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2015 Kettering University Year in Review: Community Vitality News

Dec 14, 2015
Volunteers from Kettering and GM teamed up for three service projects in 2015.A steady stream of major news related to Kettering University’s impact on the city of Flint and beyond occurred ... Read More
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Kettering University Computer Science faculty member helps elementary students participate in Hour of Code

Dec 11, 2015
Dr. Jim Huggins working with students at Dieck Elementary in Swartz Creek. See more photos.Students at two Genesee County elementary schools, with the help of a Kettering University faculty member, ... Read More
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Kettering University students, staff helping light up University Avenue for the holidays

Dec 6, 2015
Kettering University's Jack Stock putting up lights at University Square at the corner of University Avenue and Grand Traverse.University Avenue has become a lot brighter as part of the University ... Read More
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Federal, state, local leaders discuss climate change in New Republic forum at Kettering University

Dec 2, 2015
Bob Simon from the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy and Jamil Smith, senior editor of the New Republic, at Kettering University.In partnership with New Republic and Business ... Read More
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Kettering University graduate part of company that won $100,000 in Accelerate Michigan Innovation Competition

Nov 23, 2015
The startup company Genomenon aims to bring software to labs that will allow them to more efficiently and quickly analyze genomes to help research, diagnose, and treat cancer and other inheritable ... Read More
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Student Post: Kettering University well represented at Society of Women Engineers annual conference

Nov 23, 2015
 Left: B-section members from left to right Emily Storrer, Angela Swain, Janna VanOvermeer, Faculty Advisor Dr. Diane Peters, Amy Allison, Hannah Fox, Erika Beursken and Gabrielle Armstrong ... Read More
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Kettering University researcher examining gold as a cancer drug delivery vehicle

Nov 17, 2015
Dr. Lihua WangIn bulk, gold is often an adored object of beauty with deep-seated cultural significance across the globe. But at a microscopic level, elemental gold’s properties may have inspiring ... Read More
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Serving as LITE mentor has helped student develop passion for engineering

Nov 16, 2015
Ashley Mikolaiczik '16Ashley Mikolaiczik ‘16 didn’t participate in the Lives Improve Through Engineering (LITE) program when she was in high school because she didn’t begin pursuing engineering ... Read More
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Analysis of crime statistics earns math graduate prestigious thesis award

Nov 12, 2015
Lili Tang '15 with Dr. Boyan DimitrovLili Tang ‘15 was recognized with the Applied Mathematics Student Research Award for her thesis evaluating crime data in Flint, Michigan. Tang is the first ... Read More
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Global Issues Film Festival returns to Flint November 17-22

Nov 11, 2015
 The 14th Annual Global Issues Film Festival will take place from November 17-22 at Mott Community College. All films are free and open to the public.The festival is sponsored by Kettering ... Read More

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