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Alumni came home to Kettering to reminisce and re-aquaint

By Website Administrator | May 20, 2002
Kettering/GMI alumni came from across the United States May 17-19 to re-acquaint with old friends and reminisce about their college experiences. Participants enjoyed a classic car show and, for the ... Read More

The big payoff: Graduation Day!!!

By Website Administrator | May 17, 2002
Smiling faces are the best part of the biggest day of Kettering's year -- spring commencement, which will celebrate 333 graduates Saturday, June 15, at 2 p.m. in the Connie and Jim John Recreation ... Read More

Genesee County Road Commission dedicates co-op plaque at Kettering

By Website Administrator | May 17, 2002
Representatives from the Genesee County Road Commission visited Kettering University Tuesday, May 14, to show their support of the University and dedicate a plaque to the Kettering co-op partner wall ... Read More

Outerspace is the place - for research - according to Dr. Birendra Pandey

By Website Administrator | May 10, 2002
For Dr. Birendra Pandey, predicting the weather on another planet is a lot easier than predicting the weather here on earth. "There is no one there to check your prediction," he said. "It's always ... Read More

Kettering University appoints new trustee

By Website Administrator | May 10, 2002
Lawrence A. Denton has joined the Board of Trustees at Kettering University. His three-year term began in April. Denton is president of Dow Automotive, a business unit of The Dow Chemical ... Read More

Kettering employees volunteerism spans community needs

By Website Administrator | May 10, 2002
Kettering employees are busy people, but not too busy to give a little of their time to make things better for someone else. We would like to recognize the service efforts of Kettering employees with ... Read More

Back from the track Kettering's Formula SAE team is ready to roll

By Website Administrator | May 10, 2002
The Kettering University student SAE (Society of Automotive Engineers) chapter will compete in the Formula SAE collegiate design competition at the Silverdome Thursday, May 16 through Sunday, May 19. ... Read More

Agilent gift will expand Kettering's capabilities

By Website Administrator | May 3, 2002
Kettering University's Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) Department will benefit from a $182,000 donation of equipment from Agilent Technologies (formerly a part of Hewlett-Packard). ... Read More

Kettering awards $140,000 in FIRST scholarships

By Website Administrator | May 3, 2002
Kettering University was among the 300 teams at the national championships of FIRST in April -- the robotics contest that seeks to inspire curiosity and interest in science and technology among ... Read More

Walt Disney had it right: we do indeed live in a "Small World."

By Website Administrator | May 3, 2002
Perhaps it's a smaller place than even Mr. Disney could have imagined. In recent years, the increase in electronic technology and communication has suddenly made distant corners of the world highly ... Read More

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