Student Clubs and Chapters
Agricultural Automation and Engineering Club
The Agricultural Automation and Engineering Club is for graduate students who have a passion for agriculture. We focus on engineering solutions for biological systems.
Agricultural Automation and Engineering Club Newsletter
President: Karisma Yumnam
Vice President: Srikanth Gorthi
Treasurer: Meghana Mendon
Secretary: Shafik Kiraga
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Lav Khot
American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers
The American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers (ASABE) is an international organization with the goal of promoting the science and art of engineering in agricultural, food, and biological systems. The ASABE Student Engineering Branch at Washington State University is a professional organization created by and for the students with the purpose of encouraging the collaboration among students and faculty, and to conduct outreach activities related to ASABE mission and goals.
The WSU Student Branch of the ASABE was formed by BSE graduates students in 2012. Current members can access the ASABE SharePoint site for internal club information.
President: Redwan Ahmad Khan
Vice-President: Prabesh Khanal
Treasurer: Meghana Mendon
Secretary: Keshawa Dadallage
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Pius Ndegwa
Biomass Engineering Club (BEC)
The objectives of the club shall be to foster a close relationship among the Biomass Engineering students, faculty, and other interested students at Washington State University; to encourage leadership, to improve presentation and communication skills, to acquaint students with areas of activity in Biomass Engineering, to promote greater interest in this profession.
President: Marwan Gagaa
Vice President: Valentina Sierra Jimenez
Secretary: Melba Denson
Treasurer: Do-Guyn Kim
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Manuel Garcia-Pérez
Food Engineering Club
Food Engineering Club is a Registered Student Organization (RSO), initiated by a group of graduate food engineering students of Washington State University in 2010. The objectives of Food Engineering Club of Washington State University are To facilitate close association among the food Engineering students, faculty, and interested students at Washington State University. To encourage leadership to improve presentation and communication skills. To acquaint students with specialties within food engineering. To promote greater interest in this profession.
Please visit the Food Engineering Club Website for more information. Current members can access the Food Engineering SharePoint site for internal club information.
Food Engineering Club Newsletter
Acting President: Sicheng Sun
Vice President: Yonas Gezahegn
Secretary: Sicheng Sun
Treasurer: Xu Zhou
Professional Development: Smit Patel
Social and Outreach: Zeyad Albahr
Public Relations: Yonas Gezahegn
CAHNRS Senate: Sivapratha Sivabalan
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Juming Tang