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Robots Fall IntitatesRobot Society Initiates New Members

The Robot Society initiated four new student members and one new honorary faculty member Dec. 6.

The Robot Honor Society recognizes students and staff for their outstanding creative leadership, service that   transcends self and citizenship that demonstrates responsibility. Since its inception in 1927, about 1,200 Robots have been initiated, selected from the top 1% of the student body. Students and staff go through a highly selective process conducted by their peers, staff and faculty.

Congratulations to new student members Hemanth Tadepalli ('23, CS), Isabella Weingartz ('24, EE), Leah Garczysnki ('23, EE) and Kimberly Betty ('23, ME) and new honorary faculty member Dr. Kenneth Williams, Assistant Teaching Professor of Business Administration.

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Eta Kappa Nu Initiates Six New Members

The Theta Epsilon chapter of Eta Kappa Nu, the Electrical and Computer Engineering Honors Society, initiated six new members from the Fall Term on Dec. 14.

To qualify for membership, students must be in the top 24% of their junior class or top 33% of their senior class and exhibit positive character traits.

Congratulations to the following students:

  • Nate Cahilig ('24, ME)
  • Kenton Kyger ('23, ME)
  • Jacqueline Kocik ('24, EE)
  • Christopher Mars ('24, EE)
  • Tanner Moszak ('23, ME)
  • Sakib Shazzad ('23, EE)
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Alpha Pi Mu Initiates Six New Members

Alpha Pi Mu, the industrial engineering honor society, initiated six new members during a ceremony Dec. 8.

To qualify for membership, students must be in the top 20% of their junior class or top 33% of their senior class and exhibit positive character traits.

Congratulations to the following students:

  • Jacob Brown ('23, IE)
  • Fedor Dolgachev ('23, IE)
  • Anna Dumanois ('23, IE)
  • Kristen Gury ('23, IE)
  • Sidney McBride ('23, IE)
  • Magdalena Sawicki ('23, IE)
Kettering University Baja SAE Team

Baja SAE Team Competes in Arizona

The Kettering University Baja Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) Team competed Sept. 29-Oct. 2 in Arizona.

The competition tasks teams of engineering students with designing and building a single-seat, all-terrain sporting vehicle to use in various challenges.

Kettering's team of 11 students placed 30th overall. About 50 teams competed.