The most successful engineering graduates will possess the skills to thrive in the emerging global environment. A global experience as an undergraduate will provide invaluable exposure to different cultures and new ways of thinking.
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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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This week, the University of Iowa and College of Engineering will celebrate generous UI donors with an annual series of campus-wide events highlighting the impact of their philanthropy -- PHIL -- and raising awareness on campus about the importance of private support in the university.
University of Iowa Engineering graduate student in chemical and biochemical engineering Negin Sobhani received First Place Student Oral Presentation for the Third Symposium on High Performance Computing for Weather, Water, and Climate in January in Seattle, WA.  Her oral presentation was entitled "Performance Analysis and Optimization of the Wea
Charlie Catlett, senior computer scientist at Argonne National Laboratory, a U.S. Department of Energy scientific research laboratory, will deliver a special technical a lecture on "Measuring Cities: New Opportunities for Embedded Systems and Data Analytics" at 1:30 p.m. April 17 in Stanley Auditorium, 1505 Seamans Center.

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