Agricultural and Biological Engineering has much to celebrate

Purdue’s agricultural and biological engineering (ABE) undergraduate program has earned the top ranking in its category in the annual U.S. News & World Report undergraduate program rankings for the 11th consecutive year. U.S. News also ranked Purdue’s ABE graduate program No. 1 earlier this year.

“The longevity of our ranking can really only be attributed to one thing: our people,” says Nate Mosier, department head and professor of agricultural and biological engineering. “The impact that our faculty members make in food and agriculture and on our students is extremely important. Our ABE alumni make an enormous difference around the globe. Our talented staff members are dedicated to the success of our students and to supporting our research and extension programs.”

This year also marked the opening of the new ABE building. “We have new research, teaching and collaboration spaces that will make the work we do easier to do together,” Mosier says. “These spaces will enable more collaboration across engineering and agriculture, food and pharmaceuticals, and spanning the physical to the cyber.

”In addition to the formal building dedication held in September, ABE will celebrate its centennial throughout the academic year.

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