This special issue of Resource is designed to showcase compelling opportunities in agricultural and biological engineering. Ag/bio graduates work in large and small companies—from alternative energy, food processing, and large-scale manufacturing to soil and water engineering, information technologies, and more. They spearhead international organizations and lead nonprofits, some focused on environmental quality, structural engineering, sustainability, forestry, or aquaculture. They do research and fieldwork and build academic programs. They respond to challenges. From internships and studies abroad to careers where they are thriving, graduates are equipped as the next generation of leaders and professionals in an ever-changing global community.
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