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2014

BE Students develop plans to mitigate storm water
December 5, 2014
Sustainable Communities Collaborative
Gypsum Bedding...is it worth the risk?
November 6, 2014
New factsheet and article provides background and findings from on-farm monitoring of dairy farms using gypsum.
Agricultural Systems Management major Brenton Sutton says Ag Career Day is worth attending
October 22, 2014
After multiple internships and a professional job offer, senior agricultural systems management major Brenton Sutton has nothing but great things to say about the College of Agricultural Sciences' Ag Career Day.
2014 Scholarship and Awards Recipients
October 17, 2014
List of the 2014 Scholarship Recipients
Student Stories: Globetrotter -- Biological Engineering major travels to do good
October 7, 2014
After visiting Europe, Central America and Africa, senior Kelsey Czyzyk has no plans to stop traveling. Last summer she went to Sierra Leone with Penn State's Humanitarian Engineering Social Entrepreneurship program.
New Online Manure Ventilation Tool Available
September 23, 2014
Penn State University’s Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering has released an online manure pit ventilation design tool.
Beaver Stadium program proves sustainable
September 12, 2014
Faculty member Judd Michael looks at ways to make Penn State’s Intercollegiate Athletics more sustainable.
U.S. News & World Report releases 2015 Top Rankings
September 10, 2014
Agricultural and Biological Engineering ranks 11th
New Holland Agriculture Provides New Tractor for Department Educational Programs
August 18, 2014
Loan program benefits instructors and students.
Understanding the Fate, Transport, and Impact of Emerging Contaminants in Vernal Pool Ecosystems
July 11, 2014
Gall seeks to understand the impact of emerging contaminants in wastewater.
A Day In The Life
June 13, 2014
Casey Hall, a junior majoring in biological engineering, is featured in Ag Science magazine.
Renewable energy certificate programs now available at Penn State World Campus
June 6, 2014
Applications now being accepted.
Nationwide Insurance creates professorship in College of Ag Sciences
May 7, 2014
Dennis Murphy, distinguished professor of agricultural and biological engineering, has been named the first Nationwide Insurance Professor of Agricultural Safety and Health in the College of Agricultural Sciences.
Department Awarded Gift
April 18, 2014
The John Deere Corporation contributes to ABE department's Leadership and Communications Instructional Fund.
ABE Alumni Tailgate "Save the Date"
April 8, 2014
2014 Alumni Tailgate
Agriculture Engineering Students at Penn State offer Lawnmower Maintenance
April 7, 2014
12th year clinic another success.
Graduate Award for Best Paper presented to Hasan Coban
April 2, 2014
11th Annual College of Engineering Symposium
Biological engineering major whets passion for rivers
March 25, 2014
Kurt Smithgall, fifth-year senior joins Research Program
Dr. Ali Demirci receives Black Award
March 5, 2014
Recipient of the Alex and Jessie C. Black Award for Excellence in Research
Assistant Professor Heather Gall and Professor Chip Elliott featured in Resource Magazine
February 25, 2014
The Fate, Resource, and Impact of Estrogens applied During Wastewater Irrigation
18 Incredibly Impressive Students At Penn State
February 22, 2014
Abe DeHart from the Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering is featured in Business Insider.
ASABE announces "2014 New Faces of ASABE" for Engineers Week
February 19, 2014
Dr. Heather Gall, Assistant Professor of Agricultural and Biological Engineering, and William (Bill) Brooks, a 2007 ABE graduate working in the natural resource engineering area (McCrone, Inc.), are honored.
"Strategies for Survival on Planet Earth" is the Theme of the 2014 Penn State Lectures on the Frontiers of Science
January 30, 2014
On February 1st Howard M. Salis, assistant professor of biological engineering and chemical engineering at Penn State will lecture on "Engineering SuperMicrobes to Save Us"
From Recipe to Scientific Formula
January 29, 2014
Penn State Researchers are working to develop a solid understanding of energy crops and their densification behavior, which could remove much of the guesswork in creating a quality pellet.
B E student receives Farm Show Foundation Scholarship
January 13, 2014
2014 PA Farm Show