Kettering University’s engineering programs continue to fare well in the annual “America’s Best Colleges” guide, produced by U.S. News & World Report.

Kettering’s Mechanical Engineering program retained its No. 2 ranking and overall, Kettering’s engineering programs were again ranked in the Top 25 in the category “Undergraduate Engineering schools, whose highest degree offered is a bachelor’s or master’s.“

Said Kettering President Stan Liberty: “This recognition is particularly noteworthy given the region’s ongoing economic challenges. I applaud the outstanding work of our faculty and staff in providing the outstanding learning environment that bring this national recognition to our campus.”

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Said K. Joel Berry, professor and head of Kettering’s mechanical engineering program: “The mechanical engineering faculty and staff are extremely proud of this national acknowledgment. We have worked very hard over the last 10 years to provide a program that is relevant and attractive to our students and society in general. We will continue our expanded focus on innovation and entrepreneurship, hands-on experiential learning, pre-college programs that provide pathways for junior high and senior high students, and applied research programs supporting faculty scholastic development.”

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