Purdue ABE Recognized at ASABE Annual Meeting
The Department of Agricultural & Biological Engineering was well-represented at the American Society of Agricultural & Biological Engineers (ASABE) this week in Orlando. Post-doctoral assistant Paul Lengemann was presented with the Robert E. Stewart Engineering-Humanities Award, which honors a graduate or undergraduate student for outstanding contributions to the profession and the humanities.
Professor John Lumkes was presented with the Kishida International Award honoring outstanding contributions to engineering-mechanization-technological programs of education, research, development, consultation, or technology transfer that have resulted in significant improvements outside the United States.
Department Head Bernard Engel was given the James R. and Karen A. Gilley Academic Leadership Award to “honor and recognize annually an ASABE member who is currently providing outstanding academic leadership while serving as department head/chair of a Biological and Agricultural Engineering Department (or similarly named department) in the United States that presently has an ABET accredited Agricultural/Biological Engineering program.
Congratulations to our faculty and students who presented and participated.