Department News

  • Co-op program doesn't just educate students -- it keeps faculty close to industry

    Aug 31, 2001

    "Kettering students--undergraduates and graduates--are very intelligent and work hard in our fast-paced academic environment."

    "Kettering students--undergraduates and graduates--are very intelligent and work hard in our fast-paced academic environment."
  • $876,000 strengthens tooling and manufacturing

    Jan 7, 2003

    An $876,000 investment in one of Kettering University's state-of-the-art labs will provide software and training to further secure the University's status as one of the top automotive, mechanical and manufacturing specialty programs in the country.

    An $876,000 investment in one of Kettering University's state-of-the-art labs will provide software and training to further secure the University's status as one of the top automotive, mechanical and manufacturing specialty programs in the country.
  • Dummy gets into Kettering

    Jun 10, 2004

    The latest member of the Crash Test Safety Lab team at Kettering arrived Wednesday, June 9. His name is SpartaKUs, and he will be a key player in crash test safety research at the university.

    The latest member of the Crash Test Safety Lab team at Kettering arrived Wednesday, June 9. His name is SpartaKUs, and he will be a key player in crash test safety research at the university.
  • BAM! Crash Course in Car Safety

    Feb 3, 2006

    Kettering's Crash Safety Center becomes fully integrated into undergraduate engineering education.

    Kettering's Crash Safety Center becomes fully integrated into undergraduate engineering education.
  • Full-body cast crash testing

    Feb 16, 2007

    Children with medical conditions requiring full-body casting present parents with potentially dangerous transportation options. Researchers are working on a "cure" for the problem.

    Children with medical conditions requiring full-body casting present parents with potentially dangerous transportation options. Researchers are working on a "cure" for the problem.
  • Family volunteering a winning idea

    Nov 6, 2008

    Kettering Professor Dr. Patrick Atkinson and his family won a Family Fun Magazine award for volunteering as a family. Their prize will benefit the entire community.

    Kettering Professor Dr. Patrick Atkinson and his family won a Family Fun Magazine award for volunteering as a family. Their prize will benefit the entire community.
  • New vehicle durability test lab

    Jan 5, 2011

    Kettering has added a vehicle durability and integration lab to its stable of research facilities on campus. This lab can really SHAKE things up!

    Kettering has added a vehicle durability and integration lab to its stable of research facilities on campus. This lab can really SHAKE things up!
  • DENSO North America Foundation awards Kettering $100,000

    Sep 24, 2001

    Kettering's Mechanical Engineering Department will effectively put into place a new state-of-the-art laboratory that provides students an opportunity to model, simulate, analyze and examine performance using computer simulation.

    Kettering's Mechanical Engineering Department will effectively put into place a new state-of-the-art laboratory that provides students an opportunity to model, simulate, analyze and examine performance using computer simulation.
  • $100,000 fuel cell funds

    Jun 2, 2003

    Kettering University is one of only four institutions in Michigan to benefit from educational grants from NextEnergy, a non-profit corporation in Detroit. Kettering will receive $100,000 to further its fuel cell and alternative energy efforts.

    Kettering University is one of only four institutions in Michigan to benefit from educational grants from NextEnergy, a non-profit corporation in Detroit. Kettering will receive $100,000 to further its fuel cell and alternative energy efforts.
  • The Final Frontier - the human brain

    Sep 2, 2004

    In attempting to develop a treatment for fibromyalgia, Jeff Hargrove has entered the last frontier of medicine - the human brain.

    In attempting to develop a treatment for fibromyalgia, Jeff Hargrove has entered the last frontier of medicine - the human brain.