Faculty from our SSM program hosted a webinar event featuring sustainability initiatives of companies like GEVO, The Energy Conservatory, 3M and Marvin Windows and Doors. Watch the recorded webinar to learn more.
BBE Professor Zhenong Jin has developed a new technology approach that will allow key stakeholders to identify important crop types earlier in the season than ever before.
BBE undergraduates Alli Graper and Sarah Kinney have been been recognized as award finalists at the College of Science and Engineering's Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Leadership Showcase.
Two BBE undergraduate students received positions to assist with ongoing research projects related to plant protein and sustainability.
BBE professor Larry Baker led a project with a goal to quantify the removal of nutrients such as phosphorous and nitrogen by street sweeping and determine whether enhanced street sweeping could reduce urban runoff pollution at its source.
BBE's DEI committee held their first Diversity Equity and Inclusion Seminar with the Society for Ecological Restoration. Watch the recorded webinar that features guest speakers who provide an indigenous perspective on the topics of climate change, restoration, and the environment through language.
To help curb the costs and promote a clearer route to graduate school, BBE developed an Integrated Degree Program (IDP), also known as the 4+1 program.
Claire Anderson, a PhD candidate in the Bioproducts and Biosystems Science, Engineering and Management (BBSEM) program has been awarded the Louise T. Dosdall Fellowship for her research on degradation mechanisms of brown rot fungi.
Professor John Nieber and his team's project has the potential to mitigate flawed storm water infiltration facilities by creating simple to use tools and better testing protocols.