May 2007

Foul-tip trauma clarification

By Website Administrator | May 1, 2007

A clarification of the results of a student class project testing two styles of catchers' masks.

A clarification of the results of a student class project testing two styles of catchers' masks.

Thinkbusters

By Website Administrator | May 4, 2007

In the spirit of Mythbusters, a small group of Kettering students spawned Thinkbusters and used a samurai sword, Mentos and liquid nitrogen to unravel some scientific mysteries.

In the spirit of Mythbusters, a small group of Kettering students spawned Thinkbusters and used a samurai sword, Mentos and liquid nitrogen to unravel some scientific mysteries.

No more stinky shoes

By Website Administrator | May 4, 2007

Pint-sized inventors invaded Kettering May 2 to show off their latest inventions to their peers and the general public.

Pint-sized inventors invaded Kettering May 2 to show off their latest inventions to their peers and the general public.

The race is on

By Website Administrator | May 11, 2007

It's "crunch time" for the Kettering Formula Racing Team. With a prototype engine and a lot of changes from last year's competition vehicle, the team is making every minute count prior to the competition May 16 to 20.

It's "crunch time" for the Kettering Formula Racing Team. With a prototype engine and a lot of changes from last year's competition vehicle, the team is making every minute count prior to the competition May 16 to 20.

Poet laureate to visit

By Website Administrator | May 14, 2007

Kevin Stein, the Illinois Poet Laureate, will bring words of elegance to Flint during two free poetry performances May 22-23.

Kevin Stein, the Illinois Poet Laureate, will bring words of elegance to Flint during two free poetry performances May 22-23.

Harris named new provost

By Website Administrator | May 14, 2007

Dr. Michael Harris of Ferris State University will become Kettering's top academic officer on July 9.

Dr. Michael Harris of Ferris State University will become Kettering's top academic officer on July 9.

Chewing gum for water

By Website Administrator | May 18, 2007

That chewing gum stuck to your shoe may have started out life as a Candelilla plant in a dry, dusty corner of northeastern Mexico. Kettering students are trying to help bring life-giving water to a community that relies on the Candelilla for income.

That chewing gum stuck to your shoe may have started out life as a Candelilla plant in a dry, dusty corner of northeastern Mexico. Kettering students are trying to help bring life-giving water to a community that relies on the Candelilla for income.

A simple wish

By Website Administrator | May 18, 2007

Kettering students are getting creative to help make one eight-year-old boy's wish come true.

Kettering students are getting creative to help make one eight-year-old boy's wish come true.

They were t-h-i-s close.

By Website Administrator | May 23, 2007

Kettering's Formula Racing Team almost pulled it off - building a car in six days - but a bad set of bearings dashed their hopes of finishing the competition May 16 to 20.

Kettering's Formula Racing Team almost pulled it off - building a car in six days - but a bad set of bearings dashed their hopes of finishing the competition May 16 to 20.

Anderson to give Commencement address

By Website Administrator | May 24, 2007

Joseph B. Anderson Jr., who helped the University focus attention on the need for more ethical training in preparing tomorrow's leaders, will deliver the Commencement address June 9 and receive an honorary Doctor of Management degree.

Joseph B. Anderson Jr., who helped the University focus attention on the need for more ethical training in preparing tomorrow's leaders, will deliver the Commencement address June 9 and receive an honorary Doctor of Management degree.

Kettering's new MBA

By Website Administrator | May 25, 2007

Kettering University now offers an MBA program through distance learning based on work-integrated learning and an applied capstone thesis project that is distinctively geared toward the needs of employees and the organizations for which they work.

Kettering University now offers an MBA program through distance learning based on work-integrated learning and an applied capstone thesis project that is distinctively geared toward the needs of employees and the organizations for which they work.

WOOD you believe it?

By Website Administrator | May 25, 2007

West Michigan businesses have teamed up with Kettering University to recognize student achievement with new scholarship opportunities.

West Michigan businesses have teamed up with Kettering University to recognize student achievement with new scholarship opportunities.

May 2007