Category: Women in Engineering

Women in Cyclone Engineering: Elnaz Ebrahimi

International Women in Engineering Day is an annual celebration of the outstanding contributions of women engineers. The theme of this year’s Women in Engineering Day is “Engineering Heroes,” so we reached out to hear the stories of just a few of our Cyclone Engineering heroes, who are innovating in their research and inspiring and educating … Continue reading Women in Cyclone Engineering: Elnaz Ebrahimi

Iowa State University’s solar car team unveils its newest car

Iowa State University’s solar car club, Team PrISUm, unveiled its newest model on Friday afternoon at the Student Innovation Center: Eliana. Eliana is the 15th iteration of a solar-powered vehicle that the student club has developed since its founding in 1989. Typically, the team develops a new model every other year. The name for the … Continue reading Iowa State University’s solar car team unveils its newest car

Vernon Guse Faculty Fellowship awarded to CBE’s Zengyi Shao

Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering associate professor Zengyi Shao has been named the inaugural Vernon Guse Faculty Fellow. The endowed faculty fellowship has been made possible by a gift from the estate of Vernon Guse (B.S. chemical engineering, 1934). Shao will use support from the fellowship to help bolster her research team’s work in … Continue reading Vernon Guse Faculty Fellowship awarded to CBE’s Zengyi Shao

Cargill supports Jarboe bioindustrial research with professorship

Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering professor Laura Jarboe has been named Cargill Professor in Chemical Engineering. The professorship has been created to support a scholar working in process intensification and bioprocessing of agricultural feedstocks into chemicals and chemical intermediates that can be applied on an industrial scale. The recipient of the professorship will offer … Continue reading Cargill supports Jarboe bioindustrial research with professorship