Gaining global experience

May 26, 2006

In today's global market place, companies are increasing efforts to attract and hire engineering and business management graduates with overseas academic and business experience. This is one reason why more and more students are engaging in Kettering University's Study Abroad Program.

In today's global market place, companies are increasing efforts to attract and hire engineering and business management graduates with overseas academic and business experience. This is one reason why more and more students are engaging in Kettering University's Study Abroad Program.

Honoring Joe Spielman '68

Nov 17, 2006

Kettering's long-time key executive at General Motors receives the Distinguished Volunteer award.

Kettering's long-time key executive at General Motors receives the Distinguished Volunteer award.

Run your own race

Jun 22, 2007

Derica Rice '88 always preferred to do things his own way, a talent that has landed him in the CFO job at health care giant Eli Lilly and Company.

Derica Rice '88 always preferred to do things his own way, a talent that has landed him in the CFO job at health care giant Eli Lilly and Company.

Envisioning a better world

Jul 20, 2007

Kettering graduate Jason Braman had an idea about how to engage more college students in community service and he's turning that idea into a volunteerism movement - with a little help from his friends.

Kettering graduate Jason Braman had an idea about how to engage more college students in community service and he's turning that idea into a volunteerism movement - with a little help from his friends.

The $75 million Kettering graduate

Aug 3, 2007

An idea by Ann Marie Weitzel '99 saved millions and earned her the Sun Microsystems 2007 Chairman's Award for Innovation.

An idea by Ann Marie Weitzel '99 saved millions and earned her the Sun Microsystems 2007 Chairman's Award for Innovation.

Prima Prize 2008

Nov 19, 2008

TEAM was the focus of the prestigious Prima Prize for Best Research Paper in Leadership and Ethics.

TEAM was the focus of the prestigious Prima Prize for Best Research Paper in Leadership and Ethics.

Changing the world one liter at a time

Feb 6, 2009

Jeremy Bell is following his passion to expand on an engineering project near and dear to his heart. While many friends and peers head off for the corporate world, Bell's dream job involves going to live in rural Mexico to help distribute biosand water filters to communities lacking potable water.

Jeremy Bell is following his passion to expand on an engineering project near and dear to his heart. While many friends and peers head off for the corporate world, Bell's dream job involves going to live in rural Mexico to help distribute biosand water filters to communities lacking potable water.

Detecting structural defects

May 15, 2009

Stephen Heinze, a 2008 Mechanical Engineering graduate of Kettering University, uses remote sensing, non-invasive technologies at his job with EnTech Engineering of St. Louis to locate hidden subsurface targets and defects in energy, transportation, manufacturing, electronic and environmental infrastructures.

Stephen Heinze, a 2008 Mechanical Engineering graduate of Kettering University, uses remote sensing, non-invasive technologies at his job with EnTech Engineering of St. Louis to locate hidden subsurface targets and defects in energy, transportation, manufacturing, electronic and environmental infrastructures.

Taking it to Bonneville

Jul 24, 2009

Testing protocols can be dull - unless you're testing your product on the Bonneville Salt Flats! Kettering University alumnus Kyle Schwulst '02 is doing just that.

Testing protocols can be dull - unless you're testing your product on the Bonneville Salt Flats! Kettering University alumnus Kyle Schwulst '02 is doing just that.

AIMing for success!

Aug 14, 2009

Kettering University's Lives Improve Through Engineering (LITE) and Academically Interested Minds programs enjoyed another season of success AND received some more inspiring news in 2009.

Kettering University's Lives Improve Through Engineering (LITE) and Academically Interested Minds programs enjoyed another season of success AND received some more inspiring news in 2009.

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