January 2007

Integrating Chemistry

By Website Administrator | Jan 2, 2007

Two new Chemistry degree programs at Kettering expand academic and professional opportunities for students.

Two new Chemistry degree programs at Kettering expand academic and professional opportunities for students.

The Muse celebrates

By Website Administrator | Jan 5, 2007

Kettering University's student literary journal The Muse celebrates a successful release of the sixth edition in December.

Kettering University's student literary journal The Muse celebrates a successful release of the sixth edition in December.

Kettering on the BIG screen

By Website Administrator | Jan 12, 2007

Kettering University will advertise at the 2007 North American International Auto Show in Detroit - placing three Kettering co-op students on giant digital screens on the walls of the Ponchatrain Hotel at the entrance to Cobo Hall.

Kettering University will advertise at the 2007 North American International Auto Show in Detroit - placing three Kettering co-op students on giant digital screens on the walls of the Ponchatrain Hotel at the entrance to Cobo Hall.

Gearing up globally

By Website Administrator | Jan 12, 2007

With world economies becoming more integrated each day, Kettering's new master's of science degree in Engineering Management prepares students for the global technical environment through advanced business education.

With world economies becoming more integrated each day, Kettering's new master's of science degree in Engineering Management prepares students for the global technical environment through advanced business education.

Heroes, mercenaries and unwilling brides

By Website Administrator | Jan 12, 2007

The Global Issues Film Festival returns to Flint, showing us more of the world in which we live.

The Global Issues Film Festival returns to Flint, showing us more of the world in which we live.

AIM receives $67,000

By Website Administrator | Jan 19, 2007

Kettering's Academically Interested Minorities (AIM) program receives three gifts to assist the pre-college program and invest in tomorrow's engineering leadership.

Kettering's Academically Interested Minorities (AIM) program receives three gifts to assist the pre-college program and invest in tomorrow's engineering leadership.

All in the family

By Website Administrator | Jan 19, 2007

A Kettering student and two alums make college and co-op a family affair at Cardinal Machine Company.

A Kettering student and two alums make college and co-op a family affair at Cardinal Machine Company.

Michigan's future

By Website Administrator | Jan 22, 2007

Local Michigan Democratic Representatives launched their vision to strengthen the state's future at a press conference on campus Jan. 22.

Local Michigan Democratic Representatives launched their vision to strengthen the state's future at a press conference on campus Jan. 22.

New donations enhance labs

By Website Administrator | Jan 26, 2007

New donations from MotoTron Inc. and GE Fanuc Automation provide important, state-of-the-art resources for faculty and student research in Electrical and Computer Engineering.

New donations from MotoTron Inc. and GE Fanuc Automation provide important, state-of-the-art resources for faculty and student research in Electrical and Computer Engineering.

Goodbye, old friend

By Website Administrator | Jan 26, 2007

Joe Spielman '68, Kettering's long-time key executive at General Motors, is roasted, toasted and thanked during his GM retirement dinner Jan. 24.

Joe Spielman '68, Kettering's long-time key executive at General Motors, is roasted, toasted and thanked during his GM retirement dinner Jan. 24.

January 2007