Department News

  • Agent Fate exceeds expectations

    By Website Administrator | Feb 20, 2009

    Ongoing research at Kettering University establishes a better understanding on the reach of potential chemical contamination in a simulated environment.

    Ongoing research at Kettering University establishes a better understanding on the reach of potential chemical contamination in a simulated environment.
  • DTE and Kettering "Get Energized!"

    By Website Administrator | Sep 15, 2011

    High school students came to Kettering for a week to "Get Energized" and learn more about sustainable and green energy technologies, including nuclear power.

    High school students came to Kettering for a week to "Get Energized" and learn more about sustainable and green energy technologies, including nuclear power.
  • Back from the track Kettering's Formula SAE team is ready to roll

    By Website Administrator | May 10, 2002

    The Kettering University student SAE (Society of Automotive Engineers) chapter will compete in the Formula SAE collegiate design competition at the Silverdome Thursday, May 16 through Sunday, May 19.

    The Kettering University student SAE (Society of Automotive Engineers) chapter will compete in the Formula SAE collegiate design competition at the Silverdome Thursday, May 16 through Sunday, May 19.
  • Takata donation to aid bio-mechanical research

    By Website Administrator | Nov 17, 2003

    A recent donation by Takata, a supplier of passenger and driver safety systems and devices, will help Kettering faculty and students conduct bio-mechanical research on campus.

    A recent donation by Takata, a supplier of passenger and driver safety systems and devices, will help Kettering faculty and students conduct bio-mechanical research on campus.
  • Funding for fuel cell initiative

    By Website Administrator | Jun 10, 2004

    Kettering University has made the first cut to receive state funding for development of a fuel cell incubator on campus. The incubator could spur economic development in both Flint and Genesee County.

    Kettering University has made the first cut to receive state funding for development of a fuel cell incubator on campus. The incubator could spur economic development in both Flint and Genesee County.
  • Kids help Kettering measure up

    By Website Administrator | May 6, 2005

    Kettering researchers are going where no one has gone before in the realm of crash test safety, by measuring the range of motion in children's necks.

    Kettering researchers are going where no one has gone before in the realm of crash test safety, by measuring the range of motion in children's necks.
  • Clearing the air

    By Website Administrator | Jan 6, 2006

    A research contract between Kettering University and a federal contracting corporation provides new details on the dispersion of chemicals, offers insight into the absorption of these elements into our environment and provides new employment opportunities for students and research professionals.

    A research contract between Kettering University and a federal contracting corporation provides new details on the dispersion of chemicals, offers insight into the absorption of these elements into our environment and provides new employment opportunities for students and research professionals.
  • Crash safety efforts lauded

    By Website Administrator | Sep 15, 2006

    The name of Dr. Janet Brelin-Fornari and her efforts in Kettering's Crash Safety Center have landed on an elite awards list at Automation Alley.

    The name of Dr. Janet Brelin-Fornari and her efforts in Kettering's Crash Safety Center have landed on an elite awards list at Automation Alley.
  • Kettering prof takes top GM TEP award

    By Website Administrator | Mar 7, 2008

    Dr. Mohamed El-Sayed has been honored with the Outstanding Distance Learning Faculty Award from the GM Technical Education Program.

    Dr. Mohamed El-Sayed has been honored with the Outstanding Distance Learning Faculty Award from the GM Technical Education Program.
  • Global cooling

    By Website Administrator | Apr 17, 2009

    Researching a way to improve the energy efficiency of refrigerated display cases in grocery stores, a Kettering University researcher found that less is more.

    Researching a way to improve the energy efficiency of refrigerated display cases in grocery stores, a Kettering University researcher found that less is more.