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Commencement photos, Dec. 6

By Website Administrator | Dec 9, 2002
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More Commencement photos

By Website Administrator | Dec 9, 2002
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Big answers found on microscopic level

By Website Administrator | Dec 6, 2002
Brent Lewis is digging deep, but not too deep, to study seasonal variability of heavy metals in coastal wetland sediments along Saginaw Bay."The main goal of the project is to examine the chemical ... Read More

Sobey Scholars and President's medalists named

By Website Administrator | Dec 4, 2002
Kettering will honor Sobey Scholars and President's Medal winners during ceremonies Dec. 5 -- presenting some of the most prestigious awards to students at the University.Only one student -- Ginger ... Read More

Dec. 10

By Website Administrator | Dec 3, 2002
Jim Gover, professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, will present the "Electrification of the Automobile: 12 volt to 42 volt to fuel cells" during a lecture Tuesday, Dec. 10. The event ... Read More

No NOx: water and fuel mix well

By Website Administrator | Dec 2, 2002
Kettering University fired up a SR30 gas turbine jet engine last week looking for better emissions from commercial jet engines. Researchers hope that improvements to the fuel through the use of an ... Read More

Bob Lutz revs up students

By Website Administrator | Dec 2, 2002
Bob Lutz, chairman of General Motors North America and vice chairman of Product Development for the automaker, encouraged students to be passionate about their work and not hesitate to challenge the ... Read More

Pikes host blood drive

By Website Administrator | Nov 27, 2002
Give the gift of life this holiday season by donating blood Wednesday, Dec.4, from noon to 5:45 p.m. in the Student Lounge (next to BJ's) on the first floor of the Campus Center. The blood drive is ... Read More

MDOT honored

By Website Administrator | Nov 22, 2002
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FANUC Robotics contributes state-of-the-art resources

By Website Administrator | Nov 22, 2002
FANUC Robotics North America Inc. of Rochester Hills, Mich., recently contributed virtual robotics simulation software and four robots with embedded Internet cards valued at approximately ... Read More

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