Annual competition provides a hands-on learning experience for undergraduate and graduate engineering students.
Six different single-occupant vehicles designed and built by teams of collegiate engineering students snared four-digit fuel economy at Eaton Corp.'s Marshall, MI, test track during the 31st annual SAE Supermileage competition in June.
Opening the doors on new technology.
An earlier iteration of UAS' Nightwind 2 in flight, powered by an off-the-shelf industrial engine.
Employers often hire recent graduates to mold new hires to their own corporate culture and work philosophy, leading some employers to look more for potential than for specific experience.
Students involved in SAE International's Collegiate Design Series can get their team's registration fee reimbursed by working with local elementary and high school teachers to teach science, technology, engineering, and math concepts through the "A World In Motion" curriculum.
With the launch of EngineerXchange in October, SAE is hoping to communicate with young engineers via the Web and social media.