Divyesh Kumar, a junior in chemical and biological engineering from Ames, has been named a 2020 Goldwater Scholar. The nationally renowned scholarship recognizes exceptional sophomores and juniors who aspire to work in the natural sciences, mathematics and engineering research fields.
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While bringing together faculty and students through research endeavors, CoMFRE has capitalized on its working relationships with industry partners.
The Center for Multiphase Flow Research and Education (CoMFRE) has undergone notable developments over the course of the past year. CoMFRE became an official center in fall 2017, and it continues to grow as collaboration flourishes and research advances.
For students in Computer Engineering 388: Embedded Systems II for Mobile Platforms, creativity is boundless and most any idea can be converted into a functional app.
Pelin Guven Geredeli, assistant professor in mathematics, is bringing new ideas to the Center for Multiphase Flow Research and Education with an enthusiasm to engage in cross-disciplinary collaboration.
More than 500 undergraduate international students from over 60 countries are studying engineering at Iowa State. Engineering Global Friends, a program part of the Iowa State University Engineering International Student Network, is providing a warm and inviting welcome to students entering the college from across the globe.
Hannah Christensen The first year of Hannah Christensen’s Cyclone Engineering journey has taken flight with her involvement in the Iowa Air National Guard. The freshman in industrial engineering was inspired to join the military in the footsteps of her three brothers, now veterans of the Air National Guard. She recently had the opportunity to participate … Continue reading Honoring Veterans Day with Cyclone Engineers who serve
The impact of Iowa State University’s program for Women in Science and Engineering (WiSE) is drawing the attention of one engineer from the Bay Area of California. Ashraf Habibullah, founder and president of Computers and Structures Incorporated, has committed a generous donation to the program. WiSE program director Lora Leigh Chrystal says the many initiatives that define WiSE excited … Continue reading Intersecting passions lead to support: WiSE receives generous donation from engineering leader
Iowa State University’s Cardinal Space Mining Club is digging deep and exciting people with innovation through community engagement. With its advent traced back to an Iowa State University capstone project, the club has experienced tremendous growth and has made a strong presence in the national competition.
Entrepreneur and engineer Chris Ladner (’88 indust engr) is typically focused on business growth – big numbers in marketing, sales and customer satisfaction. But recently, Ladner made news by leading his business, Entegrity, to a rare and sought after zero.
The Society of Women Engineers (SWE) with the Iowa State University College of Engineering is working to cultivate shared experiences, build lasting relationships and empower women through the SWEster (swee-ster) mentorship program.
Tomorrow’s technology challenges will be solved by today’s kids. Iowa State University College of Engineering is playing an active role in promoting STEM programs for youth from grades K-12.
Two Ph.D. students in Cyclone Engineer Kristin Yvonne Rozier’s research group have been selected for NASA Pathways civil service positions, a highly prestigious internship program that combines research with the opportunity to obtain a full-time NASA position upon completion.
Abby Gries, a senior in aerospace engineering, is joining a prestigious cohort of women undergraduates in being awarded a scholarship from the Women in Aerospace Foundation (WIA). With each recipient given a unique award, Gries will be receiving the AIAA Digital Avionics Scholarship.