Students discuss biorenewable issues

Students Discuss Biorenewable Issues

Nathan Anderson (red shirt), Kevin Klingbeil and Jon Jay explain their poster on Biomass Storage Systems: Limitations and Challenges. Anderson is a senior in agronomy from Cherokee, Iowa. Klingbeil is a senior in agricultural engineering from Estherville, Iowa. Jon Jay is a sophomore in agricultural systems technology from Columbus Junction, Iowa. Download Larger Image
Students in the technology systems management 325 class presented posters as a final exam project addressing biorenewable issues. Download Larger Image

Students in technology systems management 325 class were assigned the task of identifying a biorenewable problem or issue, presenting constraints and opportunities and proposing a solution. Students presented their solutions at a poster session on Dec. 18 in Curtiss Hall as part of their final exam. The posters were judged by Tom Brumm, associate professor of agricultural and biosystems engineering, and Bob Jolly, professor of economics. The multidisciplinary class included students from the College of Agriculture and Life Science, Business, Engineering, Design and Liberal Arts and Sciences.