Success at the Florida Section ASABE Annual Conference and Trade Show

Great things happen every year at the annual FASABE Conference and Trade Show. This year’s conference was no exception and took place in Jupiter, FL from June 21-24, 2017.

Not only do participants have the opportunity to interact with vendors, network with peers, participate in informational general and technical sessions and earn professional development hours but many awards and recognitions are given as well.

This year, the following ABE faculty and students were recognized. Congratulations to the following:

Eban Bean, Ph.D.Outstanding Young Extension Worker Award 2017

Jim Leary,- recognized for 25 years of active membership

Richard Scholtz– recognized for Outstanding Service and Dedication- Chair of the Florida Section of ASABE 2017

Carlynn ChappelOutstanding Student Award 2017

Karl Max Wallace–  first place grad student presentation competition

Hao Gansecond place grad student presentation competition

Kati Migliaccio Inducted into Arkansas Academy of Biological and Agricultural Engineering (AABAE)

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Dr. Kati Migliaccio

Congratulations to Kati Migliaccio- one of six outstanding alumni inducted into the Arkansas Academy of Biological and Agricultural Engineering (AABAE) this Spring.  Kati received her BS in Agricultural Engineering from Texas A&M University, MS from University of Kentucky in Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering, and her PhD from University of Arkansas in Biological Engineering in 2005.

Currently, Dr. Kati Migliaccio is a Professor at the UF Agricultural and Biological Engineering Department.  Her appointment includes extension, research, and teaching activities related to water conservation and hydrology.

Read more about the mission objectives of the Arkansas Academy of BAE: https://academy-bio-ag-engineering.uark.edu/