Cyclone Engineering undergraduates will present research posters at the Iowa Statehouse at the 14th annual Research in the Capitol event on April 1. Research in the Capitol highlights the important research being conducted by undergraduate students across the state. Students will interact with elected officials, university administrators and news media, discussing the impact their research could have on Iowa, the nation and the world.
A group of industrial engineering students recently traveled to Des Moines to present their research to lawmakers, media members, and other members of the public at the capitol. Undergraduate research assistants from industrial and manufacturing systems engineering (IMSE) assistant professor Hantang Qin’s Flexible Electronics and Additive Printing (FEAP) Lab visited the statehouse on April 3 …Continue reading “IE students present research at the statehouse”
Ten Iowa State University engineering undergraduate students will showcase their research at the 13th annual Research in the Capitol event on April 3.
With research on wind turbine blade optimization, the underlying mechanisms of neuroinflammation, the Native American Jingle Dress and Iowa’s care deserts, there will be much to discuss when 22 Iowa State University undergraduates present their research to legislators and others during the annual “Research in the Capitol.” The event will be from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesday, March 29, in the Rotunda of the State Capitol building in Des Moines.
By Jim Heise, senior lecturer for the Department of Mechanical Engineering Every year, ISU spends a day at our state capitol giving legislators, state employees and visitors the opportunity to see all the great things we do at Iowa State University. I was happy bring along some of my best and most enthusiastic students from the ISU …Continue reading “Reflecting on the ISU Day at the Capitol”