What makes a department? It’s the people who walk the halls, study in the classrooms and work in the offices … faculty, students, administrative staff and research staff.
Want to know more about BEE people? Click on the links to the left to learn about what our faculty members are researching. You can also discover the history of our emeritus faculty, locate one of our administrative staff or read about some of the students in our department and find out what achieving a degree in BEE has meant to them. A desk directory for Riley Robb Hall is available here. Please e-mail Alley, akp28, or email@example.com if you need to schedule a Riley Robb Classroom. The schedules for rooms 205 and 400 are viewable on the Outlook Calendar Scheduling Assistant, please see any admin for scheduling. The Riley Robb Library (235) and Conference Rooms 200 and 317 are also available for smaller meetings, they are scheduled by calendar hardcopy just outside the door.
Are you a BEE alumnus? Click on the Alumni link and learn about other students who graduated from our department. You can read the Alumni Newsletter or send us an e-mail so we can share what's happening in your life with others.
Professor Emeritus Ron Furry's book, A Pioneering Department, Evolution from Rural Engineering to Biological and Environmental Engineering at Cornell University, 1907-2007, is published and available here. Also available at this website are various historical pictures and documents, including a taped interview with Professor Howard Riley, Chair of the department from 1907 to 1945 and one of our building's namesakes. To order printed copies of the book, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org (price $35.00).