The latest news from the College of Engineering
The latest news from the College of Engineering

Latest News

Marissa Mueller

Biomedical engineering student named UI’s 22nd Rhodes Scholar

Marissa Mueller, who will graduate in May with a degree in biomedical engineering, is from Petrolia, Ontario, Canada, and on Saturday was named one of that country’s 11 Rhodes Scholars. Read more.

ARROMA Plant Sensor

Iowa public university collaboration leverages NASA data to benefit farming and education

Connecting valuable NASA data and the Iowans who could benefit from them most is at the heart of a new multidisciplinary, multi-university grant from the Iowa Space Grant Consortium called the Infrastructure for Data-Advanced Research and Education (I-DARE). Read more.

Abbie Moore

Engineering student, future Air Force officer reaches for the stars

As a member of Detachment 255, and through her work as a flight test research assistant, Abbie Moore has traveled to military bases across the country, experiencing unique military and professional training. Read more.

Armando Revelez

Exploring the mystery behind how things work

Armando Revelez wanted to understand how his high school math classes could be useful later in life. He’s now putting that knowledge to use at the University of Iowa, pursuing a joint BS/MS degree in electrical and computer engineering. Read more.

Moala Keshei Bannavti

3MT competition helps graduate students more effectively share their research

Moala Keshei Bannavti's winning presentation outlined her research to remediate PCBs in schools. To help schools identify and inexpensively remove materials that cause PCBs from their older buildings, Keshei Bannavti is developing a targeted materials-remediation plan as a civil and environmental engineering doctoral student. Read more.

Pogo Clothes

Stock up on Iowa Engineering apparel for the holidays

Looking for holiday gifts or just want a little treat for yourself? Check out our pop-up shop.

Material Microstructure

Baek and Udaykumar win the 2020 Defense Innovation Award from TechConnect

Stephen Baek, assistant professor of industrial and systems engineering, and H.S. Udaykumar, a professor of mechanical engineering and interim associate dean for research and graduate programs, both at the University of Iowa, received the 2020 Defense Innovation Award from TechConnect. Read more.

Join us for Herky Happy Hour on Dec. 3

Please join us for a happy hour and Q&A session with a former Herky mascot! Hear about a day in the life of Herky as told by a former student mascot. Bring your questions for Herky and hear from your fellow Iowa Engineering Alumni in our informal virtual happy hour at 7 p.m., Thursday, December 3. Presented by eGOLD. RSVP Now.

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