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Thanks to the generous donations from alumni and friends, the College of Engineering has hundreds scholarships that provide financial support for admitted and enrolled undergraduate engineering students.

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The College of Engineering has appointed two alumni as members of its Engineering Advisory Board. They are Sharon K. Tinker (BSChE 1980) and Christopher Day (BSE 1991 Civil Engineering).  Both will serve four-year terms starting with the April 7, 2017 board meeting.
Dr. Douglas Mupasiri, professor and head of mathematics at the University of Northern Iowa (UNI), will be the featured speaker January 20 at a STEM Celebration of Martin Luther King, Jr.  The event will be held at 4:00 p.m. in the Summers Electronic Classroom, 2229 Seamans Center.
Science Advances, a peer-reviewed multidisciplinary open-access scientific journal, has published a paper co-authored by two University of Iowa environmental researchers on how a self-amplifying chemical mechanism explains severe winter haze events in China.

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