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Service Saturdays continue to grow

By Patrick Hayes | Jun 5, 2014
Service Saturdays have recently been averaging nearly 100 volunteers.In 2012, Kettering University highlighted ‘Community Vitality’ as one of its four key pillars of success. Through an ... Read More
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Student Post: MIS is a learning experience for formula team

By Patrick Hayes | Jun 4, 2014
Chaz Mancino is a Mechanical Engineering major from New York.Editor’s Note: This is a guest blog post by Kettering student Charles ‘Chaz’ Mancino. Chaz is from Fredonia, New York, and is ... Read More

Work in plastics lab helping reduce waste in manufacturing

By Patrick Hayes | Jun 3, 2014
Work in the Polymer Processing Lab is directly helping industry reduce waste.Despite the obvious utility of plastics in a variety of products that are vital to daily life, the material also is ... Read More
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Kettering tenures a big part of distinguished career for Simpson

By Patrick Hayes | Jun 2, 2014
Dr. Robert Simpson (left) with Byron Green '86.Published in the Spring 2014 issue of Kettering MagazineA decorated and illustrious academic career will come to an end this summer as Dr. Robert L. ... Read More
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Cowger family shows that any gift makes an impact

By Patrick Hayes | May 30, 2014
Kay and Gary Cowger '70.Published in the Spring 2014 issue of Kettering MagazineIn 1987, Gary Cowger ’70 gave his first gift to Kettering University – a $10 donation to the University’s ... Read More
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New collaborative space opens in the Academic Building

By Patrick Hayes | May 29, 2014
The d.space is open to any students, faculty or staff to use -- but it is not reservable.A new collaborative space recently opened on the Kettering University campus and the rules for using it are ... Read More
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FIRST of its kind

By Patrick Hayes | May 27, 2014
A rendering of the FIRST Robotics Community Center currently under construction in the old gymnasium in the Academic Building.Approximately 25 percent of Kettering University students participated in ... Read More
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Kettering's historic Atwood Stadium receives funding boost from Mott Foundation

By Patrick Hayes | May 21, 2014
Matching funds from the Ruth Mott Foundation will help the Atwood Stadium restoration efforts.Related:Atwood Stadium informationAtwood Stadium becomes part of campusKettering unveils ice rink at ... Read More
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Path to entrepreneurship for graduate started at Kettering

By Patrick Hayes | May 21, 2014
Andy Cronk '05Related:Andy Cronk featured in Crain's Chicago BusinessTempoDB websitePublished in the Spring 2014 issue of Kettering MagazineSince graduating from Kettering University in 2005, Andy ... Read More

More than 50 posters promoting research will be displayed during 'Celebrate Achievement' expo

By Patrick Hayes | May 15, 2014
Dr. Steven Nartker, assistant professor of Chemical Engineering, discusses his research with alumni at last year's Celebrate Achievement Expo.More than 50 posters featuring work being done by ... Read More

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