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.

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.

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.

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.

Math degree and research add up

Sep 8, 2006

A 2006 Kettering graduate majoring in Applied Mathematics has been accepted into the Mathematical Sciences Ph.D. program at the New Jersey Institute of Technology.

A 2006 Kettering graduate majoring in Applied Mathematics has been accepted into the Mathematical Sciences Ph.D. program at the New Jersey Institute of Technology.

Running the numbers

Oct 13, 2006

Suzanne Larsen gave up a career at General Motors to help college students break through their math anxiety.

Suzanne Larsen gave up a career at General Motors to help college students break through their math anxiety.

Coming full circle

Apr 13, 2007

Creating an award-winning manufacturing facility and bringing jobs to his hometown, Randy Thayer '78, came back to Lansing a fourth time to do what he loves best - work with people.

Creating an award-winning manufacturing facility and bringing jobs to his hometown, Randy Thayer '78, came back to Lansing a fourth time to do what he loves best - work with people.

Bio-Engineering - the human machine

Sep 14, 2007

Kettering University has turned Engineering inside out - instead of focusing on things that people interact with, the new Bio-Engineering and Life Sciences labs will focus on understanding how the human body works and how to repair it.

Kettering University has turned Engineering inside out - instead of focusing on things that people interact with, the new Bio-Engineering and Life Sciences labs will focus on understanding how the human body works and how to repair it.

Leading the curve

Sep 21, 2007

Some people follow the curve of innovation, Kyle Schwulst '02 leads it. The young entrepreneur is riding a tidal wave of success all the way to China and back.

Some people follow the curve of innovation, Kyle Schwulst '02 leads it. The young entrepreneur is riding a tidal wave of success all the way to China and back.

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