2011 Women of Innovation - Chloe Dedic

Iowa State engineers among women recently recognized for contributions to STEM fields

On November 17, 2011, the Technology Association of Iowa (TAI) honored women and girls who are leaders science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). Chloe Dedic, a senior in mechanical engineering, was recognized with the Collegiate Innovation and Leadership award and given a scholarship of $2,500. Dedic was among seven professionals and academics and two students honored … Continue reading Iowa State engineers among women recently recognized for contributions to STEM fields

ME senior honored with 2011 Women of Innovation award

Chloe Dedic, a senior in mechanical engineering at Iowa State University, was recognized with the Collegiate Innovation and Leadership award by the Technology Association of Iowa. The awards ceremony was held November 17, 2011. Dedic is among nine who were honored during the event. Read the full story.

Three with engineering ties win Women of Innovation Award

On November 11, 2010, the Technology Association of Iowa honored 46 women leaders from across the state and awarded 10 professionals, academicians, and students with Women of Innovation awards. Julie Dickerson, associate professor of electrical and computer engineering; Nicola Pohl, professor of chemistry and chemical and biological engineering; and Emma White, PhD student in materials … Continue reading Three with engineering ties win Women of Innovation Award