Kettering student James MacLaren recently talked to Matt Roush of CBS Detroit about his co-op. See the video here.
Monthly Archive: August 2011
Kettering professors and students will soon have a new alternative fuel facility for research and testing. Flint’s Mass Transit Authority broke ground Tuesday on a first-of-its-kind hydrogen, propane and electric fueling station at Maple Road and South Dort Highway. Officials hope to power the fuel facility using a solar farm. Read more in the Flint …
Kettering seniors, you have been invited to become a charter member of Kettering’s newly formed chapter of The Pledge of the Computing Professional. Membership is open to all seniors in computing-related disciplines. Dr. Jim Huggins is the faculty advisor. Read more.
Congratulations to Kettnetic Thunder for officially achieving team status at Kettering University. The Ultimate Frisbee Team now has a recognized merged roster of both sections and financial flexibility to help them with their future competitive seasons. Major thanks to Ken Kaminski and Zach Johnson for their dedication and presentations over the last two years. We look …
Two representatives of the Alpha Gamma Chapter of the Fraternity of Phi Gamma Delta at Kettering University were recently recognized with national awards for the 2010-11 school year. Brenda Lemke received an honorable mention in the Crowder Cup for most outstanding faculty advisor, while Ed Kiell (2002) received distinguished service honors in the Coulter Cup recognizing service …