Throughout the past academic year, the University of Iowa's "Iowa Now" web site has published numerous profiles on University of Iowa students -- including Engineering -- under the banner of "The Student Experience." This series showcases students who excel academically—inside and outside the classroom.
Several of our profile subjects are graduating this month, including Engineering senior Alex Zeppieri, which "Iowa Now" just featured. "Iowa Now" reached out to previously featured students to find out where they are heading after graduation. Below you'll find updates and links to the previously published content.
Hometown: West Des Moines, Iowa
Area of study: Biomedical engineering
The University of Iowa senior and biomedical engineering major has worked in two faculty research laboratories, helped teach an engineering class to her
Update: In January, Undurty indicated she had been applying to medical schools, including the University of Iowa, with plans to be a pediatric physician. This fall, Undurty will start her medical training...here at the University of Iowa.
Hometown: Cedar Rapids, Iowa
Areas of study: Industrial engineering, global health studies, business administration
During her first semester, Kindig met with H.S. (Uday) Udaykumar, professor of mechanical and industrial engineering in the UI College of Engineering,
Update: Kindig has received a 2015 Gates Cambridge Scholarship to attend the University of Cambridge, England. Kindig, who conducted independent research on alternative cooking technologies in rural India and Cameroon as a UI undergraduate, plans to continue her exploration of sustainable product design in the University of Cambridge's Engineering for Sustainable Development program.
Original story: Cedar Rapids engineering major develops solar stoves in India