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Two receive Sigma Chi memorial scholarship

By Website Administrator | Feb 28, 2003
Andrew Wilson ('05) and Alexander Burtch ('07) have been named the 2002 Sigma Chi-Kettering University Memorial Scholarship recipients for B-Section, by the Sigma Chi Fraternity, Zeta Theta Chapter ... Read More

Mourning a gracious lady

By Website Administrator | Feb 21, 2003
Mrs. Virginia W. Kettering, one of our University's most important benefactors and friends, is being remembered at Kettering University after her passing Feb. 17 in Dayton, Ohio.Kettering University ... Read More

HRW film festival Michigan debut is a great success

By Website Administrator | Feb 21, 2003
More than 650 people from Kettering University, area colleges and the community came to Kettering for the Human Rights Watch (HRW) Traveling Film Festival Feb. 13 to 16. The festival, a series of ... Read More

Epsilon Iota-A Chapter of Delta Tau Delta receives Hugh Shields honor

By Website Administrator | Feb 21, 2003
The Epsilon Iota-A Chapter of Delta Tau Delta at Kettering University has been honored as one of 11 recipients of the Hugh Shields Chapter of Excellence by the International Fraternity for 2003. The ... Read More

First-ever book sale to benefit Library

By Website Administrator | Feb 17, 2003
The Friends of the Kettering University Library and Scharchburg Archives are holding a book sale and silent auction Thursday, Feb. 20, and Friday, Feb. 21, in the Great Court of the Campus Center. ... Read More

NCCE inducts five alumni into first national hall of fame

By Website Administrator | Feb 14, 2003
Most people are familiar with the Baseball Hall of Fame, which recognizes and rewards those who have achieved excellence in the sport. Players such as Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Jackie Robinson and Hank ... Read More

Ukrainian visitor "studies" Kettering

By Website Administrator | Feb 14, 2003
"Community Connections" were strengthened recently when Kettering University hosted a visiting public relations professional from the Ukraine. Natalya Posokovia, of Melitopod, Zapozokye in the ... Read More

Freshman adjusting to life in the U.S.

By Website Administrator | Feb 12, 2003
He comes to Kettering from India, choosing the University from halfway around the world because of its opportunities in professional co-op.Abhishek Banerjee is not disappointed. Only a freshman, he ... Read More

Faculty and students part of National Engineer's Week banquet

By Website Administrator | Feb 7, 2003
The mid-Michigan chapter of the Society of Automotive Engineers will host the 2003 National Engineer's Week Annual Banquet Thursday, Feb. 20, at the Bavarian Inn in Frankenmuth, Mich.The keynote ... Read More

Human Rights are still an issue around the world

By Website Administrator | Feb 7, 2003
The Human Rights Watch Traveling Film Festival will be at Kettering University Thursday, Feb. 13 through Sunday, Feb. 16. Eight films highlighting human rights issues around the world, including ... Read More

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