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Chemical Engineering, Biology faculty collaborating on research to efficiently create energy from waste

Apr 17, 2015
Dr. Steve Nartker and Dr. Michelle AmmermanFrom food and animal waste and sewage to chicken excrement, you never know what you will find in the laboratory refrigerators in the Applied Biology and ... Read More

Supporting Flint's revitalization has been constant theme in graduate's life

Apr 16, 2015
Oak Street Apartments in FlintThroughout her upbringing, education and professional career, the one underlying theme in Essence Wilson ‘05's life is unwavering support and belief in Flint’s ... Read More

Pull of home drew Kettering University graduate to Akron and career at Goodyear

Apr 13, 2015
Born and raised in Akron, a historically industrial community in northeast Ohio, a proud native once walked away from her hometown in search of a collegiate and professional experiences removed from ... Read More

Yearly favorites -- and some new additions -- make Kettering University Homecoming 2015 a can’t-miss event

Apr 10, 2015
 Kettering University’s annual Homecoming celebration returns May 15-17 this year with a weekend full of activities aimed at celebrating the University’s long history of exceptional ... Read More

Matt Gaidica ‘10 named a “Top Young Thinker” by Pacific Standard

Apr 8, 2015
 Pacific Standard has named Matt Gaidica ‘10 one of the Thirty Under 30 Top Young Thinkers in Economics, Education, and Political Science. Gaidica is currently a doctoral student in the ... Read More

Retired Delphi CEO Rodney O’Neal ’76 to speak at Kettering University Commencement ceremonies in June

Apr 6, 2015
Rodney O’Neal, a 1976 Kettering University graduate and former Delphi Automotive PLC CEO and president, will deliver the Kettering University Commencement Address on June 20.Rodney O'Neal ... Read More

Student has a lofty goal before graduating -- build a rocket that will break the sound barrier

Apr 3, 2015
Thomas Venditelli (left) and Hunter Casbeer.Student Hunter Casbeer came to Kettering University with the aim of transforming his passion for building rockets to other fields of engineering. He’s ... Read More

Support from Autoliv will help create new at Kettering University

Mar 31, 2015
Autoliv is supporting the creation of a new on campus.A version of this story appears in the Spring 2015 issue of Kettering MagazineKettering University will soon have a second in the ... Read More

Kettering University News: Month in review for March 2015

Mar 31, 2015
 Dr. Michelle Ammerman with student Elyse Hossink.Each month, we publish a roundup of every story published on the Kettering University news site. Catch anything you missed this month ... Read More

Physics faculty developing technology to spread warmth in villages without electricity

Mar 30, 2015
Dr. Gillian Ryan (right) is working on collaborative research that will provide non-electric incubated blankets to villages in India.Two recent National Science Foundation (NSF) grants received by ... Read More