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- Casey on Green Heat: Kettering earns grant from Ford Motor Company Fund
- Kettering Perspective on Fall 2010 issue of Kettering Perspective available for download
Monthly Archives: February 2010
A PDF file of the Winter 2010 issue of Kettering Perspective is now available for download. Also, all of the articles the winter issue are available online here.
Please send your class notes and class agent information to Jenniffer Major, firstname.lastname@example.org, to your class secretary or visit Kettering’s alumni website and use the Class Notes submission form. The Kettering Perspective encourages alumni to included photos with their notes. … Continue reading
Richard Gottleber endured five bombing missions as a B-24 bombardier/navigator when he and his crew received new orders. “We weren’t very successful during those missions,” the Frankenmuth resident recalled, adding that on their fifth and final bombing mission, the lead … Continue reading
A few weeks ago I was sitting around reminiscing with some friends. We all graduated from high school together, but some of us had known each other since grade school. As we were talking about the “good old days” I … Continue reading
What does the soap box derby have in common with Olympic bobsledding?
This column provides the latest information regarding the Kettering University giving societies.
Dr. Jackie El-Sayed, a professor of Mechanical Engineering, served in the prestigious American Council on Education Fellows Program and spent an incredible year matched with world-class mentors from higher education. Now back at Kettering University in Flint, she is sharing … Continue reading
What does Dr. Bahram Roughani, department chair for Physics at Kettering University, have in common with Harry Belafonte, Lech Walesa, Spike Lee, Cesar Chavez and Margaret Meade? He will joined the ranks of featured speakers for the Ballenger Eminent Persons … Continue reading
Thirteen students were honored at the 13th Annual Woman of the Year Recognition Banquet, a program of the Clara Elizabeth Davidson Women’s Resource Center at Kettering University.
Dr. Christine Levecq’s latest book focuses on the period of 1770-1850, but the ramifications of its subject matter are still felt in American society today. Levecq, an assistant professor of Liberal Studies at Kettering University, published “Slavery and Sentiment: The … Continue reading