul 28, 2014
Photos from Lisa Mitchell's study abroad experience.Editor’s Note: This is a guest blog post by B-Section senior Lisa Mitchell, who is majoring in Mechanical Engineering and works as a ... Read More
Lisa Mitchell

FIRST Robotics, family tradition helped lead student to engineering

By Patrick Hayes | Jul 28, 2014
A senior in Mechanical Engineering at Kettering University, Lisa Mitchell has never turned down an opportunity that could result in professional or personal growth.Lisa MitchellLisa Mitchell's Study ... Read More