Science & Engineering
Alpha Epsilon is an honor society for outstanding agricultural, biological and food engineers. 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 make it an instrument of greater service to mankind.
- Faculty Advisor: Dr. Carmen Agouridis
American Society of Biological Engineers - Student Branch (Insta/Twitter and Facebook)
American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers (ASABE) develops professional and social contacts for students interested in the relationships between engineering and biological sciences. Members participate in social activities, barbeques, Engineering Week, regional and international meetings, and design competitions such as the 1/4 scale tractor pulling team. Fundraising endeavors include tuning up community lawnmowers in the spring.
- Faculty Advisor: Dr. Joe Dvorak
Biotechnology Club (Facebook)
This club provides opportunities for fellowship among students and faculty in not only the Ag. Biotechnology field, but related areas as well. Club activities involve guest speakers, field trips, and special events.
- Advisor: Dr. Luke Moe
Food Science Club
The Food Science Club better acquaints students with the food industry through extramural activities such as club picnics and outings, fundraising events and competitions in regional and national events.
- Faculty Advisor: Dr. Clair Hicks
The UK Pre-Vet Club is open to all students interested in Veterinary Medicine. The club was created to help students with their undergraduate studies and to aid them in the selection of veterinary school upon completion of their requirements. Meetings throughout the year allow members to listen and exchange ideas and information about their classes and work experiences. Other activities include guest speakers, and field trips to Tennessee and Auburn’s Vet Schools.
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