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Student Branch of the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers


American Society for Agricultural and Biological Engineers

Dr. Tom Bon
202 Ag and Biosystems Engineering, 231-7275

6 p.m., Thursdays, twice a month; 201 Ag and Biosystems Engineering; meetings are announced via listserv and flyers are posted in the Ag and Biosystems Engineering building.


  • Promote the professional interests and advancement of students in agricultural and biosystems engineering-related fields
  • Acquaint students with practical phases of engineering and agriculture and help develop a professional point of view
  • Encourage, promote and support student publications and professional and social activities, and create a fraternal spirit among students

Major Activities
Industry field trips and speakers, snowblower and lawnmower tune-up clinics, Agricultural Technology Expo, design competitions, student / faculty picnic, national AEM trophy competition

Membership Requirements
Member: undergraduate agricultural and biosystems engineering student; minimum GPA 2.0

Associate Member: other students
Members are eligible to become student members of the national ASABE organization

How to Join
Contact officers or adviser; pay semester dues and attend meetings

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