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Company Overview of Kettering University
Kettering University is an educational institution. Kettering University is a former subsidiary of Motors Liquidation Company.
1700 W 3rd Ave
Flint, MI 48504-4832
Founded in 1919
Key Executives for Kettering University
Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs
Chief Public Relations Officer
Director of Fuel Cell and Advanced Technology Incubator
Executive Director of Information Technology
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Kettering University Key Developments
Kettering College Names Alex Bryan as New President
Apr 20 13
Alex Bryan has been selected new president of Kettering College. Kettering College has selected a senior pastor, Alex Bryan from Walla Walla University Church in Washington, as its sixth president. Bryan, who holds a Doctor of Ministry from George Fox University, will take office June 1. He replaces Charles Scriven, who retires this spring after 12 years. Bryan, 43, takes over the college, which is owned by the Kettering Medical Center and chartered by the Seventh-day Adventist Church, during a time of record enrollment. More than 980 students are currently in the college's medical programs.
Kettering University Collaborates with Intech Energy Storage Corporation to Test the Critical Characteristics and Experimentally Fabricate of a Newly Designed Aluminum-Based Battery
Jan 30 13
Kettering University is collaborating with Intech Energy Storage Corporation (IESC) of Toronto, Canada, to test the critical characteristics of, and experimentally fabricate, a newly designed aluminum-based battery that is more versatile, has a longer shelf life and is made of environmentally friendly, non-toxic, low cost components. The aluminum battery validation project is the pilot for the multidisciplinary CUE. It will involve students and faculty from the Electrical and Computer Engineering, Chemistry, Mechanical Engineering and Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering departments.
Kettering University's Busy Advanced Power Electronics Lab Receives Contract from FEV Inc. for Latest Hybrid Vehicle Research
Oct 31 12
Since it was established just over a year ago, Kettering University's Advanced Power Electronics Lab (APEL) continues to become a major industry research hub on campus. The latest contract for the lab is from FEV Inc. APEL is part of Kettering's Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. FEV Inc. has partnered with Kettering on a three-month contract to design a control board for a 160-kilowatt inverter for a Hybrid Electric Vehicle (HEV).
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