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BAE In the News – September 2018

Dr. Ling Wang Li was awarded a National Science Foundation (NSF) grant to study ammonia emissions from animal feeding operations.

Dr. Celso Castro-Bolinaga and Dr. Steve Hall are part of a collaborative team with Virginia Tech on a new National Science Foundation (NSF) funded project on “Geotechnical Investigation of Bivalve-Sediment Interaction with regard to Bivalve Farms as a Self-Sustained Scour Mitigation Method” (story forthcoming)

Dr. François Birgand won an Internationalization Seed Grant from the NC State Office of Global Engagement and the Committee on International Programs.

Graduate student Alison Deviney, under the guidance of Dr. John Classen, was chosen as a FFAR fellow.

BAE water quality research was highlighted by NC State News.

BAE alumna Shelley Lowery was highlighted by the Campaign for NC State.

The image at the heart of a study by BAE assistant professor Dr. Natalie Nelson and research colleague Alice Alonso of the Université catholique de Louvain in Belgium is featured in NASA – National Aeronautics and Space Administration’s Landsat Science. This photo also won the NC State Graduate School Envisioning Research contest.

Meet our new faculty joining this fall.

Save the date for the ASABE North Carolina ASABE State Section Meeting to be held in Weaver Labs on the NC State campus – Friday, October 26th. Registration will open very soon!

BAE alumna Dani Winter was featured in the latest issue of the American Society of Biological Engineers Resource Magazine.

Dean Linton and CALS Leadership visited NC State BAE, including a tour of the research shop.

Undergraduate student Carrie Sanford, under the guidance of Dr. Mari Chinn, was chosen as a Society of Women Engineers Finalist in their Collegiate Research Competition.

The Summer Edition of BAE News was released.