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Walt Disney had it right: we do indeed live in a "Small World."

By Website Administrator | May 3, 2002
Perhaps it's a smaller place than even Mr. Disney could have imagined. In recent years, the increase in electronic technology and communication has suddenly made distant corners of the world highly ... Read More

Alumni Reunion Weekend brings old and new together

By Website Administrator | May 3, 2002
Lacrosse games, car shows and old friends highlight the Kettering Alumni Weekend May 17 to 19. Don Barefoot '77, Alumni Reunion general chair, said the reunion is a chance for alumni to experience ... Read More

Agilent gift will expand Kettering's capabilities

By Website Administrator | May 3, 2002
Kettering University's Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) Department will benefit from a $182,000 donation of equipment from Agilent Technologies (formerly a part of Hewlett-Packard). ... Read More

Indy 500 race car driver tutors Kettering's Formula SAE team

By Website Administrator | Apr 26, 2002
Lyn St. James, former record-setting Indy race car driver and Kettering Trustee, tutored eight members of the Kettering Formula SAE team in racing technique April 24, at Whiteland Raceway, near ... Read More

Students win international honors

By Website Administrator | Apr 26, 2002
Kettering students took top honors in one category and were well placed in others during the 2002 Delta Epsilon Chi Career Development Conference April 13-16 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Nicole ... Read More

Form meets function in the latest tech advancement on campus at Kettering

By Website Administrator | Apr 26, 2002
Wireless kiosks are being piloted at various locations around campus to give students a direct line to their records, a warm welcome to visitors and to provide the entire university community with ... Read More

Best high school talent sought for Math Olympiad

By Website Administrator | Apr 19, 2002
The Second Annual Kettering University Mathematics Olympiad is set for Saturday, April 27. High school participants will solve four to six problems during the four hours of the competition. Prizes ... Read More

Idea helps international student share $25,000 prize

By Website Administrator | Apr 19, 2002
A Kettering international student is sharing a $25,000 prize from General Motors after his energy-saving idea was judged tops in GM's Suggestion Program. Erick Rodriguez took top honors for an ... Read More

Student design projects educate both college and elementary students

By Website Administrator | Apr 15, 2002
How do a local university and well-known farm teach college students about energy conversion while offering elementary-aged children from the Flint Community Schools a fun, hands-on educational ... Read More

Kettering wins SAE's 2002 Clean Snowmobile Challenge

By Website Administrator | Apr 12, 2002
Kettering's snowmobile team has brought home four trophies and more than $10,000 in prize money from the Society of Automotive Engineer's (SAE) 2002 Clean Snowmobile Challenge in Jackson Hole, ... Read More

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