September 2010

Honoring excellence

By Website Administrator | Sep 1, 2010

Ten outstanding alumni, including Biomet's Dane Miller, Delta Faucet's Keith Allman, and General Motors' Mary Barra, will be honored at Kettering's Bulldog Alumni Reunion weekend Sept. 10-12.

Ten outstanding alumni, including Biomet's Dane Miller, Delta Faucet's Keith Allman, and General Motors' Mary Barra, will be honored at Kettering's Bulldog Alumni Reunion weekend Sept. 10-12.

In appreciation

By Website Administrator | Sep 9, 2010

The many contributions of Skip Walker '54 and Bob Kagle '78, and Delphi Corp. were heralded during the 4th Annual President's Appreciation dinner in Flint.

The many contributions of Skip Walker '54 and Bob Kagle '78, and Delphi Corp. were heralded during the 4th Annual President's Appreciation dinner in Flint.

Tribology tome

By Website Administrator | Sep 10, 2010

Dr. Ilya Kudish spent five years researching and writing the definitive book on Tribology.

Dr. Ilya Kudish spent five years researching and writing the definitive book on Tribology.

TEDxFlint

By Website Administrator | Sep 14, 2010

TEDxFlint is scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 23 on the campus of Kettering University. Spearheaded by Flint ex-pat Kevin Simpson, the event will feature local talent and intellectual capital.

TEDxFlint is scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 23 on the campus of Kettering University. Spearheaded by Flint ex-pat Kevin Simpson, the event will feature local talent and intellectual capital.

FIRST Robotics is Sept. 18

By Website Administrator | Sep 15, 2010

The 11th annual Kettering Kickoff Robotics contest will feature 39 teams, including one from Israel, on Saturday, Sept. 18, in the Recreation Center.

The 11th annual Kettering Kickoff Robotics contest will feature 39 teams, including one from Israel, on Saturday, Sept. 18, in the Recreation Center.

New home for SAE

By Website Administrator | Sep 20, 2010

The cutting of a purple ribbon Sept. 17 symbolized the opening of Sigma Alpha Epsilon's new home for 31 brothers, a $1.5 million house on University Avenue.

The cutting of a purple ribbon Sept. 17 symbolized the opening of Sigma Alpha Epsilon's new home for 31 brothers, a $1.5 million house on University Avenue.

Top Dogs 2010

By Website Administrator | Sep 20, 2010

Teams from Goodrich, Swartz Creek and Midland were "Top Dogs" and took first-place honors at the 11th Annual Kettering Kickoff FIRST Robotics competition.

Teams from Goodrich, Swartz Creek and Midland were "Top Dogs" and took first-place honors at the 11th Annual Kettering Kickoff FIRST Robotics competition.

National Greek award

By Website Administrator | Sep 27, 2010

Kettering's director of Greek Life was nationally recognized by the Pan-Hellenic Council, Inc., as Greek Advisor of the Year.

Kettering's director of Greek Life was nationally recognized by the Pan-Hellenic Council, Inc., as Greek Advisor of the Year.

Recognizing excellence

By Website Administrator | Sep 29, 2010

The contributions and professionalism of Kettering's faculty and staff members were applauded Sept. 22 at University Conference.

The contributions and professionalism of Kettering's faculty and staff members were applauded Sept. 22 at University Conference.

Cool AND Green

By Website Administrator | Sep 30, 2010

Prismitech LLC, a green refrigeration start-up, will be the first tenant in Kettering's Innovation Center, adding a "cool green" aspect to the first LEED Certified building in Genesee County.

Prismitech LLC, a green refrigeration start-up, will be the first tenant in Kettering's Innovation Center, adding a "cool green" aspect to the first LEED Certified building in Genesee County.

September 2010