ASEE presents award to ECpE University Professor Diane Rover

This year the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) Electrical and Computer Education (ECE) Division presented the Meritorious Service Award to University Professor Diane Rover of Iowa State University’s Electrical and Computer Engineering department. The award recognizes a commendable service to the ASEE ECE Division over an extended period of time. Rover was presented with … Continue reading ASEE presents award to ECpE University Professor Diane Rover

Iowa State University engineering dean receives national award for women with exceptional contributions to engineering education

Sarah Rajala, dean of the Iowa State University College of Engineering, is the 2015 recipient of the Harriett B. Rigas Award from the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Education Society. Rajala received the national award that recognizes outstanding female faculty for exceptional contributions to electrical and computer engineering education and the global engineering community … Continue reading Iowa State University engineering dean receives national award for women with exceptional contributions to engineering education

Faculty receive special recognition

Ten Iowa State faculty members received special awards for the 2015-16 academic year. Three faculty each have been named Distinguished and University Professor, and four have been named Morrill Professor. They, along with other university and regent award recipients, will be honored Sept. 21 at the annual faculty and staff awards ceremony. Distinguished Professor The … Continue reading Faculty receive special recognition

College of Engineering and LAS professors study STEM faculty engagement

Researchers in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and the College of Engineering at Iowa State University are studying factors affecting the engagement of STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) faculty and the contributions of their work. The study, “EAGER: Understanding and Strengthening STEM Faculty Engagement, the Institutional Environment and Transformative Research,” proposes to … Continue reading College of Engineering and LAS professors study STEM faculty engagement

Three engineering women join group recognized for impact at Iowa State

Diane Rover, Andrea Dvorak and Julia Anderson-Lee pictured in calendar published by Catt Center for Women and Politics The ninth annual Women Impacting ISU calendar will honor 12 women from Iowa State. Three people affiliated with the College of Engineering are honored to be part of the new calendar, which was unveiled on Wednesday, January 14, … Continue reading Three engineering women join group recognized for impact at Iowa State

ISU student-designed app tracks butterflies and attracts worldwide attention

Written by Teddi Barron Iowa State University News Service AMES, Iowa — An app designed by Iowa State University computer engineering students is catching the attention of butterfly researchers and monitors from Ames to Europe. The Unified Butterfly Recorder (UBR) is a fully functional app for Android phones and tablets available on Google Play store. … Continue reading ISU student-designed app tracks butterflies and attracts worldwide attention

Two CoE faculty members named ASEE Fellows

Two Iowa State University College of Engineering (CoE) faculty members have been named 2012 American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) Fellows, a feat only six others from the CoE have achieved since the organization was founded in 1893. The selection of Larry Genalo, University Professor of materials science and engineering (MSE), and Diane Rover, professor … Continue reading Two CoE faculty members named ASEE Fellows