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SAE 2020 Top Contributor Class: Inspiring Future STEM Innovators 

February 23, 2021 | Posted in News From Us

The greatest reward for SAE’s tens of thousands of volunteers comes from within—from the humble satisfaction of helping advance SAE International’s mission and objectives with no expectation of reward.  Leading young minds in the direction of engineering is the SAE …


Remote Learning Fuels New STEM Experience for Eighth Graders in Detroit

Remote Learning Fuels New STEM Experience for Eighth Graders in Detroit

Remote learning has caused countless challenges for students. For 3,521 eighth graders across 57 middle schools in Detroit Public Schools Community District, it also created a unique opportunity to learn about computer science at the very same time they’re studying …


How One Teacher Is Bringing STEM to Life for Underrepresented Students

December 16, 2020 | Posted in News From Us, Stories
How One Teacher Is Bringing STEM to Life for Underrepresented Students

Mia DeLaRosa was an “other.” A young girl born to a Hispanic, single teenage mom. She spent her formative years growing up in a gang-infested area in Chicago, IL., an area where there was very little chance for minority students …


High School Student Turns Passion Project Into STEM Class for Kindergarteners

High School Student Turns Passion Project Into STEM Class for Kindergarteners

The distance between George-Little Rock Middle School & High School in George, Iowa, and NASA’s Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas is 1,098 miles. It’s also how far Ashley Stueven would travel every year during her first three …


Engineer Gives All Students a Chance at STEM

Engineer Gives All Students a Chance at STEM

Fifth grade. Like many kids, for Cory Cathrea that meant being rambunctious, running around at recess, and playing football. STEM was the furthest thing from his mind. In fact, it wasn’t until years later as an 8th grader that he …


MACPS 2020 CPS Hall of Fame Inductees

September 21, 2020 | Posted in News From Us

The Manufacturers Alliance for Child Passenger Safety (MACPS) recently announced the 2020 National Child Passenger Safety (CPS) Hall of Fame Inductees. The MACPS honors these individuals as they are recognized and remembered for the indelible impressions they have left on the …


Announcing the 2020-21 SAE International Scholarship recipients

August 6, 2020 | Posted in News From Us

Congratulations to all of the 2020-21 SAE International Scholarship recipients! Wishing you all the best as you advance in your STEM education and endeavors. We can’t wait to see and experience the amazing contributions that you make. BMW/SAE Engineering Scholarship …


STEM Stories: Q & A with Christian Hubbell, Rivian, a former Collegiate Design Series Participant

June 4, 2020 | Posted in News From Us
STEM Stories: Q & A with Christian Hubbell, Rivian, a former Collegiate Design Series Participant

On his path to becoming the Software Engineering Lead at electric truck manufacturer, Rivian, Christian Hubbell participated on the Michigan State University Formula SAE (FSAE) team. We spoke with him to discover how his FSAE experiences impacted his journey to …


MACS and SAE Partner to Address the Shortage of Qualified Technicians

April 9, 2020 | Posted in News From Us

The SAE Foundation was honored to partner with the Mobile Air Conditioning Society (MACS) recently on a luncheon panel on the topic of the technician shortage and solutions during the recent MACS Training Event and Trade Show in Nashville. Founded …


SAE International’s A World In Motion Receives $1.5 Million to Advance STEM in Nevada

January 16, 2020 | Posted in News From Us

Tesla and SAE Partner to Support 25,000 K-8 Students Over Four Years With Hands-on Programs and Mentorship WARRENDALE, Pa. (January 16, 2020) – SAE Foundation announced today that they received a four-year, $1.5 million grant to launch a science, technology, …