Kettering honors pioneer of auto industry and philanthropist

By Website Administrator | Jun 12, 2003

They're together again -- C.S. Mott and "Boss Ket."

They're together again -- C.S. Mott and "Boss Ket."

Student radio station close to reality

By Website Administrator | Mar 18, 2004

A student group is the catalyst for a campus radio station. They have a construction permit and are looking for financial backing.

A student group is the catalyst for a campus radio station. They have a construction permit and are looking for financial backing.

Kettering President James John to retire

By Website Administrator | Mar 18, 2004

After 13 years of distinguished service, Kettering President James John has announced his plans to retire.

After 13 years of distinguished service, Kettering President James John has announced his plans to retire.

President Search Committee named

By Website Administrator | Apr 30, 2004

Nine members have been appointed to search for Kettering's sixth president.

Nine members have been appointed to search for Kettering's sixth president.

Celebrating 85 years

By Website Administrator | Oct 15, 2004

From its beginnings as a trade school to its current status as a world-renown engineering and technology university, Kettering's 85-year history is marked by progressive leadership and innovative changes.

From its beginnings as a trade school to its current status as a world-renown engineering and technology university, Kettering's 85-year history is marked by progressive leadership and innovative changes.

Kettering names new president

By Website Administrator | Mar 21, 2005

Dr. Stanley R. Liberty of Bradley University joins Kettering as its sixth president July 1.

Dr. Stanley R. Liberty of Bradley University joins Kettering as its sixth president July 1.

A fond farewell

By Website Administrator | Jun 27, 2005

President James E.A. John retires June 30 after 14 years.

President James E.A. John retires June 30 after 14 years.

Kettering University celebrates 90 years

By Website Administrator | Oct 19, 2009

The first class of the School of Automotive Trades started at 7 p.m. Oct. 20, 1919. Over the next 90 years it was called many things, but the spirit of "learning by doing" has remained the same. Here is a retrospective of one of its founders - Major Albert Sobey.

The first class of the School of Automotive Trades started at 7 p.m. Oct. 20, 1919. Over the next 90 years it was called many things, but the spirit of "learning by doing" has remained the same. Here is a retrospective of one of its founders - Major Albert Sobey.

Saying good-bye

By Website Administrator | Jun 30, 2006

Vice Presidents John Lorenz and Dave Doherty leave campus after a combined 56 years of service to Kettering University.

Vice Presidents John Lorenz and Dave Doherty leave campus after a combined 56 years of service to Kettering University.

The President's partner

By Website Administrator | Jun 30, 2006

Angela Liberty is settling in as Kettering's First Lady

Angela Liberty is settling in as Kettering's First Lady

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