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CDC grant will fund community cleanups and other University Avenue Corridor initiatives

By Patrick Hayes | Oct 14, 2014
Ice skating will return to Atwood Stadium this winter, with a warming shelter as a new addition, thanks to a $50,000 grant from the Center for Disease Control.Funding from the Centers for Disease ... Read More

Student Post: Living the (nomadic) dream

By Patrick Hayes | Oct 13, 2014
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 Engineering. If you’d like to write a ... Read More

Student Post: Getting acquainted with Germany

By Patrick Hayes | Oct 13, 2014
Scenes from Rachael Cuthbertson's first week in Germany in the study abroad program.Rachael Cuthbertson is a senior from Port Huron, Michigan, majoring in Chemical Engineering. Her co-op placement is ... Read More

Kettering University hosting free STEM workshop for girls on Oct. 18

By Patrick Hayes | Oct 8, 2014
A free pre-college workshop on Oct. 18 will expose young girls and their parents to hands-on STEM concepts.The Kettering University section of the Society of Women Engineers is hosting a free ... Read More

Founder of GoPago to receive 2014 Kettering University Entrepreneurial Achievement Award

By Patrick Hayes | Oct 8, 2014
Leonardo Rocco '99’s successes total millions of dollars in raised capital and investments, countless hours of agonizing brainstorming and a plethora of digital technologies and products that are ... Read More

Graduate’s community efforts in Baltimore will be recognized with Kettering University Civic Achievement Award

By Patrick Hayes | Oct 6, 2014
Kettering University (then GMI) played an important role in preparing Carol (VanDeVoort) Goodman ‘79 to attain leadership roles throughout her career in the automotive industry and with nonprofit ... Read More
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Navistar CEO to receive Kettering University Distinguished Alumnus Award

By Patrick Hayes | Oct 3, 2014
As the valedictorian of his high school class, Troy Clarke ‘78 had a lot of options when deciding on colleges.Clarke, who grew up in Waterford Township, Michigan, had filled out an application for ... Read More

Flint, Kettering University receive $1 million Department of Justice grant for neighborhood revitalization

By Patrick Hayes | Oct 2, 2014
Kettering University and community partners will have already ongoing efforts to improve the University Avenue Corridor enhanced by a major federal grant.Efforts to create a safe, walkable University ... Read More

Kettering University News: Month in review for September 2014

By Patrick Hayes | Oct 1, 2014
 Gov. Rick Snyder (left) visited Kettering University in September to help unveil the FIRST Robotics Community Center.Each month, we'll publish a roundup of every story published on the ... Read More

Humble upbringing, politics have inspired Kettering University graduate throughout his life

By Patrick Hayes | Sep 29, 2014
Ed Orlett '61 (left) with Robert Kennedy.To describe Scioto County in southern Ohio as humble is an understatement. The rural county in the southeast corner of the state, nestled between West ... Read More