Brian Luck is an assistant professor and extension specialist in the Biological Systems Engineering Department at UW-Madison. He is a native of Kentucky and received his B.S. and M.S. degrees in Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering with an emphasis in Machine Systems Automation Engineering from the University of Kentucky. Brian moved to Mississippi State University to pursue his Ph.D. in Agricultural and Biological Engineering focusing on animal environments within poultry production.
Richard Straub is the Co-Director of the AgrAbility project and Associate Dean of the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences at UW-Madison. He has been providing guidance to AgrAbility for many years, while also taking care of his beef herd and crops at home.
Abigail Jensen, AgrAbility Outreach Specialist
Abigail Jensen has been serving as AgrAbility Outreach Specialist since spring of 2016. She was the program assistant for two years. Abi is a UW-Madison graduate holding degrees in Animal Science, Agriculture Economics and Life Sciences Communication.
Anna Gries, AgrAbility Program Assistant
Anna joined the AgrAbility team as a program assistant in fall 2015. She is currently a nursing student at UW-Madison
Rachel started working with AgrAbility during the summer of 2016 as a program assistant. She is currently studying Dairy Science and Life Sciences Communication at UW-Madison.