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- 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 2012
Kettering’s AIM Program has received another grant from the Math Association of America’s Tensor-SUMMA Program. A $5,700 grant, written by Dr. Leszek Gawarecki (Math), will help increase the representation of minorities in the study of mathematics.
Dr. Mohamed El-Sayed (ME) played a key role in the innovative new technology on Flint’s fuel cell bus and in the new MTA Alternative Fuel Facility, that had its grand opening May 21. Read more on MTA and Kettering.
Gary Butters ’76 sends this note: I am President of Befour, Inc., a manufacturer of scales for the healthcare, sports and fitness markets, which I have owned for the past 10 years. In additional to our fine line of scales, … Continue reading
From a company news release: TROY, Mich., May 22, 2012 – Munro & Associates, a consulting engineering firm specializing in predictive design and manufacturing methods, recently appointed Gerald (Gerry) S. Bryce as a director of business development based at the … Continue reading
Paul Woodson was among the many students who helped at the ‘Discover Kettering’ open house that attracted 400+ visitors and 166 families Saturday. Prospective students learned about The Kettering Advantage at popular Students Speak panel discussions. See photos on Facebook.
Kettering graduates Richard Johnson and Christa L. Glassburn both recently discussed the ‘insourcing’ trend — companies bringing back formerly outsources manufacturing jobs to America — in a story on the Kettering University website. Read the full story here.
Kettering University’s Dr. Corneliu Rablau, associate professor of Physics, became the chair-elect of the Ohio-Region Section of the American Physical Society (OSAPS) during the spring meeting at Ohio State University in Columbus, April 13-14. Read the news release here.
Kimberly S. Williams has been elected as co-president of The Southern Automotive Women’s Forum. From the news release: Co-President Kimberly S. Williams is the Director of Manufacturing for Calsonic Kansei’s Manufacturing Sites in Shelbyville, TN. Originally from Woodbury, TN, she received … Continue reading
The St. Catharine’s (Ontario) Standard has a nice feature story on Dave Drew, a Kettering graduate who is now a successful horse trainer and breeder. From the story: With retirement in 2003, he moved his volunteer efforts toward the horse-racing … Continue reading
Chuck Croskey is the new chairman of the board of directors at Guardian Industries. From the Detroit Free Press: A board member since 2010, Croskey has been with the company since 1970, most recently as group vice president responsible for … Continue reading