Arkansas Academy of Biological and Agricultural Engineering Announces New Members

From left to right: Chris Pixley, Anthony Doss, Ray Avery, Indrajeet Chaubey, Drake McGruder.
Photo by Fred Miller

From left to right: Chris Pixley, Anthony Doss, Ray Avery, Indrajeet Chaubey, Drake McGruder.

The Arkansas Academy of Biological and Agricultural Engineers, an organization comprised of University of Arkansas alumni, inducted new members at a banquet on April 8.

The Arkansas Academy of Biological and Agricultural Engineering was founded in 2002 by the Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering at the University Of Arkansas. The charter members are eminent graduates of the biological and agricultural engineering program.

2016 inductees:

  • Ray Avery, B.S.B.E. 2003, M.S.B.E. 2007, environmental engineer, Beaver Water District
  • Indrajeet Chaubey, M.S.B.A.E. 1994, professor and head of the Department of Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Science and professor of agricultural and biological engineering, Purdue University.
  • Anthony Doss, B.S.B.A.E. 1996, director of manufacturing design, Tyson Foods
  • Drake McGruder, M.S.B.E. 2006, senior manager, Kraft Heinz Company-Fort Smith
  • Chris Pixley, B.S.B.E. 2002, head of production, Novozymes
Contacts

Camilla Shumaker, director of communications
College of Engineering
479-575-5697, camillas@uark.edu


Editor-selected comments will be published below. No abusive material, personal attacks, profanity, spam or material of a similar nature will be considered for publication.

comments powered by Disqus

Headlines

"Lights! Camera! Arkansas!" Comes to Crystal Bridges Summer Film Series

U of A faculty to present an in-depth look at movies with an Arkansas connection, from the artful to the awful.

Fleischer Scholars Present Business Plans for Entrepreneurial Projects

Twenty-five high school students from Arkansas recently spent one week on campus to learn about entrepreneurship, business plans, presentations, teamwork and community improvement projects.

Wali Caradine, First African-American Graduate of the Fay Jones School, Passes Away

Wali Caradine Jr., an architect and alumnus of the Fay Jones School of Architecture and Design at the University of Arkansas, passed away July 10, 2017, in Little Rock. He was 68.

Recent U of A Graduate Now Working for Sen. John Boozman

Jace Motley, of Conway, graduated from Fulbright College in May and started working as a staff assistant for the senator in June. 

Participants Needed for Paid Study Involving Exercise in the Heat

Participants will receive $40, a free bone density scan,eport of body composition via DEXA, and  VO2max test results.

Newswire Daily