Perspective By Issue
- LARRY EGAN on Hall of Famer: Softball prowess nets alum Hall induction
- Dennis Schrader on About Kettering Perspective
- Kettering Perspective on Green Heat: Kettering earns grant from Ford Motor Company Fund
- 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: May 2011
A PDF file of the Spring 2011 issue of Kettering Perspective is now available for download. Also, all of the articles the spring issue are available in blog format 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
By Patrick Hayes With the auto industry increasingly focused on electric-based vehicles, Kettering University has positioned itself as one of only a few schools in the country preparing students in Hybrid Electric Vehicle (HEV) technology from an electrical engineering perspective.
By Dawn Hibbard Victoria Sprague couldn’t get enough of her co-op job last term, even spending non-working hours on site. Of course, the site was Disney World in Orlando, Fla., and her job was working as an engineer in the … Continue reading
By Patrick Hayes Softball has been a constant in the life of GMI/Kettering alum John Spring ’53. Spring, a Detroit native who earned his bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from GMI, is being inducted into the Michigan Sports Hall of … Continue reading
This column provides the latest information regarding the Kettering University giving societies.
There was already a lot of intrigue about the Chevrolet Volt, General Motors’ much-publicized Hybrid Electric Vehicle (HEV). Now that it has been named the Motor Trend 2011 Car of the Year, there is even more interest in the technology … Continue reading
The PPG Industries Foundation has donated $5,000 to Kettering University to support the Academically Interested Minds (AIM) and Lives Improve Through Engineering (LITE) pre-college summer programs for high school students who have completed 11th grade. “We are very pleased to … Continue reading
Jamalco Company officials in Jamaica have partnered with Kettering University to increase Jamaica’s technical manpower capacity. Representatives of the bauxite and alumina company and Kettering officials recently signed an agreement that will allow six Jamaican students to pursue engineering studies … Continue reading
Kettering University has received another $26,000 grant from The UPS Foundation, the charitable arm of UPS. The grant will contribute $10,000 to Kettering’s UPS Foundation Scholarships and $16,000 for students to participate in the Academically Interested Minorities (AIM) pre-college program … Continue reading