October 2007

The University is open Tuesday.

By Website Administrator | Oct 1, 2007

Kettering University will re-open on Tuesday, Oct. 2.

Kettering University will re-open on Tuesday, Oct. 2.

Bluetooth anyone?

By Website Administrator | Oct 2, 2007

Sinking their teeth into a new technology, Kettering students use Bluetooth to analyze the sweet spot on tennis racquets.

Sinking their teeth into a new technology, Kettering students use Bluetooth to analyze the sweet spot on tennis racquets.

Revving the entrepreneurship engine

By Website Administrator | Oct 5, 2007

Kettering University's e-Kettering Initiative receives a second $50,000 grant from the Kern Family Foundation to further enhance entrepreneurship education for engineering, science and management students at the institution.

Kettering University's e-Kettering Initiative receives a second $50,000 grant from the Kern Family Foundation to further enhance entrepreneurship education for engineering, science and management students at the institution.

You CAN go home again

By Website Administrator | Oct 5, 2007

Dr. Petros Gheresus continues to make a difference to the people of his homeland, by taking his expertise home to Eritrea.

Dr. Petros Gheresus continues to make a difference to the people of his homeland, by taking his expertise home to Eritrea.

Greening public transportation

By Website Administrator | Oct 12, 2007

Kettering is helping Flint's Mass Transportation Authority explore the greening of public buses.

Kettering is helping Flint's Mass Transportation Authority explore the greening of public buses.

New Robots at Kettering University

By Website Administrator | Oct 12, 2007

Seven were initiated into the A-Section Robots Society, which recognizes leadership on campus.

Seven were initiated into the A-Section Robots Society, which recognizes leadership on campus.

Immune system engineering

By Website Administrator | Oct 12, 2007

World-known author Dr. William Miller brings his lessons on the fourth generation of innovation management to campus during a lecture co-hosted by Kettering, Baker College, Mott Community College and the University of Michigan-Flint.

World-known author Dr. William Miller brings his lessons on the fourth generation of innovation management to campus during a lecture co-hosted by Kettering, Baker College, Mott Community College and the University of Michigan-Flint.

Benchmarking bio-fuels

By Website Administrator | Oct 19, 2007

A Kettering researcher is working to standardize the bio-fuel industry and leveling the playing field in fuel economy.

A Kettering researcher is working to standardize the bio-fuel industry and leveling the playing field in fuel economy.

Rube Goldberg electrified

By Website Administrator | Oct 19, 2007

Kettering students created electrical versions of Rube Goldberg contraptions for their senior Electrical Engineering project - the results would have made Goldberg himself proud.

Kettering students created electrical versions of Rube Goldberg contraptions for their senior Electrical Engineering project - the results would have made Goldberg himself proud.

Breaking ground for innovation

By Website Administrator | Oct 26, 2007

Kettering will construct a new Science & Technology Incubator building to expand the area's culture of entrepreneurship and support economic re-development.

Kettering will construct a new Science & Technology Incubator building to expand the area's culture of entrepreneurship and support economic re-development.

Improving the powertrain

By Website Administrator | Oct 26, 2007

Kettering is part of an alliance awarded a $4.9-million federal grant to enable automakers to improve the speed and precision with which they measure component quality.

Kettering is part of an alliance awarded a $4.9-million federal grant to enable automakers to improve the speed and precision with which they measure component quality.

October 2007