Meet the Panelist: Nicholas Uilk, Instructor, SDSU Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering Department
Nic Uilk, instructor at SDSU’s agriculture and biosystems engineering department, will be joining our November 8th conference! He will be sitting on our panel New Ag Technologies, Trends & Challenges! Register for Farming, Finance & Global Markets here!
Nicholas Uilk has been an instructor with the Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering department since 2009 and is heavily involved in developing and maintaining curriculum to meet the demands of today’s precision agriculture professional. Curriculum is designed to cover agronomy, data management, agriculture electronics, and farm machinery. Courses he leads include: Introduction to Precision Agriculture, Farm Machinery Systems Management, Computer Applications in Agriculture, Ag Industrial & Outdoor Power, and Introduction to Ag Systems Technology. Nic also advises undergraduate students in both the Precision Ag and AST programs as well as coordinates the internship program for Precision Ag and AST majors.