Revved up!

By Website Administrator | Jun 10, 2004

Matt Wright '02 returned to campus to discuss his work on high performance cars for Saleen Inc., one of the world's preeminent producers of limited, high performance vehicles.

Matt Wright '02 returned to campus to discuss his work on high performance cars for Saleen Inc., one of the world's preeminent producers of limited, high performance vehicles.

Dummy gets into Kettering

By Website Administrator | Jun 10, 2004

The latest member of the Crash Test Safety Lab team at Kettering arrived Wednesday, June 9. His name is SpartaKUs, and he will be a key player in crash test safety research at the university.

The latest member of the Crash Test Safety Lab team at Kettering arrived Wednesday, June 9. His name is SpartaKUs, and he will be a key player in crash test safety research at the university.

Funding for fuel cell initiative

By Website Administrator | Jun 10, 2004

Kettering University has made the first cut to receive state funding for development of a fuel cell incubator on campus. The incubator could spur economic development in both Flint and Genesee County.

Kettering University has made the first cut to receive state funding for development of a fuel cell incubator on campus. The incubator could spur economic development in both Flint and Genesee County.

Faculty recognized for excellence

By Website Administrator | Jul 8, 2004

Four Kettering faculty were recognized for scholarly and teaching achievement by students and the Kettering/GMI Alumni Association.

Four Kettering faculty were recognized for scholarly and teaching achievement by students and the Kettering/GMI Alumni Association.

Fuel cell efforts paying off

By Website Administrator | Jul 22, 2004

Kettering's research into fuel cells and their potential impact on American culture, society and industry are paying off in big ways.

Kettering's research into fuel cells and their potential impact on American culture, society and industry are paying off in big ways.

Piece by piece

By Website Administrator | Nov 5, 2004

A donated Malibu chassis proves that sometimes parts are greater value than the sum of their total.

A donated Malibu chassis proves that sometimes parts are greater value than the sum of their total.

Kindergarten engineers

By Website Administrator | Dec 10, 2004

"K" week turned into a lesson in basic engineering principles for Kindergarteners at Tomek Elementary School in Fenton when Kettering students showed up to "play."

"K" week turned into a lesson in basic engineering principles for Kindergarteners at Tomek Elementary School in Fenton when Kettering students showed up to "play."

Engineering honor society awards top honor

By Website Administrator | Dec 22, 2004

Dr. Alzahabi is named "Professor of Excellence" by Tau Beta Pi

Dr. Alzahabi is named "Professor of Excellence" by Tau Beta Pi

"Real world" overlaps into classroom

By Website Administrator | Jan 3, 2005

Broken shredder discs and oil pumps are all part of the lesson in Dr. Echempati's MECH-312 Machine Design class.

Broken shredder discs and oil pumps are all part of the lesson in Dr. Echempati's MECH-312 Machine Design class.

Validating computer simulations

By Website Administrator | Jan 21, 2005

A hands-on experimentation lab helps students validate computer simulations of engineered products and prove that time-tested methods are still useful in today's world of technology.

A hands-on experimentation lab helps students validate computer simulations of engineered products and prove that time-tested methods are still useful in today's world of technology.

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