Kettering University

Coordinates: 43°00′45″N 83°42′45″W / 43.0125°N 83.7125°W / 43.0125; -83.7125 Kettering University (formerly General Motors Institute and GMI Engineering and Management Institute) is a university in Flint, Michigan, focusing on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) and Business fields. It offers bachelor's and master's degrees in engineering, math, science, and business. Kettering places a strong emphasis on experiential learning and cooperative education, with undergraduate students required to complete five co-op terms to graduate. The campus is located along the Flint River on property that used to be the main manufacturing location for General Motors. It is named after inventor and former head of research for General Motors Charles Kettering. The school's undergraduate population is approximately 2,000 students.

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History - WKUF-LP
... instead apply for WKUF, which they envisioned standing for "Kettering University and Flint", suggesting the station's mission to be a voice for both the university and ... James McLaughlin from Kettering's Electrical Engineering department designed the station's antenna ... Because of the time constraints surrounding the station's construction, the University hired a dedicated co-op student, Alan Delos Santos, to work on the station ...
Kettering University - Notable Alumni
... Kettering University has approximately 28,000 alumni. ...

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