2021 Virtual Graduate Student Recruitment Week

Are you interested in a graduate program in Biological and Agricultural Engineering?

Join us from February 28 – March 5, 2021




Consider the following!

#4 in Graduate Rankings (US News & World Report)
World-Renowned Faculty
Supportive Staff and Professionals
State of the Art Research with about 80 Graduate Students
Strong Industry Connections & Research Triangle Park
Family Atmosphere & One of the Best Places to Live in the United States


RSVP HERE by February 17


Schedule of Events (All Held Virtually):

February 28th – Kick-Off Meeting with Dr. Fox, Dr. Classen, and Heather Austin

March 1st – March 5th – Open Drop-In Sessions with BAE Faculty (Times to be Announced)

March 3rd – Alumni Q&A Panel

March 4th – Happy Hour with Current Graduate Students



Project Descriptions Coming Soon for New Graduate Student Opportunities!

Learn more about our research Areas
Robotics Research
BAE faculty and students are part of a team of researchers working to integrate unmanned surface and aerial vehicles to improve the farming of oysters and other shellfish. Photo by Marc Hall.
Real Time Water Table Management
Researchers in the department have developed new systems for improving agricultural water management. Pictured is a promising system being tested in Bath, North Carolina.
Researchers in the department focus on the alteration or application of renewable materials to generate value-added products including fuels, food, feed, pharmaceuticals, nutraceuticals, and a multitude of value-added biomaterials and on the capture, utilization, and sequestration of carbon.
Researchers in the department use data analytics, integrated modeling, and life-cycle assessments to study biological systems, including research in ecological protection, biomass logistics for bioenergy, sustainable water management, and resource recovery.