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2021-2022 (August-July) ISU wall calendar filled with striking full-color photos of Iowa State. Produced by the ISU Alumni Association, the calendar features the photography of Christopher Gannon and Matt Van Winkle. 12-3/4in x 9-3/4in.
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Mechanical engineering was one of the first majors offered to students when Iowa State College (as it was then called) first opened its doors in 1869. In addition to providing instruction for students, the department and its associated workshops manufactured tables, chairs and other equipment used on campus during the early years of the university. The ME department played an important role in the war efforts for both the First and Second World Wars by offering its facilities and faculty to train mechanics, machinists and other specialists during the war periods. The department, and university as a whole, saw tremendous enrollment growth during the post war periods, which led to an expansion of the department’s facilities and faculty. The university’s first female ME student completed her studies in 1908, while the department’s first African American alumnus graduated in 1914. Two other ME alums have even gone on to serve Iowa in the U.S. House of Representatives. In the fall of 2016, Iowa State’s ME department surpassed Georgia Tech to become the largest undergraduate ME department in the country. 150 Years of Mechanical Engineering at Iowa State University tells the proud history of the ME department, as well as the nuclear engineering department (which was eventually administered by ME), from its beginnings to where it is now in this interesting, visually-engaging book.
The ISU Alumni Association is your exclusive retailer of these wooden miniatures of ISU landmarks. Collect them NOW as they're limited quantities and have been discontinued!
Own a piece of Iowa State football history!
Purchase a limited edition plated and numbered brick from the Clyde Williams Stadium. Originally located at the corner of Lincoln Way and Sheldon Avenue in Ames, Iowa, the stadium served for 64 years before being retired. Each brick comes with a certificate of authenticity.
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Each year the Iowa State University Alumni Association and Adams & Adams, Inc. develop a commemorative pewter ornament. All items produced and sold by Commemoratives - Adams and Adams are properly licensed by the university and/or its licensing agents.
Products manufactured by Commemoratives - Adams and Adams are made in the U.S.A. by meticulous and skilled craft workers. Their pride and ability is apparent with each piece. With Commemoratives -Adams and Adams you will also find that customer service is our primary concern! We provide a customer friendly return policy. If for whatever reason you are not fully satisfied with your product feel free to return it for a full credit.
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Artist Joe Gallagher worked with staff at the ISU Alumni Association to create the original oil painting “Iowa State University” which now hangs in the association’s office. Limited Edition Prints are now available for sale with a portion of the proceeds benefiting the ISUAA. Gold or black frames are options.
ISUAA Joe Gallagher Print (Gold Frame)
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ISUAA Joe Gallagher Print (Black Frame)
Produced by the ISU Alumni Association, SEASONS of Iowa State University, captures the four seasons on the Iowa State campus through stunning images by photographer Jim Heemstra. In addition to its colorful photography, SEASONS is brimming with evocative descriptions of Iowa State's land-grant history; its art, architecture, and landscaping; and its student-friendly, scholarly environment.
About the Author: Jim Heemstra, freelance photographer, has been photographing the Iowa State University campus for more than 25 years. His photographs have been prominently featured in VISIONS - the ISU Alumni Association magazine - and in the Iowa State wall calendar. In 2009, he began contributing "Photo of the Week"; images to the Association website. His most recent photography exhibition, VISIONS Across America: Portraits of Iowa State Alumni by Jim Heemstra, was on display at ISU's Brunnier Art Museum in 2014. Project Management/Writing was completed by Carole Gieseke, ISU Alumni Association, Chief Communications Officer.
Industrial engineering has existed on the Iowa State campus for more than a century. The original curriculum was a five-course sub-track within the mechanical engineering major and today the department offers one undergraduate degree, one undergraduate minor, and five graduate degrees. Through the Seasons: 100 Years of Industrial Engineering at Iowa State University is a colorful, picture-filled book that tells the story of the industrial engineering department on campus. It includes bits about the department’s evolution, noteworthy research contributions, accolades from industrial engineering student-athletes, and much more. Take a trip down memory lane and learn some interesting tidbits along the way with this hard-to-put-down book.
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