Perhaps the most satisfying recognition that an individual in any profession can achieve is peer recognition of accomplishments. This type of recognition is not only gratifying but frequently is the spur to even greater accomplishment, with the result being technological and, often, social benefits for the individual's associates, employer and the general public. Since its founding in 1905, SAE has established and operated programs which have recognized outstanding achievements in the design, engineering, and production of various forms of vehicles and their components, systems, and materials. SAE administers more than 60 award and recognition programs and co-sponsors three programs in cooperation with sister societies.
Through generous contributions from various individuals, corporations and universities, SAE International is proud to award scholarship money to both undergraduate and graduate students. SAE scholarships assist in developing the future engineering workforce by helping students achieve their dreams of becoming an engineer.
To learn more about the SAE Awards Program, visit the SAE Awards page.
To learn more about the Scholarships Program, visit the SAE Scholarships page.
To learn more about the CAE Bruce Aubin SAE Aerodesign Award or the CAE William G Belfry Memorial SAE Scholarship, visit the Canadian Academy of Engineering website.