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Forum to aid chronic pain sufferers

By Website Administrator | Jan 11, 2002
Kettering University has teamed up with physicians at McLaren Regional Medical Center of Flint to test a new treatment for sufferers of Fibromyalgia and chronic pain. The Flint clinical trial will be ... Read More

Making MLK Jr. day special

By Website Administrator | Jan 11, 2002
Kettering joins UM-Flint to honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Kettering has joined with UM-Flint in the 2002 Martin Luther King Jr. Day activities byproviding faculty, staff and students an ... Read More

Trustee Ron Roudebush dies

By Website Administrator | Jan 10, 2002
Ronald L. Roudebush, who graduated from GMI in 1970 and served as a member of Kettering University's Board of Trustees since 1992, died Tuesday, Jan. 8, in Cincinnati from complications of pneumonia. ... Read More

Pullman joins Wall of Fame

By Website Administrator | Jan 8, 2002
Pullman dedicated a logo plaque in Kettering's Great Court in December to celebrate its addition to the University's 600 professional co-op employers. The Wall of Fame recognizes corporate partners ... Read More

Kettering Family Foundation awards $25,000

By Website Administrator | Jan 8, 2002
Kettering recently received a grant of $25,000 from the Kettering Family Foundation for the University's scholarship endowment fund. The contribution will help increase funding available through the ... Read More

Projects featured in Biology Posterfest

By Website Administrator | Jan 8, 2002
Dozens of Kettering faculty, staff and students attended Biology Posterfest in the Great Court of the Campus Center in December. Dr. Stacey Seeley, assistant professor of biology, created the event ... Read More

Ho-ho-ho: Happy Holidays!

By Website Administrator | Dec 17, 2001
Kettering's Santa once again had a presidential presence as the jolly St. Nick greeted100 of the University's smallest community members during the Children's Holiday Party Dec. 8. Assisting St. Nick ... Read More

Photos honor 188 graduates

By Website Administrator | Dec 12, 2001
Kettering presented an honorary Doctor of Engineering degree to Inventor Dean Kamenduring Commencement ceremonies Dec. 7. Kamen (center) rode his Segway HumanTransporter into the ceremony and told ... Read More

... more commencement photos

By Website Administrator | Dec 12, 2001
Faculty lead in the first candidates from Kettering's master's of science degree in Manufacturing Operations at General Motors. The program was developed in 1998 as a partnership between GM and ... Read More

Campaign Ends with $100+ Million

By Website Administrator | Dec 6, 2001
Closing the ledger: Kettering's campaign brings in $100+ million Kettering University closed its capital campaign with $100+ Million for scholarships, renovations and student life initiatives ... Read More