Utah State University’s Society of Women Engineers Section is committed to: Encourage women engineers to attain high levels of educational and professional achievement, serve as center of information for women in engineering, and promote the value of diversity.
BIE faculty have conducted research on or have served as special consultants to a large number of irrigation project in the USA and internationally.
Research is supported through several centers at Utah State University. Combined funding for these centers exceeds $11 million per year, on average. Centers include:
Utah Water Research Laboratory (UWRL), International Irrigation Center (IIC), Utah On- Site Wastewater Treatment Training Program, Systems Simulation/Optimization Lab (SSOL),
and Alternate Agriculture Energy Resources.
Areas of research involves models and field testing for surface irrigation, crop evapotranspiration, open channel hydraulics, control irrigation structures, GIS for irrigation
management, water management and simulation, conjunctive water use, drainage and salinity management and design, irrigation hydrology, land leveling , irrigation scheduling and improvement.