13 receive Kettering Technology Award
Kettering alumni have developed the Kettering University Technology Award to recognize high school students gifted in science and math.
Thirteen high school juniors in Michigan, New York and Ohio have received the Kettering University Technology Award for their academic prowess in math, science and technology.
Demand for graduates in careers in engineering, mathematics, technology and the sciences is strong and continues to grow, nationally and globally. Kettering/GMI alumni, recognizing that Kettering is uniquely positioned to address this demand, developed the Technology Award to identify young talent that can meet this demand.
The 2008 Technology Award recipients are:
Timothy Curran, of Grand Rapids, MI
Lucie Salyer, of Thompsonville, MI
Danielle Haydell, of East Jordan, MI
Nate Johnson, of Traverse City, MI
Katharine Segula, of Pinckney, MI
Chris T. Elias, of Howell, MI
Cooper R. Green, of Howell, MI
Rode E. Donohue, of Conesus, NY
Kevin Teays, of Spring Lake, MI
Jonathon Ferris, of Ada, MI
Corinne Jaskiewicz, of Grand Rapids, MI
Gerrit VanCoevering, of Grand Rapids, MI
Brandon Hayzlett, of Beachwood, OH
Each student received a bronze medallion with the Kettering seal and portfolio personalized with their name. These students may qualify for Kettering’s Merit Scholarship and are encouraged to apply for admission to the university.
To learn more about this program, contact Michele Loper, director of Annual Giving, at firstname.lastname@example.org.