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Tuesday, January 1, 2002

Pullman joins Wall of Fame

Jan 8, 2002

Pullman dedicated a logo plaque in Kettering's Great Court in December to celebrate its addition to the University's 600 professional co-op employers.

Pullman dedicated a logo plaque in Kettering's Great Court in December to celebrate its addition to the University's 600 professional co-op employers.

Kettering Family Foundation awards $25,000

Jan 8, 2002

Kettering recently received a grant of $25,000 from the Kettering Family Foundation for the University's scholarship endowment fund.

Kettering recently received a grant of $25,000 from the Kettering Family Foundation for the University's scholarship endowment fund.

Projects featured in Biology Posterfest

Jan 8, 2002

Dozens of Kettering faculty, staff and students attended Biology Posterfest in the Great Court of the Campus Center in December.

Dozens of Kettering faculty, staff and students attended Biology Posterfest in the Great Court of the Campus Center in December.

Trustee Ron Roudebush dies

Jan 10, 2002

Ronald L. Roudebush, who graduated from GMI in 1970 and served as a member of Kettering University's Board of Trustees since 1992, died Tuesday, Jan. 8, in Cincinnati from complications of pneumonia.

Ronald L. Roudebush, who graduated from GMI in 1970 and served as a member of Kettering University's Board of Trustees since 1992, died Tuesday, Jan. 8, in Cincinnati from complications of pneumonia.

Tap Water Tour comes to Flint

Jan 11, 2002

For most people, turning on the tap in the kitchen or bathroom is so basic it is taken for granted.

For most people, turning on the tap in the kitchen or bathroom is so basic it is taken for granted.

Forum to aid chronic pain sufferers

Jan 11, 2002

Kettering University has teamed up with physicians at McLaren Regional Medical Center of Flint to test a new treatment for sufferers of Fibromyalgia and chronic pain.

Kettering University has teamed up with physicians at McLaren Regional Medical Center of Flint to test a new treatment for sufferers of Fibromyalgia and chronic pain.

Making MLK Jr. day special

Jan 11, 2002

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CETL celebrates success

Jan 11, 2002

Kettering's Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) celebrated the success of its academic year with an honorary dinner at the home of University President James E.A. John April 11.

Kettering's Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) celebrated the success of its academic year with an honorary dinner at the home of University President James E.A. John April 11.

Alumni Events

Jan 11, 2002

A variety of activities are planned for Kettering alumni and friends.

A variety of activities are planned for Kettering alumni and friends.

Forum to aid Fibromyalgia sufferers

Jan 11, 2002

Kettering University has teamed up with physicians at McLaren Regional Medical Center of Flint to test a new treatment for sufferers of Fibromyalgia and chronic pain.

Kettering University has teamed up with physicians at McLaren Regional Medical Center of Flint to test a new treatment for sufferers of Fibromyalgia and chronic pain.

Friends of Library

Jan 11, 2002

The Friends of the Kettering University Library and Scharchburg Archives will be launched during a celebration planned for Wednesday, May 29, at 12:45 p.m. in the Kettering Library.

The Friends of the Kettering University Library and Scharchburg Archives will be launched during a celebration planned for Wednesday, May 29, at 12:45 p.m. in the Kettering Library.

Students honored at Convocation

Jan 18, 2002

Convocation was the site for the presentation of some of Kettering's most prestigious student awards during ceremonies Jan. 16.

Convocation was the site for the presentation of some of Kettering's most prestigious student awards during ceremonies Jan. 16.

Fighting fibromyalgia a search for effective treatment

Jan 18, 2002

Dr. Jeff Hargrove has learned first-hand it's not what you know, but who you know, that can change your life.

Dr. Jeff Hargrove has learned first-hand it's not what you know, but who you know, that can change your life.

Bulldog hockey team ready for action

Jan 18, 2002

The Kettering University Bulldog Hockey Club A-Section Team will play five games in February against the University of Michigan-Flint and Lansing Community College, both of which belong to the Michigan Collegiate Hockey Conference (MCHA).

The Kettering University Bulldog Hockey Club A-Section Team will play five games in February against the University of Michigan-Flint and Lansing Community College, both of which belong to the Michigan Collegiate Hockey Conference (MCHA).

Verizon Foundation awards $10,000

Jan 18, 2002

The Verizon Foundation recently gave Kettering University $10,000 to support the Academically Interested Minorities (AIM) and Life Improved Through Engineering (LITE) programs.

The Verizon Foundation recently gave Kettering University $10,000 to support the Academically Interested Minorities (AIM) and Life Improved Through Engineering (LITE) programs.

Visiting Artist Program features Aldrich

Jan 25, 2002

The Humanities and Visiting Artist Program at Kettering will feature Flint-area artist Tamar Aldrich through Feb. 22.

The Humanities and Visiting Artist Program at Kettering will feature Flint-area artist Tamar Aldrich through Feb. 22.

Kettering welcomes Ukraine visitors

Jan 25, 2002

Kettering's Office of International and Governmental Activities has welcomed its 22nd group of international visitors participating in the U.S. Department of State-Educational and Cultural Affairs Bureau-Community Connections Program.

Kettering's Office of International and Governmental Activities has welcomed its 22nd group of international visitors participating in the U.S. Department of State-Educational and Cultural Affairs Bureau-Community Connections Program.

From Freeport to Flint

Jan 25, 2002

Kettering's global connection continues to expand as six students from the Bahamas currently work toward their degrees at the University.

Kettering's global connection continues to expand as six students from the Bahamas currently work toward their degrees at the University.

Tuesday, January 1, 2002