Thanks to a donation totaling approximately $10,000 worth of equipment and hardware, students in Kettering University’s ergonomics class now have a replica of a Chrysler 200 steering column and ... Read More
Work has begun to turn BJ’s and the Student Commuter Lounge on the first floor of the Campus Center into an inviting and technology-rich social venue at Kettering University.
“Our primary goal is ... Read More
Kettering University is collaborating with Intech Energy Storage Corporation (IESC) of Toronto, Canada, to test the critical characteristics of, and experimentally fabricate, a newly designed ... Read More
Kettering University and more than 1,400 organizations in 111 countries are combining energies in 2013 to promote the International Year of Statistics (Statistics2013), a worldwide initiative that ... Read More
Kettering’s Engineers Without Borders B-Section (EWB-B) Chapter is back in the South African village of Vukuzenzele to continue their work bringing clean, safe drinking water to the village, ... Read More
Shar Puskala ’01 was the project manager for a team that developed disposable laparoscopic scissors that are compatible with a newly launched take-apart instrument line at CareFusion. Puskala, a ... Read More
Kettering University’s historic automotive legacy was part of the 2013 North American International Auto Show, which was Jan. 14-27 at Detroit’s Cobo Center. Kettering, one of the nation’s ... Read More
One of the benefits of a Kettering University education is its customizability. Senior Jacob Yonker, a Mechanical Engineering major, is a great example.
Not finding a senior capstone class that ... Read More
It may not make headlines, but rolling contact fatigue is a major issue for devices and machines with gears, bearings, and other parts involved in frequent motion – in other words – almost all ... Read More