Kettering alums named to NCCE Co-Op Hall of Fame

Sep 2, 2003

For most people who read "People" magazine and "Esquire," the individuals nominated by Kettering President James E.A. John for the National Commission for Cooperative Education (NCCE) 2003 Co-Op Hall of Fame are relatively unknown, yet their contributions to U.S. industry have helped shaped the fields in which they work and touched the lives of millions of people throughout the country.

For most people who read "People" magazine and "Esquire," the individuals nominated by Kettering President James E.A. John for the National Commission for Cooperative Education (NCCE) 2003 Co-Op Hall of Fame are relatively unknown, yet their contributions to U.S. industry have helped shaped the fields in which they work and touched the lives of millions of people throughout the country.

Texas student enjoys working on shuttle engines

Oct 2, 2003

Justin Junell has one of the hottest co-op jobs at Kettering University.

Justin Junell has one of the hottest co-op jobs at Kettering University.

Symbiotic relationship is beneficial to both

Jan 12, 2004

Large corporations regularly invest in their own future. Takata, supplier of a broad range of passenger and driver safety systems and devices, recently increased its investment in Kettering University's and its own future with multiple donations to the school, including financial support and equipment.

Large corporations regularly invest in their own future. Takata, supplier of a broad range of passenger and driver safety systems and devices, recently increased its investment in Kettering University's and its own future with multiple donations to the school, including financial support and equipment.

Co-op job gives taste of real world

May 20, 2004

Steve Proper's co-op job at NIOSH had him working in the lab that was testing a popcorn flavoring at the center of a nationwide debate.

Steve Proper's co-op job at NIOSH had him working in the lab that was testing a popcorn flavoring at the center of a nationwide debate.

Co-op skills add to Michigan 1st Response

Jul 22, 2004

Two co-op students, both eager to learn and willing to work, are adding to the skills at a West Michigan firm that builds customized fire and rescue vehicles.

Two co-op students, both eager to learn and willing to work, are adding to the skills at a West Michigan firm that builds customized fire and rescue vehicles.

Alumni named to Co-op Hall of Fame

Jul 22, 2005

Five Kettering alumni are part of the 2005-06 National Commission for Co-operative Education's Co-op Hall of Fame.

Five Kettering alumni are part of the 2005-06 National Commission for Co-operative Education's Co-op Hall of Fame.

No meandering in learning

Nov 11, 2005

Because of his academic diligence and thirst for learning, Kettering University graduate William Sommerville '05 produced what his co-op advisors describe as a Ph.D. level senior thesis project in just a few short years. The result? Possibly the world's smallest radio.

Because of his academic diligence and thirst for learning, Kettering University graduate William Sommerville '05 produced what his co-op advisors describe as a Ph.D. level senior thesis project in just a few short years. The result? Possibly the world's smallest radio.

Entertaining a new co-op opportunity

Feb 10, 2006

A new Kettering co-op assignment with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra shows how engineering and business students can positively impact the entertainment industry.

A new Kettering co-op assignment with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra shows how engineering and business students can positively impact the entertainment industry.

Co-ops for all companies

Aug 18, 2006

Mahar Tool Supply of Saginaw, Mich., once considered itself too small to develop a relationship with Kettering University's cooperative education program. But since 2002, Kettering students continue to make significant contributions to the firm.

Mahar Tool Supply of Saginaw, Mich., once considered itself too small to develop a relationship with Kettering University's cooperative education program. But since 2002, Kettering students continue to make significant contributions to the firm.

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.

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