May 2010

WWII spy games

By Website Administrator | May 6, 2010

Alumnus Richard Gottleber '48 reminisces about his role aboard a B-24 bomber during World War II dropping spies behind enemy lines and the friendships with three spies that have lasted a lifetime.

Alumnus Richard Gottleber '48 reminisces about his role aboard a B-24 bomber during World War II dropping spies behind enemy lines and the friendships with three spies that have lasted a lifetime.

Grand Rapids friends

By Website Administrator | May 12, 2010

Two companies from Grand Rapids have been honored for their support and service to Kettering's co-op students. ATEK Medical Corp. is the Employer of the Year and Dematic Corp. is the recipient of the Heritage Award.

Two companies from Grand Rapids have been honored for their support and service to Kettering's co-op students. ATEK Medical Corp. is the Employer of the Year and Dematic Corp. is the recipient of the Heritage Award.

Formula for success

By Website Administrator | May 12, 2010

Kettering's Formula racing team has high hopes for their vehicle at this year's Formula SAE International competition May 12 through 15 at the Michigan International Speedway.

Kettering's Formula racing team has high hopes for their vehicle at this year's Formula SAE International competition May 12 through 15 at the Michigan International Speedway.

China 2010

By Website Administrator | May 13, 2010

Kettering University has formed a strategic alliance with China's CATARC, thanks to the efforts of Provost Michael Harris and his two-member delegation that also cemented a relationship with SGMW and more.

Kettering University has formed a strategic alliance with China's CATARC, thanks to the efforts of Provost Michael Harris and his two-member delegation that also cemented a relationship with SGMW and more.

Keeping kids safe

By Website Administrator | May 14, 2010

The latest crop of certified car seat checkers trained at Kettering "test drove" their new skills at a free car seat check May 15. Volunteer car seat checkers are making kids safer on the road.

The latest crop of certified car seat checkers trained at Kettering "test drove" their new skills at a free car seat check May 15. Volunteer car seat checkers are making kids safer on the road.

The gift of vision

By Website Administrator | May 17, 2010

Kettering's Pre-med Club worked with a local optometrist to collect donated prescription glasses to help to give low income people in Mexico the gift of better vision.

Kettering's Pre-med Club worked with a local optometrist to collect donated prescription glasses to help to give low income people in Mexico the gift of better vision.

Recognition for Physics Dept.

By Website Administrator | May 20, 2010

Dr. Bahram Roughani, department head of Physics at Kettering, is among the handful of physics leaders around the country that have been invited in June to a special national summit by the American Institute of Physics.

Dr. Bahram Roughani, department head of Physics at Kettering, is among the handful of physics leaders around the country that have been invited in June to a special national summit by the American Institute of Physics.

$1.6 million gift

By Website Administrator | May 24, 2010

The Kern Family Foundation has awarded Kettering a $1,651,000 grant to help create a new generation of entrepreneurial-minded engineers.

The Kern Family Foundation has awarded Kettering a $1,651,000 grant to help create a new generation of entrepreneurial-minded engineers.

NOT lost in translation

By Website Administrator | May 27, 2010

Kettering will soon offer for-credit foreign language classes in Chinese and German, giving students an edge in the global marketplace.

Kettering will soon offer for-credit foreign language classes in Chinese and German, giving students an edge in the global marketplace.

May 2010