September 2002

IEEE-USA president offer lectures Sept. 10 and Oct. 9.

Sep 6, 2002

The next generation of computer and electrical engineers will need to know as much about public policy and the impact of their work on people as electrons.

The next generation of computer and electrical engineers will need to know as much about public policy and the impact of their work on people as electrons.

Some things never fade

Sep 6, 2002

As we look back at Sept. 11, 2001, we revisit the heartache, shock, terror and anger of that tragic day.

As we look back at Sept. 11, 2001, we revisit the heartache, shock, terror and anger of that tragic day.

MOVING UP! Kettering is highly ranked in 2003 'America's Best Colleges

Sep 13, 2002

#1 and holding, again! Kettering University's Industrial/Manufacturing Programs maintained its #1 ranking in the United States in the new U.S. News & World Report's "America's Best Colleges Guide."

#1 and holding, again! Kettering University's Industrial/Manufacturing Programs maintained its #1 ranking in the United States in the new U.S. News & World Report's "America's Best Colleges Guide."

African American alumni meet Sept. 21

Sep 16, 2002

The Black Unity Congress (BUC) and the Office of Alumni Affairs present an African-American Alumni Career Forum Saturday, Sept. 21, 10 a.m. - noon in Kettering's Campus Center, Room A.

The Black Unity Congress (BUC) and the Office of Alumni Affairs present an African-American Alumni Career Forum Saturday, Sept. 21, 10 a.m. - noon in Kettering's Campus Center, Room A.

Faculty take it on the chin to relieve student stress

Sep 16, 2002

The Kettering chapter of the Institute of Industrial Engineers hosted a "Throw a pie at a professor" event Friday, Sept. 20.

The Kettering chapter of the Institute of Industrial Engineers hosted a "Throw a pie at a professor" event Friday, Sept. 20.

Fuel cell experts to discuss initiatives

Sep 16, 2002

Dr. Geoffrey Ballard and General Hydrogen executive staff will be on campus Monday, Sept. 23, to tour campus, meet with students and discuss initiatives between General Hydrogen and Kettering University.

Dr. Geoffrey Ballard and General Hydrogen executive staff will be on campus Monday, Sept. 23, to tour campus, meet with students and discuss initiatives between General Hydrogen and Kettering University.

Kettering welcomed alumnus Tom Smith '77 to campus

Sep 20, 2002

Tom Smith '77 recently came back to Kettering to talk with members of the Student Alumni Council (SAC) about his education as a student at General Motors Institute, and about his distinguished career with some of the nation's leading companies and organizations.

Tom Smith '77 recently came back to Kettering to talk with members of the Student Alumni Council (SAC) about his education as a student at General Motors Institute, and about his distinguished career with some of the nation's leading companies and organizations.

The Business of Winning

Sep 23, 2002

A leadership symposium Sept. 10 provided insight into how some of the greatest professional sports coaches of all time led their teams to the pinnacle of success.

A leadership symposium Sept. 10 provided insight into how some of the greatest professional sports coaches of all time led their teams to the pinnacle of success.

Gary Cowger to receive Distinguished Alumni Award

Sep 24, 2002

Gary Cowger '70, president of General Motors North America, will be given the Distinguished Alumni Award by the Detroit Chapter of the Kettering/GMI Alumni Association at their 38th annual dinner, Tuesday, Oct. 8, at Southfield Manor in Southfield.

Gary Cowger '70, president of General Motors North America, will be given the Distinguished Alumni Award by the Detroit Chapter of the Kettering/GMI Alumni Association at their 38th annual dinner, Tuesday, Oct. 8, at Southfield Manor in Southfield.

James Hamilton puts a new face on high technology at Kettering University

Sep 24, 2002

Kettering University has forged an agreement with EDS to provide the university with the leadership of one of their employees, James A. Hamilton '76, who will assume the duties and responsibilities of interim vice president Information Technology and CIO.

Kettering University has forged an agreement with EDS to provide the university with the leadership of one of their employees, James A. Hamilton '76, who will assume the duties and responsibilities of interim vice president Information Technology and CIO.

Woman of the Year 2002

Sep 24, 2002

Kettering University will honor A-Section winners of the Woman of the Year award Wednesday, Nov. 6, at 5:45 p.m. in the institution's Women's Resource Center, third floor of the Campus Center.

Kettering University will honor A-Section winners of the Woman of the Year award Wednesday, Nov. 6, at 5:45 p.m. in the institution's Women's Resource Center, third floor of the Campus Center.

Trustee honored

Sep 24, 2002

Paul Chiapparone, vice chairman of Electronic Data Systems (EDS) and a member of Kettering University's Board of Trustees, will receive the National Italian American Foundation (NIAF) Year 2002 Special Achievement Award for Humanitarian Service.

Paul Chiapparone, vice chairman of Electronic Data Systems (EDS) and a member of Kettering University's Board of Trustees, will receive the National Italian American Foundation (NIAF) Year 2002 Special Achievement Award for Humanitarian Service.

Nat'l Co-op Fair

Sep 24, 2002

Kettering University will host the National Cooperative Education Fair on campus Nov. 12, 13, and 14.

Kettering University will host the National Cooperative Education Fair on campus Nov. 12, 13, and 14.

Freshman Engineering 100 project tweaks revolutionary Segway Human Transporter design

Sep 24, 2002

Judson Singer, lecturer in Mechanical Engineering at Kettering, likes to give students in his Engineering Design Communication class real world problems to work on.

Judson Singer, lecturer in Mechanical Engineering at Kettering, likes to give students in his Engineering Design Communication class real world problems to work on.

Unglamorous solder is the foundation for all appliances

Sep 27, 2002

Working in what was once described to him as the "proctology of Electrical Engineering," Mark Palmer, of Kettering, is making researching solder alloys a lot sexier than it used to be.

Working in what was once described to him as the "proctology of Electrical Engineering," Mark Palmer, of Kettering, is making researching solder alloys a lot sexier than it used to be.

Kettering appoints two new members to the University Board of Trustees

Sep 27, 2002

Kettering University recently appointed two distinguished business leaders to three-year terms with the institution's board of trustees.

Kettering University recently appointed two distinguished business leaders to three-year terms with the institution's board of trustees.

September 2002