Department of Food, Agricultural and Biological Engineering

The Department of Food, Agricultural, and Biological Engineering (FABE) at The Ohio State University is an international leader in the advancement of the science and application of engineering in systems involving food, agriculture, environment, and construction. FABE offers diverse curricula leading to degrees in:

News

  • Dean David Williams of the College of Engineering served as the keynote speaker for the evening

    April at Ohio State is often marked with the flurry of preparation for final exams and a sense of celebratory reflection as we look back at another academic year gone by, and the Department of Food, Agricultural and Biological Engineering (FABE) is no exception.

  • Lyne’a Diller is a 3rd year Agricultural Systems Management Major

    It is easy to get intimidated by the course load when you first step into an Ohio State class. After a while though, students eventually get accustomed to the operation.

  • Meet Owen Si: Former ASM student, current graduate student

    For most, life can take them slightly off course from their intended paths. But for some, like Agricultural Systems Management (ASM) student Owen Si, that may mean moving to the other side of the world for college. 

Videos

V. M. Balasubraminiam: 2018 CFAES Innovator of the Year Award Recipient
V. M. Balasubraminiam: 2018 CFAES Innovator of the Year Award Recipient
2018 CFAES Innovator of the Year Award Recipients
2018 CFAES Innovator of the Year Award: Intelligent Sprayer