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Philanthropy Report 2023

2023 Philanthropy Report 

Read about how alumni and corporate partners support students and ease their financial worries. 

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Kettering Students Awarded at Michigan State University's SpartaHack 9

Amanda Koziol, Jaydin Freeman and David Glover won the Sustainability-Climate Change Mitigation Hack and the MSUFCU-Community Class Act Hack at Michigan State University's ninth annual student-run hackathon, SpartaHack 9.

Over 600 student developers and designers gathered at Michigan State University in East Lansing on January 27th, 2024, with a unifying challenge: engineer innovative solutions to everyday problems - in just 24 hours.

Hackers had to make their projects track-specific and pitch them to judges, who used criteria including uniqueness, technical implementation, and practicality.

Their projects can be found below:

Planet Points

DevPost - Planet Points

GitHub - Planet Points

Students at SpartaHack 9
Baja SAE Winter Competition

Baja SAE Team Excell at '24 Winter Baja Competition

Kettering's Baja SAE team competed in the Winter Baja Competition on January 27, 2024 in Houghton, MI. They brought home 2nd place in the Hill Climb and Pickled Egg Slalom and 23rd in the endurance race.

"We were able to get new drivers some drive time in a competitive environment. We learned a lot, and it was a great experience overall."

- Jake Dancel, Team Lead and Electronics Lead for Kettering Baja SAE

Interested in being part of the Baja team's journey? The team meets every Wednesday at 7 p.m. in Room 1221 at the C.S. Mott Engineering and Science Center.

All Kettering students are welcome to join!

New members of Kettering University's Tau Beta Pi.

Tau Beta Pi Initiates New Members

Tau Beta Pi initiated three new members Dec. 13.

Tau Beta Pi is an engineering honor society. To be eligible for membership, undergraduate students must be in the top 12.5% of their junior class or the top 20% of their senior class and exhibit exemplary character.

Congratulations to Alexander Moening ('24, ME), Magdalena Sawicki ('24, IE) and Colin Stewart ('24, ME).

New members of Eta Kappa Nu at Kettering University.

Eta Kappa Nu Initiates New Members

The Theta Epsilon chapter of Eta Kappa Nu, the Electrical and Computer Engineering honor society, initiated three new members Dec. 7.

To qualify for membership, students must be in the top 25% of their junior class or top 33% of their senior class and exhibit positive character traits.

Congratulations to Doug Ray ('25, EE), Jack Sigelko ('25, CE) and Nick Young ('24, EE).