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Kettering University faculty researching UV- and scratch-resistant surfaces

By Patrick Hayes | Aug 5, 2015
Dr. Mary Gilliam (left) is one of two faculty collaborating with a major global chemical and silicones supplier.A partnership between Kettering University and Shin-Etsu Chemical Co. was recently ... Read More
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Genesis: The Origins of an Idea exhibit on display at Kettering University Humanities Art Center through September

By Patrick Hayes | Aug 4, 2015
Michael Dunbar shows a piece from his exhibit to Flint Mayor Dayne Walling.In January of 2014, the Orbits of Isaac sculpture by Michael Dunbar was installed in front of the Campus Center building at ... Read More
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Kettering University Acoustic Lab allows students to combine technical and creative interests

By Patrick Hayes | Aug 3, 2015
John Pehmoeller with a cajón in the Acoustic Lab. The cajón is known for producing a wide range of sounds and timbres from a simple wood box, with guitar strings tucked inside that rattle ... Read More
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Smarter Girls Camp returns to Kettering University this weekend

By Patrick Hayes | Jul 28, 2015
The annual Smarter Girls Camp returns to Kettering this weekend.In 2001, the Alpha Sigma Alpha sorority at Kettering University moved their chapter house to the Fairfield Village Neighborhood, east ... Read More
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Professor Reg Bell made once-in-a-lifetime impact on Kettering University

By Patrick Hayes | Jul 22, 2015
Reg Bell with Bob Kagle '78 in 2013.Every student Kettering University Professor of Chemistry Reg Bell encountered in his more than 50 years on Kettering faculty was among his “favorite students” ... Read More
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AIM program exposed Kettering University student to the world of engineering

By Patrick Hayes | Jul 20, 2015
As an elementary school student, Chelsea Reeves ‘17 didn’t always go out for recess like the other students in her class. Instead she preferred to stay inside and work on a circuit board. Her ... Read More
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FIRST Robotics, AIM steered Flint native into engineering

By Patrick Hayes | Jul 15, 2015
As a high school freshman at Flint Northern, Victoria Hills ‘11 didn’t know anything about engineering until an innocent high school crush led her to a lengthy career in FIRST Robotics with Team ... Read More
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ECE faculty member, team of researchers developing sodium ion battery in Kettering's Innovation Center

By Patrick Hayes | Jul 14, 2015
Dr. Joe Zhou and his team of researchers are developing a sodium ion battery in Kettering University's Innovation Center.The acceptance of electric vehicles is becoming increasingly common, and the ... Read More
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Kettering University researchers working on next generation charger for HELLA

By Patrick Hayes | Jul 13, 2015
Researchers in Kettering University’s Advanced Power Electronics Lab (APEL) have become a go-to resource for global companies seeking innovations in electric vehicle (EV) charging technology.Dr. ... Read More
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AIM program inspired Flint native to study Industrial Engineering at Kettering University

By Patrick Hayes | Jul 13, 2015
Rhonda Clarke '16 (right) with LaShyla Nelson '16 (center) and Chelsea Reeves '17.Rhonda Clarke ‘16 has always had a passion for math and science but she wasn’t sure how her interest and skills ... Read More

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