The e-Portfolio Directory
This page is directory for the content on Rowe’s e-Portfolio. Click on the images below in to be directed to any page of interest within the e-Portfolio. Pages can also be found in the e-Portfolio menu above.
What is an E-portfolio?
An e-Portfolio is a web-based platform that allows individuals to display their professional profile. R.S. Rowe’s e-Portfolio will serve as a digital bridge between R.S. Rowe and those who wish to familiarize themselves with her and her work. This segment of the RSRoweBooks site will cultivate academic and professional relationships through the display of R.S. Rowe’s personality, interests, and involvement.
Interested in learning more?
RSRoweBooks is excited for the opportunity for others to engage with R.S. Rowe in a new way. Want a .pdf of R.S. Rowe’s resume or have any further professional inquiries? Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or click the image above to explore R.S. Rowe’s ePortfolio.
An e-portfolio is a virtual resume. This electronic portfolio includes documentation of Rowe’s work, her job experiences, accomplishments, and awards. Please visit this page to get to know a little more about R.S. Rowe.
Rowe’s Formal e-Portfolio
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Spanish Curriculum and Coursework
This page illustrates some of the things that Rowe has learned based on the opportunities and professional experiences that she has had.
Reflection of Experiences
What is biosystems engineering? What can biosystems engineering do, and how does it impact the rest of the world? Please visit this page to learn about the global role that biosystems engineering has.
Biosystems Engineering & Beyond
These introductory classes are offered during the freshman and sophomore years of the engineering curriculum. They focus on group work, developing programming proficiency, and technical writing skills.
Intro & Methods of Engineering
The hydraulic transport of fluids studies how fluids behave and react in various states based on the way that the forces around them behave. Visit this page to see the work and applications of fluid hydraulics to real-world concepts.
Hydraulic Transport in Biological Systems
This class focuses on properly irrigating different land bodies while focusing on conserving water and preventing soil erosion and preserving soil health. Visit this page to learn more about the course and to see Rowe’s work.
This course focuses on content regarding Geographic Information Systems (GIS), Global Positioning Systems (GPS) and remote sensing. Visit this page to learn more about the technical skills acquired in this course and to see examples of Rowe’s work.
This course focuses on the proper utilization and disposal of animal waste and agricultural waste. This course highlights the importance of proper disposal techniques, the long-term effects on recycling waste into usable resources, how the environment and quality of water and resources are impacted by waste disposal, and the health and safety of people, plants, and animals. By learning about the balance of utilizing waste and properly treating and disposing of it, biosystems engineers can work further to solve the world’s problems.
Waste Management & Utilization Engineering
This course is a semester-long design course solving a real problem in the greater Auburn/ Lee County Area. Our design project is focusing on bringing a fully-operational composting program to the Auburn University campus. Visit this page to be updated on the project and ultimately see the final results.