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ECpE alumnus wins PACE award

Steven Specker (PhD 1970) has been selected for a Professional Achievement Citation in Engineering (PACE) Award by Iowa State University College of Engineering. This citation recognizes alumni known for their professional competence and creativity. Sandbulte professor and Chair of the ECpE Department Awards committee, Ian Dobson sent in the nomination for Steven Specker. In Specker’s …Continue reading “ECpE alumnus wins PACE award”

ISU Alumni Association confers awards at Homecoming

Six engineering college alumni receive honors on October 10, 2014. At the 2014 Honors and Awards Ceremony, six distinguished engineering alumni will be recognized by Iowa State University Alumni Association and the College of Engineering. The event, which is celebrating its 83rd year, is open to the public and will be held at Benton Auditorium …Continue reading “ISU Alumni Association confers awards at Homecoming”

October roundup

From opening to close, the month of October brought a rush of activity to the College of Engineering and across campus. Family Weekend (October 1–2) hinted of the flurry to come as the college’s tailgating tents overflowed with guests—and a big win over Texas Tech didn’t hurt, either. What followed was a series of events …Continue reading “October roundup”

Four engineering alums to receive awards during Homecoming

Michael Steffenson (BSChemE’59), this year’s recipient of the Anson Marston Medal, heads a list of College of Engineering alumni who will receive awards as part of Iowa State’s 2010 Homecoming activities. Umit Ozkan (PhDChemE’84) will receive the college’s Professional Achievement Citation in Engineering (PACE) award. Benjamin C. Bruns (BSConE’01) and Francis L. de los Reyes …Continue reading “Four engineering alums to receive awards during Homecoming”

EE alum recognized for securing Iowa State’s place in computing history

R. K. (Richard) Richards, a 1943 electrical engineering graduate, received a PACE (Professional Achievement Citation in Engineering) award Friday in recognition of contributions toward Iowa State being named “The Birthplace of the Digital Computer.” Read more here.

EE alum recognized for securing Iowa State's place in computing history

R. K. (Richard) Richards, a 1943 electrical engineering graduate, received a PACE (Professional Achievement Citation in Engineering) award Friday in recognition of contributions toward Iowa State being named “The Birthplace of the Digital Computer.” Read more here.

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