• Dr. Jeramy Ashlock earns Iowa State civil engineering’s first NSF CAREER Award. [CLICK IMAGE TO READ MORE]

  • An alumni gift provides 100 students strengths-building books. [CLICK IMAGE TO READ MORE]

    StrengthsFinder Books
  • Engineering student team builds 29-foot LEGO man for charity. [CLICK IMAGE TO READ MORE]

    Engineering student team builds 29-foot LEGO man for charity
  • Dr. Richard Handy publishes “FORE and the Future of Practically Everything.” [CLICK IMAGE TO READ MORE]

    Dick Handy publishes ‘FORE’
  • Iowa State students have placed first 37 times in this competition. [CLICK IMAGE TO READ MORE]

    ASC Teams 37 wins since 1994
  • Associate Professor Chris Rehmann’s group has worked with the South Florida Water Management District to measure flow resistance caused by vegetation. This work will help with hydraulic modeling needed to restore the Kissimmee River.

    Chris Rehmann Environmental Engineering
  • The Institute for Transportation earned a $5.2 million U.S. DOT grant to establish the Midwest Transportation Center. [CLICK IMAGE TO READ MORE]

    MTC InTrans Award
  • Associate Professor Halil Ceylan hosts a pavement health monitoring research site near Ames, Iowa. Using wired and wireless sensors, the team measures stresses and strains in freshly laid concrete. The tests show how concrete responds to temperature, moisture and physical strain as it matures.

    Halil Pavement Monitoring
  • Iowa State NECA places in top 3 at national green energy challenge. [CLICK IMAGE TO READ MORE]

    Iowa State NECA places in top 3 at national green energy challenge