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Student Association for Engineering Management

The Student Association for Engineering Management is dedicated to representing motivated Engineering and Business students. As a result of combining three former clubs, SAEM offers opportunities for professional development, as well as opportunities to learn more about project management and continuous improvement. SAEM provides many benefits, including resume critiques, career fair preparation, and student-led workshops to share information on essential skills related to project management and continuous improvement. Additionally, community service events are held every semester. SAEM not only hosts speakers to provide insight into Engineering Management fields, but members also have the chance to travel to companies or conferences to learn more about the industry. As a CUSA recognized organization, SAEM is open to students of all majors. For more information, find the Student Association for Engineering Management on KnightLife!



Sigma Tau Iota is the Engineering & Management Honorary Society. The society motto is Per Angusta Ad Augusta, meaning “Service to Industry through difficulties to distinction.” The Society is open by invitation to the top 10% of the E&M class who have been in the program for two or more years. Membership of the society signals high academic achievement. Selection is determined by the faculty advisor or the Director of E&M. Induction ceremonies are held once each year in the fall semester.

2017 SAEM Officers

Hannah Phillips

Jon Novak

Riley McDonald

Professional Development Chair
Katie Slocum

Community Service Chair
Bri Malczewski

Continuous Improvement Chair
Caroline Holler

Event Coordinator
Devon Strok

Membership Manager
Mario Benedetti

Project Management Co-Chair
Samantha Menapace

Project Management Co-Chair
Aadhilakshmi "Aady" Balasubramanian