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Co-op at Barnes Aerospace has heightened Kettering University student's passion for engineering

Oct 5, 2015
Jack Henderson ‘18 has always loved the idea of being an astronaut, flying a spaceship or being a captain of an aircraft. That childhood dream is becoming a reality through engineering as Henderson ... Read More

Eight Kettering University graduates to be honored during annual Alumni Awards ceremony

Sep 28, 2015
This year's alumni awards recipients.The Kettering University Alumni Association will honor eight alumni for successes in business, community service, philanthropy and other endeavors during the 2015 ... Read More

Kettering University Plastics Engineering Club continues growth, helps connect students to scholarships

Sep 25, 2015
The Plastics Engineering Club typically had 35-55 active students at meetings this term.Kettering University’s Plastics Engineering Club has not only become one of the most popular student clubs on ... Read More

Kettering University teaming with University of Brazilia for cancer research

Sep 24, 2015
Dr. Aderbal Oliveira is working with Kettering faculty on cancer research.A collaboration that stretches across continents in the western hemisphere between Kettering University and the University of ... Read More

NSF grant helping Kettering, University of Michigan researchers study how individuals returning to academia learn

Sep 23, 2015
Dr. Diane Peters, Mechanical Engineering faculty at Kettering University, in partnership with the Center for Research on Learning and Teaching at the University of Michigan, has been awarded a ... Read More

Dow Chemical co-op experience influences classroom education of Kettering University student

Sep 22, 2015
Jennie Purdy (front) already has a full-time offer from Dow Chemical.Jennie Purdy ‘16 was still in high school in Romeo, Michigan, when she sat beside a Kettering University student on an airplane ... Read More
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Kettering Entrepreneur Society challenge winners rethink the alarm clock

Sep 21, 2015
Brennen Gleason, Chelsea Carter and Ahmed Saad.Undoubtedly, the alarm clock is the first thing that meets an individual’s eyes when they wake up in the morning. The sound is obnoxious. The flashing ... Read More

Kettering University researchers explore optimizing wind turbines with new propeller design

Sep 18, 2015
Dr. Ahmad Pourmovahed presented student-led research in Italy in May.Four Kettering students - Andrew Rapin ‘14, Sean Commet ‘14, Adam Monroe ‘14 and Joshua Hendley ‘14 - approached Dr. Ahmad ... Read More

Kettering University graduate helping revolutionize mobile banking for credit unions and community banks

Sep 17, 2015
Michael Duncan '04The next generation of banking is moving from physical to digital space, from computers to tablets and mobile phones, and Michael Duncan ‘04 is at the heart of the ... Read More
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Department of Energy grant will help Kettering University faculty member research green manufacturing with solid oxide fuel cells

Sep 16, 2015
Dr. Gianfranco DiGiuseppeThe United States Department of Energy (DOE) has awarded Dr. Gianfranco DiGiuseppe, Mechanical Engineering faculty, with a grant for about $200,000 to continue his research ... Read More