Current News


Kettering University News: Month in review for October 2014

By Patrick Hayes | Nov 3, 2014
Kettering University and community partners will have already ongoing efforts to improve the University Avenue Corridor enhanced by a major federal grant.Each month, we'll publish a roundup of every ... Read More
chaz mancino

Student Post: What two years as a co-op student has taught me

By Patrick Hayes | Oct 29, 2014
Editor’s Note: This is a guest blog post by Kettering student Charles ‘Chaz’ Mancino. Chaz is from Fredonia, New York, and is majoring in Mechanical Engineering. If you’d like to write a ... Read More

Kettering, University of Michigan researchers partner to transform ocular cancer treatment

By Patrick Hayes | Oct 29, 2014
Dr. Prem Vaishnava is working on a new technique to treat ocular cancer.A newfound partnership between Dr. Prem Vaishnava, professor of Physics at Kettering University, and Dr. Hakan Demirci at the ... Read More

Aquaponics project receives $25,000 C3 grant from Ford Motor Company Fund

By Patrick Hayes | Oct 27, 2014
Dr. Matthew Sanders (center) discussing an aquaponics system model that will be scaled up and constructed in a facility in Flint.A partnership between Kettering University and Metro Community ... Read More

New IT tool gives students, faculty and staff software access anywhere

By Patrick Hayes | Oct 27, 2014
A new tool offered by the Kettering University Office of Instructional, Administrative and Information Technology makes access to a variety of software and online resources possible from ... Read More

Student Post: First week in Germany

By Patrick Hayes | Oct 24, 2014
 Scenes from Rachael Cuthbertson's second week in Germany in the study abroad program.Rachael Cuthbertson is a senior from Port Huron, Michigan, majoring in Chemical Engineering. Her co-op ... Read More

Faculty member studying what factors help convince people to do mobile banking

By Patrick Hayes | Oct 20, 2014
Via ThinkStockKettering University business professor Dr. Thomas Ngniatedema is following the transition in banking from in-person to online and now to mobile devices and is attempting to determine ... Read More
hall of fame

Two Flint area sports halls of fame show support for Atwood Stadium

By Patrick Hayes | Oct 17, 2014
(Left to right) Norm Bryant, Bob Burek, John McGarry and Jack Stock.The Greater Flint Afro-American Sports Hall of Fame and the Greater Flint Sports Hall of Fame each made $500 donations to support ... Read More

New Liberal Studies faculty member documented 'survival strategies' of Flint retail workers during dissertation

By Patrick Hayes | Oct 14, 2014
Dr. Laura Mebert is from Flint, Michigan. She conducted her dissertation research in Flint. And now, after traveling the globe to complete her education, she’s returned to Flint as a Liberal ... Read More
atwood skating

CDC grant will fund community cleanups and other University Avenue Corridor initiatives

By Patrick Hayes | Oct 14, 2014
Ice skating will return to Atwood Stadium this winter, with a warming shelter as a new addition, thanks to a $50,000 grant from the Center for Disease Control.Funding from the Centers for Disease ... Read More