February 2004

From Kiev to Kettering

By Website Administrator | Feb 3, 2004

Yuri Sikorski, assistant professor of Applied Physics, joined Kettering's Science and Mathematics Dept. in January.

Yuri Sikorski, assistant professor of Applied Physics, joined Kettering's Science and Mathematics Dept. in January.

Leadership Fellows named

By Website Administrator | Feb 5, 2004

The third class of Leaders Endowment Fellows was announced during Convocation ceremonies recently conducted at Kettering.

The third class of Leaders Endowment Fellows was announced during Convocation ceremonies recently conducted at Kettering.

The 1979 union reunion

By Website Administrator | Feb 6, 2004

For 19 couples who graduated in 1979, Kettering/GMI was more than just a school where one might earn a top-flight engineering or business management degree. For these people, it was the place where they also found their soul mate.

For 19 couples who graduated in 1979, Kettering/GMI was more than just a school where one might earn a top-flight engineering or business management degree. For these people, it was the place where they also found their soul mate.

Takata invests in Kettering

By Website Administrator | Feb 10, 2004

The worldwide auto safety systems supplier invests in its own future by investing in Kettering today. A symbiotic relationship has developed between the corporation and Kettering facilitating cutting edge research.

The worldwide auto safety systems supplier invests in its own future by investing in Kettering today. A symbiotic relationship has developed between the corporation and Kettering facilitating cutting edge research.

Engineering better surgical techniques for a common sports injury

By Website Administrator | Feb 13, 2004

Football players and female athletes will jump for joy when researchers at Kettering University and McLaren Regional Medical Center complete their experiments into improving Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) surgery.

Football players and female athletes will jump for joy when researchers at Kettering University and McLaren Regional Medical Center complete their experiments into improving Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) surgery.

Master's degree a perfect fit

By Website Administrator | Feb 13, 2004

Pamela Mader, plant manager at General Motors Morraine Assembly Plant in Ohio, is a classic example of a Kettering/GM-TEP master's degree candidate. In addition to her demanding career she has five-year-old twins (a boy and a girl) at home, who "help her study" by going to bed on time.

Pamela Mader, plant manager at General Motors Morraine Assembly Plant in Ohio, is a classic example of a Kettering/GM-TEP master's degree candidate. In addition to her demanding career she has five-year-old twins (a boy and a girl) at home, who "help her study" by going to bed on time.

The Peace Corps brings a '98 grad full circle

By Website Administrator | Feb 20, 2004

For Robin Vacha '98, a period of service overseas for the Peace Corps has helped him craft a personal and professional life enriched by experiences that have brought him full circle to where he began his career.

For Robin Vacha '98, a period of service overseas for the Peace Corps has helped him craft a personal and professional life enriched by experiences that have brought him full circle to where he began his career.

Smoking regulations change

By Website Administrator | Feb 20, 2004

There will be changes at Kettering University starting Monday, Feb. 23, that may affect the daily routines of smokers. The University has recently become aware of a Genesee County smoking regulation which will go into effect Feb. 23.

There will be changes at Kettering University starting Monday, Feb. 23, that may affect the daily routines of smokers. The University has recently become aware of a Genesee County smoking regulation which will go into effect Feb. 23.

The road not taken

By Website Administrator | Feb 24, 2004

For Robin Vacha '98, a period of service overseas for the Peace Corps has helped him craft a personal and professional life enriched by experiences that have brought him full circle to where he began his career.

For Robin Vacha '98, a period of service overseas for the Peace Corps has helped him craft a personal and professional life enriched by experiences that have brought him full circle to where he began his career.

OnStar president visits

By Website Administrator | Feb 25, 2004

Chet Huber '77, president of OnStar, talked to a roomful of students and staff Feb.12 during a Student Alumni Council presentation.

Chet Huber '77, president of OnStar, talked to a roomful of students and staff Feb.12 during a Student Alumni Council presentation.

February 2004