We’re at that time of the year again and its time to wish our graduating student workers happy trails. This semester we have only one graduate: Jide Babawale. Hometown: Hazel Crest, IL Major: Chemical Engineering How long have you worked at the Engineering Library? Since the beginning of my Junior year, so for about fourContinue reading “Graduate Highlight: Jide Babawale”
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Explore Intellectual Property With Us
We were honored earlier this year to be named a Patent and Trademark Resource Center (PTRC) by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). During the month of April we’re highlighting that designation with workshops and a celebration. Check out the list of events and workshops below to get involved and explore intellectual property! Continue reading “Explore Intellectual Property With Us”
Share your work with a research poster!
The Engineering Research Open House is coming up! For those of you who are presenting, here are a few tips to ensure your poster makes a good impression: Think about your audience: Think about who is present at the event you are at and who you want to come talk to you. While a picture ofContinue reading “Share your work with a research poster!”
Pi Day Celebration Tomorrow!
We love Pi Day! Traditionally Pi Day is celebrated on March 14 (3/14), but since the students are on Spring Break that day, we’re celebrating a week early. Stop by the Engineering Library to get a FREE apple pie bite made by a local bakery while supplies last. Here are a few pi facts toContinue reading “Pi Day Celebration Tomorrow!”
Celebrate Engineers at Iowa!
It’s midterms and we’re all feeling a little… well we could use a break. From 1910 to the mid 1980’s, students here at the College of Engineering celebrated MECCA week to blow off some steam. MECCA was a student run organization that focused on celebrating engineers and having some fun (usually at the expense ofContinue reading “Celebrate Engineers at Iowa!”
Blind Date with a Book is Back!
Valentines Day is approaching and love is in the air – that’s why we have brought back our Blind Date with a Book event! All month long you can stop by by yourself, with a friend, or with a significant other and pick up your own to read. Never tried out a Blind Date withContinue reading “Blind Date with a Book is Back!”
Publish with IEEE for FREE!
We kicked the year off with an exciting new transformative agreement with the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). With this agreement University of Iowa authors have full access to IEEE’s Xplore Digital Library and can publish open access articles in all IEEE journals for free. IEEE publishes journals with topics that range fromContinue reading “Publish with IEEE for FREE!”
Welcome to the Spring 2023 semester! Here’s just a bit of what you can expect from us in the next few months: As a reminder, all of our workshops are FREE but registration is required! Soldering Workshop Series Did you make a resolution to learn a new skill this year? Give soldering a try! Soldering isContinue reading “Welcome Back!”
Graduate Profile: Mary Kelly
We’re nearing the end of the semester (don’t panic) so we’re going to take the next two weeks to celebrate our graduating student workers! Mary Kelly Hometown: Des Moines, IA Major: International Studies (Business and Global Resources Track) How long have you been working at the Engineering Library: One semester, but I used to work at the SciencesContinue reading “Graduate Profile: Mary Kelly”
Graduate Profile: Jake Santi
We’re nearing the end of the semester (don’t panic) so we’re going to take the next two weeks to celebrate our graduating student workers! Jake Santi Hometown: Western Springs, IL Major: Engineering How long have you worked at the Engineering Library? 1.5 years What are your plans after graduation? Working at ComEd in their Engineer Rotational Program in theContinue reading “Graduate Profile: Jake Santi”