Ibrahim Ozbolat, assistant professor of mechanical and industrial engineering and co-director of the Advanced Manufacturing Technology Group in the UI
Tianjiao Wang, a graduate student in biomedical engineering, is a recipient of the University of Iowa Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award.
By Tom Hanson (1960 B.S.M.E.) Vice Chairman, Board of Directors University of Iowa Foundation My parents met at the University of Iowa, just as my wife, Nancy, and I did — and they were the first people who taught me about the value of private philanthropy to the university. 
"The Process of Making Breakthroughs in Engineering" will be the topic of a special seminar April 29, presented by Thomas Kailath, Hitachi America Professor
David Wilder, professor of biomedical engineering, will be inducted May 4 as a 2015 member of the Delta Omega Honorary Society in Public Health.
Tianjiao Wang, graduate teaching assistant in biomedical engineering, has received an Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award for 2015. Wang was selected by the University of Iowa for her philosophy of teaching and learning, her classroom evaluations, and the strong support she garnered from students and faculty.
Several Engineering students were recently honored with a series of awards.
Four Additional Engineering Students Honored with Certificates By Anne Bassett
Genetically modified organisms (GMOs) will be the subject of the 2015 Paul D. Scholz Symposium on Technology and its Role in Society to be held from 5:00 to 5:50 p.m. Thursday, April 16, at C20 Pomerantz Center.
Eduardo Kac, visiting artist in sculture, will present a lecture at 7:00 p.m.
By Anne Bassett University of Iowa Strategic Communications
By Gary Galluzzo University of Iowa Strategic Communications
In a letter of commitment presented to President Barack Obama at the White House Science Fair today, more than 120 U.S.
James Ankrum, assistant professor of biomedical engineering and researcher at the UI Fraternal Order of Eagles Diabetes Research Center, has
US News Ranks UI Engineering Programs
Yin Yu, doctoral student in biomedical engineering and research assistant at the UI Center for Computer-Aided Design, has been selected to receive the Young
In June 2014, when the mammoth, 42-ton, 7 Tesla Whole Body Scanner was lowered carefully by crane into the UI’s new $126 million Pappajohn Biomedical Discovery Building (PBDB), it was big news.