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Consumers Energy grant helps sixth graders learn about the chemistry of colors

By Website Administrator | Mar 15, 2002
A handful of M&Ms, a little salt water and a test tube added up to a deeper understanding of the visible color spectrum for sixth graders at Holy Family Catholic Church in Grand Blanc March 8. ... Read More

Videostreaming offers streamlining and flexibility for Kettering's graduate program

By Website Administrator | Mar 15, 2002
Herb Dahn is a kind of historian when reminiscing about Kettering's initial attempts at offering distance education for graduate students through VHS tape. His archaic sense of things gone by is not ... Read More

Sled monkeys ride again

By Website Administrator | Mar 15, 2002
The sled monkeys are at it again - it's time for the Clean Snowmobile Challenge in Jackson Hole and the Kettering University team has big plans. Last year's sled, Kettering's first try at the ... Read More

Kettering researcher studies how automobiles and other devices can be powered by fuel cells - which are efficient and don't pollute the environment

By Website Administrator | Mar 11, 2002
Etim Ubong is a man in search of gold.Not the "black gold" or "Texas tea" that TV's Jeb Clampitt discovered during a day of hunting in the Appalachian Mountains. There's no crude oil bubbles or ... Read More

McCarthy is "Outstanding Instructor"

By Website Administrator | Mar 8, 2002
Neil T. McCarthy, an associate professor of Finance at Kettering and a 1965 graduate of Kettering University/GMI, received the 2001 Outstanding Instructor Award from the National Technological ... Read More

Fibromyalgia trial slated for Flint generates interest in medical collaborations

By Website Administrator | Mar 1, 2002
The latest information about the clinical trail can be found at Nearly 1,000 people have applied to be part of the ... Read More

Scholars arrive March 8-9

By Website Administrator | Mar 1, 2002
Kettering will once again host Scholarship Weekend 2002 on campus March 8 and 9. This event offers eligible students a chance to win Kettering University scholarships and/or grants of up to $70,000 ... Read More

Tony Carson is riding high as one of Kettering's oldest freshmen

By Website Administrator | Mar 1, 2002
What does a former U.S. Navy aircraft repair technician, motorcycle safety trainer and truck driver have in common with a college freshman at Kettering University? They both want to pass Dr. ... Read More

New literary magazine to showcase writing talent

By Website Administrator | Mar 1, 2002
Robert Pinsky, an award-winning American poet, told a crowd at Kettering last year that creative writing and poetry are technologies "for memory and speed." At Kettering, one Liberal Studies ... Read More

Developing a clean green driving machine virtual research nets real results

By Website Administrator | Feb 25, 2002
When Dr. Bassem H. Ramadan, associate professor of Mechanical Engineering, goes deep inside an engine, his hands never leave his computer keyboard. Ramadan researches new engine combustion system ... Read More