Dr. Petros “Pete” Gheresus was appointed to the Robert and Claire Reiss Chair of Industrial Engineering in September 2012.
The chair was established by Robert E. Reiss and his wife Claire to ... Read More
Since it was established just over a year ago, Kettering University’s Advanced Power Electronics Lab (APEL) in the Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) Department continues to become a major ... Read More
The hockey teams from the University of Michigan-Flint and Kettering University will face off in a rivalry game this week in what is expected to become a signature event for the two hockey programs. ... Read More
Kettering University alumnus Michael Groesbeck '02 will be competing in The Kong Off II Nov. 16-18 in Denver. The Kong Off is an annual competition spawned by the 2007 feature-length movie ‘King of ... Read More
The sounds of the Bosch Big Band and one of the world’s most famous trombone players will perform jazz, swing and a lively musical repertoire at a free concert at Kettering University on Tuesday, ... Read More
The fall open house at Kettering University on Saturday, Nov. 10, will show how Kettering’s faculty, laboratories and programs can provide “The Kettering Advantage” for students interested in ... Read More
Kettering University has added five more world-class advocates of experiential learning and professional cooperative education into the Co-op Hall of Fame.
Kettering alumni were among the 35 members ... Read More
The Ultimate Co-Op
The passion Kettering University Mechanical Engineering senior Ken Kaminski has for the sport of Ultimate is uncanny.
Kaminski is the B-section captain and a founder of the ... Read More
Students, faculty and staff members were recognized Oct. 4 during the Celebration of Excellence, an event to honor the accomplishments and achievements of the campus community. President Robert ... Read More