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Multidisciplinary approach brings benefits

By Website Administrator | Apr 29, 2004
As an academic and professional field, engineering is challenging. Some might characterize their experience majoring in engineering during college as daunting and exhaustive, while others might use ... Read More

Students are international champs

By Website Administrator | Apr 29, 2004
Kettering Students earned four awards at the International Career Development Conference in Nashville, Tennessee, April 14 to 17. Fourteen members of Kettering University's two chapters of Delta ... Read More

Major Sobey Memorial Golf Outing

By Website Administrator | Apr 29, 2004
The 18th annual Major Sobey Memorial Golf Outing will be Friday, June 4, at Greystone Golf Club and Twin Lakes Golf & Swim Club in Rochester, Mich., sponsored by the Kettering/GMI Alumni ... Read More

FIRST friends gather in Atlanta

By Website Administrator | Apr 22, 2004
Kettering University had a number of alumni and friends participating at last week's 2004 FIRST Robotics International Championships, hosted at the George Dome in Atlanta. The April 15-17 event ... Read More

Jim McCaslin '74, of Harley Davidson, at Kettering

By Website Administrator | Apr 22, 2004
Jim McCaslin '74, president and COO of Harley Davison Motor Co., along with alums Eilene Jarosz '84 and Earl Werner '68, both of Harley, visited campus April 20. McCaslin presented a talk to a ... Read More

Investing in the best

By Website Administrator | Apr 22, 2004
Kettering University continued its tradition of recruiting the country's top science, math and engineering students when it awarded $180,000 in scholarships during the international robotics finals ... Read More

Human Rights Watch Film Festival

By Website Administrator | Apr 15, 2004
Issues of personal freedom, government's role in public health and the effects of totalitarianism on a generation are just some of the topics that will brought out into the cold light of day in the ... Read More

Levin shares insights on manufacturing

By Website Administrator | Apr 15, 2004
United States Senator Carl Levin (D-Detroit) held a meeting Tuesday, April 13, in Kettering's Women's Resource Center with local industry executives and representatives of the UAW about several ... Read More

IT improvements add up

By Website Administrator | Apr 15, 2004
Change is in the air at Kettering, and it has nothing to do with spring. The University's IT Department has implemented a number of technological upgrades during the last nine months designed to help ... Read More

Researching academic dishonesty

By Website Administrator | Apr 15, 2004
College students cheat. Not all of them, but a large percentage engage in some form of academic dishonesty. Doesn't matter what discipline they study. The pressure to achieve high marks is ... Read More

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