Karen Mancl ’77 to be inducted as an ASABE Fellow on July 10th
American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers (ASABE) defines a Fellow as a member of unusual professional distinction, with outstanding and extraordinary qualifications and experience in, or related to, the field of agricultural, food, or biological systems engineering. ASABE Fellows possess a minimum of 20 years of active practice in, or related to, the profession of engineering; the teaching of engineering; or the teaching of an engineering-related curriculum and a minimum of 20 years as an active Member-Engineer or Member in ASABE.
This is ASABE’s highest honor.
Karen Mancl ’77, professor at Ohio State University, is being honored for her commitment to eliminating the discharge of water pollutants from homes, communities and food industries in rural America.
She will be inducted at a July 10 ceremony at the 2023 ASABE Annual International Meeting, in Omaha.