Grateful honors

By Website Administrator | Sep 11, 2009

Kettering University said a special thank you of appreciation to Richard Light '57, Stephen McEwen '54, Sun Microsystems and UPS at the Third Annual President's Appreciation Dinner Sept. 10.

Kettering University said a special thank you of appreciation to Richard Light '57, Stephen McEwen '54, Sun Microsystems and UPS at the Third Annual President's Appreciation Dinner Sept. 10.

Bulldog roundup

By Website Administrator | Sep 15, 2009

Bulldog Alumni Reunion Weekend at Kettering University was almost more fun than ought to be allowed. Hundreds of alumni returned to campus to remember their youth and share their life stories with old friends.

Bulldog Alumni Reunion Weekend at Kettering University was almost more fun than ought to be allowed. Hundreds of alumni returned to campus to remember their youth and share their life stories with old friends.

Medical Physics comes to Kettering

By Website Administrator | Oct 5, 2009

Kettering University alumnus Victor Hosfeld '05 will be walking the halls again this term, but this time he'll be giving the lessons in the first Medical Physics course offered on campus.

Kettering University alumnus Victor Hosfeld '05 will be walking the halls again this term, but this time he'll be giving the lessons in the first Medical Physics course offered on campus.

Financial Summit

By Website Administrator | Oct 7, 2009

Kettering University will host a Financial Summit Oct. 10 that features alumnus Harry Lange of Fidelity's Magellan Fund.

Kettering University will host a Financial Summit Oct. 10 that features alumnus Harry Lange of Fidelity's Magellan Fund.

Co-op: the perfect stimulus plan

By Website Administrator | Nov 17, 2009

In today's economy, Kettering University's cooperative education program can offer economic advantages as a personalized stimulus plan for almost any company.

In today's economy, Kettering University's cooperative education program can offer economic advantages as a personalized stimulus plan for almost any company.

The longest mission

By Website Administrator | Nov 17, 2009

Bruce L. Lowe '48 interrupted his education to serve in the Air Force during World War II and wound up a prisoner of war on his first mission. This is the story of his experience.

Bruce L. Lowe '48 interrupted his education to serve in the Air Force during World War II and wound up a prisoner of war on his first mission. This is the story of his experience.

'37 grad leaves big legacy

By Website Administrator | Dec 21, 2009

A $1.2 million estate gift from the Earl and Lanice Riopelle Fund will boost Graduate and Continuing Education at Kettering University.

A $1.2 million estate gift from the Earl and Lanice Riopelle Fund will boost Graduate and Continuing Education at Kettering University.

Awarding technology talent

By Website Administrator | Jan 21, 2011

Kettering is seeking more alumni ambassadors to identify tomorrow's technology talent in local high schools and recognize them for their potential.

Kettering is seeking more alumni ambassadors to identify tomorrow's technology talent in local high schools and recognize them for their potential.

Legacy leads alumni

By Website Administrator | Jan 21, 2011

Frank Krohn '77 is the new president of the Kettering University Alumni Association.

Frank Krohn '77 is the new president of the Kettering University Alumni Association.

Kettering's connections in space

By Website Administrator | Feb 28, 2011

Kettering, known for its high-level industry connections, now has connections as high up as the International Space Station through alumnus Adams Sanders and Robonaut 2.

Kettering, known for its high-level industry connections, now has connections as high up as the International Space Station through alumnus Adams Sanders and Robonaut 2.

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