Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering
First agricultural engineering courses
Agricultural engineering courses offered as a degree program (B.S. in Agriculture) within the Department of Agronomy
- 1937 Agricultural Engineering degrees first offered
New tobacco harvesting equipment
William E. Splinter, on the faculty of the Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering, with tobacco harvesting equipment that he helped develop. Throughout the history of North Carolina State University, research and development conducted by its faculty and students have assisted North Carolina farmers.
Departmental History Published
G. W. Giles wrote A Department Grows to Maturity: The History of Agricultural Engineering at N.C. State University 1914 to 1977. An updated version of this history exists today on the department's website.