ECE alumnus Greg Casey now a board member of the PCI-SIG

Greg Casey (MBA, ECE) now serves on the Board of Directors for Peripheral Component Interconnect Special Interest Group (PCI-SIG). Casey works as a Senior Architect and Strategist in the Server CTO team of Dell/EMC. He has worked with technologies such as T11 Fiber Channel Technical, IEFT Task Force, and GenZ. To read more about Casey, visit … Continue reading ECE alumnus Greg Casey now a board member of the PCI-SIG

Johnson, Vaughn fellowships for CBE professors announced

Two Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering faculty members have been appointed the recipients of fellowships. Assistant Professor Zengyi Shao has been named Jack and Carol Johnson Faculty Fellow; and Assistant Professor Tom Mansell will be the Karen and Dennis Vaughn Faculty Fellow. Jack Johnson, who received a B.S. in computer science from Iowa State … Continue reading Johnson, Vaughn fellowships for CBE professors announced

Lanny Robbins set to lend expertise to CBE faculty, students

Iowa State chemical engineering alumnus and noted member of the National Academy of Engineering Lanny Robbins has arrived on campus to begin his new position with the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering. Originally announced in the fall of 2016, Robbins joins the department as a distinguished faculty fellow. As a faculty member in the … Continue reading Lanny Robbins set to lend expertise to CBE faculty, students

Civil engineering alumnus Andrew Smith recognized for work with WKKS & Co.

Civil engineering alumnus Andrew Smith (B.S.’93) works for WHKS & Co., an engineering, planning and land surveying company, as a municipal project manager. Smith is involved in planning and designing things from streets and roadways, to water and waste management systems. To read the full story by Tom Thoma of the Globe Gazette, click here.

Scott Brown

Aerospace engineering alumni Scott Brown works to improve virtual healthcare technology

Scott Brown (B.S. aerospace engineering ’96) is the vice president of product and engineering at Zipnosis, a virtual care platform and health-technology firm. Brown is involved in developing new products, introducing them to the market and continuing to improve virtual care to help practitioners and patients alike, and to boost Zipnosis’ customers and sales organization. Zipnosis … Continue reading Aerospace engineering alumni Scott Brown works to improve virtual healthcare technology

CBE alumna Korin Reid receives prestigious Forbes magazine honor

Korin Reid (B.S.ChE’08), a Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering alumna, has been honored by Forbes magazine as part of its annual “30 Under 30” leaders in science awards. Reid, who is employed as a Senior Data Scientist with McKesson in Atlanta, GA, was singled out for her work using big data technologies to scale … Continue reading CBE alumna Korin Reid receives prestigious Forbes magazine honor

Fall class of 2016 civil engineering graduates (photo by Kate Tindall)

CCEE celebrates fall class of 2016 graduates

More than 90 graduates were recognized during the department of civil, construction and environmental engineering’s (CCEE) Fall 2016 Pre-commencement Celebration. The celebration, held on Saturday morning at the Iowa State Center Scheman Building, commended the success of the fall class of 2016. Both civil and construction engineering graduates were honored during the event. Each student present … Continue reading CCEE celebrates fall class of 2016 graduates

DeWayne Heintz, CCEE alumnus (BSCE2016)

Lifetime learning: CCEE alumnus completes bucket list goal at Iowa State

DeWayne Heintz has been convinced for a long time that Iowa State University (ISU) is unique. “I remember the first time I went to the ISU campus, when my parents took me there on a class visit in February of ’81,” Heintz said. “I just thought it was the most beautiful place I had ever … Continue reading Lifetime learning: CCEE alumnus completes bucket list goal at Iowa State

CCEE alumnus Raymond “Paul” Giroux named Distinguished Member of American Society of Civil Engineers

Ask engineer and historian Raymond “Paul” Giroux to describe his recent recognition as a Distinguished Member of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE). The first answer you will hear is “humbling.” Giroux, a ’79 construction engineering graduate of Iowa State University’s Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering (ISU CCEE), accepted the prestigious honor … Continue reading CCEE alumnus Raymond “Paul” Giroux named Distinguished Member of American Society of Civil Engineers

Iowa State alumni find success with geothermal drilling

Dan Rau, a mechanical engineering alumnus, is making strides in geothermal energy. After he graduated in 1998, Rau began working as a mechanical engineer for a consulting firm that designed heating, venting and cooling systems for commercial use. That’s when he was introduced to geothermal technology and began to invest his time into researching the … Continue reading Iowa State alumni find success with geothermal drilling