• It's a small, small, small, small world.

    By Website Administrator | Jun 6, 2005

    Having an environmental scanning electron microscope (ESEM) on campus has allowed Kettering and industry researchers to "get down" to the subatomic level.

    Having an environmental scanning electron microscope (ESEM) on campus has allowed Kettering and industry researchers to "get down" to the subatomic level.
  • 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.
  • IMTTA honors Kettering students

    Nov 24, 2011

    Two Kettering University students were winners in the Fourth Annual Machine Tool Technology Awards, entitling them to two weeks of study and industry networking in Italy.

    Two Kettering University students were winners in the Fourth Annual Machine Tool Technology Awards, entitling them to two weeks of study and industry networking in Italy.
  • Improving hip replacements

    By Website Administrator | Mar 24, 2006

    Kettering researchers offer real insight into component wear to help extend the life of hip replacements.

    Kettering researchers offer real insight into component wear to help extend the life of hip replacements.
  • New microscope to benefit researchers

    By Website Administrator | Nov 16, 2001

    Ever wonder what gives blue cheese its distinctive flavor? Are you sure you want to know?

    Ever wonder what gives blue cheese its distinctive flavor? Are you sure you want to know?
  • Engineering the magic of Disney

    By Website Administrator | Jun 2, 2006

    Industrial Engineering co-op students Zac Hyde and Patrick Foxworthy help make Disney World run like magic, making the guest experience one to remember.

    Industrial Engineering co-op students Zac Hyde and Patrick Foxworthy help make Disney World run like magic, making the guest experience one to remember.
  • Class integration represents historical first at Kettering.

    By Website Administrator | Jul 10, 2002

    Kettering Professors Lucy King and Jackie El-Sayed are not history buffs, but the integration of their classes made history at Kettering spring term.

    Kettering Professors Lucy King and Jackie El-Sayed are not history buffs, but the integration of their classes made history at Kettering spring term.
  • Streamlining Manufacturing Engineering courses

    By Website Administrator | Aug 11, 2006

    Gibbs and Associates of Moorpark, Calif., and CAM Logic of Oxford, Mich., recently helped Kettering University streamline several Manufacturing Engineering courses by providing GibbsCAM CNC software for use in teaching and research laboratories.

    Gibbs and Associates of Moorpark, Calif., and CAM Logic of Oxford, Mich., recently helped Kettering University streamline several Manufacturing Engineering courses by providing GibbsCAM CNC software for use in teaching and research laboratories.