The Agricultural Systems Management club is dedicated to advancing the pre professional development of its members. The club is involved in many activities throughout the year which help students gain valuable experience in professionalism and community service and involvement. Our club also participates with the ASAE on a state, regional, and national basis. Each year several members attend the Texas Section ASAE meeting, Southern Region Student Branch meeting, the national ASAE Meeting, and the ASAE ¼ Scale Tractor Competition. The Ag Systems Management club is a wonderful place to start building a strong professional background in the technical management field.
American Society of Agricultural & Biological Engineers
The Texas A&M student branch of the American Society of Agricultural Engineers is dedicated to serving the premier preprofessional engineers in the fields of Agricultural Engineering, Biological Systems Engineering and Food Engineering with a means for developing leadership, making networking contacts and socializing with others who share their passion. On the national level the ASAE serves its members as serving as “the society for engineering in agricultural, food and biological systems.”
ASAE ¼ Scale Tractor Design Competition
The Aggie Pullers represent the department in the National ASAE ¼ Scale Tractor Design competition. The team is assimilated from members of the AGSM club and the ASAE Preprofessional Branch which combine their skills in Project and Financial Management and Engineering design respectively. The team raises all of it’s own money to build the $7,000+ tractor. The national competition is held in East Moline, Illinois every year. We won 2nd overall and 1st in the pull in 2000. We are constrained to a 16hp Briggs and Stratton engine.
he College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Student Council is comprised of student representatives from 35 organizations across the college. These students serve as leaders in the council, college, university, state and nation. Members of this organization act as liaisons between the student body and the Dean’s office, promoting a communication channel dealing in student affairs concerning the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.
Student Engineers’ Council
The Student Engineers Council’s mission is to serve as a representative voice for the students, societies, and administration within the Dwight Look College of Engineering, and to increase engineering awareness, and to provide for the professional advancement of Texas A&M University engineering students.