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Human Rights Watch Film Festival

By Website Administrator | Apr 8, 2004
Issues of personal freedom, government's role in public health and the effects of totalitarianism on a generation are just some of the topics that will brought out into the cold light of day in the ... Read More

Alumnus races toward new opportunity

By Website Administrator | Apr 8, 2004
Neil Hannemann '81 doesn't appear to be the type of individual who once drove racecars for a living. His quiet, speculative persona and soft-spoken demeanor are opposite of those motor sports ... Read More

Girls get a jump on the future

By Website Administrator | Apr 8, 2004
Women of the 21st Century can get a jump on technology at Kettering University this summer. Girls in 7th through 11th grades have a chance to explore computers, engineering principles, chemistry, ... Read More

Kettering president announces retirement

By Website Administrator | Apr 1, 2004
Dr. James E.A. John, President of Kettering University, has announced his plan to retire in June 2005.The progress made under Dr. John's leadership has been nothing short of dramatic, said Jane L. ... Read More

SAE Design Studio newly equipped

By Website Administrator | Apr 1, 2004
New equipment will give Kettering racing teams a boost this spring as they prepare for the upcoming Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) Formula and Mini Baja competitions. Students using the SAE ... Read More

Total Design becomes a reality

By Website Administrator | Apr 1, 2004
The last of the old equipment is on a dolly and headed out the door as the latest acquisition in the Hougen Design studio, three new milling machines and a new lathe, are installed and readied for ... Read More

UPS donation supports scholarships

By Website Administrator | Mar 26, 2004
The UPS Foundation recently presented Kettering University a check for $78,000. Albert L. Wright, Corporate Engineering manager at UPS and Kettering Trustee, presented the donation which represented ... Read More

New endowment fund buys bones

By Website Administrator | Mar 26, 2004
Local philanthropist Susan K. Smith became the newest benefactor of the Fracture Lab at Kettering recently, to help bioengineering students better understand how the mechanical devices they design ... Read More

Kettering President James John to retire

By Website Administrator | Mar 18, 2004
Dr. James E.A. John, President of Kettering University, has announced his plan to retire in June 2005. The progress made under Dr. John's leadership has been nothing short of dramatic, said Jane L. ... Read More

Student radio station close to reality

By Website Administrator | Mar 18, 2004
The FCC has granted a Low Power FM (LPFM) Building Permit to Kettering University for development of a campus-based radio station and student club, WKUS, is working to make the station a reality by ... Read More

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