Welcome to the Department of Biological & Agricultural Engineering!
The Biological and Agricultural Engineering Department at K-State is unique. Our mission, to advance the knowledge and application of engineering and technology to living systems, agriculture, and the environment, guides us as we serve our students, our communities, and the world.
We strive to make a difference in the world, both locally and globally, by developing ways to protect and manage natural resources, alternative energy sources, and systems to provide food and fiber to a growing global population. We seek to use engineering and technology to enhance sustainability and vitality of local communities. And we are committed to assisting young people with similar career aspirations in fulfilling their life goals beyond K-State.
Our department is small enough to care, and our people are big enough to make a difference.
|Awards for BAE students and faculty||Students and faculty of the Biological and Agricultural Engineering department recognized with awards at the 2016 annual international meeting of the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers held on July 17-20 in Orlando, Florida. Read more here...||Every Thursday 3.30pm, Seaton 134-C|
BAE 815 Seminar
|Luke Snider, BSE senior, was one of three K-State to receive the American Council of Engineering Companies scholarships|
August 22, 2016
Fall 2016 Semester begins
|BSE senior, Zheng Zhao, was awarded outstanding poster presentation at the 13th annual K-INBRE Symposium in Topeka|
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