Shahin Hajilar, a Ph.D. student in the Department of Civil, Construction and Enviornmental Engineering, has been selected student marshal for the fall 2017 graduate commencement ceremony.
Author: Emily Boyd
At the end of each semester, the College of Engineering honors twelve outstanding seniors, one of which is selected to serve as the college’s student marshal at the undergraduate commencement ceremony.
Collaborative Technology Services provides Iowa State with help in facilitating virtual meetings and collaborations for colleges, departments, research centers and student organizations, as well as the university community as a whole. To get some inside information on what CTS has to offer, we talked with Roger Suski, program coordinator in CTS: What is CTS? Our mission is … Continue reading What is Collaborative Technology Services?
Thousands of Iowa State engineering students had the chance to network, seek internships and co-ops and learn about full-time employment opportunities at the 2017 Fall Engineering Career Fair.
There is still time to register for the first Engineering Leaders of Tomorrow conference that will be held Sept. 15-16 here on campus. Students, faculty and staff are welcome to attend this conference, which will address things like professional development, leadership, preparing for future careers and diversity and inclusion. Registration for the event is open until … Continue reading New conference: Engineering Leaders of Tomorrow
AMES, Iowa – Iowa State University is tied for 53rd among 132 public national universities in U.S. News and World Report’s “Best Colleges” undergraduate rankings released today. Overall – in the magazine’s ranking of 311 national universities offering a full range of undergraduate majors, graduate programs and research capabilities – Iowa State is tied for 115th. Read … Continue reading U.S. News rankings: Iowa State 53rd among national publics; first in ag/bio engineering
Charles Schwab came to Iowa State University 27 years ago because of the university’s reputation as one of the pioneers of agricultural and biosystems engineering. In his time in Ames, it has been Schwab’s goal to make farmers and their families safe while at work and play.
AMES, Iowa — Kent Corporation is committing $8 million, the Iowa Corn Promotion Board $4 million and Sukup Manufacturing Co. $2 million in support of a new Iowa State University College of Agriculture and Life Sciences educational and research facility for feed milling and grain science.
This year at the 10th Global Agriculture Leadership Summit, professor of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering Manjit Misra will be presented with the Academic Leadership award. Misra will also address the morning session with the topic “To feed the future, we must first seed the future”. Misra also commented that the award reflects the good work … Continue reading ABE professor to receive Academic Leadership Award at Global Agriculture Leadership Summit
MidWest Plan Service has released a revised and updated version of its “Grain Drying, Handling, and Storage Handbook” (MWPS-13). The publication was developed to assist farmers, elevator managers, equipment dealers, students and others interested in developing grain systems. Now in its third edition, the handbook has been substantially updated and expanded to reflect dealing with … Continue reading ABE: Grain Drying, Handling and Storage Handbook Updated
Charles R. & Jane F. Olsen Professor of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering Steve Mickelson has been given the James R. And Karen A. Gilley Academic Leadership Award. This award honors and recognizes annually an ASABE member who is currently providing outstanding academic leadership while serving as the department head/chair of a Biological and/or Agricultural Engineering … Continue reading Celebrating ASABE’s Best of the Profession: Steve Mickelson
Sarah Ryan, Joseph Walkup Professor of IMSE, is the 2017-2018 College of Engineering Caucus Chair for the Iowa State Faculty Senate. Inspired to serve by her commitment to leadership and growth, Ryan shares the following about why she serves on Faculty Senate and what her goals are as caucus chair. What motivates you to … Continue reading Sarah Ryan Elected Engineering Caucus Chair for Faculty Senate
Iowa State’s student solar car team is making a big impact PrISUm’s newest solar car, Penumbra, has made a big splash since it was unveiled last week. From the Iowa State Daily and the Ames Tribune to Channel 13 WHO News out of Des Moines, media all around central Iowa have been telling the exciting … Continue reading PrISUm: From all over the media, to all over Iowa
Each year, FIRST (For Inspiration & Recognition of Science & Technology) hosts the FIRST LEGO League Global Innovation Award competition funded by John Deere, Rockwell Collins and XPrize. This year twenty teams from around the globe were selected to participate in Washington, DC, on June 20. Two Iowa teams have been selected as international semi-finalists for the Global Innovation Award stemming from their … Continue reading Two Iowa teams selected to compete in FIRST LEGO League Global Innovation Award competition
For yet another summer, members of the Cyclone Space Mining team will leave behind Iowa’s rolling cornfields for the for palm tree-lined beaches of east central Florida. Iowa State’s Cyclone Space Mining team will compete in the NASA Robotic Mining Competition at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida, just west of Orlando. This is the … Continue reading Cyclone Space Mining team to compete in the NASA Robotic Mining Competition