Iowa State leads move to establish an alliance that builds statewide cybersecurity, literacy

Iowa State University cybersecurity experts are leading a statewide effort to establish the Iowa Cyber Alliance. The alliance is all about bringing partners together to provide cybersecurity education, outreach and training across the state.

Engineering students, staff, faculty and alumni honored during WiSE banquet

Throughout the past year, the Program for Women in Science and Engineering has been commemorating its 30th anniversary with a variety of events and activities that included key note speakers, a STEM Fest and tailgate. On Dec. 3, WiSE wrapped up the festivities with a banquet. More than 150 individuals attended the event, including Mary Ann [Continue Reading…]

CBE alumna Korin Reid receives prestigious Forbes magazine honor

Korin Reid (B.S.ChE’08), a Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering alumna, has been honored by Forbes magazine as part of its annual “30 Under 30” leaders in science awards. Reid, who is employed as a Senior Data Scientist with McKesson in Atlanta, GA, was singled out for her work using big data technologies to scale [Continue Reading…]

Mallapragada recognized for support of Women in Science and Engineering

In December, the Program for Women in Science and Engineering at Iowa State named Surya Mallapragada, Anson Marston Distinguished Professor and the Carol Vohs Johnson Chair in Chemical and Biological Engineering, a 2016 WiSE Champion. The honor is part of the program’s 30th anniversary celebration, and it recognizes individuals who have supported WiSE and worked [Continue Reading…]

Potter recognized for academic innovation and leadership

The Technology Association of Iowa (TAI) recently named Leslie Potter, senior lecturer in industrial and manufacturing systems engineering, as a finalist of the Ninth Annual Des Moines Area Community College Iowa Women of Innovation Awards. The awards recognize and celebrate women in business, government or academia who are leaders in the fields of science, technology, [Continue Reading…]

Former CBE professor William Abraham passes away

William (Bill) Abraham, a former Iowa State University Department of Chemical Engineering faculty member, passed away December 28 at the age of 84. He was a resident of Ames, Iowa at the time of his passing. He graduated from Cornell University with a B.S. in Chemical Engineering, and earned a Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from [Continue Reading…]

CBE’s BioMaP undergrad research program accepting applications through February 15

The application period for the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering BioMaP REU undergraduate research program is now open and will run through February 15, 2017. The program will be held from May 30 – August 4, 2017. The online application form and more information about the program can be found here. A program flyer [Continue Reading…]

Civil engineering alum to lead Waterloo Water Works

ECpE student awarded for life saving actions

Iowa State to manage biorefinery projects for new Manufacturing USA Institute

Forever True, For Iowa State

Ryan Harms, the College of Engineering’s executive director of development, talks about Iowa State University’s comprehensive fundraising campaign and what it means for the college’s students, faculty and staff. Making a difference at Iowa State means making a difference in the world. Our students, faculty and staff are committed to solving daunting challenges that will [Continue Reading…]

Paper authored by CBE’s Shanks called one of most significant by publication

A document co-authored by Mike and Jean Steffenson Chair and Anson Marston Distinguished Professor in Engineering Dr. Brent Shanks of Iowa State University’s Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering has been selected by peers as one of the most significant to be published in the prominent scientific journal ACS Catalysis. In the June 2016 issue [Continue Reading…]