Though he has spent the past quarter century in California, one mechanical engineering (ME) alum considers himself a “Midwestern boy” at heart and he attributes that to the critical role that Iowa State University played in his professional development.
Photos from the 2022 Ignite Innovation Showcase at Iowa State University.
When John Blichmann was a student at Iowa State University in the late 1980s, there was no formal course on how to brew beer. More than three decades later such a course does exist, and it was made possible because of Blichmann’s generosity.
Even in his free time, one Cyclone engineer is constantly approaching things with an engineering mindset.
Junior Jed, an Engineering major, talks about the many aspects of innovation that takes place at ISU.
Deb Schroeder, who worked as a clerk for the ME department from 2010 to 2019, spends part of her free time these days creating stained-glass panels.
A mechanical engineering (ME) alum hopes to engage the next generation of scientists and engineers by using a video game interface to teach them STEM concepts and methods.
A pair of industrial engineering alumni have developed a product that will bring convenience and ease to parents and other caretakers when changing diapers on-the-go.
Skroot Laboratory, Inc., a startup business founded and led by Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering associate professor and Jack R. and Carol A. Johnson Faculty Fellow Nigel Reuel, took first place in the 2021 John Pappajohn Iowa Entrepreneurial Venture Competition.
The Iowa State University Cyclone Football ‘Varsity’ Marching Band is performing during the 2018 Band Extravaganza. The drumline is equipped with lights that flash different colors every time they hit their drums and the crowd goes wild over the spectacle. This is when Jacob Schmieder, a trumpet player in the band, came up with a business idea.
Ten Iowa State University students, including eight from the College of Engineering, are thinking green and digging into environmentally sustainable solutions in energy as part of a collaboration with the Student Innovation Center and innovation design sprint corporate sponsor, Energy Vault.
One student’s journey to discover how the Innovation Fellows program helped shape her freshman year.
Stanley to bridge the gap between industry leaders and students
Iowa State University students innovate financial plans for future generations during Principal Financial Group internship
Eleven days filled with students, faculty, staff and alumni going head-to-head, vying for up to $9,000 in prizes.