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Category Archives: Spring 2011
Six Kettering University students took top honors at Collegiate DECA’s (Delta Epsilon Chi) State Career Development Conference in Battle Creek on Feb. 11-13. They qualified for the international competition in April in Florida.
The Kettering University Board of Trustees approved the following faculty promotions effective July 1, 2011.
By Robert Marias This past year has been full of significant accomplishments for our Greek Community. We have focused on the values of our respective organizations and the collective standards to which all fraternities and sororities have agreed to strive … Continue reading
Fifteen universities from the U.S. and Canada, including Kettering, fielded teams during the 2011 SAE Clean Snowmobile Challenge March 7-12 at Michigan Technological University’s Keweenaw Research Center in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. Kettering’s team is advised by Dr. Greg Davis, professor … Continue reading
MAGMA – the Michigan Academy for Green Mobility Alliance – has united some of the state’s most important companies and universities to help displaced workers join the emerging green mobility economy. Kettering University hosted MAGMA’s quarterly meeting Feb. 11, organized … Continue reading
What do computer geeks, former business owners, college students and moms have in common? Neil Sheridan. Sheridan is Kettering University’s TechWorks Technology Accelerator director and a former business consultant. The unlikely group listed above includes “students” of Kettering’s free Tech … Continue reading
A three-team alliance from southeast Michigan won the Kettering University FIRST Robotics District Competition March 5 in Flint.
The city of Flint has hopeful news when it comes to job growth, and Flint Mayor Dayne Walling chose The Innovation Center at Kettering University as the backdrop to announce those encouraging numbers in a news conference Feb. 4.
It’s been years in the making, but Dr. Mohamed El-Sayed was determined to build a lab that can shake things up – literally. Commonly referred to as the “Shaker Lab,” the Vehicle Durability and Integration Lab at Kettering University was … Continue reading
Two Kettering faculty members recently published new textbooks. Dr. Leszek Gawarecki, Applied Mathematics Department head, worked with Michigan State University faculty member Dr. Vidyadhar Mandrekar to turn their research into a textbook. Mandrekar was Gawarecki’s Ph.D. thesis advisor at Michigan … Continue reading