Eliseo De León named Society of Hispanic Professional Engineering Advisor of the Year

College of Engineering alumni and Iowa State adjunct assistant professor of food science and human nutrition Eliseo De León (Ph.D. mat sci & engr ’13) tells Iowa State students to find the “love of their life” in STEM studies. And De León is passionate about helping students find the spark and build the skills needed … Continue reading Eliseo De León named Society of Hispanic Professional Engineering Advisor of the Year

Kristen Constant, from MSE Department Chair to ISU Interim Vice President and Chief Information Officer

On Thursday, November 30, 2017, Kristen Constant was selected by President Wintersteen as the new interim vice president and chief financial officer for Iowa State University, replacing Jim Kurtenbach. She began her new position on December 1, 2017. Constant has been a faculty member in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering since 1992. She … Continue reading Kristen Constant, from MSE Department Chair to ISU Interim Vice President and Chief Information Officer

Celebration of life and work: Former CCEE Chair Lowell Greimann

Former chair of CCEE department leaves lasting legacy for student support and advanced structural engineering research Finding ways to build the best bridges and ensure public safety was a large part of Lowell Greimann’s work at Iowa State University (ISU). For some who worked with the structural engineering professor and former CCEE department chair, that … Continue reading Celebration of life and work: Former CCEE Chair Lowell Greimann

Three CoE student-athletes receive All-Big 12 football honors

Three Iowa State College of Engineering student-athletes have received All-Big 12 football honors for the 2017 season. Jake Campos, a redshirt senior in biological systems engineering, was a second team All-Big 12 offensive line selection. The 6-foot-8, 300-pound, two-time letterman out of West Des Moines Valley has started 34 games in his Cyclone career, including … Continue reading Three CoE student-athletes receive All-Big 12 football honors

CBE’s Janessa Boley is honored for advising excellence

Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering academic advisor Janessa Boley has received the Excellence in Advising — New Advisor award from the National Academic Advising Association (NACADA) Global Community for Academic Advising. The award will be officially presented at the group’s Region 6 conference in Minneapolis in May of 2018. The Outstanding New Advisor Award … Continue reading CBE’s Janessa Boley is honored for advising excellence

Graduate students, undergraduate students, and judges gather up for a group photo following awards at the research showcase. Photo by Kate Tindall.

Graduate student council hosts Seventh Annual CCEE Graduate Student Research Showcase

Students from five focus areas present at poster competition Students budget time each November to get ready to defend their research findings and answer questions during the Annual Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering (CCEE) Graduate Student Research Showcase and Poster Competition. This year, the symposium was held on Wednesday, Nov. 29 in Howe Hall Atrium … Continue reading Graduate student council hosts Seventh Annual CCEE Graduate Student Research Showcase

Associated General Contractors –Iowa State Chapter gives time to build homes in West Virginia

Students take days during fall break to build housing for those devastated by flooding When you think about the act of volunteering, does the word “connections” come to mind? It does for Alex Stadtmueller. “It connects you to different communities,” Stadtmueller, who is a freshman in construction engineering, says. Stadtmueller was one of nearly 50 … Continue reading Associated General Contractors –Iowa State Chapter gives time to build homes in West Virginia

Join the Spaceflight Operations Workshop this summer

Clayton Anderson’s 5th Annual Spaceflight Operations Workshop is taking applications now for this summer’s session. August 2-14, 2018, experience a truly unique workshop that gives you the knowledge and tools based on exercises similar to those used in actual Astronaut training at NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston. Activities include, SCUBA dicing, wilderness survival training, … Continue reading Join the Spaceflight Operations Workshop this summer

Making an early mark on healthcare

Few college freshmen have the chance to impact the world’s healthcare needs, but one Iowa State University student was given that chance. Shawn Flanigan became a joint first author on an innovative research paper as an undergraduate student at Iowa State. Beginning the research during his freshman year, the now junior studying mechanical engineering joined … Continue reading Making an early mark on healthcare

Not Your Average Summer Experience: A Route 66 Adventure in a 1930 Model A Ford

Who could pass up traveling the historic Route 66 in a 1930 Model A Ford? Not Christopher Gillis. He wanted a summer experience that the typical student usually does not take. He wanted adventure, but he wanted it in an old-fashioned way. While most students were completing internships and work experience, Gillis was traveling the … Continue reading Not Your Average Summer Experience: A Route 66 Adventure in a 1930 Model A Ford

Aer E Professor to be Plenary Speaker at International Symposium for Multiphase Flows

Hui Hu, professor of Aerospace Engineering has been invited to be a Plenary Speaker at the 10th International Symposium on Measurement Techniques for Multiphase Flows. The symposium, which takes place in Hong Kong, China December 3-7, will feature Hu as one of their five Plenary Speakers. Hu will present his research on advanced measurement techniques … Continue reading Aer E Professor to be Plenary Speaker at International Symposium for Multiphase Flows

Nick Kuhn pictured wants The Kitchen and The Hall working in tandem, with ten percent of food proceeds going to support The Kitchen. Photos by Kate Tindall.

Building community: CCEE alumnus takes philanthropic approach to new Valley Junction beer hall and eatery

Pairing community experience with food truck fare, Nick Kuhn (B.S. CE’94) finds creative way to help those in need The Hall You can hear the rumble of hundreds of conversations long before you enter The Hall. That’s what Nick Kuhn and his business associates are calling their newest beer hall and restaurant, located in The … Continue reading Building community: CCEE alumnus takes philanthropic approach to new Valley Junction beer hall and eatery