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Open house attracts many visitors and volunteers

By Website Administrator | Nov 13, 2002
People are calling it one of the best "Discover Kettering" open houses in recent history. Kettering's fall open house attracted the kind of numbers that makes hearts beat a little faster around ... Read More

Kettering Kudos

By Website Administrator | Nov 13, 2002
** Raghu Echempati, associate professor of Mechanical Engineering, recently attended and chaired a session at the NUMISHEET2002 International Conference on Jeju Island, Korea. The conference is ... Read More

ME student wins national motorcycle championship

By Website Administrator | Nov 8, 2002
Kettering Mechanical Engineering student Andy Weiss had no idea his co-op experience at Delphi Corporation would eventually lead to a national motorcycle championship this past October. But it ... Read More

Research Revolution: Kettering one of only 50 sites in U.S.

By Website Administrator | Nov 8, 2002
On the surface, Charles Hanson, Denise Marshall and Benjamin Redekop do not appear to fit the stereotypical mold of revolutionaries most would associate with initiating any kind of radical political ... Read More

Kettering to host international technology conference

By Website Administrator | Nov 1, 2002
Kettering University has been selected to host the 2003 University Synergy Program (USP) International Conference. It is only the second time an American university has been selected to host the ... Read More

Family night with PLASTIVAN at Kettering

By Website Administrator | Nov 1, 2002
The Society of Plastics Engineers Mid-Michigan Section will bring PLASTIVAN to Kettering University Tuesday, Nov. 12. PLASTIVAN is a national education outreach program geared to students in grades ... Read More

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

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