Biological and Ecological Engineering is the application of engineering and life-science principles and problem-solving techniques to the optimum use and sustainability of biological resources. The curriculum is engineering-based with strong emphasis on the life sciences. With undergraduate and graduate options, we bring the insights from biology and the methods of engineering together to provide the products and tools of the future.

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Assistant Professor, Water Quality Engineering, (Tenure-Track)

Biological & Ecological Engineering Department, Oregon State University

1.0 FTE, 9 month position; 75% research, 25% teaching

Application period has closed.

Assistant Professor, Water Management Technologist (Tenure-Track)

Biological & Ecological Engineering Department, Oregon State University

1.0 FTE, 9 month position; 80% research, 20% extension/outreach

Application period has closed.

Contributions from BEE's Dr. Ganti Murthy: "Creating life cycle inventory datasets to support meaningful and constructive strawberry production sustainability metrics" "The e-book was grown from the minds behind the National Strawberry Sustainability Initiative, also known as NSSI. Its 60 digital pages are overflowing with content and links to more than 70 videos, tools and publications created to improve the sustainability of U.S. strawberry production."

BEE in the News

Students from senior design course BEE 469/470 Biological and Ecological Engineering Design, have been testing their design prototypes for grid indepedent aquaculture pond aerators intended for developing countries.
"Franklin is famously rumored to have studied weather phenomenon by tying objects to kites, and Chad W. Higgins briefly considered this strategy to collect the data he wanted—data that could improve weather forecasts."
"Two professors, Oregon State hydrologist John Selker and Nick van de Giesen at the Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands, started TAHMO in 2010 with a grand vision: Transform Africa from being the world’s most poorly monitored continent for weather to being the best. They plan to install 20,000 weather stations across sub-Saharan Africa in a network that will give a badly needed boost to farmers, fishermen, businesses and water management agencies."

BEE Seminars & Events

18May2016

Assistant Professor Faculty Search Teaching Seminar - Dr. Adam Ward

The Biological & Ecological Engineering Department is holding seminars this month for the Water Quality Assistant Professor faculty position.

 

Wednesday May 18 – Teaching Seminar

18May2016

WRGP Spring Seminar Series.

WRGP Spring Seminar Series. Please join us for the upcoming Water Resources Seminar. Dr. Anne Nolin of Oregon State University will present “Willamette Water 2100: A Study of Water Scarcity in a
19May2016

Assistant Professor Faculty Search Research Seminar - Dr. Adam Ward

The Biological & Ecological Engineering Department is holding seminars this month for the Water Quality Assistant Professor faculty position.

Thursday, May 19 – Research Seminar –

19May2016

Start Smart

Leadership Academy Pillar: PURPOSEFUL or PROFESSIONAL (member's choice)

Start Smart is a program of the AAUW and is specifically designed for college students about to enter the employment market. The Start

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