ABE recognized for achievement and advancement at annual conference

From July 13 to July 16, the hallways in Elings Hall and Sukup Hall were a little vacant. This was due to many in the Department of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering attending the 2014 ASABE (American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers) annual international meeting in Montreal. Faculty, staff and students were in attendance, and several were recognized for their outstanding and exemplary contributions to their field. Congratulations to the recipients of the following awards:

The Iowa State University student branch of ASABE was also well represented at the conference with a total of 11 students attending. In addition to presenting posters and content at technical sessions, the following students and teams were recognized:

Comments

  1. Stewart Melvin says:

    Congratulations to all award winners at the recent international meeting. I am impressed with the great accomplishments of these young faculty (including Steve Hoff) and students named in the press release. With the new building and great faculty, staff and students, I certainly feel this is probably the best ag and bio department not only in the USA but probably the world. Keep up the good work.

    Stu Melvin

  2. Atta Atia says:

    I am very proud to be a graduate of this great department. Just wondering will Davidson Hall remain empty?

  3. dwoolley says:

    Atta Atia – For now Davidson will be empty, but this fall or winter the building will be torn down to accommodate the expansion of new facilities on campus.

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