September 2005

Developing critical thinkers

By Website Administrator | Sep 1, 2005

Engineering studies at Kettering University teach students important analytical and critical thinking skills for fields outside of Engineering.

Engineering studies at Kettering University teach students important analytical and critical thinking skills for fields outside of Engineering.

2005 Kettering Kickoff is Sept. 17

By Website Administrator | Sep 1, 2005

Tomorrow's engineers will test their skills during the Sixth Annual Kettering Kickoff on Sept. 17, a high school robotics contest.

Tomorrow's engineers will test their skills during the Sixth Annual Kettering Kickoff on Sept. 17, a high school robotics contest.

For the birds

By Website Administrator | Sep 1, 2005

Vince Bandurski '64 and his wife, Marilyn, experience empty nest syndrome three times a year.

Vince Bandurski '64 and his wife, Marilyn, experience empty nest syndrome three times a year.

Katrina hits home at Kettering

By Website Administrator | Sep 12, 2005

Kettering students and alumni have been directly and indirectly impacted by the hurricane more than 1,100 miles away. Here are some of their stories.

Kettering students and alumni have been directly and indirectly impacted by the hurricane more than 1,100 miles away. Here are some of their stories.

Celebrating Constitution Day

By Website Administrator | Sep 14, 2005

Kettering joins the nation in honoring the country's most important document.

Kettering joins the nation in honoring the country's most important document.

Alaskan upbringing

By Website Administrator | Sep 16, 2005

The Land of the Midnight Sun taught Kettering student Lee Williams to respect nature AND the machines that ensure survival in the wilderness.

The Land of the Midnight Sun taught Kettering student Lee Williams to respect nature AND the machines that ensure survival in the wilderness.

A young woman with a vision

By Website Administrator | Sep 16, 2005

Ramona Wildgoose will return to the Bahamas hoping to stake her claim to a business empire.

Ramona Wildgoose will return to the Bahamas hoping to stake her claim to a business empire.

Team Phoenix wins Kettering Kickoff

By Website Administrator | Sep 19, 2005

An alliance of robotics teams from Saginaw, Pontiac and Allen Park win the 2005 robotics contest.

An alliance of robotics teams from Saginaw, Pontiac and Allen Park win the 2005 robotics contest.

Sigma Chi makes BIG donation

By Website Administrator | Sep 19, 2005

Sigma Chi fraternity at Kettering put a lot of energy into their annual fundraiser, Derby Days, to benefit the Children's Miracle Network, and their hard work paid big dividends.

Sigma Chi fraternity at Kettering put a lot of energy into their annual fundraiser, Derby Days, to benefit the Children's Miracle Network, and their hard work paid big dividends.

Shelter from Rita

By Website Administrator | Sep 22, 2005

Kettering's A and B Section students impacted by Hurricane Rita can find shelter in Thompson Hall. Click here for more information.

Kettering's A and B Section students impacted by Hurricane Rita can find shelter in Thompson Hall. Click here for more information.

Inward look benefits Kettering Business students

By Website Administrator | Sep 23, 2005

Re-accreditation of Kettering University's Business Program helps the institution draw upon its strengths to provide an educational experience that offers several advantages over other programs throughout the U.S.

Re-accreditation of Kettering University's Business Program helps the institution draw upon its strengths to provide an educational experience that offers several advantages over other programs throughout the U.S.

Periscope up

By Website Administrator | Sep 23, 2005

Submarines in the Recreation Center pool, soldering irons and laptops scattered on the pool deck - it must be an Electrical Engineering capstone project in process.

Submarines in the Recreation Center pool, soldering irons and laptops scattered on the pool deck - it must be an Electrical Engineering capstone project in process.

Berry is Emerging Leader of 2005

By Website Administrator | Sep 27, 2005

Dr. K. Joel Berry was chosen as the Emerging Leader of the Year for 2005 by Automation Alley.

Dr. K. Joel Berry was chosen as the Emerging Leader of the Year for 2005 by Automation Alley.

Freedom and fear - the first year

By Website Administrator | Sep 30, 2005

College freshmen experience a heady mixture of freedom and fear their first year away from home. Four Kettering Residence Hall Assistants offer advice for surviving it.

College freshmen experience a heady mixture of freedom and fear their first year away from home. Four Kettering Residence Hall Assistants offer advice for surviving it.

Leveraging the strengths of others

By Website Administrator | Sep 30, 2005

Xerox executive Aqua Porter '84 hopes to inspire a new generation of leaders.

Xerox executive Aqua Porter '84 hopes to inspire a new generation of leaders.

Going with the flow

By Website Administrator | Sep 30, 2005

Researching air flow dynamics is not everyone's idea of a summer vacation, but Kettering graduate student Richard Anderson thought it was great.

Researching air flow dynamics is not everyone's idea of a summer vacation, but Kettering graduate student Richard Anderson thought it was great.

Recognizing excellence

By Website Administrator | Sep 30, 2005

Kettering University honored three professors with Outstanding Teaching Awards and one receives the Rodes Professorship.

Kettering University honored three professors with Outstanding Teaching Awards and one receives the Rodes Professorship.

September 2005