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2021 Philanthropy Report 

Read about how alumni and corporate partners support students and ease their financial worries. There are also stories about new scholarships that are increasing the number of underrepresented students on campus, including women, African American and Hispanic students, and students on the spectrum.

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Professor Diane Peters, Mechanical Engineering

Dr. Diane Peters Elected to SWE Office

Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering Dr. Diane Peters was elected as the president of the Members at Large (MAL) organization within the Society of Women Engineers (SWE). Peters is a Fellow and Life Member of SWE as well as the faculty advisor for Kettering University's collegiate SWE sections.

As president of the MAL, Peters will have leadership responsibilities for all SWE members in the United States who are not members of any of the organization's geographically based sections. Her term begins in July and runs through the end of June 2023.

SAE Foundation Dinner

Kettering Students Give Presentations at SAE Foundation Dinner

Members of the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) AutoDrive and AeroDesign teams attended the SAE Foundation Dinner on May 3 at the GM Heritage Center in Sterling Heights.

The six students staffed an information booth during the reception, which 450 guests attended. Students engaged with the guests as they approached and made presentations regarding their teams and work.

The event raised more than $400,000 for the SAE Foundation.

Three students pose with their Esports jerseys and letters at attend Kettering University.

Esports Signs Three New Members

We're so excited for our future bulldogs!

Join us in congratulating Nick, Miranda and Jason, who were recently on campus to sign their letters of intent with the National Association of Collegiate Esports!

They are the latest recipients of one of our Esports scholarships.

For more information or to submit a Kettering University Esports application, visit

Catharine Carlson and Chelsea Walters

Two Kettering Students Get MHEFI Scholarships

Congratulations to Catharine Carlson ('23, IE) and Chelsea Walters ('22, IE) on receiving scholarships from the Material Handling Education Foundation (MHEFI).

Carlson received the $3,000 Storage Manufacturers Association Honor Scholarship for the 2022-23 academic term. She is from Sterling Heights and co-ops at BAE Systems in Sterling Heights.

Walters received the $5,000 Howard Bernstein Honor Scholarship. She is from Kingston, Jamaica, and co-ops as a sourcing analyst at ITW Air Flow Management in Westminster, Massachusetts.