Tag: Iowa State Unviersity College of Engineering

Klocke honored with Academic Advising Impact award

Andrea Klocke, academic adviser in materials science and engineering, received the 2013-2014 Academic Advising Impact award, given by the University Academic Advising Committee. The award recognizes faculty or professional staff who have continued to demonstrate outstanding performance in advising Iowa State University undergraduate students throughout their professional career. Devna Popejoy-Sheriff, academic adviser in industrial and manufacturing systems … Continue reading Klocke honored with Academic Advising Impact award

Iowa State wins grant for new bioplastics center

A new center that will research bioplastics and biocomposites is getting a boost from a planning grant from the National Science Foundation. NSF is giving start-up funding to the Biopolymers and Biocomposites Research Team at Iowa State University. The proposed center will be collaboration between Iowa State and the UMass Lowell’s department of plastics engineering. … Continue reading Iowa State wins grant for new bioplastics center

College builds key partnership for online learning program

The Iowa State University College of Engineering was recently named a preferred provider of online education at the Boeing Company. This agreement highlights the long-term relationship that has existed between Iowa State and Boeing. “The college has done a wonderful job serving traditional students who can come to campus and do their learning within the … Continue reading College builds key partnership for online learning program

Rajan, inter-university research group awarded grant to extend DARPA project

Working with professors from Stanford University, the University of California Berkeley, and the University of Washington, Krishna Rajan is developing a new materials science paradigm to design advanced devices made from nano and microelectromechanical systems (N/MEMS). The project is funded by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA).