After years with Iowa State University’s Department of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering (ISU ABE), Professor Steve Hoff answers questions reflecting on his career at ISU prior to his retirement in July 2019 With 29 years of ISU experience, Steve Hoff has defined his life work by the skills and knowledge he has shared with his … Continue reading Ask a Cyclone Engineer: Steve Hoff
After years of serving on the Iowa State University (ISU) Faculty Senate, University Professor Steve Freeman has decided to step down from his senate duties this spring. Freeman has been involved in the senate since 2001 and served as senate president during the 2011-2012 term. “Steve has shown great commitment to service through his long-time … Continue reading After 18 years, Freeman finishes long-term commitment with ISU Faculty Senate
A total of 14 construction engineering students from Iowa State University’s (ISU) Associated General Contractors student chapter participated in the 2019 Appalachian Service Project (ASP) Race to Build. This competition was held in Johnson City, Tennessee, at the Bristol Motor Speedway on April 5- 7. The goal of this annual competition is for students to … Continue reading ISU AGC participates in Appalachian Service Project’s Race to Build
Spring 2019 is off to an exciting start for the Iowa State University (ISU) Alpha Xi chapter of Epsilon Pi Tau, an honor society for professions in technology. ISU’s Department of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering has eight new initiates from its current undergraduate classes. Epsilon Pi Tau recognizes academic excellence of students who are devoted … Continue reading ISU ABE welcomes newest members of Alpha Xi chapter of Epsilon Pi Tau
For five years running, Cyclone Energy has claimed the championship at the ELECTRI International Green Energy Challenge, and the team is at it again for 2019.
Hands-on experience has been the key to Sam Simons’ (’18 mech engr) success in the automotive industry. As a student at Iowa State, he studied abroad in Italy, did an internship at Nexteer and a co-op at BMW – turned into a full-time position with the automaker.
Friends, family memorialize efforts of late ISU civil engineering faculty member Not many people say they have a passion for Portland Cement Concrete Pavement, but James (Jim) Cable did. The Iowa State University (ISU) civil engineering professor was a dedicated teacher and researcher. It’s this dedication that family, friends and industry partners want to memorialize … Continue reading Professor’s passion for civil engineering lives on through generous scholarship
Raised on a farm in Monona County in western Iowa, Larry Buss earned a degree in ag engineering from Iowa State University. Before graduating in 1968, he worked three summers for the Soil Conservation Service in Sioux City. After graduation, he worked for the U.S. Navy in California for two years as an engineer, and then took a job with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in Omaha, Neb. All of this enabled Larry to “come home.”
Quality Matters certification of Civil Engineering 501: Preconstruction Project Engineering and Management guarantees highest standard of online learning for graduate students The course Civil Engineering (CE) 501: Preconstruction Project Engineering and Management is the newest Iowa State University (ISU) online course to earn Quality Matters (QM) certification. Quality Matters (QM) is a faculty-centered, peer review process … Continue reading Construction engineering faculty earn prestigious Quality Matters certification for preconstruction course
Jill Fratini forged a unique path as an engineer and a working mother. Fratini is the first woman to graduate from ISU with an undergraduate degree in agricultural and biosystems engineering.
A new film about seeds that takes viewers across the globe and onto Iowa farms will make its debut this weekend. The film, helmed by the director of the ISU Seed Science Center, is meant for a wide audience and captures the science and beauty of seeds.
A number of products you use in your home contain resins. Resins are materials that act as a glue between polymers, and polymers make up synthetic organic materials like plastics and fibers. Chris Williams, a professor in civil engineering, is working on a collaborative project that could replace resins with cleaner, more efficient biomaterials.
A number of products you use in your home contain resins. Resins are materials that act as a glue between polymers, and polymers make up synthetic organic materials like plastics and fibers. Chris Williams, a professor in civil engineering, is working on a collaborative project that could replace resins with cleaner, more efficient biomaterials. “It … Continue reading Clean and green
Iowa State University’s graduate program in agricultural and biosystems engineering has reclaimed the top spot in U.S. News and World Report magazine’s latest rankings of graduate programs.