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John Mahoney

John Mahoney '55 to receive 2014 Alumni Service Award

By Patrick Hayes | Sep 12, 2014
John Mahoney '55Related:Seven graduates to be honored during alumni awards ceremony Oct. 9The Alumni Awards Dinner and Ceremony will be held at the Oak Pointe Country Club in Brighton, Michigan. ... Read More
Justin Young

Engineering the next generation of tech products for human design

By Patrick Hayes | Sep 11, 2014
The consumption of digital media on mobile phones, tablets and laptops is at an all-time high and technology is rapidly evolving to accommodate touch and motion interfaces as a replacement for the ... Read More
mechanical engineering

Kettering University rankings rise in annual U.S. News and World Report 'Best Colleges' issue

By Patrick Hayes | Sep 10, 2014
Kettering University's Mechanical Engineering program ranked fourth in the nation in U.S. News and World Report's 2015 'Best Colleges' edition.Kettering University rose significantly in two ... Read More

Seven graduates to be honored during annual Alumni Awards ceremony

By Patrick Hayes | Sep 5, 2014
2014 Alumni Award Winners (top row, left to right): Troy Clarke, Ed Orlett, Scott Kirchner, John Mahoney; (bottom row, left to rigth) Leonardo Rocco, Carol Goodman, Jon Kowalski.Note: We will have ... Read More

Greener is Better: Kettering University faculty member finds environmentally friendly practices increase profits

By Patrick Hayes | Sep 2, 2014
A team of researchers led by Kettering University’s Dr. Thomas Ngniatedema from the Department of Business have presented empirical evidence regarding the importance  of corporate ... Read More
Mark Koors

Kettering University graduate's company a major supplier to FIRST Robotics community

By Patrick Hayes | Aug 27, 2014
Mark Koors '78 had a long and successful engineering career that spanned 30 years at Delphi, the same place that he completed his co-op placement while at Kettering University, then known as General ... Read More
biology research

Is there medicinal value in discarded fruit parts? Kettering University researchers are finding out

By Patrick Hayes | Aug 25, 2014
Students Anastacia Shaffer, Carolyn Jagadics and Jillian Radtke.What do grape stems, walnut husks, pomegranate peels and chokeberries have in common? They are all disposable, but an interdisciplinary ... Read More
ford day

Ford Motor Company Fund announces $50,000 grant for FIRST Robotics Center at Kettering University

By Patrick Hayes | Aug 22, 2014
Raj Nair '87 and representatives from Ford Motor Company, as well as Kettering University students who co-op with Ford, celebrated Ford Day at Kettering on Aug. 22.Ford Motor Company and Kettering ... Read More

Engineering background led graduate into a new arena -- brain research

By Patrick Hayes | Aug 21, 2014
In the foothills of San Francisco and the shadows of Silicon Valley, Matt Gaidica '10 was surrounded by prospective millionaires trying to become billionaires. Engulfed by the Northern California ... Read More
joint replacement

Kettering University researchers working on more durable joint replacement materials

By Patrick Hayes | Aug 19, 2014
Dr. Cheryl Samaniego (left) with student Julia Carson.Kettering University student Julia Carson’s mother is an oncology nurse and her father is a controls engineer – combine the two and you have ... Read More