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  1. Dr. Ajay Shah receiving his award at the 21st annual College of Engineering Distinguished Faculty Awards

    Shah Receives Lumley Research Award from College of Engineering

    May 9, 2018

    Dr. Ajay Shah, Assistant Professor in the Department of Food, Agricultural and Biological Engineering was recognized at the recent 2018 College of Engineering Distinguished Faculty Awards with a Lumley Research Award. The Lumley Engineering Research Awards are presented to outstanding researchers from the College of Engineering who have demonstrated exceptional activity and success in their research pursuits. 

  2. Members of the Global Sustainable Village planning team (left to right, Patrick Sanders, Kristen Conroy, Dr. Howard Greene, and Dr. Scott Shearer)

    Shearer Receives BETHA Grant for Global Sustainable Village

    May 9, 2018

    Dr. Scott Shearer, Professor and Chair of the Department of Food, Agricultural and Biological Engineering, was named one of six recipients of a 2018Battelle Engineering, Technology and Human Affairs (BETHA) grant. 

    The BETHA Endowment annual grant competition helps fund projects at the complex intersection between science, technology, society, and cultural issues.

  3. A group of AWARES graduates with their mentors

    AWARES Program Graduates Third Class of Students

    Apr 26, 2018

    Over the course of the past academic year, 17 future engineers and scientists have discussed how to combat a troubling trend in STEM fields: low advancement and retention of women in the workplace. It’s a problem plaguing male-dominated fields that the Aspiration for Women’s Advancement and Retention in Engineering and Science (AWARES) program hopes to change.

  4. Ware (second from leftP) with some of his award nominators

    Ware Selected as 64th Recipient of BX Cornerstone Award

    Apr 25, 2018

    W. Mac Ware, instructor and internship coordinator for the Construction Systems Management Program in the Department of Food, Agricultural and Biological Engineering at The Ohio State University has been selected as the 64th recipient of the BX Cornerstone Award.

    Ware was selected based on his leadership contributions to the community, the industry and the Exchange. Considered to be the highest honor presented in the central Ohio construction industry, the Cornerstone Award has been given annually since 1954.

  5. Dr. Dewey Mann being presented his award by Dean Kress and nominator Cody McClain (right)

    Mann Receives Outstanding Academic Mentor Award at CFAES Celebration of Students

    Apr 13, 2018

    Dr. Dewey Mann, Lecturer in the Department of Food, Agricultural and Biological Engineering (FABE), was named the 2018 recipient of the Outstanding Academic Mentor Award at the annual CFAES Celebration of Students. Mann was nominated by Cody McClain, a junior Agriscience Education major. McClain has gotten to know Mann through the Ag Safety Program, by taking several of his courses, and as a member of the Agricultural Systems Management (ASM) Club.

  6. 2018 CFAES Celebration of Students

    FABE Students Recognized at Annual CFAES Celebration of Students

    Apr 13, 2018

    On April 12th, the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences (CFAES) came together to celebrate its exceptional students and the faculty, staff, and alumni who help support them. FABE Students Holly Huellemeier, Tanner Matthews, and Andrew Klopfenstein were all recognized...

  7. Department of Food, Agricultural and Biological Engineering Student Scholarship and Awards Banquet

    FABE Student Scholarship and Awards Banquet Great Success

    Apr 13, 2018

    Earlier this week, faculty, staff, students, alumni, industry partners, and friends of FABE gathered to celebrate their achievements and another phenomenal academic year at the annual Department of Food, Agricultural and Biological Engineering Student Scholarship and Awards Banquet.

  8. Carmack Woods Capstone Team: ecological engineering majors Monica Backs, Lucas Froelich, Jake Radeff, Patrick Sanders, and biological engineering major Gio Papio

    FABE Students Dedicate Capstone Project to Save Campus Wetland

    Mar 22, 2018

    Ecological engineering majors Monica Backs, Lucas Froelich, Jake Radeff, Patrick Sanders, and biological engineering major Gio Papio dedicate capstone design project to restore the Carmack Woods, a wetland on The Ohio State University's Columbus Campus. Each autumn, seniors in the Food, Agricultural, and Biological Engineering (FABE) program begin a year-long capstone design experience. Students form teams to address real-world problems sponsored university, local, and national clients and organizations.

  9. above: last year's Advanced Biobased Systems Workshop

    Annual BioBased Systems Workshop Focuses on Commercialization

    Mar 16, 2018

    Update: the Advanced Biobased Systems Workshop: Pipeline to Commercialization has been rescheduled for September 10, 2018 and will now take place at the Nationwide 4-H Center. More information will come in the near future on further updates to this year's event. Original press release: 

  10. OSU Heavy/Civil Team, 1st place in their division

    OSU CSM Student Teams Successful at NewB Competition

    Mar 2, 2018

    Each year, students from Ohio State’s Construction Systems Management (CSM) program participate in the University of Cincinnati New Builders (NewB) Competition. The competition features three divisions: commercial, residential, and heavy/civil construction. This year, Ohio State sent 18 CSM students as a part of three teams, each participating in one of the divisions. After months of dedicating time and energy, the efforts of all the teams paid off as each team placed in the top 3 or their division.

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