The College of Engineering’s associate dean for academic affairs and mechanical engineering professor Sriram Sundararajan will give a seminar to scientists and engineers alike at this year’s annual AAAS meeting this month in Boston. The meeting is themed “Serving Society through Science Policy”, and Sundararajan will speak out about how Iowa State’s researchers learn not only things … Continue reading Sriram Sundararajan to present at American Association for the Advancement of Science Meeting
The College of Engineering’s newly appointed associate dean for academic affairs Sriram Sundararajan shares his adventure at Iowa State and why he has so much to look forward to in his new role. As the new academic year gets underway, I wanted to extend a welcome (back!) to all of our students, faculty and staff. I hope you all … Continue reading A new year, a new adventure!
Sriram Sundararajan has been named associate dean for academic affairs at the Iowa State University College of Engineering. The appointment took effect July 1. Sundararajan joined Iowa State in 2002 and is currently a professor in the mechanical engineering department. He also serves as professor in charge of the Engineering-Liberal Arts and Sciences Online Learning … Continue reading Sriram Sundararajan named associate dean for Iowa State University College of Engineering
It’s no secret – there is a need to engage underrepresented groups in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields. We need diversity of thought and different ways of thinking as we work on solving important, multifaceted problems. When know that adding more ideas as we begin exploring these sorts of problems means everyone is not going to … Continue reading Shifting perspective, increasing diversity
Sriram Sundararajan, a mechanical engineering professor at Iowa State, has been named a Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. The title of “Fellow” is only awarded to 2.5% of ASME members. ASME cited Sundararajan’s selection because he is “an outstanding researcher and dedicated mechanical engineering educator.” His research on tribology and surface engineering … Continue reading Sundararajan named ASME Fellow
On Nov. 1, Sriram Sundararajan began serving as the next College of Engineering equity advisor. In this role, he will help expand the diversity among the college’s faculty and implement ISU ADVANCE goals. He will also lead continued efforts to create an inclusive culture for women and underrepresented minorities within the college. Sundararajan says he … Continue reading Sundararajan named College of Engineering equity advisor