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Bell-Kagle program enabling student to do graduate-level research as a freshman

By Patrick Hayes | Mar 23, 2015
As a freshman, Mia Jonascu is getting the opportunity to engage in meaningful research alongside Kettering faculty.Student Mia Jonascu chose Kettering University specifically because of the ... Read More
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Bell-Kagle program allowing student to get extensive lab and research experience immediately

By Patrick Hayes | Mar 23, 2015
Dr. Michelle Ammerman with student Elyse Hossink.Student Elyse Hossink is not only getting a unique opportunity to engage in full-time research as a freshman, her contributions could potentially lead ... Read More
Bell-Kagle

Bell-Kagle endowment creates unique research co-op positions for students

By Patrick Hayes | Mar 23, 2015
Back row (left to right): Dr. Jim Cohen, Dr. Veronica Moorman, Dr. Stacy Seeley, Dr. Michelle Ammerman, Dr. Cheryl Samaniego. Front row: Mia Jonascu, Professor Reg Bell, Elyse Hossink.A Kettering ... Read More
ulinski

After overcoming life-threatening illness, Kettering University student aims to help others in need

By Patrick Hayes | Mar 20, 2015
Caitlyn Ulinski and students from Delta Tau Delta hosted a successful bone marrow drive at Kettering in March.At age 14, while most young adults are embarking on one of the biggest developmental ... Read More
science fair

Kettering University hosting 59th annual Flint Regional Science Fair this weekend

By Patrick Hayes | Mar 19, 2015
Students in 4th-12th grades will be presenting projects at the 59th Annual Flint Regional Science Fair March 20-23 at Kettering University. The FRSF serves students from Genesee, Lapeer, Shiawassee, ... Read More
clean snow

Kettering University clean snowmobile team finishes second in international competition

By Patrick Hayes | Mar 18, 2015
The clean snowmobile team has finished in the top two at the Clean Snowmobile Challenge for three straight years.A rivalry is brewing between Kettering University and its Midwestern counterparts ... Read More
tag day

Kettering University celebrating Thank a Giver (TAG) Day on March 19

By Patrick Hayes | Mar 16, 2015
 Kettering University students are invited to celebrate 'Thank A Giver' (TAG) Day at 12:30 p.m. on Thursday, March 19, 2015, in the Great Court.Tag Day helps educate the Kettering community ... Read More
pearson

Quest for adventure has guided the engineering career of Kettering University graduate

By Patrick Hayes | Mar 16, 2015
Ed '67 and Jeannette Pearson.The pursuit of innovative engineering, adventure and skiing has led Ed Pearson ‘67 all over the country and the globe.“We’ve always enjoyed traveling and adventure ... Read More
mancino sae

Student Post: Free time = Formula SAE

By Patrick Hayes | Mar 13, 2015
 Editor’s Note: This is a guest blog post by Kettering student Charles ‘Chaz’ Mancino. Chaz is from Fredonia, New York, and is majoring in Mechanical Engineering. If you’d like to ... Read More
physics conference

Physics students helping with multidisciplinary research aimed at finding new cancer treatments

By Patrick Hayes | Mar 13, 2015
Students Nathaniel Mosher and Emily Perkins-Harbin.A number of faculty at Kettering University are actively engaged in finding a cure for cancer without the troubling side effects of radiation and ... Read More

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