Engineering faculty and staff work every day towards improving the lives of others and, even in these unprecedented circumstances, their urge to help continues on.
Author: Martha Haas
ME/ChE 632: Multiphase Flow gives students unique hands-on education and experience in multiphase flows, backed by the exceptional expertise of Iowa State’s Center for Multiphase Flow and Research Education’s (CoMFRE) faculty members.
Joseph Filbert, graduate student in materials science and engineering, was awarded the prestigious Rickover Fellowship.
One hundred seventy-two graduating Cyclone Engineers took the oath of ethics initiating them into the Order of Engineer.
Every spring, Engineering Student Council select Cyclone Engineering faculty, staff and students who have demonstrated leadership over the past year.
The College of Engineering Dean’s Leadership Award recognizes outstanding undergraduate juniors and seniors who show exemplary leadership outside of a single department or organization. Madison Drent, junior in materials engineering, and Rachel Schmerbach, senior in aerospace engineering, are this year’s recipients.
Four student-athletes from the College of Engineering were named to the All-Cyclone Team, which honors one student-athlete from each sport who recorded the highest GPA.
Jacob Wheaton is the spring 2020 outstanding senior in materials engineering.
Zachary Woodbeck is the spring 2020 outstanding senior in industrial engineering.
Bailey Righi is the spring 2020 outstanding senior in software engineering.
Theodore Mathews IV is the spring 2020 outstanding senior in electrical engineering.
The National Science Foundation awarded four Cyclone Engineers with their prestigious Graduate Research Fellowship.
Dohgyu Hwang, a fourth-year Ph.D. candidate in materials science and engineering, is the recipient of an Iowa State University Research Excellence Award and a Brown Fellowship.
Matthew Swift (‘18 mat sci engr & physics) and Chris Whitmore (’16 mat sci engr) had a Cyclone Engineering experience that propelled them to jobs revolutionizing space technology at SpaceX. Both Swift and Whitmore say their hands-on Iowa State education – in and out of the classroom – was a key to their success.
Nine College of Engineering students were selected as members of Iowa State’s most prestigious honorary, Cardinal Key Honor Society.