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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.
Water Resource Engineering Alumni Sam Swanson (2018) is featured this month in the College of Agricultural Sciences, "Faces of AgSci." Sam's major advisor was Desiree Tullos (Biological & Ecological Engineering).
Congratulations to the following students who were named to the COE Dean's List all three terms of the 2018-2019 academic year!
Check out Logan Adams' success story in the Honor's College program as a Biological & Ecological Engineering student and connecting with his advisor, Dr. Stephen Good!
Check out our latest Biological & Ecological Engineering newsletter - 2018 was a great year for B.E.E.!
EcoEngineering Alum, Caitlyn Clark ('14), was recently awarded an Avangrid fellowship and a Fulbright Scholarship to pursue original research using computational optimization and machine learning techniques to explore interactions between wave...
John Selker and Ganti Murthy's Senior Design project with Undergraduate program, Ecological Engineering, is referenced in this article about practical and economic ways of cleaning stormwater runoff, particularly zinc pollution.
Biological & Ecological Engineering Professor Desiree Tullos work is referenced in this NPR article on climate-driven flooding concerns in small town areas.
Oregon State University Alumni Elnaz H. Adeh ( '18, Water Resource Engineering), Biological & Ecological Engineering Professors Stephen Good and Chad Higgins, and University of Utah's Marc Calaf's recent publication in Nature's...
Chad Higgins and a team of interdisciplinary researchers study the effects of the 2017 solar eclipse.
John Bolte, Biological & Ecological Engineering Director, and a team of OSU researchers study the effects of beach erosion in Tillamook County.