The Photonics Lab at Kettering University supports the National Photonics Initiative (NPI). The National Photonics Initiative is a collaborative alliance among industry, academia and government seeking to raise awareness of photonics - the application of light - and drive US funding and investment in five key photonics-driven fields critical to US competitiveness and national security: advanced manufacturing, communications and information technology, defense and national security, energy, and health and medicine.
The IT department is leading an effort on campus to ensure data integrity and provide a uniform understanding of data across the organization. This will allow us to leverage the reporting tool, Argos, and provide reports that allow for data driven decisions. The following is a summary of what the team is working towards.
Established in fiscal year 2014, two new programs are now available for internal funding for faculy research initiatives.
Faculty Research Fellowship
On February 24-26, a Higher Learning Commission review team will be on campus to evaluate if the University meets their criteria for quality education.
Initiated in fiscal year 2014, the Faculty Research Fellowship fund supports faculty research initiatives with high potential for external funding. Below is a list of past recipients. Additional program details can be found in the Funding Opportunites section.
Kettering University supports a number of research opportunities for undergraduates. A student may be sponsored to work on a project in a research lab during the school term or the work term. The Center for Culminating Undergraduate Experiences (CCUE) provides an opportunity for students to conduct research work for completion of a thesis. Interested students should talk with sponsoring faculty in his/her degree department, the CCUE office, or t