The ASABE Pre-professionals Club at UW-Madison is a professional organization for any student interested in engineering for agriculture, food, and biological systems. The club strives to provide opportunities for its members to be active in a variety of engineering scenes within the agricultural industry. Members are able to establish contacts with professionals in industry and build networking relationships that may be beneficial when seeking future employment. The ASABE Pre-professionals Club at UW-Madison also holds monthly meetings, social events, and other activities that encourage students to get to know their peers and the department faculty. Through involvement, students gain leadership abilities and knowledge of industry that is greatly sought after in the professional world of agricultural engineering.

 

Want to find out more? ASABE meetings are held the second Tuesday of every month in the Agricultural Engineering Laboratory (540 Elm Drive). Otherwise stop in the office any time (located in Agricultural Engineering Building, 460 Henry Mall) for more information.

ASABE logo with slogan "Engineering a Sustainable Future".