An undergraduate degree in industrial engineering (IE) can lead to a career in many fields. For one Iowa State University alumnus, that field happens to be patent and intellectual property law. “IE seemed like the toughest degree to get and I’m always attracted to a challenge,” Chris Proskey thought when he was deciding on his … Continue reading From engineering to business to law, Chris Proskey has experience in it all
Meghan Heavener, first-year MBA student and senior in Industrial Engineering at Iowa State University, is combining engineering with business to achieve her goals. The MBA program only added one year to her degree program, but she hopes that it will add a lot more to her skillset.
An industrial engineering alumna has taken the skills she learned at Iowa State and is now applying them to the fashion industry in the Big Apple. Casey Waechter (BSIE’05) grew up in Cedar Rapids, Iowa and looked at schools in both Iowa and Chicago when it came time for college. Ultimately she picked the Ames-based … Continue reading From the blue skies of Iowa to the skyscrapers of New York
William Graham, a student concurrently pursuing a MBA and BS in mechanical engineering, ran in the 122nd Boston Marathon on Monday. The 23-year old finished 29th out of 14,142 males who completed the 26.2-mile race. “My teammates and I from the Iowa State Running Club, trained for the Boston Marathon all through the winter,” said Graham. “Seeing our … Continue reading ME student finishes 29th in the Boston Marathon
(Editor’s note: This is the second installment in a series of student profiles written by students in JLMC 321, Public Relations Writing. Our thanks to the authors, to senior lecturer Erin Wilgenbusch, to the Greenlee School of Journalism and Communications, and to the subjects. Read the first installment.) Bruno Orticelli In five years at Iowa … Continue reading About students, by students (Part II)