May 2009

Squelching scheduling nightmares!

By Website Administrator | May 1, 2009

Kettering University Senior Michael Reinhold uses open source software to write a computer course scheduler program, which provides students a quick, efficient way to secure the class schedule they need for each term.

Kettering University Senior Michael Reinhold uses open source software to write a computer course scheduler program, which provides students a quick, efficient way to secure the class schedule they need for each term.

Snowmobile testing in April?

By Website Administrator | May 1, 2009

The lack of snow did not deter the engineering students at Kettering University in their quest to improve the school's SAE Clean Snowmobile competition sled.

The lack of snow did not deter the engineering students at Kettering University in their quest to improve the school's SAE Clean Snowmobile competition sled.

Helping dislocated workers become entrepreneurs

By Website Administrator | May 8, 2009

A program by The FastTrac® NewVenture aims to help dislocated workers evaluate business opportunities and develop an action plan for owning their own business.

A program by The FastTrac® NewVenture aims to help dislocated workers evaluate business opportunities and develop an action plan for owning their own business.

Imagined or real?

By Website Administrator | May 8, 2009

Dr. Eugene Hynes, an associate professor of Sociology at Kettering University, authored an award-winning book that examines the Virgin Mary's apparition in Knock, Ireland, in 1879 and its connection to the cultural and religious issues of the day.

Dr. Eugene Hynes, an associate professor of Sociology at Kettering University, authored an award-winning book that examines the Virgin Mary's apparition in Knock, Ireland, in 1879 and its connection to the cultural and religious issues of the day.

Detecting structural defects

By Website Administrator | May 15, 2009

Stephen Heinze, a 2008 Mechanical Engineering graduate of Kettering University, uses remote sensing, non-invasive technologies at his job with EnTech Engineering of St. Louis to locate hidden subsurface targets and defects in energy, transportation, manufacturing, electronic and environmental infrastructures.

Stephen Heinze, a 2008 Mechanical Engineering graduate of Kettering University, uses remote sensing, non-invasive technologies at his job with EnTech Engineering of St. Louis to locate hidden subsurface targets and defects in energy, transportation, manufacturing, electronic and environmental infrastructures.

Bama Baja

By Website Administrator | May 15, 2009

Late nights, a lot of mud and a flat tire: it was a typical SAE Collegiate Design Series competition when Kettering University's Baja team took their vehicle to Alabama to compete against 99 other Baja enthusiasts.

Late nights, a lot of mud and a flat tire: it was a typical SAE Collegiate Design Series competition when Kettering University's Baja team took their vehicle to Alabama to compete against 99 other Baja enthusiasts.

Apps due June 1 for Get Energized

By Website Administrator | May 18, 2009

Applications for Kettering University's Sustainable Energy program for high school students, "Get Energized," are due by June 1.

Applications for Kettering University's Sustainable Energy program for high school students, "Get Energized," are due by June 1.

Recovering wasted energy

By Website Administrator | May 19, 2009

Kettering University researchers are working with General Dynamics to convert the unused heat energy of their propulsion systems to useful and clean energy.

Kettering University researchers are working with General Dynamics to convert the unused heat energy of their propulsion systems to useful and clean energy.

15th anniversary

By Website Administrator | May 22, 2009

Kettering University celebrated the 15th anniversary of the popular study-abroad program with universities in the state of Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany, during international events May 20-21 on campus.

Kettering University celebrated the 15th anniversary of the popular study-abroad program with universities in the state of Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany, during international events May 20-21 on campus.

Flexco-Grand Rapids honored

By Website Administrator | May 22, 2009

The 2009 Kettering University West Michigan Co-op Employer of the Year Award was presented to Flexco-Grand Rapids for its ongoing support of professional cooperative education.

The 2009 Kettering University West Michigan Co-op Employer of the Year Award was presented to Flexco-Grand Rapids for its ongoing support of professional cooperative education.

In Kettering's name

By Website Administrator | May 28, 2009

Armen Oumedian '49 presented a gift in Kettering University's name to Junior Achievement of the Michigan Great Lakes to teach children about careers in high-growth sectors.

Armen Oumedian '49 presented a gift in Kettering University's name to Junior Achievement of the Michigan Great Lakes to teach children about careers in high-growth sectors.

Imagining peace

By Website Administrator | May 29, 2009

Dr. Badri Rao presented his prescription for peace between India and Pakistan at the recently concluded World Civic Forum 2009 jointly organized by the United Nations and Kyung Hee University in Seoul, South Korea, May 5-8.

Dr. Badri Rao presented his prescription for peace between India and Pakistan at the recently concluded World Civic Forum 2009 jointly organized by the United Nations and Kyung Hee University in Seoul, South Korea, May 5-8.

May 2009