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Tau Beta Pi students create dog agility equipment for Genesee County Animal Control

By Patrick Hayes | Jul 6, 2015
Genesee County Animal Control volunteer coordinator Renea Kennedy plays with Utah using dog agility equipment built by Kettering University students.A group of Kettering University students recently ... Read More

Kettering University alumni employed at General Motors create endowed scholarship for students

By Patrick Hayes | Jun 29, 2015
Kettering President Dr. Robert K. McMahan, General Determination and GM CEO Mary Barra '85.More than 150 Kettering University alumni, including General Motors CEO Mary Barra ‘85, who are current GM ... Read More

Kettering University Formula SAE team finishes 26th at Lincoln competition

By Patrick Hayes | Jun 25, 2015
The Kettering University Formula SAE team finished 26th at the Lincoln Airpark competition.Despite a disappointing end to the competition, the Kettering University Formula SAE team finished 26th in ... Read More

Engineering Light: Simplified solar energy containers bring light to Pine Ridge Reservation

By Patrick Hayes | Jun 23, 2015
Vanessa Robinson '17 with children on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota.At first glance the plastic container looks similar to a lunch box. It’s tupperware with two latches connecting the ... Read More

Outstanding Thesis winner excited that project will benefit Flint community

By Patrick Hayes | Jun 19, 2015
Jeanette Smith '15 (left) is the recipient of the 2015 Outstanding Thesis Award.When Jeanette Smith ‘15 returned to Kettering University in the fall of 2013 to complete a thesis project, it had ... Read More

2015 Kettering University President’s Medalists, Sobey Scholars and Leaders Fellows announced

By Patrick Hayes | Jun 18, 2015
Top Row (left to right): Lance Byers, Julie Clark, Nathan Dwarshuis, Elizabeth Facemire, Lixi Liu, Lisa Mitchell; Bottom Row: Ryan Neph, John Oliver, Hayley Schuller, Jordan Syrowik, Hossein Tabrizi, ... Read More

One graduate will be spending 2015 Kettering University Commencement on a Navy destroyer

By Patrick Hayes | Jun 16, 2015
Jared Gaynier ‘15 won’t be walking on stage at the Connie and Jim John Recreation Center during commencement on June 20. He’s graduating but he won’t be present to collect his Mechanical ... Read More

Kettering University student commencement speaker focused on using degree to improve lives of others

By Patrick Hayes | Jun 15, 2015
Ryan Neph ‘15 wants his fellow Kettering University graduates this year to work for more than paycheck or solely focus on the 9-to-5 and the security of a long-term position in an amicable ... Read More

Two Kettering University faculty serve as Advanced Placement readers for College Board

By Patrick Hayes | Jun 15, 2015
Two Kettering University faculty members -- Dr. Jim Huggins (Computer Science) and Dr. Dan Ludwigsen (Physics) -- were selected to participate in the College Board’s annual Advanced Placement test ... Read More

Mechanical Engineering faculty examining systems issues for autonomous vehicles

By Patrick Hayes | Jun 11, 2015
Dr. Diane Peters is researching autonomous vehicles.The inevitable future of driving is autonomous vehicles according to Dr. Diane Peters, assistant professor of Mechanical Engineering at Kettering ... Read More