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Robots roll, Sept. 21

By Website Administrator | Aug 22, 2002
Join us for the third annual Kettering Kickoff* For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and TechnologySaturday September 21, 2002Enjoy a "snapshot" of the national robotics competition held at ... Read More

O'Neal talks of success at AIM banquet

By Website Administrator | Aug 19, 2002
Rodney O'Neal '76 really only had one reason for filling out his college application to General Motors Institute (Kettering University) back in the 1960s - he wanted his guidance counselor to stop ... Read More

Faculty emeritus

By Website Administrator | Aug 16, 2002
President James E.A. John presided Aug. 15 when he hosted a reception and dinner to honor the University's newest emeritus professors. They are (seated front, left to right) Phil Henderson, Ray ... Read More

Kettering University wins CASE 2002 Circle of Excellence Award

By Website Administrator | Aug 16, 2002
CASE, the Council for the Advancement and Support of Education, has awarded Kettering University with a 2002 CASE Circle of Excellence Award for overall fund raising improvement. CASE is a national ... Read More

Kettering shines new LITE on careers for women

By Website Administrator | Aug 16, 2002
Getting a cast put on an arm is not normally a fun activity, but for 35 young women in the Kettering Orthopaedics Laboratory at Flint's McLaren Hospital last week, it was a blast. Learning about the ... Read More

A father's quest for answers forges a permanent bond with Kettering

By Website Administrator | Aug 16, 2002
A permanent monument to the long-standing relationship between the Floyd E. Harris family of Flint and Kettering/GMI was dedicated Aug. 14 on campus. Harris Fields, named for benefactor Edward N. ... Read More

Kenya Ayers went back to her alma mater to inspire future engineers

By Website Administrator | Aug 9, 2002
Kenya Ayers, associate vice president of Academic Services, recently traveled back to her alma mater and former employer, the University of Michigan, to give a motivational address to students in the ... Read More

Kettering consultant honored with Rotary International award

By Website Administrator | Aug 9, 2002
Dr. Milton Robinson is not a man consumed by the highlights of his accomplished career. Success, in his opinion, is simply a product of hard, honest work and determination to make a difference. ... Read More

Fuel cell center at Kettering begins road to reality

By Website Administrator | Aug 8, 2002
Like ordinary American citizens, researchers at Kettering University have cast a weary eye at sources of foreign oil due to the volatile conditions our economy experiences with increases in gas ... Read More

Alpha Sigma Alpha sorority moves into Tudor mansion

By Website Administrator | Aug 5, 2002
The sisters of Alpha Sigma Alpha have added a little piece of history to their Kettering heritage. The sorority members have purchased a 1920s, English Tudor mansion in the Avon Street Historic ... Read More

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