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Dummy gets into Kettering

By Website Administrator | Jun 10, 2004
SpartaKUs is a dummy - a crash test dummy. While rather mute on most topics, he will speak volumes when all his instrumentation is installed and he begins testing for crash test safety research in ... Read More

Revved up!

By Website Administrator | Jun 10, 2004
Graduating with a degree in Mechanical Engineering and securing a position with an automotive company is the goal of many Kettering students. But for one lucky soul, this goal proved to be even more ... Read More

All systems secure

By Website Administrator | Jun 10, 2004
When you slam on your brakes unexpectedly while driving, do you worry that your car may not stop? Do you wonder if your airbag will actually deploy correctly, given the infrequency of its use, or if ... Read More

Funding for fuel cell initiative

By Website Administrator | Jun 10, 2004
Kettering University is on the short list for a possible share of $24 million in funding from the Michigan Technology Tri-Corridor this year. Governor Jennifer M. Granholm has announced that the ... Read More

Co-op is win-win for small company

By Website Administrator | Jun 3, 2004
Westward expansion is going strong at Kettering University. The latest example is Soroc Products, a Kettering co-op employer, with a new facility in Byron Center near Grand Rapids, Mich. Soroc ... Read More

Karen Westrick wins OCEA award

By Website Administrator | Jun 3, 2004
Everyone at Kettering always knew co-op manager Karen Westrick was #1, but now the Ohio Cooperative Education Association (OCEA) has made it official. Westrick received the OCEA Educator of the Year ... Read More

Effective new therapy for arthritis

By Website Administrator | Jun 3, 2004
Joint fluid therapy (JFT), a new treatment for patients diagnosed with arthritis in the knee joint, is showing great results. In a technique akin to "changing your oil," doctors inject a biological ... Read More

Commencement is June 19

By Website Administrator | May 27, 2004
Plans are taking shape for the "big day" when Kettering will host 2,000 guests and almost 400 graduates for spring commencement, Saturday, June 19. Dr. John M. Samuels '66, who has spent his career ... Read More

Formula for success

By Website Administrator | May 27, 2004
The Kettering Formula SAE team finished 26th out of a field of 124 at the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) student design series competition for Formula racecars May 19-23 at the Pontiac ... Read More

Call her Commissioner

By Website Administrator | May 27, 2004
Jackie El-Sayed, an associate professor of Mechanical Engineering, has been appointed to the Michigan Truck Safety Commission by Gov. Jennifer Granholm. The commission is responsible for the ... Read More

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