Paiton Pumroy, incoming freshman, checks a Facebook group chat. A prompt is waiting for her in the APEX-E group, connecting her with dozens of other students, professors and mentors within the program. A prompt such as sharing your favorite food along with the recipe, or what look you decided to go with today, whether it … Continue reading APEX-E still gives incoming students opportunity to connect through virtual programs
Category: Diversity and Inclusion
As a collegian, Tina Akinyi remembers often being the only student of color in her classes and the sense of isolation she felt because of it. Now in her professional capacity, she hopes to remove that sense of isolation for future students by bringing more people of color and other disenfranchised students into higher education. … Continue reading Engineering alum strives to make college more accessible for disenfranchised students
Wasama Abdullah, a second-year graduate student in transportation engineering, received the Women’s Transportation Seminar (WTS) Helene Overly graduate scholarship in January in recognition of her outstanding commitment to the transportation field. Her research excellence, high academic record and involvement in the industry made her stand out as a scholarship nominee. “I was very thrilled and … Continue reading CCEE graduate student receives women’s scholarship for excellence in the transportation field
College of Engineering faculty and staff have been named winners of 2020 college awards, honoring their outstanding accomplishments and contributions.
Cyclone Engineer Brianna P. Lawton, a doctoral student in the Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering Department, recently received a Fulbright U.S. Student Award from the U.S. Department of State in Washington D.C. The Fulbright U.S. Student Program is the flagship international educational exchange program sponsored by the U.S. government. Lawton is one of three recipients … Continue reading CCEE’s Brianna Lawton receives Fulbright scholarship for research in Ghana
Yung-Hsueh Lee is the spring 2020 outstanding seniors in computer engineering.
Millicent Hoback and Winnie Kiarie, two Iowa State materials science engineering (MSE) students, are both pursuing their degrees over 8,000 miles from home.
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
Take a look inside Iowa State’s mentoring program designed to provide professional development for international students and build community between international and domestic graduate students.
Growing up in Missouri and attending college at Iowa State University, software engineering senior and student athlete Bailey Righi has spent most of her life in the midwest. As a senior, Righi has a lot to look forward to and many moves to make in her last year at ISU. But one move is already … Continue reading Senior Bailey Righi: Running toward a future with Nike
As an outer space fanatic since grade school, Iowa State University’s Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering alumnus Lewis C. Hill II is living his dream as a software developer at NASA Johnson Space Center’s Space Vehicle Mockup Facility. In Hill’s position, he helps to enable space exploration and works on many aerospace innovations, working … Continue reading Past, present, future of space exploration: ECpE alum Lewis C. Hill II of NASA
Vivek-Kumar Singh, a graduate student at Iowa State University’s Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, recently presented his research and has received a best paper and best poster award at two separate conferences since November 2019. Singh received the best paper award at a conference known as Resilience Week, held in November. Resilience Week has been … Continue reading ECpE grad student Vivek-Kumar Singh receives best paper, best poster awards