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- Kettering Perspective on Fall 2010 issue of Kettering Perspective available for download
Monthly Archives: August 2010
A PDF file of the Summer 2010 issue of Kettering Perspective is now available for download. Also, all of the articles the summer issue are available online here.
By Dawn Hibbard (810) 762-9865 email@example.com The Lives Improve Through Engineering (LITE) program at Kettering University received the 2010 Women in Engineering ProActive Network (WEPAN) Women in Engineering Initiative Award for advancing women in engineering and creating an environment where … Continue reading
Editor’s note: The Beecher Tornado of June 8, 1953, is considered one of the worst in U.S. history. According to the Fujita Scale, which scientifically rates the strength of storms, the Beecher Tornado was an F5, the highest rating given … Continue reading
John Fernandez, President Barack Obama’s assistant secretary of Commerce for Economic Development, visited Kettering in late March as part of his tour of southeast Michigan. He also visited Ann Arbor and Detroit. Fernandez met with community leaders in Kettering’s new … Continue reading
Ninety-seven percent of people installing a car seat make a mistake – are you one of them? As of mid May there are 16 more certified car seat checkers in Genesee County who can tell you if you are. The … Continue reading
A visit to China in mid-April by a Kettering delegation will keep business opportunities swirling onto Kettering’s campus for a long time.
Two Grand Rapids companies, ATEK Medical Corp. and Dematic Corp., received special recognitions from Kettering University during a corporate partner appreciation reception in May at the Centennial Country Club in Grand Rapids.
Two Kettering University students earned selection to serve on Flint Mayor Dayne Walling’s Student Cabinet. Andrew Sullivan of Grand Blanc and Michael Berezny of Flint are part of the cabinet providing ongoing input into city affairs and serving on the … Continue reading
In March, about 20 alumni and active members met in the Campus Center to volunteer their time to call every past Sigma Nu and Delta Chi Rho member. The “telethon” lasted four hours and we made contact with more than … Continue reading