The Kiewit Scholars Program at Iowa State University has recently announced the selection of students for its second-year cohort. The program comprises a diverse group of individuals, including 8 incoming freshmen and 8 currently enrolled Iowa State students.
He has been working on all aspects of the ARA: designing, procurement, installation and connectivity along with all the other team members. This includes troubleshooting problems, working in the field with agriculture producers and monitoring all aspects of the project.
Coming into Iowa State, Emily Anderson had 0 coding experience, but she had 1 goal: helping others with engineering.
Nikolai Stevens, a junior studying agricultural engineering, received the 2022 New Voices Award, an honor recognizing people’s contributions to water quality advocacy.
Four graduate students in the Department of Aerospace Engineering have been honored for their work in the spring 2023 semester with Teaching Excellence (TEX) and Research Excellence (REX) Awards from Iowa State University’s Graduate College.
Students in the Department of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering (ABE) gained firsthand experience in the engineering industry with their latest classroom trip – a visit to the Sukup Manufacturing Facility, a facility known for its innovation and cutting-edge technology.
Saransh Dikshit, a PhD candidate set to major in civil engineering, has had a fantastic journey at Iowa State with many accomplishments and awards in his back pocket.
Research and industry work go hand in hand in the Department of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering (ABE). That’s why the department, through the leadership of the ABE Advising Office, hosts several tours throughout the year for students across the department.
In one-on-one meetings during summer orientation, academic advisor Ashley Morton helps prepare incoming students to become first-year Cyclone Engineers.
Henry Shires was in high school when the baseball coach asked his programming class for a tool to collect data on player performance. Shires stepped up to the plate and created the sports analytics startup Casmium.
From tours around campus to mock career fairs and other projects in between, students in the Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering’s Keystone Learning Community (C E 120) are gaining personal, career and academic growth in class.
Twenty-one undergraduate students from Iowa State and around the nation are ready for a summer of hands-on research in the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering (CBE) with the Biological Materials and Processes Research Experiences for Undergraduates (BioMaP REU) program.
The Intramural program at Iowa State University offers over 40 sports to meet the diverse interests of the student, faculty, and staff.
Nazik Çıtır, doctoral candidate in civil engineering working with the Institute for Transportation, has pretty much always been an engineer in the making. As a child, Çıtır always seemed to be problem-solving with one big goal in mind: helping the world be a better place for all.
Nicholas Oldham, sophomore in materials engineering, was one of four Iowa State students to be chosen for the prestigious Barry Goldwater Scholarship, which is the premier undergraduate scholarship in mathematics, natural sciences and engineering in the U.S.