A Michigan-China connection

By Website Administrator | Apr 11, 2008

Kyle Schwulst found a bull market for his invention to reduce harmful emissions in small engines when he took it to China.

Kyle Schwulst found a bull market for his invention to reduce harmful emissions in small engines when he took it to China.

Green Week

By Website Administrator | May 8, 2008

To shine a spotlight on how engineering can go green, the Kettering Entrepreneur Society is hosting a week long environmental event on campus.

To shine a spotlight on how engineering can go green, the Kettering Entrepreneur Society is hosting a week long environmental event on campus.

Penny Garden feeds the needy

By Website Administrator | May 23, 2008

Kettering students helped the Food Bank of Eastern Michigan prepare a space for its Penny Garden fundraiser.

Kettering students helped the Food Bank of Eastern Michigan prepare a space for its Penny Garden fundraiser.

The 2009 Co-op Hall of Fame

By Website Administrator | Aug 15, 2008

Kettering University's newest class in the National Co-op Hall of Fame is: Troy Clarke '78, Bruce Coventry '75, Harry Lange '75, Vickie Piner '89 and J. Don Rice '81. They will be honored by the National Commission for Cooperative Education later this year.

Kettering University's newest class in the National Co-op Hall of Fame is: Troy Clarke '78, Bruce Coventry '75, Harry Lange '75, Vickie Piner '89 and J. Don Rice '81. They will be honored by the National Commission for Cooperative Education later this year.

Bulldog Reunion Weekend

By Website Administrator | Aug 22, 2008

It's time to reunite with old friends, relive old memories and celebrate professional and personal achievement, as 50-plus years worth of engineering alumni return to Kettering University for Bulldog Days Reunion Weekend.

It's time to reunite with old friends, relive old memories and celebrate professional and personal achievement, as 50-plus years worth of engineering alumni return to Kettering University for Bulldog Days Reunion Weekend.

Bulldog Days Photo Album

By Website Administrator | Sep 8, 2008

There were campus tours, soap box cars, old friends to greet and new memories to be made at Kettering/GMI's Alumni Reunion Weekend.

There were campus tours, soap box cars, old friends to greet and new memories to be made at Kettering/GMI's Alumni Reunion Weekend.

Kettering's pinch-hitter to retire

By Website Administrator | Oct 24, 2008

His career circled back to his alma mater, but Jim Hamilton `76 was always moving forward.

His career circled back to his alma mater, but Jim Hamilton `76 was always moving forward.

Sigma Chi celebrates 45 years at Kettering!

By Website Administrator | Nov 14, 2008

Kettering University's Sigma Chi Zeta Theta Chapter celebrated its 45th anniversary as one of the leading Greek organizations on campus and helped raise money for an important cause.

Kettering University's Sigma Chi Zeta Theta Chapter celebrated its 45th anniversary as one of the leading Greek organizations on campus and helped raise money for an important cause.

Engineering U.S. preparedness

By Website Administrator | Jan 16, 2009

Dennis R. Schrader '76, former deputy administrator of the National Preparedness Directorate for the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), said the government is actively improving the federal management of disasters and offered other comments during a recent visit to Kettering.

Dennis R. Schrader '76, former deputy administrator of the National Preparedness Directorate for the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), said the government is actively improving the federal management of disasters and offered other comments during a recent visit to Kettering.

From GMI to WWII

By Website Administrator | Jan 30, 2009

A call for stories from alumni who served in WWII resulted in a flood of remembrances from across the country. These two personal accounts are the first in a series honoring Kettering/GMI alumni who delayed their education to support the cause for freedom.

A call for stories from alumni who served in WWII resulted in a flood of remembrances from across the country. These two personal accounts are the first in a series honoring Kettering/GMI alumni who delayed their education to support the cause for freedom.

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