Iowa State’s Engineers for a Sustainable World chapter focuses its projects from both a local and international perspective. Read about several of group’s projects including rainwater harvesting in Uganda and solar lighting in India and Nicaragua in this Iowa State Daily article.
The Iowa State Chapter of Material Advantage (MA) received the “Most Outstanding Chapter” Award at this year’s national Materials Science and Technology Conference, marking seven consecutive years of earning the award. Kate Lindley, junior in materials engineering and president of the Iowa State chapter, said each award is an amazing achievement that continues to push …Continue reading “MSE group named best chapter for 7th straight year”
Haley Dillon, junior in materials engineering, and her younger brother Mark, freshman in engineering, are bringing the world of Harry Potter to Iowa State’s campus. The two founded the ISU Quidditch Club this fall, and student interest in the club continues to grow as word about its existence spreads. Read the full story.
Iowa State’s student chapter of Material Advantage received one of three World Materials Day awards for its outreach efforts. The award highlights the members’ efforts to demonstrate the importance of engineering to youth. Read the full article.