Monday, September 1, 2003

Kettering grad first student to earn Ph.D. in fuel cells

Sep 26, 2003

Timothy C. Simmons Jr., a student who earned a master's degree with a concentration in fuel cells from Kettering in 1998, successfully defended his Ph.D. dissertation in August at the University of Florida, Gainesville.

Timothy C. Simmons Jr., a student who earned a master's degree with a concentration in fuel cells from Kettering in 1998, successfully defended his Ph.D. dissertation in August at the University of Florida, Gainesville.

Battenberg's tips for success

Sep 23, 2003

JT Battenberg III '66, CEO of Delphi, cleaned out the closet of his professional memories for Kettering University students Wednesday, Sept. 17.

JT Battenberg III '66, CEO of Delphi, cleaned out the closet of his professional memories for Kettering University students Wednesday, Sept. 17.

Fewer moving parts is the key to better engines

Sep 22, 2003

Three recent innovations in combustion engine technology have been combined into one amazingly simple new engine design.

Three recent innovations in combustion engine technology have been combined into one amazingly simple new engine design.

Women of the Year

Sep 8, 2003

Two outstanding young women, Kimberly Renee Brantley, of Orangeburg, S.C., and Jamie Lynn Taylor, of Bullhead City, Ariz., have been chosen Woman of the Year for A and B sections, respectively, at Kettering University.

Two outstanding young women, Kimberly Renee Brantley, of Orangeburg, S.C., and Jamie Lynn Taylor, of Bullhead City, Ariz., have been chosen Woman of the Year for A and B sections, respectively, at Kettering University.

Equipment allows study of artificial hip replacement components

Sep 5, 2003

Kettering researcher Trevor Harding isn't afraid of taking a hip check.

Kettering researcher Trevor Harding isn't afraid of taking a hip check.

Kettering alums named to NCCE Co-Op Hall of Fame

Sep 2, 2003

For most people who read "People" magazine and "Esquire," the individuals nominated by Kettering President James E.A. John for the National Commission for Cooperative Education (NCCE) 2003 Co-Op Hall of Fame are relatively unknown, yet their contributions to U.S. industry have helped shaped the fields in which they work and touched the lives of millions of people throughout the country.

For most people who read "People" magazine and "Esquire," the individuals nominated by Kettering President James E.A. John for the National Commission for Cooperative Education (NCCE) 2003 Co-Op Hall of Fame are relatively unknown, yet their contributions to U.S. industry have helped shaped the fields in which they work and touched the lives of millions of people throughout the country.

Monday, September 1, 2003