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New Communications Lab

By Website Administrator | Aug 25, 2003
The Department of Liberal Studies recently incorporated a new state-of-the-art computer classroom into the communications curriculum. Designed for use by all written and oral communication courses ... Read More

A Kettering University degree = jobs!

By Website Administrator | Aug 25, 2003
The distinction of a Kettering University education - and the ability for Kettering graduates to land top-rated jobs - just received several national recognitions.Kaplan's the "328 Most Interesting ... Read More

Coveted Medal of Honor presented to Neil McCarthy '65

By Website Administrator | Aug 22, 2003
Neil McCarthy is a professor who truly cares that his students learn and use the concepts he offers in class. For him, the true measure of career success is measured by the accomplishments and ... Read More

800 at 'Discover'

By Website Administrator | Aug 11, 2003
The crowds were big and happy on Aug. 9 when Kettering hosted its summer open house, an event to introduce the University to high school students and their families.Shari Luck, program coordinator ... Read More

Dolza family visits

By Website Administrator | Aug 8, 2003
Paul Dolza, the son of the legendary GM engineer who developed the first fuel injection unit for the sports car, visited Kettering's Scharchburg Archives with his wife and youngest daughter ... Read More

Engineering better medicine - one bead at a time

By Website Administrator | Aug 8, 2003
Medical doctors at McLaren Regional Medical Center and mechanical engineers at Kettering University have teamed-up to improve medical care for patients with massive soft tissue injuries to skin and ... Read More

Alumna's valuable advice

By Website Administrator | Aug 8, 2003
After six weeks of intense pre-college coursework, 40 students in the Academically Interested Minorities (AIM) program got some last minute advice from a Kettering/GMI graduate. Denise (Glover) Gray ... Read More

Tomek & GM Racing

By Website Administrator | Aug 5, 2003
Concentrating on Liberal Arts studies throughout high school and for a few years in college, Ondrej Tomek '97 "finally realized that engineers made cars." Tomek spoke to a crowded lecture hall ... Read More

Job fair matches businesses with young talent

By Website Administrator | Aug 4, 2003
It's only for Kettering University students, but the 2003 National Cooperative Education Employment Fair opens hiring doors for tomorrow's business and industry leaders. The event is Wednesday, Aug. ... Read More

Rantilla earns top honor

By Website Administrator | Aug 1, 2003
General Motors honored Richard R. Rantilla, adjunct faculty at Kettering University in Flint, Mich., with the General Motors Outstanding Distance Learning Award Wednesday, July 30 at the ... Read More

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