July 2001

AIM reunion, July 27-29

By Website Administrator | Jul 11, 2001

Kettering University will host a special AIM Homecoming July 27-29 to celebrate the program's 18 years of success.

Kettering University will host a special AIM Homecoming July 27-29 to celebrate the program's 18 years of success.

Detroit Tigers, July 29

By Website Administrator | Jul 11, 2001

Sunday, July 29, beginning at 1:05 p.m., join Kettering alumni for an afternoon of fun at Comerica Park in Detroit when the Detroit Tigers take on the Cleveland Indians.

Sunday, July 29, beginning at 1:05 p.m., join Kettering alumni for an afternoon of fun at Comerica Park in Detroit when the Detroit Tigers take on the Cleveland Indians.

Buick Open, Aug. 11

By Website Administrator | Jul 11, 2001

Kettering University and the Kettering/GMI Alumni Association invite you to attend a reception celebrating the Buick Open Golf Tournament Saturday, Aug. 11, from 1-5 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Clarence (Bette) Aikman.

Kettering University and the Kettering/GMI Alumni Association invite you to attend a reception celebrating the Buick Open Golf Tournament Saturday, Aug. 11, from 1-5 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Clarence (Bette) Aikman.

Kettering University Students Benefit from $88 Million CAD/CAM/CAE System Donation

By Website Administrator | Jul 17, 2001

PACE donation is the largest contribution ever received by Kettering University -- possibly largest gift ever given to a Michigan university

PACE donation is the largest contribution ever received by Kettering University -- possibly largest gift ever given to a Michigan university

Kettering's Academically Interested Minorities Program celebrates 18 years of success with a special homecoming

By Website Administrator | Jul 20, 2001

Since 1984, when Kettering University's Admissions Dept. launched the first Academically Interested Minorities (AIM)Program, more than 600 outstanding students from across the country have participated and gone on to achieve a high degree of academic and professional success in a variety of careers.

Since 1984, when Kettering University's Admissions Dept. launched the first Academically Interested Minorities (AIM)Program, more than 600 outstanding students from across the country have participated and gone on to achieve a high degree of academic and professional success in a variety of careers.

'Discover Kettering' Aug. 4

By Website Administrator | Jul 30, 2001

High school students interested in engineering, applied sciences, mathematics, and business management are invited to attend "Discover Kettering" an on-campus open house at Kettering University in Flint Saturday, Aug. 4, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

High school students interested in engineering, applied sciences, mathematics, and business management are invited to attend "Discover Kettering" an on-campus open house at Kettering University in Flint Saturday, Aug. 4, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

SECOND ANNUAL KETTERING KICKOFF SET FOR SATURDAY, SEPT. 22

By Website Administrator | Jul 30, 2001

Robots will roll and music will pound when the Second Annual Kettering Kickoff opens its doors Saturday, Sept. 22, at Kettering University.

Robots will roll and music will pound when the Second Annual Kettering Kickoff opens its doors Saturday, Sept. 22, at Kettering University.

Kettering invests $3.5 million in improvements to Thompson Residence Hall

By Website Administrator | Jul 31, 2001

Surviving the summer heat has long been a bonding experience for Kettering University A-Section freshmen, but no more.

Surviving the summer heat has long been a bonding experience for Kettering University A-Section freshmen, but no more.

July 2001