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SDSU Agricultural & Biosystems Engineering Department

Erin Cortus is an assistant professor and environmental quality engineer at South Dakota State University. She is a graduate of the University of Saskatchewan, where she earned a Ph.D. and B.E. in Agricultural Bioresource Engineering. In 2011 she received the Dr. Sherwood and Elizabeth Berg Award for Promising Young Faculty Member. At SDSU she teaches agricultural waste management (AST/AS 463) and her research responsibilities include gas and dust emission measurement from livestock facilities, modeling gas production in livestock facilities and air quality environment in livestock facilities. She serves as a science advisor on the National Pork Board Environmental Committee and as the domain editor for the Pork Information Gateway-Environmental Stewardship Domain.


South Dakota State University
109 Agricultural Engineering (SAE), Box 2120
Brookings, SD 57007

Office: 605.688.5144 Email Photo

Expertise

  • Air Quality and Emissions. Manure Management.
  • Ph.D., Agricultural and Bioresource Engineering, University of Saskatchewan (2007)
  • B.E., Agricultural and Bioresource Engineering, University of Saskatchewan (2002)