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Professor McLaughlin received a BS in Mathematics from the University of Michigan in 1960. He received an MSc in Engineering in 1962 from Ohio State University while pioneering radio astronomy instrumentation and data processing research under Professor John D. Kraus. Professor McLaughlin later received a JD with distinction from the Thomas M. Cooley Law School in Lansing, Michigan. He is a Michigan Attorney-at-Law, a registered Patent Attorney with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, and a Professional Engineer.

Capstone class uses multi-departmental knowledge

By Dawn Hibbard | Feb 27, 2012

Three Kettering professors from different academic departments developed a multidisciplinary capstone project for students to design tools for surgical procedures.

Three Kettering professors from different academic departments developed a multidisciplinary capstone project for students to design tools for surgical procedures.

Mapping blood vessels

Jan 3, 2012

Dr. Jaerock Kwon wrote the software powering Knife Edge Scanning Microscopy, making it possible to create 3-D maps of the vascular systems in the brain.

Dr. Jaerock Kwon wrote the software powering Knife Edge Scanning Microscopy, making it possible to create 3-D maps of the vascular systems in the brain.

Kettering grad makes impact

By Website Administrator | Jul 13, 2010

William Sommerville '05, member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), is the chair of IEEE's Graduates of the Last Decade (GOLD) program, an honor that speaks highly to the achievements he has made in his young career.

William Sommerville '05, member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), is the chair of IEEE's Graduates of the Last Decade (GOLD) program, an honor that speaks highly to the achievements he has made in his young career.

Kettering professor Jim Gover and colleague Paul Huray formulate an efficient and practical method for managing the nation's counter terrorism resources.

By Website Administrator | May 24, 2002

Jim Gover and Paul Huray are not FBI agents. These professors have an idea for managing counter-terrorism in the U.S.

Jim Gover and Paul Huray are not FBI agents. These professors have an idea for managing counter-terrorism in the U.S.

IEEE-USA president offer lectures Sept. 10 and Oct. 9.

By Website Administrator | Sep 6, 2002

The next generation of computer and electrical engineers will need to know as much about public policy and the impact of their work on people as electrons.

The next generation of computer and electrical engineers will need to know as much about public policy and the impact of their work on people as electrons.

Unglamorous solder is the foundation for all appliances

By Website Administrator | Sep 27, 2002

Working in what was once described to him as the "proctology of Electrical Engineering," Mark Palmer, of Kettering, is making researching solder alloys a lot sexier than it used to be.

Working in what was once described to him as the "proctology of Electrical Engineering," Mark Palmer, of Kettering, is making researching solder alloys a lot sexier than it used to be.

Students charged up for opportunity

By Website Administrator | Oct 25, 2002

Professor's relationship with national association creates professional opportunity and scholarship support for Kettering students

Professor's relationship with national association creates professional opportunity and scholarship support for Kettering students

Kettering lab to become international model

By Website Administrator | Mar 14, 2003

A new laboratory and course at Kettering helps students and faculty design and experiment with the next generation of automotive electronic technology, particularly hybrid/electric and electric vehicles.

A new laboratory and course at Kettering helps students and faculty design and experiment with the next generation of automotive electronic technology, particularly hybrid/electric and electric vehicles.

Multidisciplinary approach brings benefits

By Website Administrator | Apr 29, 2004

An initiative by three Kettering female faculty members provides a real-world multidisciplinary approach to problem solving for students majoring in Electrical, Industrial and Mechanical Engineering. The interdisciplinary processes and programs of this initiative will create a well-rounded graduate and help build community between female faculty members at the University.

An initiative by three Kettering female faculty members provides a real-world multidisciplinary approach to problem solving for students majoring in Electrical, Industrial and Mechanical Engineering. The interdisciplinary processes and programs of this initiative will create a well-rounded graduate and help build community between female faculty members at the University.

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