Thursday, March 1, 2007

The hybrid ideal

Mar 2, 2007

A $75,000 grant from the U.S. headquarters of Mentor Graphics Inc. based in Wilsonville, Ore., helps Kettering University researchers develop computer models that allow automakers to design and evaluate hybrid drive trains that might make hybrids more cost efficient.

A $75,000 grant from the U.S. headquarters of Mentor Graphics Inc. based in Wilsonville, Ore., helps Kettering University researchers develop computer models that allow automakers to design and evaluate hybrid drive trains that might make hybrids more cost efficient.

Physics made 'phun'

Mar 2, 2007

Physics majors at Kettering are helping make science fun for K-12 students.

Physics majors at Kettering are helping make science fun for K-12 students.

Foul tip trauma

Mar 30, 2007

Inspired by the story of Mike Matheny's retirement, four Kettering students test catcher's masks to see how well they protect major league baseball players.

Inspired by the story of Mike Matheny's retirement, four Kettering students test catcher's masks to see how well they protect major league baseball players.

Ditch the heels

Mar 23, 2007

High heels making your ankles ache? Four Kettering students can tell you why.

High heels making your ankles ache? Four Kettering students can tell you why.

Faculty member helps U.S. Dept. of Defense

Mar 16, 2007

Dr. Jim Huggins of Fenton, Mich., and an associate professor of Computer Science at Kettering University, recently served on the review panel for a national scholarship program through the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE).

Dr. Jim Huggins of Fenton, Mich., and an associate professor of Computer Science at Kettering University, recently served on the review panel for a national scholarship program through the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE).

Hard work earns second place win

Mar 16, 2007

Kettering's Clean Snowmobile team is lightening their load to make a greener and quieter snowmobile.

Kettering's Clean Snowmobile team is lightening their load to make a greener and quieter snowmobile.

From racecar driver to humanitarian

Mar 9, 2007

Grease monkey, Daddy's Girl, speed demon, Corvette aficionado and compassionate volunteer - all labels that Keely Albers wears with pride as she sets her sights on volunteering in Tanzania, East Africa.

Grease monkey, Daddy's Girl, speed demon, Corvette aficionado and compassionate volunteer - all labels that Keely Albers wears with pride as she sets her sights on volunteering in Tanzania, East Africa.

Thursday, March 1, 2007