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  • Meet the Fellows

    Resource Magazine, Vol. 25

    January/February 2018

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  • Steve Searcy - ASABE at the World Food Prize, Ethical Dilemmas, and the Beauty of our Work

    Resource Magazine, Vol. 25, No. 1, Page 2

    January/February 2018

    In October, I had the honor of representing ASABE at the Borlaug Dialogue. The highlight was the awarding the 2017 World Food Prize to Dr. Akinwumi Adesina, President of the African Development Bank. Dr. Adesina, who holds a PhD in agricultural economics from Purdue University, was recognized for aiding the smallscale farmers of Africa in general and Nigeria in particular.

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  • AE50 Winners

    Resource Magazine, Vol. 25, No. 1, Page 4

    January/February 2018

    Resource is pleased to sponsor the AE50 Awards—celebrating companies for their developments in agricultural, food, and biological systems. This issue is dedicated to the gifted engineers and coworkers who creatively harness and manage company resources and talent to pursue the new. They are honored for their ingenuity in product development— saving producers time, costs, and labor, while improving safety as well.

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  • ASABE Foundation Work in Focus

    Resource Magazine, Vol. 25, No. 1, Page 17

    January/February 2018

    Your ideas are needed! Help your Society best use the Foundation’s support! Recently, the Foundation Board of Trustees has looked for a more defined process for receiving direction from the ASABE Board of Trustees concerning Foundation fundraising priorities. Knowing which priorities best support the needs of the Society allows the Foundation to approach potential donors more confidently.

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  • ag & bio ethics essay winner

    Resource Magazine, Vol. 25, No. 1, Page 18

    January/February 2018

    Fighting the Right to Repair: The Perpetuity of a Monopoly. Three Ethics Essay Competition finalists presented their essays at ASABE’s 2017 Annual International Meeting (AIM) in Spokane, Washington. Third place went to Tyler Smith of Auburn University for “A Call to Ethics,” and second place was awarded to Sonja Loy of Texas A&M University for “Adopting a Systems-Thinking Ethic in Engineering Practice.” The first place essay is presented here. The Ethics Essay Competition is open to undergraduate and graduate student members of ASABE and/or the Institute for Biological Engineering (IBE). Entrants submit an original essay of up to 1500 words on a topic that affects the practice of professions related to agricultural and biological engineering, systems, or technology. Up to three finalists are selected to present their essays at the AIM. The
    top three entrants receive cash awards and complimentary AIM registration. To learn more, visit www.asabe.org/awards-landmarks/student-awards,-competitions-
    scholarships/ethics-essay.aspx. Views expressed are solely those of the author and do not necessarily represent the views of ASABE.

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