Agricultural & Biological Engineering - Purdue University

Spotlights

Mark Moeling (ENRE 2010) was nominated as a New Face of Engineering by the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers (ASABE)
Jane Frankenberger is heading a $5 million federally funded project examining the economic and environmental benefits and costs of storing water on farms in ways for crops to use it when they need it and to reduce nutrients draining into waterways.
We are honored to be named the #1 ABE grad program for the 7th consecutive year. The work we do here matters and our students make the difference.
We are delighted to announce the Distinguished Agriculture Alumni Award recipients for 2015. The Distinguished Agriculture Alumni Award recognizes mid-career Purdue Agriculture alumni who have demonstrated outstanding accomplishments, made significant contributions to their professions or to society in general and exhibit high potential for future professional growth.
The purpose of this award is to recognize excellence by faculty in the College of Engineering in the advising and mentoring of students.
The purpose of this award is to recognize excellence in research by faculty in the College of Engineering.
The College of Agriculture started a “Millionaire's Club” in 2005 to recognize faculty in the College of Agriculture who have been awarded a $1M or higher grant.
Associate professor of agricultural and biological engineering Nathan Mosier has been appointed the Indiana Soybean Alliance Soybean Utilization Endowed Chair, continuing a partnership to develop new uses for soybeans.
This is not a traditional Spotlight, but I wanted to make it a high-profile item: our newsletter went out last week and evidently Printing Services had problems with the mailing process. Many of you have contacted me to let me know you got someone else's newsletter and to express concern that they might not have received a copy.
Beginning February, 2013, the Graduate Ag Research Spotlight shines each month on an individual whose work reflects our commitment to the six strategic themes that guide Agricultural Research at Purdue.
The Ag Research Spotlight shines each month on an individual whose work reflects our commitment to the six strategic themes that guide Agricultural Research at Purdue.
For the 4th consecutive year, our undergraduate programs have been ranked #1 by US News & World Report (tied this year with University of Illinois). It's great to continue to be in this special position.
Post-doctoral student Cibin Raj was awarded the Best Student/Post-Doc of the Year award at the 2014 international SWAT (soil water assessment tool) conference.
Dr. Bernard Engel
ASABE defines a Fellow as a member of unusual professional distinction, with outstanding and extraordinary qualifications and experience in, or related to, the field of agricultural, food, or biological systems engineering.
This award honors and recognizes a member of ASABE who has performed noteworthy contributions to the advancement of soil and water engineering in teaching, research, planning, design, construction, management or development of materials.
Dr. Mark Nearing
Each division selects up to 5% of the papers published by their division for an award. Winners are presented with a certificate during the General Session and Recognition Program at the Annual International Meeting and each author receives a certificate.
A group of Purdue University faculty and staff who work to convert non-food plant materials into usable transportation fuels and other products will receive the 2014 College of Agriculture TEAM award.