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Dee Leopold, Harvard Business School’s Dean of Admissions, recently expressed her affinity for Kettering students in an interview: Leopold and her colleagues promote 2+2 with visits to about 60 college campuses a year, not all of them traditional Harvard feeder … Continue reading
Three Kettering students were named winners of the 2011 Italian Machine Tool Technology Award. They were among just eight college students nationally to receive the award.
Two Kettering University faculty members have been awarded the Oswald International Faculty Fellowships for 2011-2012. Dr. Jennifer Aurandt, assistant professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry, and Dr. Craig Hoff, professor of Mechanical Engineering, will each receive a $5,000 fellowship to sponsor … Continue reading
The Los Angeles Times has a story about changes in the technology used in making college baseball bats, and Kettering professor Dan Russell is quoted: As early as last spring, Daniel Russell, an associate professor of applied physics at Kettering … Continue reading
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
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
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.
Echoing the sentiments frequently articulated by his students, Dr. Ilya Kudish, professor of Mathematics at Kettering University, said doing the research for his recently completed book on tribology was more fun than writing the 900-plus page tome, “Modeling and Analytical … Continue reading
Robert Marias, director of Greek Life and Community Service at Kettering University, was recently recognized as Greek Advisor of the Year for the National Pan-Hellenic Council, Inc., at their 80th Anniversary Conference in Washington, D.C., held in May of this … Continue reading