(From left to right)Engineering alumni Jenny Ruddy, Lance Aldrich and Kris Evans stand in the operations gallery of the new City of Ames Water Treatment Plant. Photo by Kate Tindall.

Iowa State University alumni take leading roles building new City of Ames Water Treatment Plant

At the closure of a nearly 10-year project, three local environmental engineers make lasting impact on Ames community Engineers Kris Evans, Lance Aldrich and Jenny Ruddy will have a big effect on Ames citizens for years to come. Whenever someone turns on the faucet, he or she will come into direct contact with the work … Continue reading Iowa State University alumni take leading roles building new City of Ames Water Treatment Plant

Brooke Long brings HR background to CBE in program assistant position

The Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering welcomes Brooke Long as Program Assistant for HR & Data Coordination. Brooke has a B.A. from Iowa State in speech communication and an M.A. in communication education from the University of Northern Iowa. While studying at UNI and teaching speech in graduate school there she began working in … Continue reading Brooke Long brings HR background to CBE in program assistant position

Ramamoorthy awarded NSF grant for coded caching to reduce national network traffic

Most people have watched videos, TV shows and movies by streaming them on YouTube or Netflix. If you’ve streamed video content, then you know how frustrating it can be to wait for the video to load. One researcher at Iowa State University is hoping to improve those network delays. Iowa State Professor of Electrical and … Continue reading Ramamoorthy awarded NSF grant for coded caching to reduce national network traffic

AerE professor looks to owl wings for bio-inspired ideas for quieter aircraft, wind turbines

This article was originally published on news.iastate.edu by Mike Krapfl. Click here to read it in its entirety. AMES, Iowa – Anupam Sharma pulled an accordion folder from the bookshelf above his Iowa State University desk. Inside was the carefully collected and preserved wing of a short-eared owl. Here, he said, could be some clues … Continue reading AerE professor looks to owl wings for bio-inspired ideas for quieter aircraft, wind turbines

Charles Sukup Named Tau Beta Pi Distinguished Alumnus

Charles Sukup (BSAgE’76, MSAgE’82) has been named a 2017 recipient of Tau Beta Pi’s Distinguished Alumnus Award. The honor recognizes “lifetime achievements and commitment to engineering education” and outstanding contributions in “developing young minds, inspiring the next generation of engineers, and contributing to the advancement of the engineering profession.” Tau Beta Pi, the engineering honor … Continue reading Charles Sukup Named Tau Beta Pi Distinguished Alumnus

ChemE grad Suástegui earns “best of” award with presentation at national conference

Dr. Miguel Suástegui, who received his Ph.D. in chemical engineering from Iowa State in May of 2017, has been honored for a research presentation at a recent national conference. His talk at the April 2017 American Chemical Society National Meeting in San Francisco was awarded “Best of BIOT” by the Division of Biochemical Technology (BIOT). … Continue reading ChemE grad Suástegui earns “best of” award with presentation at national conference

Beth Hartmann (middle) with her mentee group gathered around her. Photo courtesy Beth Hartmann.

Iowa State civil, construction engineering faculty attend 2017 ExCEEd Teaching Workshops

Hosted by the American Society of Civil Engineers, ExCEEd offers on-point critique of teaching skills Three Iowa State University (ISU) engineering faculty took part in 2017 ExCEEd Teaching Workshops during the month of July. The American Society of Civil Engineers, or ASCE, sponsors the ExCEEd program. ExCEEd stands for Excellence in Civil Engineering Education. Participants … Continue reading Iowa State civil, construction engineering faculty attend 2017 ExCEEd Teaching Workshops

ECpE’s Wang awarded Harpole-Pentair Professorship, honoring outstanding junior faculty

Zhaoyu Wang, Iowa State University Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECpE), recently was awarded the Harpole-Pentair Professorship, which recognizes and honors outstanding junior faculty with less than six years of academic experience at Iowa State. The award was created by Murray J. and Ruth M. Harpole in 1986 to provide supplemental support and … Continue reading ECpE’s Wang awarded Harpole-Pentair Professorship, honoring outstanding junior faculty

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IMSE chair Kremer receives ASME Spria Outstanding Design Educator Award

Gül Kremer, professor and C.G. “Turk” & Joyce A. Therkildsen Chair of the Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering at Iowa State University, has received a top American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) award for advancing engineering design education. Kremer was named this year’s ASME Ruth and Joel Spira Outstanding Educator Award winner “for … Continue reading IMSE chair Kremer receives ASME Spria Outstanding Design Educator Award

CBE graduate, ChemE grad student benefit from Pappajohn Center Cystarters program

An Iowa State chemical engineering graduate student and a May 2017 chemical and biological engineering (CBE) B.S. grad are both setting their sights on entrepreneurial goals – with the help of the university’s Pappajohn Center for Entreprenuership CYstarters program. Grad student Dillon Hurd — who is pursuing his Ph.D. by developing a wireless heart assist … Continue reading CBE graduate, ChemE grad student benefit from Pappajohn Center Cystarters program