Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering is the engineering discipline that merges the knowledge of biological systems with advanced technologies to solve problems affecting all types of living systems. This includes improving production of agricultural commodities, and converting renewable resources into products useful to humankind while ensuring those resources are available for future generations.
OSU BAE department members collaborate with the Oklahoma Conservation Commission to restore streams and educate stakeholders in the Illinois River basin (by Jeri Fleming in Storm Water Solutions)
Graduate students earn awards at the 2012 Oklahoma Water Research Symposium Poster Contest
BAE's Hasan Atiyeh positions Biobased Products and Energy Center to lead country in biomass-based fuels
Seth Cleary named prestigious Allen Scholar
Peter Storm selected as a 2012 Top Twenty Freshman
Glenn Brown, Larry Caldwell and Dan Thomas earn ASABE’s highest honor, ASABE Fellow
The BAE Graduate Student Association meets on Thursdays during the second and fourth week of every month from 5:30 - 6:30 p.m. in 122 or 225 AGH.
April 6 @ 6:00 pm | ASABE Student Awards Banquet will be held in the Student Union Ballroom
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