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Classes and labs go on in the C-zone

By Website Administrator | Nov 1, 2002
Amid the construction at Kettering's new Mechanical Engineering and Chemistry Center, labs and classes are ongoing in the completed portion of the new state-of-the-art academic building. Students, ... Read More

Young academic program boasts second-generation thesis project

By Website Administrator | Oct 28, 2002
For Jim Huggins, associate professor of Computer Science in Kettering's Science and Mathematics Dept., the approval of two student thesis projects since the development of the program in 1999 is an ... Read More

Students charged up for opportunity

By Website Administrator | Oct 25, 2002
Professor's relationship with national association creates professional opportunity and scholarship support for Kettering studentsIn Mark Thompson's view, projects that are multidisciplinary in ... Read More

Wanted: more women students!

By Website Administrator | Oct 24, 2002
Kettering's new director of Women Student Affairs knows there's no skirting her biggest challenge: Kettering needs more women students!So Betsy Homsher, who joined the staff this summer, accepted ... Read More

Free tutoring set to begin for community Oct. 22

By Website Administrator | Oct 18, 2002
Area students -- from elementary through high school -- who are seeking help with math, science and reading are invited to come to Kettering University during an eight-week, tutoring program that is ... Read More

From salvage to state-of-the-art: new controls lab opens

By Website Administrator | Oct 18, 2002
A trip to the dumpster turned into the first step in developing a state of the art electronic controls laboratory at Kettering University. A celebration to open the new lab - the Rockwell Automation ... Read More

Fraternities and sororities honored during Convocation

By Website Administrator | Oct 18, 2002
Convocation ceremonies were hosted Oct. 16 to welcome Kettering's Section B students to campus and award some of the highest honors presented to fraternities and sororities on campus. The event was ... Read More

New Zealand expert to report on "Electric Vehicle Research Down Under"

By Website Administrator | Oct 17, 2002
Dr. Simon Round, from the University of Canterbury, New Zealand, will report on research ongoing on electric vehicles in his part of the world, Wed. Oct. 23, from 12:15 - 1:15 p.m. in Kettering's ... Read More

Grand Rapids reception to 'complement the engineering base of West Michigan'

By Website Administrator | Oct 11, 2002
Armen Oumedian '49 is very fond of both his alma mater and his home among the scenic hills of West Michigan. He thinks there are business opportunities and strong economic futures in store for both ... Read More

Kettering wins $95,000 grant from the State of Michigan to help increase retention of minority students

By Website Administrator | Oct 11, 2002
It's tough to build on a successful program focused on the retention of minority students, especially one that leads the state in retention rates among all colleges and universities. But somehow ... Read More

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