Iowa State University’s College of Engineering is introducing a bachelor of science degree program in environmental engineering. The new major – approved by the state’s Board of Regents at its April 1 meeting – will begin in the fall of 2020. The environmental engineering program will be part of the college’s Department of Civil, Construction … Continue reading Iowa State University College of Engineering launches new environmental engineering major for fall 2020
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The Iowa State Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering (CCEE) graduate program is exceeding expectations through advanced research and innovation. According to the U.S. News and World Report graduate college rankings, Iowa State is ranked in a six-way tie for No. 27 in the 2020 year for civil engineering, which is up from No. 36 in … Continue reading Civil, construction and environmental engineering graduate program increases national ranking
We all wear or know someone who wears a fitness tracker, or an activity monitor. But what sort of impact could be made on food security if we had a tracker for our plants’ health?
Nine College of Engineering students were selected as members of Iowa State’s most prestigious honorary, Cardinal Key Honor Society.
Cyclone Engineer Cristina Poleacovschi studies how to build community resilience during challenges like natural disasters or economic changes. In this time of unprecedented challenges, Poleacovschi offers steps her work has shown help community resilience.
Ethan Secor’s family has a long history with Iowa State. This includes his grandfather, Gerald Secor (B.S. ‘48), along with 15 living ISU alumni, and extends back over a century. Secor will continue this family tradition when he joins the ME faculty as an assistant professor in fall 2020. Secor grew up in Stillwater, Minnesota, … Continue reading Secor brings family history and expertise in aerosol jet printing to Iowa State
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.
As part of the PBS Newshour’s Breakthroughs series, special correspondent Cat Wise visited research labs on campus to learn more about ultra-high performance concrete. Iowa State associate research professor Brent Phares and engineering grad student Quin Rogers discussed UHPC research and what their team has been doing to help make infrastructure safer.
More than a century ago, Iowa State’s campus grappled with a pandemic that it had never seen before. In August 1918, a Spanish flu outbreak hit at a time when the world was already engulfed in the final months the First World War. Even Ames, Iowa, saw the economic and cultural impact caused by both … Continue reading ME alum Edgar Stanton helped to lead Iowa State through 1918 flu pandemic
University Professor Doug Jacobson offers insight and tips on what to be looking for, and how to avoid potentially costly and potentially dangerous mishaps online.
The National Academy of Engineering (NAE) has named Iowa State University a top institution for diversifying engineering education based on admissions policies, practices and processes. According to a press release from the organization, NAE received nominations from accredited four-year undergraduate schools with engineering or engineering technology programs. The submissions were reviewed by an NAE-appointed committee … Continue reading Iowa State University named exemplary program for diversifying engineering education
Entrepreneur, ECpE alum: Bailey Steinfadt succeeds at building her own brand Running your own remote business can be hard, but Bailey Steinfadt, a 2010 graduate in computer engineering from the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECpE) at Iowa State University, is always up for a challenge. Driven and constantly learning through multiple facets, she … Continue reading Entrepreneur, ECpE alum: Bailey Steinfadt succeeds at building her own brand
Thirty-five years with Suraj Kothari Suraj Kothari, Professor at Iowa State University, is no stranger to the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. In fact, Kothari is celebrating 35 years affiliated with ECpE at Iowa State — and 20 as a full faculty member in the department. In 1984, Kothari moved to Iowa after graduating … Continue reading Suraj Kothari: Celebrating 35 years in ECpE
Transporting generated electricity is much more efficient than transporting fuel stock, but it cannot yet happen from coast to coast. In this episode of Factor Analysis, we talk to Dr. James McCalley, London Professor of Power Systems Engineering to find out why, what it would take, and what Iowa State’s role is in the process.