Can a mechanical engineer become a "pseudo" graphic designer without changing majors? That is what happened to student Charles Bonam during his co-op job at Breed Technology recently. While working ... Read More
To honor the 100th birthday of Langston Hughes, Kettering University will present poet b.f. maiz on Wednesday, Jan. 22. "Portrait of Langston Hughes" is planned for 7 p.m. in Kettering's McKinnon ... Read More
The development of a new website overseen by Kettering alumnus Paul Cloutier '92 will help individuals who wish to make donations to the Sigma Chi house restoration project and scholarship ... Read More
American muscle cars have come and gone over the years. Those of us who grew up racing in hopped up Mustangs, Chevelles, Chargers and Novas between lights on Woodward Avenue and Telegraph Road ... Read More
"We all imagine life will extend its favor in the natural course of events, that we will come at last to live in a place that is bright and simple and clean. This is our penitential desire. It is a ... Read More
Kettering President James E.A. John has signed an Academic Cooperative Agreement between Kettering University and Jilin University in the People's Republic of China. This agreement establishes a ... Read More
Kettering University recently appointed Philip R. Martens to the University's board of trustees for a three-year term.
Martens is vice president of Vehicle Programs and Processes for Ford ... Read More
Several classrooms in Kettering's Academic Building got a face-lift to kick off the new semester, which began Monday, Jan. 13. Renovations of around $100,000 were completed in the Academic Building, ... Read More
Kettering University is celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Corvette. Among our endeavors, we are building an archive of photos, stories and memories from alumni and friends (for more information ... Read More
Kettering staff member Margaret "Meg" Wickman, 53, of Grand Blanc, passed away Dec. 26, 2002, after a long battle with cancer.
Wickman served at Kettering since 1995 as a well-respected and ... Read More