Shearer presented with Case Gold Medal at ASABE

Scott ShearerScott Shearer, chair and professor of Food, Agricultural and Biological Engineering, received the Cyrus Hall McCormick Jerome Case Gold Medal Award by the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers in July. This award honors exceptional achievements in agricultural engineering that have resulted in new concepts, products, processes or methods to advance the development of agriculture.

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