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Students helped clean up neighborhood

By Website Administrator | May 27, 2003
Kettering students volunteered for a neighborhood clean up on the edges of campus. About 20 volunteers filled more than 70 bags of trash, swept, raked and pulled weeds on Bluff Street from ... Read More

Mobile commerce conference attracting global audience

By Website Administrator | May 23, 2003
Sanju Patro is pleased with the international interest in the high-tech conference that Kettering will host this fall called University Synergy Program (USP) 2003."We have received an overwhelming ... Read More

Nationally recognized experts join fuel cell advisory board

By Website Administrator | May 16, 2003
Kettering's new Center for Fuel Cell Systems and Powertrain Integration recently welcomed two nationally recognized automotive and alternative fuel experts to the Center's Executive Advisory ... Read More

SKD recognizes co-op students

By Website Administrator | May 12, 2003
Wanting to share in the accolades, Freddie Albrighton and Bill Ross of SKD Automotive Group traveled to Kettering to present four of their Kettering co-op students with medals and certificates ... Read More

$395,000 NSF grant yields opportunities

By Website Administrator | May 9, 2003
The Fish Bowl, a phrase affectionately used by students and faculty to describe a first floor classroom in Kettering's Academic Building, was packed with students and administrators. On a table along ... Read More

Bulldog Days combine golf and reminiscing

By Website Administrator | May 2, 2003
Old friends, classic cars and 18 holes of golf -- what more could a Kettering/GMI alum ask for? How about celebrations of both the Buick and Harley Davidson anniversaries, a sneak peek at the new ... Read More

Sweat and elbow grease benefit Habitat for Humanity

By Website Administrator | May 2, 2003
Students hit the nail on the head, actually, quite a few nail heads, during Shed Works 2003 Saturday, April 26. The event was a project for Habitat for Humanity - to build "four sheds in four ... Read More

The physics of the elusive "sweet spot" unraveled

By Website Administrator | Apr 25, 2003
Just what makes the "sweet spot" sweet is the focus of Dr. Dan Russell's seminal research into the physics of composite baseball and softball bats.Russell, associate professor of Applied Physics at ... Read More

Kettering's pre-college programs gearing up for summer

By Website Administrator | Apr 23, 2003
Getting a jump on summer, Kettering University's four pre-college programs, Academically Interested Minorities (AIM), Lives Improve Through Engineering (LITE), Kamp Kettering and 21st Century Woman, ... Read More

Master's degree offered in India through NetLink

By Website Administrator | Apr 21, 2003
Sometimes it's difficult to precisely gauge the perception of people from other parts of the world regarding U.S. based institutions,particularly in this day of social unrest and uncertainty in the ... Read More

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