American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers (ASABE)

The American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers is an educational and scientific organization dedicated to the advancement of engineering applicable to agricultural, food and biological systems. Students in the club participate in socials, sports and competitions, including the annual Fountain Wars event which is held at the international ASABE convention.

Enjoy networking with your peers, faculty, and professionals as a member of the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers (ASABE) student club.

What is ASABE?

ASABE is an international organization committed to promoting Agricultural and Biological Engineering through professional development, continuing education, and networking. Here at the University of Florida, the Student Branch of ASABE offers our members opportunities for preprofessional development, leadership, engineering design competitions like Fountain Wars and the Quarter-Scale Tractor event, plus social activities. Plus we have free food at all our meetings!

Officers

Briana Pizzano, President

Ayla Sage, Vice President

Teresita Gonzalez, Secretary

Kyle Antos, Treasurer

Trevor Wilson, Historian

Join Our Group on Facebook

Visit the UF ASABE Facebook group: ASABE University of Florida

Contact Us

Dr. Richard Scholtz
Senior Lecturer and ASABE Advisor
107 Frazier Rogers Hall
352-392-1864 ext. 107
rscholtz@ufl.edu

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