November 2005

U.S. News & World Report

By Website Administrator | Nov 4, 2005

#1 for the sixth year in a row!! Top Ten for overall ranking!!! Mechanical Engineering in the Top Five nationally!!

#1 for the sixth year in a row!! Top Ten for overall ranking!!! Mechanical Engineering in the Top Five nationally!!

Beating high gas prices

By Website Administrator | Nov 4, 2005

What gets up to 51 miles to the gallon and smells like doughnuts? Most likely it's one of three Kettering students' re-engineered bio-diesel vehicles running on used bakery oil.

What gets up to 51 miles to the gallon and smells like doughnuts? Most likely it's one of three Kettering students' re-engineered bio-diesel vehicles running on used bakery oil.

New technologies need new math

By Website Administrator | Nov 4, 2005

Traditional mathematical equations to rapidly calculate heat transfer don't work with new technologies like lasers. A Kettering undergrad developed a numerical solution to the problem with a little help from his professor.

Traditional mathematical equations to rapidly calculate heat transfer don't work with new technologies like lasers. A Kettering undergrad developed a numerical solution to the problem with a little help from his professor.

Employment is 'on the ups'

By Website Administrator | Nov 4, 2005

38 companies and 200 students continue to spark Kettering's highest co-op employment rate in a decade

38 companies and 200 students continue to spark Kettering's highest co-op employment rate in a decade

1,200 visitors attend 'Discover Kettering'

By Website Administrator | Nov 7, 2005

400 prospective students bring friends and family to tour campus

400 prospective students bring friends and family to tour campus

No meandering in learning

By Website Administrator | Nov 11, 2005

Because of his academic diligence and thirst for learning, Kettering University graduate William Sommerville '05 produced what his co-op advisors describe as a Ph.D. level senior thesis project in just a few short years. The result? Possibly the world's smallest radio.

Because of his academic diligence and thirst for learning, Kettering University graduate William Sommerville '05 produced what his co-op advisors describe as a Ph.D. level senior thesis project in just a few short years. The result? Possibly the world's smallest radio.

Eaton gives another $10,000

By Website Administrator | Nov 11, 2005

Ongoing donation support fuel cell development efforts.

Ongoing donation support fuel cell development efforts.

Commencement set for Dec. 10

By Website Administrator | Nov 11, 2005

290 undergraduates and 67 master's candidates will graduate as Kettering also honors computer pioneer Steve Wozniak.

290 undergraduates and 67 master's candidates will graduate as Kettering also honors computer pioneer Steve Wozniak.

Sugar & Adrenaline

By Website Administrator | Nov 15, 2005

Mixing loud music, sugar and waaaaaay too much caffeine - WKUF sponsors a battle of the bands.

Mixing loud music, sugar and waaaaaay too much caffeine - WKUF sponsors a battle of the bands.

3 modern labs coming to ECE

By Website Administrator | Nov 18, 2005

The space may be empty now, but upgraded facilities are coming soon for students in Electrical and Computer Engineering.

The space may be empty now, but upgraded facilities are coming soon for students in Electrical and Computer Engineering.

Kettering hosts German delegation

By Website Administrator | Nov 18, 2005

German politicians and business leaders visited Kettering in a cultural and technological exchange.

German politicians and business leaders visited Kettering in a cultural and technological exchange.

Analyzing chronic pain

By Website Administrator | Nov 18, 2005

Kettering research continues to explore the use of technologies to unravel the causes of Fibromyalgia Syndrome. The newest technology involves decoding the function of the brain by analyzing electroencephalographic (EEG) readings.

Kettering research continues to explore the use of technologies to unravel the causes of Fibromyalgia Syndrome. The newest technology involves decoding the function of the brain by analyzing electroencephalographic (EEG) readings.

Kildee aids fuel cell development in Michigan

By Website Administrator | Nov 23, 2005

Congressman Kildee was instrumental in securing $500,000 for fuel cell research and development through Kettering's Fuel Cell Commercialization Incubator (FCCI).

Congressman Kildee was instrumental in securing $500,000 for fuel cell research and development through Kettering's Fuel Cell Commercialization Incubator (FCCI).

The power of one

By Website Administrator | Nov 23, 2005

Kettering got an early start on the holiday season thanks to Campus Safety Officer Charles Keeler, who decided to show the community that Kettering cares about its hometown.

Kettering got an early start on the holiday season thanks to Campus Safety Officer Charles Keeler, who decided to show the community that Kettering cares about its hometown.

Building environmental consciousness

By Website Administrator | Nov 25, 2005

A National Science Foundation grant of $100,000 helps Kettering teach students about the importance of remaining environmentally conscious in the engineering and manufacturing process.

A National Science Foundation grant of $100,000 helps Kettering teach students about the importance of remaining environmentally conscious in the engineering and manufacturing process.

November 2005