Mentor Graphics, a technology leader in electronic design automation, supplies Kettering with a suite of electronic design software that allows students to model, simulate, verify and synthesize electronic systems. These tools will also enable students to design and analyze distributed mechatronic systems before they are manufactured.
Kettering welcomed 240 freshmen to campus on July 12 and kicked off the 2007-08 academic year in regal style
Kettering's new Provost and vice president for Academic Affairs brings both international and varied higher education experiences as a new era begins on campus.
The Hearst Foundation has endowed a scholarship at the university that will begin awarding scholarship in 2008.
Kettering graduate Jason Braman had an idea about how to engage more college students in community service and he's turning that idea into a volunteerism movement - with a little help from his friends.
The evidence is impossible to ignore or water down.
Building a roller scale model coaster isn't easy, but it can be almost as fun as riding the real thing.
In the wake of rising oil and gas prices, Kettering's new pre-college program focused on sustainable energy lets students explore alternative ways to power-up.
Kettering student Scott DeWyse's co-op job prepared him to be a heavy duty truck engineer and gave this Bay City man some fringe benefits that he's enjoying.
Bob Nichols is Kettering's new director of External Affairs and associate to President Stan Liberty