Switching to lollipops

By Website Administrator | Aug 22, 2008

Flipping a switch seems easy enough, unless you don't have the motor skills to do it. Some Kettering students retrofitted toys with lollipop switches for kids with disabilities.

Flipping a switch seems easy enough, unless you don't have the motor skills to do it. Some Kettering students retrofitted toys with lollipop switches for kids with disabilities.

Periscope up

By Website Administrator | Sep 23, 2005

Submarines in the Recreation Center pool, soldering irons and laptops scattered on the pool deck - it must be an Electrical Engineering capstone project in process.

Submarines in the Recreation Center pool, soldering irons and laptops scattered on the pool deck - it must be an Electrical Engineering capstone project in process.

Forensic Engineering

By Website Administrator | Oct 14, 2005

Figuring out how something works is easy, Charles White and his Materials Analysis students spend their time doing reverse engineering to figure out why things DON'T work.

Figuring out how something works is easy, Charles White and his Materials Analysis students spend their time doing reverse engineering to figure out why things DON'T work.

Tank programmers

By Website Administrator | Sep 22, 2006

Students in Dr. Laura Rust's Electrical Engineering capstone class battled it out in a pint-sized competition for points using retrofitted radio-controlled toy tanks.

Students in Dr. Laura Rust's Electrical Engineering capstone class battled it out in a pint-sized competition for points using retrofitted radio-controlled toy tanks.

Ditch the heels

By Website Administrator | Mar 23, 2007

High heels making your ankles ache? Four Kettering students can tell you why.

High heels making your ankles ache? Four Kettering students can tell you why.

Foul tip trauma

By Website Administrator | Mar 30, 2007

Inspired by the story of Mike Matheny's retirement, four Kettering students test catcher's masks to see how well they protect major league baseball players.

Inspired by the story of Mike Matheny's retirement, four Kettering students test catcher's masks to see how well they protect major league baseball players.

Foul-tip trauma clarification

By Website Administrator | May 1, 2007

A clarification of the results of a student class project testing two styles of catchers' masks.

A clarification of the results of a student class project testing two styles of catchers' masks.

Bluetooth anyone?

By Website Administrator | Oct 2, 2007

Sinking their teeth into a new technology, Kettering students use Bluetooth to analyze the sweet spot on tennis racquets.

Sinking their teeth into a new technology, Kettering students use Bluetooth to analyze the sweet spot on tennis racquets.

Pinball wizardry

By Website Administrator | Dec 14, 2007

There were pirates, gangsters and World War II flying aces in Kettering's Campus Center the week before finals - and they were all under the control of electromagnets.

There were pirates, gangsters and World War II flying aces in Kettering's Campus Center the week before finals - and they were all under the control of electromagnets.

Green lighting

By Website Administrator | Sep 19, 2008

An Electrical Engineering senior design class at Kettering University took on the challenge of helping Flint landmark, The Whiting, with its green initiatives.

An Electrical Engineering senior design class at Kettering University took on the challenge of helping Flint landmark, The Whiting, with its green initiatives.

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