Chemical engineering alum Tim Anderson to be inducted into CBE Hall of Fame

Iowa State University Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering (CBE) alumnus Tim Anderson will be honored by the department with induction into the CBE Hall of Fame October 25 as part of a visit to Iowa State, where he will also be honored by the College of Engineering. Anderson (B.S. ChE 1973), who is a … Continue reading Chemical engineering alum Tim Anderson to be inducted into CBE Hall of Fame

ISU engineering team working to understand the brain with magnetic stimulation

The inner workings of the brain have always been a mystery to psychologists, scientists and everyday people. Understanding brain abnormalities, such as depression or OCD, are consistently being studied worldwide. David Jiles, Distinguished Professor in Engineering; Long Que, associate professor in the of electrical and computer engineering; and Ian Schneider, associate professor of chemical and … Continue reading ISU engineering team working to understand the brain with magnetic stimulation

Jill Rollinger joins CBE staff in HR and data role

The Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering welcomes Jill Rollinger to the staff as Program Assistant for Business & Data Analytics. She will support many business activities in the department, including procurement; data collection, analysis and reporting; personnel/human resource activities and more. Jill is an Iowa State alumna, having received a B.A. in communication studies … Continue reading Jill Rollinger joins CBE staff in HR and data role

Ch E 357, 381 students: Apply now for Oviedo, Spain Summer Lab!

The kickoff for the 2019 Oviedo, Spain Summer Lab program is underway, with the application period running through November 30. Students currently enrolled in Ch E 357 and Ch E 381 are eligible to participate. Ch E 358 and Ch E 382 must be successfully completed in spring semester. Scholarships are available for students participating … Continue reading Ch E 357, 381 students: Apply now for Oviedo, Spain Summer Lab!

Prof. Cochran receives intellectual property award at university ceremony

Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering professor Eric Cochran was honored for receiving the Award for Achievement in Intellectual Property at the recent university awards ceremony. The award recognizes individuals or teams of faculty or professional and scientific staff for outstanding university-based achievements in producing intellectual property. Chris Williams, professor of civil, construction and environmental … Continue reading Prof. Cochran receives intellectual property award at university ceremony

Senior lecturer Stephanie Loveland honored at university award ceremony

Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering senior lecturer Stephanie Loveland was honored for receiving the Award for Outstanding Achievement in Teaching at the university awards ceremony September 14. The award recognizes faculty members for outstanding teaching performance over an extended period of time. Loveland has been a part of the department’s faculty since 2002. She … Continue reading Senior lecturer Stephanie Loveland honored at university award ceremony

Chemical engineering grad Determan receives industry award

Iowa State University chemical engineering alumnus Michael Determan, a senior technical manager with 3M Company, has received the Industrial Progress Award from the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE). The award recognizes significant contributions by individuals working in industries served by chemical engineers who have received their highest academic degree within the previous 17 years. … Continue reading Chemical engineering grad Determan receives industry award

CBE’s Jarboe selected for Iowa State Biotechnology Council

Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering (CBE) associate professor Laura Jarboe has been selected as a new College of Engineering member for the Iowa State University Biotechnology Council. She is one of four new members from across the university who have joined the group. The council, part of the Iowa State University Office of Biotechnology, … Continue reading CBE’s Jarboe selected for Iowa State Biotechnology Council

Chemical Engineering Graduate Seminar Series set to welcome researchers from around the nation

The Chemical Engineering Graduate Seminar Series again features a slate of highly regarded scientists in many specialties set to bring their research expertise to Iowa State University and a record 87 chemical engineering graduate students. Currently, 17 guest presenters are booked for the fall 2018 and spring 2019 semesters, with more additions possible at later … Continue reading Chemical Engineering Graduate Seminar Series set to welcome researchers from around the nation

CBE’s Fox named to Whitney professorship, part of global initiatives gifts

Promoting international experiences and an awareness of “thinking globally” will hold a place of higher importance in the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering’s (CBE) curriculum and among its faculty thanks to gifts from a department alumnus. The gift from Hershel (ChE ’49) and Ethel Whitney funds two important priorities in the department: the Hershel … Continue reading CBE’s Fox named to Whitney professorship, part of global initiatives gifts

CBE professor emeritus Hill to be honored by Tau Beta Pi

Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering (CBE) emeritus professor James C. (Jim) Hill will be recognized for his contributions to the Tau Beta Pi engineering honor society at its annual convention October 12 in Denver. Hill has been named the 2018 McDonald Mentor. The award celebrates excellence in mentoring and advising among Tau Beta Pi … Continue reading CBE professor emeritus Hill to be honored by Tau Beta Pi

John Kaiser eager to boost real world knowledge as CBE’s new lecturer

As a member and chair of the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering’s (CBE) Advisory Council, John Kaiser was always a very popular visitor whenever he’d come to Sweeney Hall. As a longtime employee of Mars Chocolate, Kaiser, who some nicknamed “The Candy Man,” would bring samples of his employer’s products to hand out to … Continue reading John Kaiser eager to boost real world knowledge as CBE’s new lecturer

BioMaP REU students wrap up summer of research, fun in CBE

With participation in the university-wide research poster presentation and a reception in the department, Chemical and Biological Engineering’s (CBE) 13 BioMaP REU students concluded their summer of research at Iowa State. The program (Biological Materials and Processes Research Experience for Undergraduates) brings college students to the Iowa State campus to work under the mentorship of … Continue reading BioMaP REU students wrap up summer of research, fun in CBE