The Kettering Crash Safety (KCS) Center, established in 2005, is a non-profit laboratory operation at Kettering University.
KCS supports three key endeavors:
- Educating undergraduate, graduate, and practicing engineers
- Research, consulting , and testing for industry
- Awareness and education for the community
The Center is housed in the Mott Science and Engineering Center on the Kettering University campus in Flint, Michigan.
Read more about the Crash Safety Center.
One of the main endeavors of Kettering's Crash Safety Center is to provide education. KSC offers an opportunity for undergraduate and graduate students as well as practicing engineers to perform real crash safety tests and gather critical data. Read more about KSC education.