Student Clubs

 


BEC: BIOSYSTEMS ENGINEERING CLUB

OFFICERS:

Catalina Fernandez-Moores, President

Isaak 'Zeke' Willet, Vice President

Stan Burnton, Secretary

Eshan Iyer, Treasurer

Zaynah Kmeid and Luis Medrano, ESC

Laurel Dieckhaus, Event Planning and Outreach

 

ABE Advisor: Bernadette Capossela

 

MISSION:

The Biosystems Engineering Club is dedicated to the introduction and exploration of Biosystems Engineering to undergraduate engineering students and anyone else interested in Biosystems Engineering. Club activities include lab tours, guest speakers, and design projects within subjects such as controlled environment agriculture, biofuels, tissue engineering, and watershed engineering.

 

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Email: bec.uofa@gmail.com

Facebook: www.facebook.com/groups/BiosystemsEngineeringClub

 


The Honor Society of Agricultural, Food, and Biological Engineering, Alpha Epsilon Eta Beta Chapter

OFFICERS:

Katie McCracken, President

Isaac Hung, Vice President

Song Gao, Secretary

Alex Downs, Treasurer

 

ABE Advisor: Donald Slack

 

MISSION:

The objectives of the honor society are to promote the high ideals of the engineering profession, to give recognition to those agricultural, biological, and food engineers who manifest worthy qualities of character, scholarship, and professional attainment, and to encourage and support such improvements in the agricultural, biological, and food engineering profession that makes it an instrument of greater service to mankind.

 

CONTACT INFORMATION:

President kmccrack@email.arizona.edu 

Vice President ihung@email.arizona.edu


CEASA: CONTROLLED ENVIRONMENT AGRICULTURE STUDENT ASSOCIATION

OFFICERS:

Alex Feldman, President

Alexander Schaller, Vice President

Aaron Tevik, Treasurer / Farmers Market Manager

Luis Sotelo, Greenhouse Manager

Asumi Saito, Secretary

 

ABE Advisor: Gene Giacomelli

 

MISSION:

The mission of CEASA is to promote hands on experience and educate students with regard to controlled environment agricultural practices along with innovative engineering concepts, hydroponics, and agri-business. Hands on experience is provided through the design, maintenance, and usage of hydroponic growing systems in a research greenhouse to produce crops that are later sold at local farmer's markets in the Tucson area.

 

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Email: mars13@email.arizona.edu

Facebook: www.facebook.com/UA.CEASA


Engineering Ambassadors

 

OFFICERS:

Laurel Ann Dieckhaus

Lily Engel

Juju Alawadhi

 

Advisor: Theodore Gatchell

 

CONTACT INFORMATION:

kjh@email.arizona.edu