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Kettering to host Prep for Success events in early 2002

By Website Administrator | Feb 1, 2002
Kettering will host Prep for Success, a program of the University's Admissions Dept. that gives incoming students a head start in the school's cooperative education program, Monday Feb. 18, Friday ... Read More

Visiting Artist Program features Aldrich

By Website Administrator | Jan 25, 2002
The Humanities and Visiting Artist Program at Kettering will feature Flint-area artist Tamar Aldrich through Feb. 22. Aldrich's work includes oils, pastels, ceramics, printmaking and handmade paper. ... Read More

Kettering welcomes Ukraine visitors

By Website Administrator | Jan 25, 2002
Kettering's Office of International and Governmental Activities has welcomed its 22nd group of international visitors participating in the U.S. Department of State-Educational and Cultural Affairs ... Read More

From Freeport to Flint

By Website Administrator | Jan 25, 2002
Kettering's global connection continues to expand as six students from the Bahamas currently work toward their degrees at the University. Dr. Milton J. Robinson, an executive who serves ... Read More

Students honored at Convocation

By Website Administrator | Jan 18, 2002
Convocation was the site for the presentation of some of Kettering's most prestigious student awards during ceremonies Jan. 16. Convocation is the formal opening of the academic semester.Kevin Watts, ... Read More

Fighting fibromyalgia a search for effective treatment

By Website Administrator | Jan 18, 2002
Dr. Jeff Hargrove has learned first-hand it's not what you know, but who you know, that can change your life. Hargrove, assistant professor of Mechanical Engineering at Kettering University, found ... Read More

Bulldog hockey team ready for action

By Website Administrator | Jan 18, 2002
The Kettering University Bulldog Hockey Club A-Section Team will play five games in February against the University of Michigan-Flint and Lansing Community College, both of which belong to the ... Read More

Verizon Foundation awards $10,000

By Website Administrator | Jan 18, 2002
The Verizon Foundation recently gave Kettering University $10,000 to support the Academically Interested Minorities (AIM) and Life Improved Through Engineering (LITE) programs. AIM ... 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

CETL celebrates success

By Website Administrator | Jan 11, 2002
Kettering's Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) celebrated the success of its academic year with an honorary dinner at the home of University President James E.A. John April 11. The ... Read More