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Alumni

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.

Brian Petersen

Feb 24, 2005

Kettering grad aids tsunami victims.

Kettering grad aids tsunami victims.

Engineering in the fast lane

Jul 29, 2005

Kettering grad Michael Wheeler '02 found his dream job as a race engineer for Joe Gibbs Racing in the NASCAR circuit.

Kettering grad Michael Wheeler '02 found his dream job as a race engineer for Joe Gibbs Racing in the NASCAR circuit.

The chance of a lifetime

Aug 12, 2005

Bryan Trilli, who graduated in June, interviewed several alumni who are leaders in their fields for a project in Dr. Ben Redekop's LS 489 Senior Seminar: Leadership, Ethics and Contemporary Issues course during the fall 2004 term.

Bryan Trilli, who graduated in June, interviewed several alumni who are leaders in their fields for a project in Dr. Ben Redekop's LS 489 Senior Seminar: Leadership, Ethics and Contemporary Issues course during the fall 2004 term.

For the birds

Sep 1, 2005

Vince Bandurski '64 and his wife, Marilyn, experience empty nest syndrome three times a year.

Vince Bandurski '64 and his wife, Marilyn, experience empty nest syndrome three times a year.

Leading the way

Oct 7, 2005

Kettering University has 11 alumnae and trustees in the 100 Leading Women in the North American Automotive Industry.

Kettering University has 11 alumnae and trustees in the 100 Leading Women in the North American Automotive Industry.

Engineering entrepreneurship

Jan 20, 2006

Finding a niche in the small engine market, Kettering grad Kyle Schwulst '02 is poised on the verge of a post production fuel injector boom.

Finding a niche in the small engine market, Kettering grad Kyle Schwulst '02 is poised on the verge of a post production fuel injector boom.

Peruvian perspective

May 26, 2006

How an Engineer found meaning and perspective for her life while giving a little piece of her heart to a boy in Peru.

How an Engineer found meaning and perspective for her life while giving a little piece of her heart to a boy in Peru.

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