June 2009

Commencement is June 13

By Website Administrator | Jun 2, 2009

Kettering University will graduate almost 300 undergraduate and graduate students during ceremonies June 13. Former U.S. Ambassador to Sweden, Michael M. Wood, will receive an honorary degree.

Kettering University will graduate almost 300 undergraduate and graduate students during ceremonies June 13. Former U.S. Ambassador to Sweden, Michael M. Wood, will receive an honorary degree.

Michael M. Wood to speak at Commencement 6-13-09

By Website Administrator | Jun 2, 2009

Michael M. Wood to speak at commencement and receive an Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters.

Michael M. Wood to speak at commencement and receive an Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters.

Brothers in Arms

By Website Administrator | Jun 5, 2009

This is the second article in a series that honors the commitment and service of our graduates during WWII, and reminds us of the debt paid to secure our nation's freedom.

This is the second article in a series that honors the commitment and service of our graduates during WWII, and reminds us of the debt paid to secure our nation's freedom.

Preparing innovators

By Website Administrator | Jun 11, 2009

Kettering University is putting its intellectual and practical capabilities to work to be the national leader in the preparation of entrepreneurs and innovators.

Kettering University is putting its intellectual and practical capabilities to work to be the national leader in the preparation of entrepreneurs and innovators.

Commencement Photo Album

By Website Administrator | Jun 13, 2009

Families and friends came from as far away as Africa to celebrate with Kettering University's June graduates.

Families and friends came from as far away as Africa to celebrate with Kettering University's June graduates.

Huggins selected as AP reader for fifth time

By Website Administrator | Jun 18, 2009

Dr. Jim Huggins of Kettering University's Computer Science Dept. was once again selected to evaluate Advanced Placement exams, sponsored by the College Board.

Dr. Jim Huggins of Kettering University's Computer Science Dept. was once again selected to evaluate Advanced Placement exams, sponsored by the College Board.

The IE airplane road show

By Website Administrator | Jun 18, 2009

A workshop in March sponsored by the Kettering University chapter of the Institute of Industrial Engineers (IIE) helps high school students gain a clearer understanding of the roles industrial engineers play in the U.S. manufacturing industry.

A workshop in March sponsored by the Kettering University chapter of the Institute of Industrial Engineers (IIE) helps high school students gain a clearer understanding of the roles industrial engineers play in the U.S. manufacturing industry.

Innovation Challenge

By Website Administrator | Jun 18, 2009

Eleven innovation ideas were pitched and $2,000 in cash prizes handed out during the 2009 Innovation Challenge, which you can check out on Kettering's channel on YouTube.

Eleven innovation ideas were pitched and $2,000 in cash prizes handed out during the 2009 Innovation Challenge, which you can check out on Kettering's channel on YouTube.

EnGen collaboration

By Website Administrator | Jun 25, 2009

Kettering University is working with public university partners, including U-M-Flint, on a $35,000 grant that will Empower The Next ENtrepreneurial GENeration (EnGen) in Mid Michigan.

Kettering University is working with public university partners, including U-M-Flint, on a $35,000 grant that will Empower The Next ENtrepreneurial GENeration (EnGen) in Mid Michigan.

Building better car seats

By Website Administrator | Jun 30, 2009

Kettering University's Crash Safety Center worked with Dorel Juvenile Group to develop a ground-breaking new car seat safety technology that better protects kids in side impact crashes.

Kettering University's Crash Safety Center worked with Dorel Juvenile Group to develop a ground-breaking new car seat safety technology that better protects kids in side impact crashes.

June 2009