Kalbfleisch stayed in the Purdue College of Engineering as he earned his acoustical engineering bachelor’s and a master’s in mechanical engineering. As his interests narrowed to fluid power acoustics, Kalbfleisch applied to ABE. The program served as Kalbfleisch’s introduction to agriculture.
As part of her new responsibilities as Vice Provost for Teaching and Learning, ABE Professor Jenna Rickus will manage the system-wide implementation of the transition from Blackboard Learn to Brightspace.
With the transfer of the Biotechnology Innovation and Regulatory Science (BIRS) professional Master's program, and the Biotechnology Quality and Regulatory Compliance (BQRC) graduate certificate program, the Agricultural and Biological Engineering graduate program has almost doubled in enrollment.