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Events around campus

By Website Administrator | Sep 30, 2004
Happy "85th"!!!!! Kettering University will celebrate its 85th anniversary in October. The event will be part of Convocation -- the ceremonial beginning of the new academic term. Convocation will ... Read More

President's Cup

By Website Administrator | Sep 24, 2004
This year's total contribution hasn't been finalized yet, but by all accounts the Fourth Annual President's Cup Golf Invitational on Sept. 13 was as successful as its summer day was glorious. Bright ... Read More

SAC helps dreams come true for kids

By Website Administrator | Sep 24, 2004
Kettering Mechanical Engineering students Stacy Boitnett and Karen Hardy-Bruce, both members of the school's Student Alumni Council (SAC), traveled across town with SAC staff Coordinator Deb ... Read More

Baseball bat research

By Website Administrator | Sep 24, 2004
Dan Russell, associate professor of Applied Physics, presented two papers at the fifth International Conference on the Engineering of Sport Sept. 13-16 at the University of California-Davis. The ... Read More

Futurliner restored for national tour

By Website Administrator | Sep 17, 2004
It was kind of like being "back to the future." More than 150 classic car buffs, many of them Kettering/GMI alumni from West Michigan, got to admire a very special restoration project Sept. 10 that ... Read More

Engineered to music

By Website Administrator | Sep 16, 2004
Charles Postlewate '64 never dreamed an engineering degree from Kettering/GMI might serve him well as an acclaimed international classical guitarist and professor of Music at The University of Texas ... Read More

Researchers honored

By Website Administrator | Sep 16, 2004
Three Kettering faculty members won the 2004 Outstanding New Researcher and Outstanding Applied Research awards. Winners will receive a check for $1,000 and a plaque inscribed with their name at a ... Read More

Jobs of tomorrow

By Website Administrator | Sep 16, 2004
Emerging technologies, their implications for new or existing careers and the preparation required for the jobs they will generate was the focus of a seminar Friday, Sept. 17, at Kettering. The event ... Read More

Push arrow up for brave, new world

By Website Administrator | Sep 9, 2004
It's simple. Need to increase the production output at your manufacturing plant? Just push the up arrow on your cell phone.Through the magic of Internet, you have notified both your production line ... Read More

Gary Cowger

By Website Administrator | Sep 9, 2004
Gary Cowger '70, president of General Motors North America, member of Kettering's Board of Trustees and a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon, won induction into the 2004 Sigma Alpha Epsilon Hall of Fame. ... Read More

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