The Blueprint is a student-run organization that creates a magazine focusing on current events and developments related to engineering & technology. Student Members of the organization collaborate to improve skills including both technical and creative writing, graphic design and visualization techniques, and project management. The magazine is distributed to students, staff, and faculty at Iowa State University free of charge.
News & Announcements
October 25, 2016
Our first issue has been electronically released to the public and we would love feedback! If you are interested in doing any writing, designing, marketing, or anything else for the next issue please contact any of the members.
The QR code can be found in the photo gallery on this website.
April 6, 2016
Pilot Issue Coming Soon!
The release of our first pilot issue is set for the end of April and we hope that everyone gets to check it out!
Some of the articles included are:
Coin Credit Card Review - How wallets are being transformed into a small and convenient credit card sized micro controllers
Tech of the Day - Exploration into the 2017 Ford GT
The Future is Built with Bamboo - Discussion of the benefits of bamboo construction for the environment as well as aesthetic appeal they can bring to buildings
Team PrISUm - Learn all about Iowa State's nationally ranked Solar Car Team
Elon Musk - This CEO and CTO of Space X and CEO and pduct architect of Telsa Motors has a lot more to offer than just the secrets of making money
Iowa State Alumni: Where Are They Now? with Rick Schultze (Class of 1982) - Get to know how this ISU alum has developed developed his career after all the experience at Iowa State with a personal interview
These are just a few articles that will be included so keep on the lookout for our first edition of The Blueprint!
April 6, 2016
What Can I Do?
Anybody that has any cool ideas or interest in helping develop the Blueprint Engineering and Technology Magazine should come talk to any of the current members. There is a range of possibilities for you to take on and, you can choose to do anything. Do you like web design, photography, writing, interviewing people, advertising, editing, brainstorming, or just having a good time with a great group of people? If any of that sounds interesting please contact any member to get more information, because there is so much more that the club has to offer to students of all majors!