Department News

  • Professor gives students historical truth through fiction

    By Website Administrator | Mar 14, 2003

    Corine Coniglio, assistant professor of Liberal Studies at Kettering, believes in the power of fiction and the study of literature in teaching students about the truth regarding American life and history.

    Corine Coniglio, assistant professor of Liberal Studies at Kettering, believes in the power of fiction and the study of literature in teaching students about the truth regarding American life and history.
  • Fuel cell efforts paying off

    By Website Administrator | Jul 22, 2004

    Kettering's research into fuel cells and their potential impact on American culture, society and industry are paying off in big ways.

    Kettering's research into fuel cells and their potential impact on American culture, society and industry are paying off in big ways.
  • New technologies need new math

    By Website Administrator | Nov 4, 2005

    Traditional mathematical equations to rapidly calculate heat transfer don't work with new technologies like lasers. A Kettering undergrad developed a numerical solution to the problem with a little help from his professor.

    Traditional mathematical equations to rapidly calculate heat transfer don't work with new technologies like lasers. A Kettering undergrad developed a numerical solution to the problem with a little help from his professor.
  • On the chemical runway!

    By Website Administrator | Nov 20, 2006

    Kettering students are adept in using computer aided design (CAD) resources, but can CAD help them learn more about dynamic interactions and reactions between molecular structures for chemistry?

    Kettering students are adept in using computer aided design (CAD) resources, but can CAD help them learn more about dynamic interactions and reactions between molecular structures for chemistry?
  • Bio-fuels and classic cars

    By Website Administrator | Jul 18, 2008

    New bio-fuels may be damaging to classic car engines, so Kettering professors are studying the effects of ethanol-blended gas on the treasured classics.

    New bio-fuels may be damaging to classic car engines, so Kettering professors are studying the effects of ethanol-blended gas on the treasured classics.
  • Re-figuring Diffy Q

    By Website Administrator | Mar 14, 2011

    Kettering's Dr. Leszek Gawarecki and MSU's Vidyadhar Mandrekar have written a systematic study of stochastic differential equations - the foundation of much applied engineering and physics.

    Kettering's Dr. Leszek Gawarecki and MSU's Vidyadhar Mandrekar have written a systematic study of stochastic differential equations - the foundation of much applied engineering and physics.
  • Breath analysis may provide clues to what ails you

    By Website Administrator | Apr 4, 2003

    The eyes may be the window to the soul, but your breath could soon be the window to your over-all health.

    The eyes may be the window to the soul, but your breath could soon be the window to your over-all health.
  • The Final Frontier - the human brain

    By Website Administrator | Sep 2, 2004

    In attempting to develop a treatment for fibromyalgia, Jeff Hargrove has entered the last frontier of medicine - the human brain.

    In attempting to develop a treatment for fibromyalgia, Jeff Hargrove has entered the last frontier of medicine - the human brain.
  • Analyzing chronic pain

    By Website Administrator | Nov 18, 2005

    Kettering research continues to explore the use of technologies to unravel the causes of Fibromyalgia Syndrome. The newest technology involves decoding the function of the brain by analyzing electroencephalographic (EEG) readings.

    Kettering research continues to explore the use of technologies to unravel the causes of Fibromyalgia Syndrome. The newest technology involves decoding the function of the brain by analyzing electroencephalographic (EEG) readings.
  • Hydraulic hybrid engines

    By Website Administrator | Dec 1, 2006

    Hydraulic hybrid engines may be on the road and saving millions in the near future. A Kettering professor is helping with the EPA research to make it happen.

    Hydraulic hybrid engines may be on the road and saving millions in the near future. A Kettering professor is helping with the EPA research to make it happen.