Students and their families gathered in Howe Hall on Saturday morning to honor the aerospace engineering Fall 2017 graduates. The students enjoyed breakfast with their families and professors before a ceremony in Lee Liu Auditorium to recognize the graduates as well as several exceptional honorees. Interim chair Christina Bloebaum spoke to the graduates and congratulated … Continue reading Aer E honors graduates in pre-commencement celebration
Graduating industrial and manufacturing systems engineering students and their families gathered together in Troxel Hall on Saturday morning to honor the Fall 2017 graduates. The students enjoyed breakfast with their families and professors prior to a pre-commencement ceremony. 48 students graduated with a Bachelor of Science, 8 students with a Masters in Systems Engineering, 8 … Continue reading IMSE Fall 2017 graduates celebrate together
Shahin Hajilar, a Ph.D. student in the Department of Civil, Construction and Enviornmental Engineering, has been selected student marshal for the fall 2017 graduate commencement ceremony.
With blue skies and beautiful weather for graduation day, Iowa State University’s Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering (ISU CCEE) acknowledges success of Class of 2017 More than 120 graduates were recognized during the ISU CCEE Spring 2017 Pre-Commencement Celebration. The celebration, held on Saturday morning at the Iowa State Center Scheman Building, commended the … Continue reading CCEE celebrates spring class of 2017 graduates
Graduating aerospace engineering students were honored at a reception on Saturday morning. The students enjoyed breakfast with their families and professors before a ceremony in Hoover Hall to recognize the graduates as well as several exceptional honorees. The reception featured a surprise visit from aerospace engineering alum Dennis Muilenburg ’86 who is this year’s commencement … Continue reading AerE graduates receive surprise visit from Dennis Muilenburg
As thousands of Iowa State students prepare to graduate this weekend, the mechanical engineering department will be bringing its pre-commencement reception to the living rooms of families and friends who cannot make the trip to Ames. The ME department will broadcast a Facebook Live stream of Saturday’s pre-commencement reception which will take place from 8:30 … Continue reading ME will Facebook live stream Saturday’s pre-commencement reception
Dennis Muilenburg (AerE ’86) will deliver the Spring Commencement address on Saturday, May 4 at Jack Trice Stadium. Muilenburg, who serves as chairman, president and CEO of The Boeing Company, will address a record 4,322 graduates. The world’s largest aerospace company, Boeing employs approximately 150,000 people across the United States and in more than 65 countries. … Continue reading AerE alum, Dennis Muilenburg to deliver commencement address
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
Iowa State University President Steven Leath this morning (April 29) announced a new location for ISU’s spring undergraduate commencement ceremony. The May 7 celebration will be moved to Jack Trice Stadium, the university’s largest venue. University officials predict attendance at this spring’s undergraduate commencement ceremony will exceed capacity at the traditional Hilton Coliseum location.
Twelve seniors will be honored at this semester’s commencement ceremony
Three commencement ceremonies this weekend gave Iowa State over 4,000 new alumni. The Graduate college commencement happened Friday, with an address by Susan Lamont, C.F. Curtis Distinguished Professor in agricultural and life sciences. “I propose to you tonight that when you follow your own internal compass guided by your own personal set of wisely chosen and deeply hallowed values, then you will have a life of satisfaction and a life that will make a significant contribution to society and to the world,” Lamont said. “Because I know that 10 years from now it will make a difference that you graduated from Iowa State University.”
Kyle Debelak, senior in materials engineering, has been named the College of Engineering student marshal for the fall 2011 commencement ceremonies scheduled for December 17. He will be accompanied by Steve Martin, Distinguished Professor of materials science and engineering (MSE). Debelak will graduate with honors in materials engineering—with an emphasis on ceramics and polymers—and German. … Continue reading Student marshal and outstanding senior nominees to be honored at fall commencement