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Dr. Ilce Medina-Meza receiving the Undergraduate Research Faculty Mentor of the Year
Dr. Medina-Meza is an assistant professor in the Department of Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering and currently leads the College of Engineering’s Food and Health Engineering Laboratory.
Dawn Dechand
Associate Professor Dawn Dechand is recognized by students as one of the most helpful and committed instructors they have encountered at MSU. She teaches both required and elective undergraduate courses.
Dan Guyer
BAE Professor Emeritus Dan Guyer, has been a strong contributor in student and stakeholder engagement during his tenure at BAE
Photo of low-cost monitoring system in a potato field
Michigan specialty crops have been the research focus of Younsuk Dong, Ph.D., BAE assistant professor. Dong's Low-Cost Monitoring System assists producers across Michigan in adapting to the challenges.
Two people looking at a yellow box power meter with a lightbulb
The Electrical Technology Program at Michigan State University (MSU) provides electrical apprenticeship training emphasizing agricultural, residential, commercial, and industrial wiring.
Chelsie Boodoo received the Graduate Student Award for Science Communication and Outreach, which recognizes the exemplary translation and communication of ideas, issues, findings, and advances in the sciences
Larry Walker, Ph.D., will receive the inaugural 2023 CANR Dean's Pinnacle of Excellence Award during ANR Week.
Keith Tinsey will receive the 2023 CANR Alumni Service Award during ANR Week.
Scott Piggott
Michigan Farm Bureau CEO Scott Piggott will receive the 2023 CANR Distinguished Service Award during ANR Week.
The Food and Health Engineering Laboratory evaluated the nutritional quality of ultra-processed foods. With the goal of providing more data to give guidance to increase nutritional quality in the future.
Evangelyn Alocilja
Michigan State University researchers Evangelyn Alocilja, Andrea Case, James Fairweather, William Lovis and Shin-Han Shiu were recognized Jan. 31 as fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, or AAAS.
Carlos Marino
BAE assistant professor Carlos Marino is utilizing open-source technology to improve supply chain traceability
Yuzhen Lu
BAE assistant professor Yuzhun Lu uses image sensing technology of improving specialty crop production
Jiyoon Yi
MSU assistant professor sees opportunity to improve food processing and control systems and make food safer.
Daniel Uyeh
Daniel Uyeh wants to continue to develop smart solutions to combat challenges from climate change.
Daniel Morris
BAE associate professor, Daniel Morris, PhD, uses Smart Agriculture to improve quality of life in the animal agriculture industry as well as improving crop production
Bahar Aliakbarian works to reduce by-product waste in supply chains using a holistic approach
Jon Althouse, Ajit Srivastava, and Truman Surbrook
Three BAE Professors were recognized at the 2022 Annual Academic Service Recognition Reception
The BAE End of Semester BBQ was a success!
Pilot Digestor
BAE Professor Dana Kirk works with dairy producers to establish waste management systems and break down barriers to access for farms of all sizes
Photo of Narendra Das
Associate Professor Narendra N. Das of BAE and CEE departments has been selected as a Science Team (ST) member of the prestigious NISAR mission of NASA.
Ehsan Ghane receives Award
Ehsan Ghane is the recipient of the MSU Extension Innovative Technology Award for his innovative technologies in educational programming, which has resulted in a positive response from stakeholders.
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Brenden Kelley’s project focuses on improving irrigation efficiency and disease management with low-cost sensor technology and scheduling methods. They utilize LOCOMOS (Low-Cost Sensor Monitoring System), developed by the research grou
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