Monday, May 1, 2006

Leveraging innovation

May 4, 2006

Product innovation to create a thriving economy is the theme May 9 when experts will be in Grand Rapids to conduct business at an event co-hosted by Kettering and Grand Rapids Community College

Product innovation to create a thriving economy is the theme May 9 when experts will be in Grand Rapids to conduct business at an event co-hosted by Kettering and Grand Rapids Community College

Examining global forces

May 5, 2006

Dr. Michael Callahan, a professor of Liberal Studies at Kettering University, co-edited an important new collection of essays titled "Imperialism on Trial," which could offer U.S. policy makers insight into how to respectfully assist people in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Dr. Michael Callahan, a professor of Liberal Studies at Kettering University, co-edited an important new collection of essays titled "Imperialism on Trial," which could offer U.S. policy makers insight into how to respectfully assist people in Iraq and Afghanistan.

$160,000 awarded at FIRST

May 5, 2006

Kettering awarded eight more FIRST scholarships and welcomed alumni at a reception during the 2006 FIRST championship games in Atlanta.

Kettering awarded eight more FIRST scholarships and welcomed alumni at a reception during the 2006 FIRST championship games in Atlanta.

The future of engineering in the U.S.

May 12, 2006

Kettering University, in partnership with the University's student chapter of Eta Kappa Nu, will host a discussion May 25 by Dr. Ralph W. Wyndrum Jr., president of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers-USA, on the future of the engineering.

Kettering University, in partnership with the University's student chapter of Eta Kappa Nu, will host a discussion May 25 by Dr. Ralph W. Wyndrum Jr., president of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers-USA, on the future of the engineering.

Economy in transition

May 12, 2006

Leaders convened in Grand Rapids on May 9 to study how economic development can become a byproduct of collaboration. The event was hosted by Kettering and Grand Rapids Community College.

Leaders convened in Grand Rapids on May 9 to study how economic development can become a byproduct of collaboration. The event was hosted by Kettering and Grand Rapids Community College.

Commencement is June 10

May 12, 2006

Chet Huber '77, president of OnStar Corporation, will offer the commencement address when 300 students graduate June 10 in the Recreation Center.

Chet Huber '77, president of OnStar Corporation, will offer the commencement address when 300 students graduate June 10 in the Recreation Center.

An engineering degree = a job

May 19, 2006

It's a case of supply and demand; there are plenty of jobs in engineering, science and technology and not enough graduates. The U.S. GAO has recommendations to improve the gap but Kettering is already ahead of the curve and then some.

It's a case of supply and demand; there are plenty of jobs in engineering, science and technology and not enough graduates. The U.S. GAO has recommendations to improve the gap but Kettering is already ahead of the curve and then some.

Grace Lieblein - On top of her game

May 19, 2006

For this GM chief engineer keeping her focus and standing up for her beliefs has added up to professional success.

For this GM chief engineer keeping her focus and standing up for her beliefs has added up to professional success.

Gaining global experience

May 26, 2006

In today's global market place, companies are increasing efforts to attract and hire engineering and business management graduates with overseas academic and business experience. This is one reason why more and more students are engaging in Kettering University's Study Abroad Program.

In today's global market place, companies are increasing efforts to attract and hire engineering and business management graduates with overseas academic and business experience. This is one reason why more and more students are engaging in Kettering University's Study Abroad Program.

Peruvian perspective

May 26, 2006

How an Engineer found meaning and perspective for her life while giving a little piece of her heart to a boy in Peru.

How an Engineer found meaning and perspective for her life while giving a little piece of her heart to a boy in Peru.

Monday, May 1, 2006