Walk where Tiger prowled on Sept. 16

By Website Administrator | Aug 23, 2002

Ok golfers! Here's a chance to duff around a PGA-quality course and remember one of Kettering's most favored friends when Kettering University hosts The President's Cup Invitational Golf Tournament Monday, Sept. 16.

Ok golfers! Here's a chance to duff around a PGA-quality course and remember one of Kettering's most favored friends when Kettering University hosts The President's Cup Invitational Golf Tournament Monday, Sept. 16.

O'Neal talks of success at AIM banquet

By Website Administrator | Aug 19, 2002

Rodney O'Neal '76 really only had one reason for filling out his college application to General Motors Institute (Kettering University) back in the 1960s - he wanted his guidance counselor to stop asking him about it.

Rodney O'Neal '76 really only had one reason for filling out his college application to General Motors Institute (Kettering University) back in the 1960s - he wanted his guidance counselor to stop asking him about it.

The Business of Winning

By Website Administrator | Sep 23, 2002

A leadership symposium Sept. 10 provided insight into how some of the greatest professional sports coaches of all time led their teams to the pinnacle of success.

A leadership symposium Sept. 10 provided insight into how some of the greatest professional sports coaches of all time led their teams to the pinnacle of success.

Kettering welcomed alumnus Tom Smith '77 to campus

By Website Administrator | Sep 20, 2002

Tom Smith '77 recently came back to Kettering to talk with members of the Student Alumni Council (SAC) about his education as a student at General Motors Institute, and about his distinguished career with some of the nation's leading companies and organizations.

Tom Smith '77 recently came back to Kettering to talk with members of the Student Alumni Council (SAC) about his education as a student at General Motors Institute, and about his distinguished career with some of the nation's leading companies and organizations.

African American alumni meet Sept. 21

By Website Administrator | Sep 16, 2002

The Black Unity Congress (BUC) and the Office of Alumni Affairs present an African-American Alumni Career Forum Saturday, Sept. 21, 10 a.m. - noon in Kettering's Campus Center, Room A.

The Black Unity Congress (BUC) and the Office of Alumni Affairs present an African-American Alumni Career Forum Saturday, Sept. 21, 10 a.m. - noon in Kettering's Campus Center, Room A.

Detroit alumni chapter's 38th annual dinner meets with success

By Website Administrator | Oct 11, 2002

More than 100 alumni and guests attended the 38th annual Detroit chapter dinner of the Kettering/GMI Alumni Association Oct. 8 at the Southfield Manor in Southfield, Mich.

More than 100 alumni and guests attended the 38th annual Detroit chapter dinner of the Kettering/GMI Alumni Association Oct. 8 at the Southfield Manor in Southfield, Mich.

Grand Rapids reception to 'complement the engineering base of West Michigan'

By Website Administrator | Oct 11, 2002

Armen Oumedian '49 is very fond of both his alma mater and his home among the scenic hills of West Michigan.

Armen Oumedian '49 is very fond of both his alma mater and his home among the scenic hills of West Michigan.

The favor of family history

By Website Administrator | Jan 14, 2003

Cindy Nguyen's '02 dream-and indeed the dream her parents had some 23 years ago-is one that could potentially help thousands of individuals throughout the world.

Cindy Nguyen's '02 dream-and indeed the dream her parents had some 23 years ago-is one that could potentially help thousands of individuals throughout the world.

Alumnus is unintentional pioneer

By Website Administrator | Jan 7, 2003

The result was completely accidental. Looking back almost 50 years, Kettering/GMI alumnus Art McDonald '33 still sounds astonished when describing how a finger tube flexing pump his company produced in the 1950s was the difference between life and death for people with heart problems.

The result was completely accidental. Looking back almost 50 years, Kettering/GMI alumnus Art McDonald '33 still sounds astonished when describing how a finger tube flexing pump his company produced in the 1950s was the difference between life and death for people with heart problems.

Chartering success: The happy bus ride of John Nasi 64

By Website Administrator | Apr 11, 2003

Although he doesn't consider himself a risk taker, John Nasi '64 went from being a kid who didn't like his first bus ride to helping modernize the bus industry.

Although he doesn't consider himself a risk taker, John Nasi '64 went from being a kid who didn't like his first bus ride to helping modernize the bus industry.

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