Six Kettering University faculty were recently awarded promotions by the Board of Trustees and two were named Emeritus Professor.
Three Kettering faculty are collaborating internationally in research and development this year, working with colleagues in China and the United Arab Emirates through the Oswald International Faculty Fellowship.
Dr. Ilya Kudish spent five years researching and writing the definitive book on Tribology.
Brian McCartin, professor of Applied Mathematics at Kettering, has solved a 100-year old problem of linear regression, and his mathematics are "pretty."
Kappa Mu Epsilon inducted 30 students into the Epsilon chapter of the national Mathematics honor society at Kettering.
Four Kettering faculty were recognized for scholarly and teaching achievement by students and the Kettering/GMI Alumni Association.
Mathletes will converge on Kettering later this month to flex their Mathematical muscles in the Fifth Annual Kettering Math Olympiad.
Ten faculty members have been approved for promotion by the Kettering Board of Trustees.
Dr. Ilya Kudish was appointed associate editor for the ASME Journal of Tribology soon after being named an ASME Fellow.