May 2001

Hazards Collection, May 12

By Website Administrator | May 3, 2001

Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day is Saturday, May 12, at three locations in Genesee County.

Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day is Saturday, May 12, at three locations in Genesee County.

River Clean-up is May 19

By Website Administrator | May 3, 2001

The Flint River Watershed Coalition is sponsoring a Flint River Clean-Up Saturday, May 19, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at three sites.

The Flint River Watershed Coalition is sponsoring a Flint River Clean-Up Saturday, May 19, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at three sites.

Making the grade: Dean's List Winter 2001

By Website Administrator | May 4, 2001

The Dean's List is an honor earned by students who have attained a minimum weighted grade point average of 92.0 (out of a possible 100), have received no grades below an 85, and have earned a minimum of 16 credits.

The Dean's List is an honor earned by students who have attained a minimum weighted grade point average of 92.0 (out of a possible 100), have received no grades below an 85, and have earned a minimum of 16 credits.

Sobey Golf Outing

By Website Administrator | May 4, 2001

The Major Sobey Memorial Golf Outing - one of Kettering's most important scholarship fund-raisers - was big last year but is expected to be on par with a hole in one in 2001!

The Major Sobey Memorial Golf Outing - one of Kettering's most important scholarship fund-raisers - was big last year but is expected to be on par with a hole in one in 2001!

Automotive courses move to Southfield

By Website Administrator | May 4, 2001

Building on the institution's acclaimed reputation, Kettering will begin offering automotive systems courses in southeast Michigan starting in July.

Building on the institution's acclaimed reputation, Kettering will begin offering automotive systems courses in southeast Michigan starting in July.

Sobey Golf Outing is June 1

By Website Administrator | May 4, 2001

The Major Sobey Memorial Golf Outing - one of Kettering's most important scholarship fund-raisers - was big last year but is expected to be on par with a hole in one in 2001!

The Major Sobey Memorial Golf Outing - one of Kettering's most important scholarship fund-raisers - was big last year but is expected to be on par with a hole in one in 2001!

Kettering University commends Lyn St. James upon her retirement from Indy racing

By Website Administrator | May 11, 2001

Lyn St. James, only the second woman to compete at the Indianapolis 500, was recently commended by Kettering University upon her retirement from Indy-car racing.

Lyn St. James, only the second woman to compete at the Indianapolis 500, was recently commended by Kettering University upon her retirement from Indy-car racing.

Teaching workshop, June 7

By Website Administrator | May 12, 2001

Dr. James Stice returns to Kettering June 7 to present a follow-up to his Visiting Scholars workshop on learning styles and course design.

Dr. James Stice returns to Kettering June 7 to present a follow-up to his Visiting Scholars workshop on learning styles and course design.

Commencement is June 22

By Website Administrator | May 14, 2001

Kettering University Commencement

Kettering University Commencement

Three Kettering women to represent U.S. at international seminar

By Website Administrator | May 14, 2001

Ahhh, to be young, technically-minded and in Paris now that summer has arrived!

Ahhh, to be young, technically-minded and in Paris now that summer has arrived!

Rotaract dinner, June 27

By Website Administrator | May 14, 2001

Rotaract, the university service club of Rotary International, will celebrate its first full year of service on June 27 at 5:30 p.m. at the Speakeasy Restaurant in Flushing.

Rotaract, the university service club of Rotary International, will celebrate its first full year of service on June 27 at 5:30 p.m. at the Speakeasy Restaurant in Flushing.

History of Science class helps students recreate pre-modern scientific instruments and rediscover the scientific past

By Website Administrator | May 18, 2001

Benjamin Redekop had no idea how the engineering and business management students in his History of Science class at Kettering might respond to an assignment that calls for them to recreate pre-modern scientific instruments using basic materials.

Benjamin Redekop had no idea how the engineering and business management students in his History of Science class at Kettering might respond to an assignment that calls for them to recreate pre-modern scientific instruments using basic materials.

Kettering students join youth at Odyssey of Mind championships

By Website Administrator | May 18, 2001

Kettering and Flint, Michigan, will be well represented when the World Championships of "Odyssey of the Mind" open in June.

Kettering and Flint, Michigan, will be well represented when the World Championships of "Odyssey of the Mind" open in June.

Rockwell donates simulation software valued at $270,000

By Website Administrator | May 18, 2001

Rockwell Automation, a business of Rockwell International Corp., recently awarded Kettering University a 20-user software license with a commercial value of $270,000.

Rockwell Automation, a business of Rockwell International Corp., recently awarded Kettering University a 20-user software license with a commercial value of $270,000.

Visteon Automotive donates testing equipment to Kettering's Automotive Electronics Systems Laboratory

By Website Administrator | May 25, 2001

Visteon Automotive, one of the world's leading automotive suppliers, recently donated an Air Handling Control Subsystem to Kettering University's Bosch Automotive Electronic Systems Laboratory.

Visteon Automotive, one of the world's leading automotive suppliers, recently donated an Air Handling Control Subsystem to Kettering University's Bosch Automotive Electronic Systems Laboratory.

Donors join together to support student leadership endowment

By Website Administrator | May 25, 2001

Just call them presidential material. A group of 31 volunteers have made an unprecedented commitment to fund the development of future leaders at Kettering University by joining the President's Council.

Just call them presidential material. A group of 31 volunteers have made an unprecedented commitment to fund the development of future leaders at Kettering University by joining the President's Council.

Alumni Reunion Weekend

By Website Administrator | May 25, 2001

Bulldog Days photo album

Bulldog Days photo album

Leveling the playing fields at Kettering University

By Website Administrator | May 31, 2001

Kettering University is leveling the playing fields - good news for anyone who has tried to field a pop fly or swing a Lacrosse stick on the campus athletic fields.

Kettering University is leveling the playing fields - good news for anyone who has tried to field a pop fly or swing a Lacrosse stick on the campus athletic fields.

Kettering University receives accreditation from the Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs

By Website Administrator | May 31, 2001

Kettering University's Business program recently earned full accreditation by the prestigious Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP).

Kettering University's Business program recently earned full accreditation by the prestigious Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP).

Coming out on top

By Website Administrator | May 31, 2001

Kettering University students brought home top honors from the Delta Epsilon Chi competition in Anaheim, Calif., May 2-5.

Kettering University students brought home top honors from the Delta Epsilon Chi competition in Anaheim, Calif., May 2-5.

May 2001