A 1999 article in Visions magazine, produced by the Iowa State University Alumni Association, informed many aspects of the reporting in this four-part series Even though he was the fourth generation from his family to attend Iowa State, Ian Liggett did so because he liked the university, not because he wanted to be carry on …Continue reading “Liggett Family Legacy – Part IV: Ian Liggett”
Industrial engineering senior Benjamin Paul Jacobson recently received the Wallace E Barron Award All-University Senior Award. The award is an honor of the Iowa State Alumni Association and recognizes five outstanding seniors who display high character, outstanding achievement in academics and university/community involvement and promise to continue these exemplary qualities as alumni. Jacobson is the …Continue reading “IE student named Wallace E Barron All-University Senior”
The frame of Team PrISUm’s solar car Hyperion was displayed during the Veishea parade and then outside Marston Hall on Saturday, April 21. The team has thus far been successful at sticking to their aggressive timeline to prepare the car for this summer’s 1,600 mile race, which will run from Rochester, New York, to St. …Continue reading “PrISUm’s Hyperion shines during Veishea”
This year’s 2011 Veishea parade float created by Freshman Leaders in Engineering (FLiE) received 1st place in the non-traditional float category. See the list of parade winners. Check out more pictures of the float and other college Veishea events.
Veishea 2011 and the Student Activities Center had a recognition ceremony Tuesday to honor Iowa State’s outstanding leaders, faculty, and organizations. Winners associated with the College of Engineering include Brian Capesius, senior in mechanical engineering, a student leader recognized for hard work Katherine Ament, graduate in materials science and engineering, recognized with the Outstanding Student …Continue reading “Engineering students win Student Activities Center awards”
Iowa State University’s annual student-run Veishea celebration is ready to kick off 89 years of tradition with Cyclone family favorites and an extensive entertainment lineup. Highlights of the College of Engineering’s Veishea participation this year include – Dean Wickert will walk in the parade with the Freshmen Leaders in Engineering (FLiE) student organization’s float The College …Continue reading “Veishea is April 11-17”
Engineering programs prepare Jessica Tobelmann for career, life