ABE at UF/IFAS Citrus Research and Education Center 100th Anniversary

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John K. Schueller, ABE affiliate professor, (right) receives a plaque as an invited speaker at the Citrus Research and Education Center’s 100th Anniversary celebration during Distinguished CREC Alumni Forum from Michael Rogers (left), director of UF CREC

ABE Affiliate Professor John K. Schueller was an invited speaker at the Distinguished CREC Alumni Forum as a part of the celebrations of the UF/IFAS Citrus Research and Education Center’s 100th anniversary. It is UF’s first and biggest research and education center outside of Gainesville. Prof. Schueller’s presentation included descriptions of the cooperative research he has conducted with former ABE faculty Jodie Whitney, Bill Miller, Masoud Salyani, and Reza Ehsani at the CREC.

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From left to right:  Jodie Whitney, Masoud Salyani, Bill Miller, Larry Parsons

Former UF ABE faculty members Jodie Whitney, Masoud Salyani, and Bill Miller were also in attendance at the CREC anniversary celebration. All three are enjoying retirement and recently celebrated Jodie’s 80th birthday. They are shown at the center with fellow CREC retiree, Larry Parsons.

To learn more about the UF/IFAS Citrus Research and Education Center, watch this video presented by UF/IFAS.

 

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2017 Water Institute Fellows

Congratulations to David Kaplan (left) and Sanjay Shukla (right) – this year’s Water Institute’s Faculty Fellow Award recipients. To learn more visit http://waterinstitute.ufl.edu/people/spotlight/index_detail.asp?ID=84

Next Leaders Reunion Program- CIGR

UF ABE professors Won-Suk “Daniel” Lee and John K. Schueller were of the academic faculty selected to participate in the “Next Leaders” reunion program of Section III (Plant Production) of the International Commission of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering.   The fourteen participants also included Prof. Daniel Marchal de Queiroz of Universidade Federal de Vicosa (Brazil) and Prof. Michihisa Iida of Kyoto University (Japan) who had spent year-long sabbaticals in UF ABE.   The group visited agricultural equipment manufacturers in Iowa and Illinois, various fruit orchards in Washington state, and participated in special events at the Annual International Meeting of the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers in Spokane.

The attached photos are of their visits to John Deere, CNH Industrial and apple and cherry orchards in Washington State.