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

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College of Engineering recognized as part of ASEE Diversity Recognition Program

The American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) has recognized the College of Engineering at the University of Iowa as part of its Diversity Recognition Program. Read more.

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Iowans advise NASA on which satellites should stay in orbit

A pair of Iowans – professors from the University of Iowa and Iowa State University – helped to shape the future of NASA by evaluating the agency’s satellite missions and recommending which satellites should stay in orbit. Read more.

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UI researchers work to significantly improve brain scan resolution

University of Iowa researchers in engineering and medicine have won a five-year federal grant to significantly improve the resolution of brain scans, which could bolster the fight against diseases as people age. Read more.

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Amanda Mikhail inducted into Distinguished Engineering Alumni Academy

On Sunday, December 20, 2020, Amanda Mikhail (BSE Mechanical Engineering 1999) was inducted into the College of Engineering's Distinguished Engineering Alumni Academy as part of the Fall Commencement ceremony. Read more.

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ECE alumna Suman Sherwani named to Forbes 30 under 30 list

Suman Sherwani is working on NASA-funded rocket and satellite missions in the UI Department of Physics and Astronomy, and is featured on Forbes’ “30 Under 30” list for science. Read more.

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Passion discovered? Check. Next step: Staying to pursue a PhD

Juliana Danesi Ruiz discovered a passion for robotics in the College of Engineering. Read more.

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Revitalizing an honors society

When Renee Mittelberg became president of the Iowa chapter of the Phi Eta Sigma honors society, she saw nothing but untapped potential. Read more.

Creativity comes with the engineering experience

Loden Henning planned to study engineering in another state. But after being accepted to New York University and the University of Washington, he decided to go to the University of Iowa—because of its creative writing program. Read more.

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