MSE Alumnus is selected as an ASM International Fellow

Daniel Sordelet, an alumnus of the Department of Materials Science and Engineering, was recently recognized and honored as a member of the 2017 class of ASM Fellows. He was presented with his award on October 10, 2017, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania during the Materials Science and Technology 2017 Conference & Exhibition (MS&T’17). ASM International is the … Continue reading MSE Alumnus is selected as an ASM International Fellow

Cyclone Engineers honored at Homecoming alumni awards ceremony

Nine Cyclone Engineers received top alumni awards at the Iowa State University Alumni Association 2017 Honors and Awards Ceremony. ANSON MARSTON MEDAL by the College of Engineering Dr. James L. Melsa, electrical engineering ‘60, Naperville, Ill. James L. Melsa, dean emeritus of the ISU College of Engineering, is a distinguished scholar, an award-winning educator, and a visionary corporate … Continue reading Cyclone Engineers honored at Homecoming alumni awards ceremony

Melsa awarded Anson Marston Medal by ISU College of Engineering

James L. Melsa, alumnus of Iowa State University’s Electrical and Computer Engineering Department (ECpE) and Dean Emeritus of Iowa State’s College of Engineering, was awarded the Anson Marston Medal at the ISU Honors and Awards Ceremony, held during Homecoming week. The medal, named in honor of Anson Marston, former professor of civil engineering and dean … Continue reading Melsa awarded Anson Marston Medal by ISU College of Engineering

Father-son ISU alumni spend careers pioneering technology

Whenever you click the volume up and down on your earbuds, you can thank two Iowa State University Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECpE) father-son alumni for creating that technology. Wendell Sander and son Brian Sander worked together at Apple Inc. on this earbuds project when Brian was vice president and Wendell, his father, worked for … Continue reading Father-son ISU alumni spend careers pioneering technology

ISU Alums Make Waves in Silicon Valley

Father and son engineering team Wendell and Brian Sander both used their various degrees from Iowa State University to make a lasting impact in Silicon Valley, on devices we use every day.

CBE welcomes former professor, chair Terry King to Hall of Fame

ISU Chemical and Biological Engineering (CBE) heralded the return of a former professor and department chair as Dr. Terry S. King was officially inducted into the department’s Hall of Fame. King was a special guest and featured speaker as part of the annual CBE Honors & Awards Banquet October 20. He recently retired from Ball … Continue reading CBE welcomes former professor, chair Terry King to Hall of Fame

MSE GOLD, Materials Science and Engineering Graduates of the Last Decade, launches in October

The Department of Materials Science and Engineering is known for building a strong sense of community among the students. This could be correlated with its small size which gives everyone more of an opportunity to get to know each other through common classes, student organizations, and sufficient space for student collaboration. As students graduate from … Continue reading MSE GOLD, Materials Science and Engineering Graduates of the Last Decade, launches in October

The Weiler family and Iowa State faculty and staff during the ribbon-cutting for the Weiler Laboratory

Cardinal and gold runs in the blood for the Weilers

When Patrick Weiler graduated from Iowa State in 1980 with a degree in agricultural engineering, he began a tradition of support for his alma matter. The legacy now spans two generations of the Weiler family, including Megan (Weiler) Green (’06 finance), Joel Weiler (’10 nutr sci) and Katelyn (Weiler) Freeseman (’12 civil engr). As Iowa State alums, the Weilers said they are proud to help support future generations of Cyclones engineers.

From undergrad to faculty member in five years: CBE welcomes new professor Luke Roling

Luke Roling is happy to bring the power of computational analysis to his undergraduate alma mater. And even happier to do so with what was “just a dream job” not many years ago. Roling will begin his first faculty appointment when he becomes an assistant professor in Iowa State’s Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering … Continue reading From undergrad to faculty member in five years: CBE welcomes new professor Luke Roling

(From left to right)Engineering alumni Jenny Ruddy, Lance Aldrich and Kris Evans stand in the operations gallery of the new City of Ames Water Treatment Plant. Photo by Kate Tindall.

Iowa State University alumni take leading roles building new City of Ames Water Treatment Plant

At the closure of a nearly 10-year project, three local environmental engineers make lasting impact on Ames community Engineers Kris Evans, Lance Aldrich and Jenny Ruddy will have a big effect on Ames citizens for years to come. Whenever someone turns on the faucet, he or she will come into direct contact with the work … Continue reading Iowa State University alumni take leading roles building new City of Ames Water Treatment Plant

Brooke Long brings HR background to CBE in program assistant position

The Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering welcomes Brooke Long as Program Assistant for HR & Data Coordination. Brooke has a B.A. from Iowa State in speech communication and an M.A. in communication education from the University of Northern Iowa. While studying at UNI and teaching speech in graduate school there she began working in … Continue reading Brooke Long brings HR background to CBE in program assistant position

Charles Sukup Named Tau Beta Pi Distinguished Alumnus

Charles Sukup (BSAgE’76, MSAgE’82) has been named a 2017 recipient of Tau Beta Pi’s Distinguished Alumnus Award. The honor recognizes “lifetime achievements and commitment to engineering education” and outstanding contributions in “developing young minds, inspiring the next generation of engineers, and contributing to the advancement of the engineering profession.” Tau Beta Pi, the engineering honor … Continue reading Charles Sukup Named Tau Beta Pi Distinguished Alumnus