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By Website Administrator | Nov 26, 2001
Kettering University will be closed on Thursday, Nov. 22, and Friday, Nov. 23. Offices will reopen at 8 a.m. on Monday, Nov. 26. Have a very happy and safe holiday weekend. Ho-ho-ho ... what's ... Read More

'Discover' attracts 728 to campus

By Website Administrator | Nov 20, 2001
Kettering doesn't have a football team, but its stats for a Saturday in November were quite impressive. Kettering's fall open house, known as "Discover Kettering" attracted 728 visitors, including ... Read More

310 students attend co-op fair

By Website Administrator | Nov 16, 2001
 More than 300 students and 25 employers were part of Kettering's Fall National Cooperative Education Employment Fair hosted by the Cooperative Education and Career Services Department Nov. ... Read More

Visteon joins Wall of Fame

By Website Administrator | Nov 16, 2001
Visteon dedicated a logo plaque in Kettering's Great Court and brought along alumni and games to celebrate its addition to the University's 600 professional co-op employers during events Tuesday, ... Read More

New microscope to benefit researchers

By Website Administrator | Nov 16, 2001
Ever wonder what gives blue cheese its distinctive flavor? Are you sure you want to know?For Trevor Harding, assistant professor of Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering and Business at Kettering, ... Read More

Multiplying words

By Website Administrator | Nov 9, 2001
For many people, books offer a respite from the chaotic frenzy that often marks our existence. These individuals envision a world where reading is crucial for both our life and livelihood.Some think ... Read More

Futurliner speeds ahead

By Website Administrator | Nov 9, 2001
Restoration of '50s era Futurliner helping automotive giant recall glory daysAsk anyone these days what a General Motors (GM) Futurliner looked like when it rolled off the production line in the ... Read More

International guests welcomed

By Website Administrator | Nov 2, 2001
University's International Program hosts 39 exchange students and 10 Ukrainians participating in the Business for Russia/Community Connections programHow can an American technological university and ... Read More

Campaign strives to employ Kettering co-op students

By Website Administrator | Nov 2, 2001
Garth Motschenbacher has the unenviable task of teaching today's college students about a work ethic that seems dated in a technology driven world.Motschenbacher is Kettering's director of ... Read More

Unraveling cancer

By Website Administrator | Oct 26, 2001
Kettering chemist purifies protein in fight to understand colon cancerDr. Stacy Seeley has learned never to say "never."Seeley, an assistant professor of Environmental Chemistry at Kettering, swore ... Read More