• Applying engineering to medicine

    Sep 4, 2012

    A recent Industrial Engineering Capstone project continues the strong relationship Kettering University has with regional hospitals.

    A recent Industrial Engineering Capstone project continues the strong relationship Kettering University has with regional hospitals.
  • Burning Man co-op job

    Aug 27, 2012

    Joseph Lombardi has turned his passion for recycling into a one-of-a-kind Kettering co-op job at Burning Man.

    Joseph Lombardi has turned his passion for recycling into a one-of-a-kind Kettering co-op job at Burning Man.
  • Kettering alumni discuss national ‘insourcing’ trend

    May 3, 2012

    Many companies are now realizing the value in bringing manufacturing jobs back to America. The government is also looking at ways to incentivize companies to ‘insource.’

    Many companies are now realizing the value in bringing manufacturing jobs back to America. The government is also looking at ways to incentivize companies to ‘insource.’
  • The hunger!

    By Website Administrator | Mar 19, 2010

    A capstone project for senior Industrial Engineering students examines how Sodexo - Kettering University's food service organization - can offer new resources to increase sales and serve as a model for large organizations that utilize cafeteria services.

    A capstone project for senior Industrial Engineering students examines how Sodexo - Kettering University's food service organization - can offer new resources to increase sales and serve as a model for large organizations that utilize cafeteria services.
  • Green heat

    By Website Administrator | Oct 21, 2010

    A $50,000 gift from the Ford Motor Co. Fund will help Kettering students continue their work at Flint's largest urban garden, extending their growing season using solar panels and geothermal heating in their greenhouse.

    A $50,000 gift from the Ford Motor Co. Fund will help Kettering students continue their work at Flint's largest urban garden, extending their growing season using solar panels and geothermal heating in their greenhouse.
  • Hips don't lie

    By Website Administrator | Jan 20, 2010

    An interdisciplinary research project at Kettering University that examines hip replacement components could aid manufacturers in producing longer lasting artificial hip joints.

    An interdisciplinary research project at Kettering University that examines hip replacement components could aid manufacturers in producing longer lasting artificial hip joints.
  • Making the car-office safer

    By Website Administrator | Feb 4, 2010

    A new technology for the seat of your car may help make you a safer driver, according to Dr. Terri Lynch-Caris, of Kettering University.

    A new technology for the seat of your car may help make you a safer driver, according to Dr. Terri Lynch-Caris, of Kettering University.
  • Kettering faculty member receives PE license

    By Website Administrator | Jul 8, 2005

    Dr. Terri Lynch-Caris, an assistant professor of Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering and 1988 graduate of Kettering/GMI who resides in Hartland, Mich., recently earned her professional engineer (PE) licensing.

    Dr. Terri Lynch-Caris, an assistant professor of Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering and 1988 graduate of Kettering/GMI who resides in Hartland, Mich., recently earned her professional engineer (PE) licensing.
  • Keeping IT on the cutting edge

    By Website Administrator | Aug 4, 2005

    Technology updates give Kettering students an edge in the job market and so they don't wind up "in some museum."

    Technology updates give Kettering students an edge in the job market and so they don't wind up "in some museum."
  • Forensic Engineering

    By Website Administrator | Oct 14, 2005

    Figuring out how something works is easy, Charles White and his Materials Analysis students spend their time doing reverse engineering to figure out why things DON'T work.

    Figuring out how something works is easy, Charles White and his Materials Analysis students spend their time doing reverse engineering to figure out why things DON'T work.