PAYING THE PRICE: Kettering is among the list of hosts when the Flint Area Public Affairs Debate Program presents "How Will We Pay For Increased Security?" from 7:30-9 p.m., Wednesday, Jan. 9.
The ... Read More
General Motors donates "wave of future" to Kettering
General Motors donated an EV1 electric car to Kettering University's Mechanical Engineering and Electrical and Computer Engineering departments ... Read More
Kettering's Scharchburg Archives welcomes the papers of former General Motors president
Correspondence, reports and other documents trace GM's evolution from national to global automotive power
The ... Read More
Kettering's '01-'02 academic year begins again when students in Section B will be welcomed to campus during Convocation ceremonies Wednesday, Oct. 17, at 3:30 p.m. in McKinnon Theatre, Academic ... Read More
MSC.Software Corp. awards more than $6 million in software to Kettering University
Leading simulation software and services company strengthens Mechanical Engineering education program with ... Read More
REMEMBER, CELEBRATE, ACT: Kettering University faculty, staff and students will again participate in the Martin Luther King Jr. Day activities in conjunction with the University of Michigan-Flint, ... Read More
Neil De Koker, founding managing director of the Original Equipment Suppliers Association (OESA) of Troy, Mich., has been appointed to the Kettering University Board of Trustees for a three-year ... Read More
Wanted: 48 bright young people who want up to $3,000+ each in scholarships at a nationally ranked, internationally known professional co-op institution.
A new National Science Foundation (NSF) grant ... Read More
Join nationally respected Washington insiders Jerry McCoy and Ed Beckwith for a captivating review of the major changes to estate planning during: "The Two Hour and 15 Minute Difference," Thursday, ... Read More