Thursday, May 1, 2008

The Maharishi of Marketing ROCKS!

May 23, 2008

Entrepreneur, rock guitarist and concert organizer - wearing three hats at once comes naturally to Kettering senior Steve Schwartz, who is rapidly becoming a major Internet player in southeast Michigan.

Entrepreneur, rock guitarist and concert organizer - wearing three hats at once comes naturally to Kettering senior Steve Schwartz, who is rapidly becoming a major Internet player in southeast Michigan.

Mentoring a young intellect

May 12, 2008

Dr. Mark Wicks, professor of Computer Engineering and interim associate vice president of Academic Affairs at Kettering University, mentors a local 14-year-old genius in the art and theory of Computer Engineering.

Dr. Mark Wicks, professor of Computer Engineering and interim associate vice president of Academic Affairs at Kettering University, mentors a local 14-year-old genius in the art and theory of Computer Engineering.

Chemical Agent Fate project receives boost

May 7, 2008

Pending legislation could provide more funding for Kettering's research into chemical dispersion.

Pending legislation could provide more funding for Kettering's research into chemical dispersion.

Penny Garden feeds the needy

May 23, 2008

Kettering students helped the Food Bank of Eastern Michigan prepare a space for its Penny Garden fundraiser.

Kettering students helped the Food Bank of Eastern Michigan prepare a space for its Penny Garden fundraiser.

Stick work

May 30, 2008

Sophomore Linda Hunt is a hockey enthusiast interested in the physics of hockey sticks. Recently, she approached Kettering University's Dr. Dan Russell, who studies the "sweet" spot of baseball bats, about research on the vibrational properties of composite and wood sticks.

Sophomore Linda Hunt is a hockey enthusiast interested in the physics of hockey sticks. Recently, she approached Kettering University's Dr. Dan Russell, who studies the "sweet" spot of baseball bats, about research on the vibrational properties of composite and wood sticks.

Thursday, May 1, 2008