Bosch Professorship awarded

By Website Administrator | Jul 29, 2004

Mark G. Thompson, from the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, will nurture Kettering's relationship with the Bosch Corp.

Mark G. Thompson, from the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, will nurture Kettering's relationship with the Bosch Corp.

A Shakespearian twist

By Website Administrator | Jul 22, 2008

Dr. David Golz of Kettering University has had two careers during his professional academic life: a professor of Geology and now in a twist that reminds one of William Shakespeare, an assistant professor of Humanities in Kettering's Department of Liberal Studies.

Dr. David Golz of Kettering University has had two careers during his professional academic life: a professor of Geology and now in a twist that reminds one of William Shakespeare, an assistant professor of Humanities in Kettering's Department of Liberal Studies.

Going global in the Midwest

By Website Administrator | Sep 12, 2008

Sharing his passion for Rule of Law and education reform in his native India, Dr. Badri Rao spent his summer vacation away from Kettering lecturing to other college instructors.

Sharing his passion for Rule of Law and education reform in his native India, Dr. Badri Rao spent his summer vacation away from Kettering lecturing to other college instructors.

Changing of the guard

By Website Administrator | Oct 10, 2008

An impending retirement heralds a change at Kettering as beloved math professor "Doc" Green prepares to retire at the end of the calendar year.

An impending retirement heralds a change at Kettering as beloved math professor "Doc" Green prepares to retire at the end of the calendar year.

Fulbright experience in India

By Website Administrator | Oct 24, 2008

Kettering professor Dr. Raghu Echempati found diversity in his Fulbright Scholar experience in India.

Kettering professor Dr. Raghu Echempati found diversity in his Fulbright Scholar experience in India.

Riffe honored by SME

By Website Administrator | Feb 1, 2009

Dr. William Riffe was honored by the Society of Manufacturing Engineers for 12 years of volunteer service to the organization.

Dr. William Riffe was honored by the Society of Manufacturing Engineers for 12 years of volunteer service to the organization.

Not quite a shut-out

By Website Administrator | May 6, 2005

The annual faculty-staff-student softball game ushers in spring at Kettering, and gives faculty a chance to gloat.

The annual faculty-staff-student softball game ushers in spring at Kettering, and gives faculty a chance to gloat.

Making the grade

By Website Administrator | Apr 6, 2007

Nine Kettering University faculty members have been approved for promotion by the Board of Trustees, including the first two women to be named a professor of Mechanical Engineering.

Nine Kettering University faculty members have been approved for promotion by the Board of Trustees, including the first two women to be named a professor of Mechanical Engineering.

Engineering for Global Benefit

By Website Administrator | Jul 4, 2008

How one professor and a handful of students thought outside the box in terms of engineering education, and came up with new ways for engineering to change the world for the better.

How one professor and a handful of students thought outside the box in terms of engineering education, and came up with new ways for engineering to change the world for the better.

Kettering prof helps score AP exam

By Website Administrator | Jul 8, 2008

An old pro at scoring AP exams, Dr. Jim Huggins recently helped score approximately 20,688 computer science exams.

An old pro at scoring AP exams, Dr. Jim Huggins recently helped score approximately 20,688 computer science exams.

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