Ryan Neely, of Lake Orion, went the extra mile -- make that 100 miles -- on his bicycle to avoid having to run a marathon. Neely's high school friend James Haddrill wanted him to run in a marathon, ... Read More
Kettering University's Scharchburg Archives, along with Flint's Alfred P. Sloan Museum, the University of Michigan-Flint, Mott Community College, WFUM, Longway Planetarium, American Institute of ... Read More
Kettering retains #1 ranking in U.S. for Industrial/Manufacturing Engineering
Mechanical Engineering moves into Top 10 with #7 ranking in U.S.
Kettering overall rank moves to #16 in country!!
#1 and ... Read More
The grand opening for the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) is Tuesday, Oct. 2, in room 1-306, Academic Building. Activities for the celebration including opening remarks by Dr. ... Read More
Kettering has been challenged by Mott Community College, the University of Michigan-Flint and Baker College to a contest to benefit the American Red Cross Blood Drive Program. The four Flint ... Read More
The Kettering/GMI Alumni Association, President James E.A. John, and Philip J. Piette '50 will host an alumni gathering Monday, Sept. 24, from 6-8 p.m. in the Racquet Club of Chicago, 1365 N. ... Read More
Like most inventors, Dr. Lars Beholz has used every available resource including the kitchen stove. "I only gassed my wife and kids out of the house once," he proudly claims. None the worse for wear, ... Read More
Dr. Raghu Echempati, affectionately known by his students as Professor E, believes the balance between theory and practice makes Kettering University an ideal and unique place to teach and learn. ... Read More
Seth Woodward, a Kettering University senior who hails from Owensboro, Ky., has won the 2001 Carol Quandt Student Essay Contest sponsored by the Michigan Council for Cooperative Education (MCCE). He ... Read More