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Mike Morgan: Chemistry “clicks”

Chemical engineering graduate enjoys teaching science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) in retirement “I took chemistry, and it clicked,” says Mike Morgan, 1974 chemical engineering graduate. At a young age, he thought he would major in electrical engineering, but after disliking physics in high school, he changed his mind. That left him looking for another …Continue reading “Mike Morgan: Chemistry “clicks””

Iowa State’s external funding hits record $305.2 million in FY2009

The College of Engineering at Iowa State is responsible for attracting much of the record funding during fiscal year 2009. Projects range from the NSF Engineering Research Center for Biorenewable Chemicals to rapid highway renewal, biofuels research, a clean gasification system, energy and transportation infrastructures, and solar energy. Read more .