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Biology, Chemical Engineering students team up to solve water filtration issues

Jun 4, 2015
Chemical engineering and molecular biology students combined efforts to solve water filtration problems.Chemical Engineering and molecular biology students combined their skillsets to solve an ... Read More

Kettering University hosts Intrapreneurship Conference featuring industry leaders

Jun 4, 2015
See more photos from the Unleash the Intrapreneur conference.Kettering University hosted industry leaders from 24 companies across Michigan at the inaugural “Unleash the Intrapreneur” conference ... Read More

Mathematics professor infuses entrepreneurial thinking into differential equations course by having students plan trip to Mars

Jun 4, 2015
A KEEN grant helped Dr. Ruben Hayrapetyan infuse entrepreneurial thinking into his differential equations course.Dr. Ruben Hayrapetyan, Kettering University professor of Mathematics, has one question ... Read More

Kettering University students participate in University Innovation Fellows Program at Stanford University

Jun 3, 2015
Students Alan Xia and Cheyne Westerman represented Kettering at a University Innovation Fellows program at Stanford University.Kettering University students are striving to continue to improve the ... Read More

Modules created by Kettering University Business faculty assist with intrapreneurship instruction

Jun 3, 2015
Kettering University Department of Business faculty Art Demonte and Larry Navarre are attempting to present the ideals of intrapreneurship to every professor and student on campus through the ... Read More

KEEN grant helps students explore entrepreneurial opportunities in the chemical engineering field

Jun 2, 2015
A KEEN grant helped Dr. Jonathan Wenzel infuse entrepreneurial thinking into his Reaction Engineering course.Dr. Jonathan Wenzel, assistant professor of Chemical Engineering, is pushing his senior ... Read More

KEEN grant allows students to try on a consulting role in Physics lab course

Jun 2, 2015
A KEEN grant helped Dr. Dan Ludwigsen turn a traditional physics lab course into a "consulting firm."A Physics lab might not be the most obvious setting for where students learn from curriculum ... Read More

Learning from failure an important component of Computer Engineering capstone course

Jun 1, 2015
Students explain a device they build in CE-490 to Dr. Mehrdad Zadeh.In an ever-changing and competitive job market, it is increasingly vital for engineers to not only have sound technical and design ... Read More
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Ed Arends '57 Invites Alumni To Master Plan Luncheon at Warwick Hills

May 29, 2015
Every morning for four years, Ed Arends ‘57 took the bus from his home on Atherton Road and Grand Traverse Street north to Kettering University (then General Motors Institute). Even during his ... Read More

Using gaming technology to improve training for surgeons

May 27, 2015
Elements of computer graphics, haptics, robotics and healthcare are being combined in Dr. Giuseppe Turini’s Computer Science Lab to help develop software tools that simulate surgery for doctors in ... Read More