Tuesday, July 1, 2008

Engineering for Global Benefit

Jul 4, 2008

How one professor and a handful of students thought outside the box in terms of engineering education, and came up with new ways for engineering to change the world for the better.

How one professor and a handful of students thought outside the box in terms of engineering education, and came up with new ways for engineering to change the world for the better.

Bio-fuels and classic cars

Jul 18, 2008

New bio-fuels may be damaging to classic car engines, so Kettering professors are studying the effects of ethanol-blended gas on the treasured classics.

New bio-fuels may be damaging to classic car engines, so Kettering professors are studying the effects of ethanol-blended gas on the treasured classics.

A Shakespearian twist

Jul 22, 2008

Dr. David Golz of Kettering University has had two careers during his professional academic life: a professor of Geology and now in a twist that reminds one of William Shakespeare, an assistant professor of Humanities in Kettering's Department of Liberal Studies.

Dr. David Golz of Kettering University has had two careers during his professional academic life: a professor of Geology and now in a twist that reminds one of William Shakespeare, an assistant professor of Humanities in Kettering's Department of Liberal Studies.

Taking AIM at the future

Jul 31, 2008

Students from across the U.S., Jamaica and the Bahamas have come to Flint to get a taste of Science and Engineering careers in Kettering University's award-winning pre-college program for minorities.

Students from across the U.S., Jamaica and the Bahamas have come to Flint to get a taste of Science and Engineering careers in Kettering University's award-winning pre-college program for minorities.

Venezuelan racing connection

Jul 31, 2008

Kettering's Formula SAE Team offered international assistance to Central University of Venezuela's Formula SAE Team prior to the May 14-18 SAE race competition at Michigan International Speedway.

Kettering's Formula SAE Team offered international assistance to Central University of Venezuela's Formula SAE Team prior to the May 14-18 SAE race competition at Michigan International Speedway.

Bottle up the noise!

Jul 25, 2008

Dr. Dan Ludwigsen, associate professor of Physics, works with students at Kettering University in studying the phenomena of Helmholtz resonators to develop an improved correction factor that will help control noise propagating down pipes and ducts.

Dr. Dan Ludwigsen, associate professor of Physics, works with students at Kettering University in studying the phenomena of Helmholtz resonators to develop an improved correction factor that will help control noise propagating down pipes and ducts.

Tuesday, July 1, 2008