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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

Building technical talent in the Blue Water Area

By Website Administrator | Feb 6, 2003
St. Clair County Community College (SC4) in Port Huron and Kettering signed a strategic partnership agreement Wednesday,Feb. 5, that makes earning a bachelor's degree in engineering, the physical ... Read More

14 teams sign on for clean snowmobile challenge

By Website Administrator | Jan 31, 2003
Kettering University will defend its national title in March when the 2003 Society of Automotive Engineers' Clean Snowmobile Challenge moves to Michigan Technological University in Houghton, ... Read More

Leaders Endowment names new class

By Website Administrator | Jan 24, 2003
The second class of Leaders Endowment Fellows was announced Jan. 22 during Convocation ceremonies at Kettering University. Alumnus Steve Sordahl '99 of Brownstown returned to campus to announce ... Read More

SAE Congress

By Website Administrator | Jan 24, 2003
Close to 100 Kettering alumni and friends gathered at the Detroit Athletic Club March 4 during SAE World Congress. The long-standing relationship between the Society of Automotive Engineers and ... Read More

Women's history lecture

By Website Administrator | Jan 24, 2003
Betsy Homsher, director of Women Student Affairs at Kettering, will lecture on the history of women in engineering Tuesday, March 11, at 12:15 p.m. in the Women's Resource Center on the second ... Read More

Website provides easy way to support fraternity

By Website Administrator | Jan 17, 2003
The development of a new website overseen by Kettering alumnus Paul Cloutier '92 will help individuals who wish to make donations to the Sigma Chi house restoration project and scholarship ... Read More

Kettering inherits a piece of a legend

By Website Administrator | Jan 17, 2003
American muscle cars have come and gone over the years. Those of us who grew up racing in hopped up Mustangs, Chevelles, Chargers and Novas between lights on Woodward Avenue and Telegraph Road ... Read More

Co-op student helps finalize logo

By Website Administrator | Jan 17, 2003
Can a mechanical engineer become a "pseudo" graphic designer without changing majors? That is what happened to student Charles Bonam during his co-op job at Breed Technology recently. While working ... Read More

Poet returns to Kettering

By Website Administrator | Jan 17, 2003
To honor the 100th birthday of Langston Hughes, Kettering University will present poet b.f. maiz on Wednesday, Jan. 22. "Portrait of Langston Hughes" is planned for 7 p.m. in Kettering's McKinnon ... Read More

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