Founders' Week featured a Co-op Partners and Technology Showcase

Representatives and dignitaries from Kettering University's Study Abroad partner institutions were on hand to help the University celebrate it's Centennial.

More than 70 Robots past and present celebrated Kettering University's Centennial with a reunion during Founders' Week.

Alumni shared memories during the Golden Circle Brunch held during Kettering University's Centennial.

Kettering University Alumni took time during Founders' Week to catch up with General Determination, the bulldog.

Tim Noonan, the author of GMI/Kettering University at 100, signs copies of the book.

Bulldogs, past and present, toured the Greek houses during Founders' Week.

Drafting tools were a key essential of mechanical engineering education in the early days of Kettering University.

Presentation of the Distinguished Faculty award.

Dr. Robert K. McMahan, president of Kettering University, and his wife Karen enjoyed a laugh with the Bulldog during Founders' Week activities.

Kettering University's Rec Center was transformed into a gala venue fitting for celebrating the Centennial.

Inventing The Future: The Hidden Collections of Kettering University Archives is on display through the end of 2019 in Kettering University's Art Gallery.

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Al Sobey, Class of 1945, and George McNally, Class of 1939, enjoy sharing memories during the Centennial Gala.

General Determination races an SAE competition vehicle.

Kettering University's "The Pool" was used to showcase co-op partners and technology during the Centennial Founders' Week.