January 2006

Jobs Fund meeting is Jan. 18

By Website Administrator | Jan 6, 2006

Seminar will detail how to apply for $400 million for life sciences, alternative energy, advanced manufacturing and homeland security

Seminar will detail how to apply for $400 million for life sciences, alternative energy, advanced manufacturing and homeland security

Clearing the air

By Website Administrator | Jan 6, 2006

A research contract between Kettering University and a federal contracting corporation provides new details on the dispersion of chemicals, offers insight into the absorption of these elements into our environment and provides new employment opportunities for students and research professionals.

A research contract between Kettering University and a federal contracting corporation provides new details on the dispersion of chemicals, offers insight into the absorption of these elements into our environment and provides new employment opportunities for students and research professionals.

Powering down

By Website Administrator | Jan 6, 2006

Kettering University is doing its share to conserve and share resources by creating a comprehensive energy saving plan.

Kettering University is doing its share to conserve and share resources by creating a comprehensive energy saving plan.

Balancing act

By Website Administrator | Jan 6, 2006

Jeffrey Haladik has had a busy year balancing engineering school with competing on the U.S. Ski Team-D.

Jeffrey Haladik has had a busy year balancing engineering school with competing on the U.S. Ski Team-D.

The Global Village comes to Flint

By Website Administrator | Jan 13, 2006

The Fourth Annual Global Issues Film Festival brings the world community to Flint, exploring topics important to all of us.

The Fourth Annual Global Issues Film Festival brings the world community to Flint, exploring topics important to all of us.

A gift for life

By Website Administrator | Jan 13, 2006

More Kettering students and young alumni have been identified as potential matches for the National Marrow Donor Registry.

More Kettering students and young alumni have been identified as potential matches for the National Marrow Donor Registry.

Kettering student chapter wins grant

By Website Administrator | Jan 13, 2006

Kettering University's A-section student chapter of the Institute of Industrial Engineers won a Chapter Development Grant of $1,000 to support initiatives that focus on membership recruitment and retention.

Kettering University's A-section student chapter of the Institute of Industrial Engineers won a Chapter Development Grant of $1,000 to support initiatives that focus on membership recruitment and retention.

Residence Hall Upgrade- Jan 06

By Website Administrator | Jan 13, 2006

New year = new stuff

New year = new stuff

Engineering entrepreneurship

By Website Administrator | Jan 20, 2006

Finding a niche in the small engine market, Kettering grad Kyle Schwulst '02 is poised on the verge of a post production fuel injector boom.

Finding a niche in the small engine market, Kettering grad Kyle Schwulst '02 is poised on the verge of a post production fuel injector boom.

Role of Editor challenging

By Website Administrator | Jan 20, 2006

Dr. Ilya Kudish was appointed associate editor for the ASME Journal of Tribology soon after being named an ASME Fellow.

Dr. Ilya Kudish was appointed associate editor for the ASME Journal of Tribology soon after being named an ASME Fellow.

Governor opens Jobs Fund meeting

By Website Administrator | Jan 20, 2006

Governor Jennifer Granholm was on hand to welcome participants to a workshop about the $400 million 21st Century Jobs Fund.

Governor Jennifer Granholm was on hand to welcome participants to a workshop about the $400 million 21st Century Jobs Fund.

Lifting the last veil of colonialism

By Website Administrator | Jan 27, 2006

Kettering professor takes a visiting faculty position with the International Institute for the Sociology of Law (IISL) to help graduate students from around the world better understand how political issues impact law and justice in post-colonial south Asia.

Kettering professor takes a visiting faculty position with the International Institute for the Sociology of Law (IISL) to help graduate students from around the world better understand how political issues impact law and justice in post-colonial south Asia.

Nichols, Walker join Auto Alley

By Website Administrator | Jan 27, 2006

Kettering's outreach efforts into the state's technology community shift into high gear.

Kettering's outreach efforts into the state's technology community shift into high gear.

Discover U

By Website Administrator | Jan 27, 2006

Lasers, acoustics and the hairs on a fruit fly's leg were all part of the introduction to Physics and careers in applied science local high school girls experienced Tuesday, Jan. 24, during a Discover U workshop at Kettering University.

Lasers, acoustics and the hairs on a fruit fly's leg were all part of the introduction to Physics and careers in applied science local high school girls experienced Tuesday, Jan. 24, during a Discover U workshop at Kettering University.

Crash Safety Center benefits SAE race teams

By Website Administrator | Jan 27, 2006

New competition rules for the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) Formula student race series offer an opportunity for Kettering's Crash Safety Center to test 2006 stipulations for the benefit of all student teams.

New competition rules for the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) Formula student race series offer an opportunity for Kettering's Crash Safety Center to test 2006 stipulations for the benefit of all student teams.

January 2006