SAE International has become the first U.S.-based organization to offer a full continuum of PreK – College science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) programming by creating its first PreK STEM curriculum – A World In Motion®(AWIM) PreK.
The SAE Foundation announced today that it will honor Mark Fields with its Industry Leadership Award at a celebration event on May 24, 2016, at the Masonic Temple in Detroit, Michigan.
On May 15, fourth- and fifth-graders from Homer Pittard School and Mitchell-Neilson Schools participated in a Jet Toy Challenge at the Campus School for Middle Tennessee State University, thanks to SAE International’s A World in Motion (AWIM) program sponsored by Nissan North America.
The SAE Foundation will hold its 2015 Annual Celebration on Tuesday, May 19, at the Masonic Temple in Detroit. The evening will feature award presentations, along with a unique VIP Tour, Sponsors Reception and Guest Networking Reception where local students present exhibits from their participation in SAE International’s award-winning STEM education programs - A World In Motion®, F1 in Schools™ and the Collegiate Design Series™.
A World In Motion® (AWIM) has been providing a quality STEM education experience to Cleveland Metropolitan School District (CMSD) 5th grade students for over 10 years. The AWIM curriculum is now part of the scope sequence of CMSD’s science curriculum. Every year more and more of the CMSD teachers are choosing to use AWIM in their classrooms.
Kia Motors Manufacturing Georgia (KMMG) has awarded $1.2 Million to the SAE Foundation in support of its efforts to advance science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education through SAE International’s award-winning A World In Motion® (AWIM) program and ensure the technical competency of the future talent pool.
St. Edith School (Archdiocese of Detroit) Team 3 captured the grand championship at SAE International’s 4th Annual A World In Motion® (AWIM) International Motorized Toy Car Competition, which was held Tuesday at the SAE 2015 World Congress at Cobo Center.
The Chrysler Foundation has awarded $25,000 to the SAE Foundation Canada in support of its efforts to advance math and science education through the award winning A World In Motion® program, which helps ensure the technical competency of the future talent pool. The SAE Foundation Canada’s relentless pursuit of innovative, effective STEM education is made possible by corporations like Chrysler Group LLC—who value the technical competency of our future workforce.
The SAE Foundation has honored Nissan employee Derek Logan with its Bill Agnew Award for Outstanding AWIM Volunteers. Logan is an engineering manager at the Nissan Technical Center North America Proving Ground in Maricopa, Ariz.