Lise Montefiore works in Natalie Nelson’s Biosystems Analytics Lab to use tools within data analytics to identify which estuarine ecosystems are most vulnerable to global and local change. Read more in CALS News.
Growing up in Mississippi, Graduate School Dean Emeritus and BAE alum Bob Sowell didn’t have many opportunities to travel. But during graduate school he was able to visit cities around the country, presenting his research at professional conferences. This in part has inspired him to establish the Robert and Suester Sowell Graduate Student Travel Fund, an endowment that will help graduate students pay for travel to present papers at professional meetings and conferences.
The NC State Sustainability Partners program showcases various student, faculty and staff-led sustainability initiatives on and around campus. Grad student Bryan Maxwell and recent graduate Dani Winter led a tour of floating islands to improve water quality.
Join graduate student Alison Deviney for a day at the Swine Nutrition Barn. Her research focuses on preserving urea nitrogen. Urea itself has many uses in the cosmetics, food, pharmaceutical, and agriculture industries. And the more we can save from the barn, the less we have to produce.
Postdoc Lucie Guertault is the winner of 2017-18 Travel Award for Postdocs to attend the River Flow 2018 conference in Lyon, France. She will be presenting a paper titled “Geomorphic identification of physical habitat features in a large, altered river system”.
Undergraduate research is often cited as one of the most valuable experiences a student can undertake. Carrie Sanford will have that opportunity this summer.
Early on, Dr. Sanjay Shah realized the important role agricultural engineering could have in feeding the world. Read about his path to BAE and his work in low cost solar air heaters that could make an immediate impact to farmers.
From seed to supermarket, here at NC State, we grow NC. Check out Dr. Mike Boyette’s sweetpotato research with his graduate student Amber Tsirnikasfeatured in this video.
When Dr. Jason Ward joined the NC State Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering in November, he hit the ground running. Learn how he’s making a difference for students and in the precision agriculture field.
BAE is on the cutting edge of some great innovation – congratulations to Dr. Steve Hall and PhD candidate Matt Campbell. The two were part of a team that won the The American Society of Civil Engineers Innovation Award. Specifically, they were awarded Best Value Award for their project, “Biogenic Coastal Solutions: Let the Oysters Do the Work” with partners at ORA Technologies.