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Alumni

Welcome back to Biological Systems Engineering!

For many of you, we were “Agricultural Engineering”.

In performing the work of today with an almost total focus on the tomorrow, it is easy to put yesterday too far behind.
Realizing that a department’s history is often as important as it’s future, we request your help in bridging the gaps in our collective memory.

If you have information, labeled pictures, old faculty/staff/student lists, student projects, etc., we would like to hear about it. Your personal anecdotes would be even more valuable.

Also, we would like to establish an Alumni electronic mail list of all those who have been associated with BSysE or AgEngr.

If you would prefer, you can send any memorabilia to the address below. We will post what we can and then forward it all to the University Archives.

Thank you for remembering us and for helping us to remember you!

Alumni in the News

Brian Bodah Joins NYSAES Leadership Team
Brian Bodah, BSYSE graduateBrian Bodah’s experience and success in agricultural research at WSU helped lead him to a place “where he envisions opportunities for NYSAES to continue its impact in New York and around the world.” After graduating from BSYSE in 2013, Brian took a post as Director of WSU Pierce County Extension in Tacoma, and also went back to graduate school to earn his MBA at the U.W. Tacoma at the same time.  He graduated from the UWT last month, and also started his new post at Cornell as the Assistant Director of the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station. Congratulations Brian! [ Q & A with Brian on Cornell’s site ]