Wednesday, August 1, 2001

Detroit dinner, Oct. 11

Aug 2, 2001

The 37th annual Detroit Chapter Alumni Dinner will be Thursday, Oct. 11, at Lovett Hall, Henry Ford Museum & Greenfield Village.

The 37th annual Detroit Chapter Alumni Dinner will be Thursday, Oct. 11, at Lovett Hall, Henry Ford Museum & Greenfield Village.

Golf outing, Sept. 7

Aug 2, 2001

The Mid-South Chapter of the Kettering/GMI Alumni Association will host Through the Green at Highland Rim on Friday, Sept. 7, at Joelton, Tenn.

The Mid-South Chapter of the Kettering/GMI Alumni Association will host Through the Green at Highland Rim on Friday, Sept. 7, at Joelton, Tenn.

Student out-picks stock pros

Aug 3, 2001

At his professor's suggestion, student Eric D. Swietlik submitted his favorite stock pick to the Wall Street Journal's bi-annual stock picking contest and was chosen as one of four reader participants.

At his professor's suggestion, student Eric D. Swietlik submitted his favorite stock pick to the Wall Street Journal's bi-annual stock picking contest and was chosen as one of four reader participants.

Top honors handed out for teaching and scholarship

Aug 3, 2001

The students have cast their votes, and the honors have been handed out. Kettering's Alumni Association have recognized three faculty members with the 2001 Outstanding Teaching Award, which is bestowed upon professors for their intellectual integrity, inspirational qualities and effectiveness of teaching.

The students have cast their votes, and the honors have been handed out. Kettering's Alumni Association have recognized three faculty members with the 2001 Outstanding Teaching Award, which is bestowed upon professors for their intellectual integrity, inspirational qualities and effectiveness of teaching.

More than 40 companies expected during National Cooperative Education Employment Fair in August

Aug 3, 2001

Kettering students seeking cooperative employment are invited to the National Cooperative Education Employment Fair Aug. 21, 22 and 23.

Kettering students seeking cooperative employment are invited to the National Cooperative Education Employment Fair Aug. 21, 22 and 23.

Kettering signs articulation agreement with West Shore Community College

Aug 10, 2001

Looking toward that future, Kettering University President Dr. James E.A. John and West Shore Community College President Dr. Charles T. Dillon have signed an articulation agreement.

Looking toward that future, Kettering University President Dr. James E.A. John and West Shore Community College President Dr. Charles T. Dillon have signed an articulation agreement.

500 visit campus to 'Discover Kettering'

Aug 10, 2001

There were 500 visitors on campus Saturday, Aug. 4, when Kettering University hosted its summer open house, "Discover Kettering."

There were 500 visitors on campus Saturday, Aug. 4, when Kettering University hosted its summer open house, "Discover Kettering."

'Woman of Year' is Aug. 29

Aug 17, 2001

Heather Lindell, of Oxford, and Cara Clippert, of Troy, will be honored Wednesday, Aug. 29, when The Clara Elizabeth Davidson Women's Resource Center (WRC) presents the Fifth Annual Woman of the Year Banquet.

Heather Lindell, of Oxford, and Cara Clippert, of Troy, will be honored Wednesday, Aug. 29, when The Clara Elizabeth Davidson Women's Resource Center (WRC) presents the Fifth Annual Woman of the Year Banquet.

Faculty share Kettering Rodes Professorship

Aug 17, 2001

Kettering University faculty members Jacqueline El-Sayed, assistant professor of Mechanical Engineering, and Lucy Siu-Bik King, professor of Manufacturing Engineering and program director of Manufacturing Engineering, recently won Kettering's prestigious Rodes Professorship award.

Kettering University faculty members Jacqueline El-Sayed, assistant professor of Mechanical Engineering, and Lucy Siu-Bik King, professor of Manufacturing Engineering and program director of Manufacturing Engineering, recently won Kettering's prestigious Rodes Professorship award.

Golf outing, Aug. 28

Aug 17, 2001

Alumni golfers and non-golfers alike are invited by the Indianapolis chapter of the Kettering/GMI Alumni Association to an afternoon of fun Tuesday, Aug. 28, at the Bear Slide Golf Club, 6770 E. 231st St., Cicero, Ind.

Alumni golfers and non-golfers alike are invited by the Indianapolis chapter of the Kettering/GMI Alumni Association to an afternoon of fun Tuesday, Aug. 28, at the Bear Slide Golf Club, 6770 E. 231st St., Cicero, Ind.

Seth Woodward wins the 2001 Michigan Council for Cooperative Education essay contest

Aug 24, 2001

Seth Woodward, a Kettering University senior who hails from Owensboro, Ky., has won the 2001 Carol Quandt Student Essay Contest sponsored by the Michigan Council for Cooperative Education (MCCE).

Seth Woodward, a Kettering University senior who hails from Owensboro, Ky., has won the 2001 Carol Quandt Student Essay Contest sponsored by the Michigan Council for Cooperative Education (MCCE).

Kettering to provide graduate courses for Delphi

Aug 24, 2001

An alliance of Kettering University, Learning Designs Inc. (LDI) and RWD Technologies has been selected to integrate education and training services for the North American salaried workforce for Delphi Automotive Systems.

An alliance of Kettering University, Learning Designs Inc. (LDI) and RWD Technologies has been selected to integrate education and training services for the North American salaried workforce for Delphi Automotive Systems.

Kettering professor involved in cutting-edge polymer technology

Aug 31, 2001

Like most inventors, Dr. Lars Beholz has used every available resource including the kitchen stove.

Like most inventors, Dr. Lars Beholz has used every available resource including the kitchen stove.

Ameritech helps teens MAP out road to success

Aug 31, 2001

A $10,000 donation from Ameritech/SBC will help Kettering University give high schoolstudents in Flint and the surrounding community a chance to start Making Academics Priority(MAP).

A $10,000 donation from Ameritech/SBC will help Kettering University give high schoolstudents in Flint and the surrounding community a chance to start Making Academics Priority(MAP).

Echempati finds unique balance in Kettering's brand of co-op education

Aug 31, 2001

Dr. Raghu Echempati, affectionately known by his students as Professor E, believes the balance between theory and practice makes Kettering University an ideal and unique place to teach and learn.

Dr. Raghu Echempati, affectionately known by his students as Professor E, believes the balance between theory and practice makes Kettering University an ideal and unique place to teach and learn.

Wednesday, August 1, 2001