October 2003

Texas student enjoys working on shuttle engines

By Website Administrator | Oct 2, 2003

Justin Junell has one of the hottest co-op jobs at Kettering University.

Justin Junell has one of the hottest co-op jobs at Kettering University.

New web site explores alternative fuel

By Website Administrator | Oct 7, 2003

Kettering University researchers have learned a lot about the practical applications of alternative fuels - specifically ethanol-blended fuel - and they are willing to share that knowledge in cyberspace.

Kettering University researchers have learned a lot about the practical applications of alternative fuels - specifically ethanol-blended fuel - and they are willing to share that knowledge in cyberspace.

NASA astronaut visits Oct. 27

By Website Administrator | Oct 10, 2003

One of Flint's native sons -- Lt. Col. Michael J. Bloomfield -- will return to Mid-Michigan when he visits Kettering University on Monday, Oct. 27.

One of Flint's native sons -- Lt. Col. Michael J. Bloomfield -- will return to Mid-Michigan when he visits Kettering University on Monday, Oct. 27.

Event to explore the next 'big thing' in fuel cell technology

By Website Administrator | Oct 10, 2003

As a means of increasing public awareness of fuel cells, Kettering's research into this important area and the positive impact this technology may have on our lives, the University's Library will offer a free two-day event titled "The Next Big Thing: Fuel Cell Technology."

As a means of increasing public awareness of fuel cells, Kettering's research into this important area and the positive impact this technology may have on our lives, the University's Library will offer a free two-day event titled "The Next Big Thing: Fuel Cell Technology."

Putting it simply: a new way to make nanotubes is found

By Website Administrator | Oct 17, 2003

A lot of scientific discovery can be attributed to serendipity. A recent happy accident occurred on a nano-sized scale when researchers at Kettering University discovered a different method for producing nanotubes.

A lot of scientific discovery can be attributed to serendipity. A recent happy accident occurred on a nano-sized scale when researchers at Kettering University discovered a different method for producing nanotubes.

Kettering to welcome astronaut

By Website Administrator | Oct 24, 2003

Tickets are still available for the presentation Monday, Oct. 27, by NASA astronaut Lt. Col. Michael J. Bloomfield at Kettering University.

Tickets are still available for the presentation Monday, Oct. 27, by NASA astronaut Lt. Col. Michael J. Bloomfield at Kettering University.

Cascade Engineering honored

By Website Administrator | Oct 24, 2003

Cascade Engineering, Inc., a world leader in engineered plastic systems and components, received the 2003 Kettering West Michigan Co-op Education Employer of the Year Award during ceremonies and a reception Oct. 21 in Grand Rapids.

Cascade Engineering, Inc., a world leader in engineered plastic systems and components, received the 2003 Kettering West Michigan Co-op Education Employer of the Year Award during ceremonies and a reception Oct. 21 in Grand Rapids.

Student meets Gov. Granholm

By Website Administrator | Oct 24, 2003

Jason Braman, a senior from Houghton Lake, met both Mich. Gov. Jennifer Granholm and Millard Fuller, founder of Habitat for Humanity International, during a Habitat for Humanity breakfast in Detroit Oct. 23.

Jason Braman, a senior from Houghton Lake, met both Mich. Gov. Jennifer Granholm and Millard Fuller, founder of Habitat for Humanity International, during a Habitat for Humanity breakfast in Detroit Oct. 23.

Teaching Fellows' Speaker Series

By Website Administrator | Oct 28, 2003

CETL's Fall 2003 Teaching Fellows' Speaker Series has been finalized.

CETL's Fall 2003 Teaching Fellows' Speaker Series has been finalized.

Splendor through the skies

By Website Administrator | Oct 28, 2003

'89 grad helps us shoot for the horizon?

'89 grad helps us shoot for the horizon?

Kettering's support of community

By Website Administrator | Oct 31, 2003

Six years ago, Dave Doherty, Kettering's vice president of International and Governmental Activities and an individual strongly committed to the concept of community education, believed that the University had a unique opportunity to enhance the already established community education program established as a base of operations at the neighboring DTM community school.

Six years ago, Dave Doherty, Kettering's vice president of International and Governmental Activities and an individual strongly committed to the concept of community education, believed that the University had a unique opportunity to enhance the already established community education program established as a base of operations at the neighboring DTM community school.

October 2003