College of Engineering News • Iowa State University

Tau Beta Pi engineering honor society selected for Governor’s Volunteer Award

The Alpha Iowa Chapter of Tau Beta Pi has been selected to receive a Governor’s Volunteer Award for outstanding commitment and service to their community and across the state of Iowa. Long history of excellence and service Tau Beta Pi was established at Iowa State in 1907 and has initiated over 7,500 members. The mission …Continue reading “Tau Beta Pi engineering honor society selected for Governor’s Volunteer Award”

Women in Cyclone Engineering: Zengyi Shao

International Women in Engineering Day is an annual celebration of the outstanding contributions of women engineers. The theme of this year’s Women in Engineering Day is “Engineering Heroes,” so we reached out to hear the stories of just a few of our Cyclone Engineering heroes, who are innovating in their research and inspiring and educating …Continue reading “Women in Cyclone Engineering: Zengyi Shao”

Women in Cyclone Engineering: Alice Alipour

International Women in Engineering Day is an annual celebration of the outstanding contributions of women engineers. The theme of this year’s Women in Engineering Day is “Engineering Heroes,” so we reached out to hear the stories of just a few of our Cyclone Engineering heroes, who are innovating in their research and inspiring and educating …Continue reading “Women in Cyclone Engineering: Alice Alipour”

Long-time CCEE Cyclone Doug Wood retires

Doug Wood retired in May from the department of civil, construction and environmental engineering as a research scientist and structural engineering lab manager.   Wood has been employed at Iowa State since 2008, but his history as a Cyclone goes well beyond then. Wood came to Iowa State in 1973 to study architecture and compete on …Continue reading “Long-time CCEE Cyclone Doug Wood retires”

CCEE Professor Roy Gu Retires

Roy Gu retired in May from his position as associate professor in the civil, construction and environmental engineering department. He has made many contributions to the field, taught regular courses and is associated with the Institute for Transportation; 34 publications with contributions by Gu have been published during his tenure at Iowa State. Gu was …Continue reading “CCEE Professor Roy Gu Retires”

It’s a CYstarters summer

Eight Cyclone Engineers are involved in the Iowa State Pappajohn Center for Entrepreneurship CyStarters program this summer, pursuing their entrepreneurial dreams. The engineering innovators, including undergraduates, grad students and recent graduates, will be completing an 11-week program consisting of skill development, mentorship, and funding, to build their innovative businesses. 

Two CNDE Students Win First Place in Best Student Contest Paper by I2MTC

Anna Case, graduate student in electrical and computer engineering, and Aaron McCarville, senior in electrical and computer engineering, won first place in the Best Student Paper Contest from the IEEE International Instrumentation and Measurement Technology Conference. The conference was held virtually from May 17-20.  The title of the paper is “Microwave Quantification of Porosity Level in 3D Printed Polymers,” based on research lead by Reza Zoughi, director of …Continue reading “Two CNDE Students Win First Place in Best Student Contest Paper by I2MTC”

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