Celebrating Women’s History Month this March, Iowa State University Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering is highlighting past, present and future women in civil engineering. Beena Ajmera is an assistant professor in CCEE, and has made many monumental contributions to the civil engineering field.
For many students, it can be difficult to gain real-world research experience while attending classes at the same time. Because it can be hard to balance learning and research, Director of Graduate Education (DOGE) and professor Omar Smadi in the Iowa State University Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering (CCEE) started a new, hands-on undergraduate research program in the department. This will be the second year of the program, after a year of many positive experiences from students.
To celebrate Women’s History Month this March, we wanted to highlight past, present, and future women in civil engineering. Nicole Martindale is a current senior in Civil Engineering and a Cyclone through and through.
A well-known leader with a kind heart in the Iowa State University Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering, Jerry Chase, who passed away on January 26, 2022, left behind many successes and happy memories in CCEE that will never be forgotten.
Throughout years of floods from natural disasters, research has mostly focused on the impact of dangerous bacteria that are released from municipalities or agricultural fields and swept along in floodwaters. But what happens to the pathogens (contaminants that cause disease) that were released and stick around when the flood waters are no longer there, and how does it impact the communities exposed?
Vayda Wilkins, senior in civil engineering, will be honored in the 2022 Women Impacting ISU Calendar.
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.
By providing opportunities for students to gain the skills and knowledge they need to become world-class engineers and leaders, Kiewit Corporation is investing in students at Iowa State University through a $2.5 million, five-year scholars program.
One of only three papers accepted with no Canadian authors, Iowa State University Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering’s Ali Arabzadeh received the 2021 Elaine Thompson Editor’s Award for ‘Best Written Presentation’ for the Canadian Technical Asphalt Association.
CCEE professor In-Ho Cho has just been issued a United States Patent in collaboration with ISU’s Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECpE) for a multidisciplinary, microsoft robotic device controlled through air.
In the December 2021 conference, four Iowa State University Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering alums received awards from Iowa County Engineers Association.
As the Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering (CCEE) begins a new semester, two faculty members start a new chapter of their careers here in CCEE at Iowa State University.
Joseph Charbonnet, assistant professor in environmental engineering, and Steven Johnson, professor of practice in construction engineering both began their faculty positions this semester.
Kiewit Corporation based in Omaha, Nebraska, has provided a gift commitment to establish the Kiewit Scholars at Iowa State. The program will support students in the Iowa State University College of Engineering who have an interest in and passion for the construction industry.
CCEE Alum Jay Mathes Receives 40 Under 40: Champions of Construction 2021 Award
Matthew Green is the fall 2021 outstanding senior in construction engineering.