If “What I Did This Summer” essays were still a thing in school, the Department of Aerospace Engineering Spaceflight Operations Workshop would offer some great inspiration.
And while those selected for this year’s edition may or may not be writing essays about it later, it will give them something even more valuable: a new way of looking at the world and handling challenges – from an “operational” standpoint.
The application period for the two-week experience, set for August 2-14, 2022, is now open. As always, it will depart from the typical college classroom experience, to engage students in hands-on activities to learn planning, execution, and teamwork while transforming their thought processes to be more operationally centered.
Every year, the annual Harold and Katherine Guy Graduate Fellowship is awarded to outstanding students in the Iowa State University Department of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering. This year, five ABE students received the fellowship: Laura Alt, Tim Neher, Lindsey Hartfiel, Grace Carey and Sam O’Brien.
Many individuals in the Iowa State University engineering community have either seen a notification from, or heard of, the ISU Water Chicks. From sharing advanced research publications to posting group hangouts, the account has been a staple for ISU engineers and environmental scientists on twitter.
From student to mentor, Ron Leonard, who passed away on November 8th, 2021, left a legacy in Iowa that will never be forgotten.
Iowa State University Department of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering distinguished professor Rameshwar Kanwar was recently elected as a fellow into the prestigious European Academy of the Sciences and Arts.
Four ABE ITEC Students Receive Safety Scholarship
ABE Alum Accepts Lead Role in Largest Agricultural Research Company in Latin America
ABE senior Paul Johnson receives CALS Outstanding Senior Award
Kate Jaros is the fall 2021 outstanding senior in biological systems engineering.
Luke Wille is the fall 2021 outstanding senior in agricultural engineering.
Kumasi Joseph Akowuah: From Ghana to Iowa, and Back
Amy Kaleita named chair of the Iowa State University Department of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering
Keeping Piglets Warm this Winter with State-of-the-Art Heat Technology
Five ISU Students Receive Awards in Annual ASABE Poster Competition
A diverse team of 18 scientists led by D. Raj Raman, Morrill Professor of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering at Iowa State, received a five-year, $10 million grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture to study the potential environmental benefits afforded by perennial grasses, which grow every year without having to be planted or harvested, between rows of cash crops.