Roger Hoy joined the University of Nebraska-Lincoln as both a professor and the Director of the Nebraska Tractor Test Laboratory (NTTL) in 2006. His research efforts have largely been focused on tractor performance and roll-over protection. Hoy also advises the UNL quarter scale tractor team and employs around 35 engineering and ag mechanization students at the NTTL, which he uses as a teaching and mentoring opportunity. He is active in the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers (ASABE) were he is currently serving on the Society Board. He has previously led numerous standards committees, has served on the ASABE Standards Council twice and on the Foundation Board of Trustees. How currently serves with the OECD tractor test codes and schemes and led that body from 2009-2011. Within UNL, he chairs the Biological Systems Engineering facilities committee and serves with the Nebraska Board of Engineers and Curriculum committees.