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HCS students get a Golden Opportunity
Congratulations to CFAES students Michael Hannewald, a senior studying sustainable plant systems (specialization in agronomy, agribusiness minor), and Stephanie Verhoff, a senior agronomy major, plant pathology minor. The American Society of Agronomy, the ...
A strategic roadmap for the future: ATI re-envisioning process set to start
CFAES is about to undertake a transformational re-envisioning process for Ohio State ATI. This process will involve capturing stakeholder input (both internal and external), gathering and evaluating data/feedback, and creating a strategic roadmap for the ...
What you should know about OARDC SEEDS, the OARDC Research Enhancement Competitive Grants Program
Established in 1996 and supported by an appropriation from the Ohio General Assembly to OARDC, SEEDS: The OARDC Research Enhancement Competitive Grants Program, is unique among U.S. state-assisted universities. In fostering high-quality research among sci ...
College Faculty Approves Professional Practice Faculty Track
In a recent vote, a majority (184, yes; 29, no) of the eligible tenure-track faculty of CFAES voted to approve the proposal to establish a professional practice (i.e., clinical) faculty track, as discussed in the Sept. 3 all-faculty meeting. The proposal ...
Cultural Intelligence Training of Trainers is Coming in April
Cultural Intelligence (CQ) is the ability to have effective interactions across cultures. Cultural intelligence goes beyond the ability to recognize and appreciate differences across cultures. Academic research has provided empirical results that demonstr ...
Students Travel to National Conference
Columbus, Ohio – On Thursday, November 7, 29 students from The Ohio State University traveled west to Kansas City, Missouri to take part in the Agriculture Future of America Leaders Conference. The AFA Leaders Conference provides support for college men a ...
Limes Leads OSU Livestock Judging Team with First Top Ten at Stockman
COLUMBUS, Ohio- Emily Limes finished sixth overall on Oct. 19, at the Stockman Judging Contest, held at the Dekalb County Fairgrounds in Auburn, Ind. This marked the first time in the 20-year history of the contest that an OSU student has ranked in the t ...
Scientist develops innovative vaccine for profit-draining swine virus
A CFAES researcher has created a unique vaccine to protect swine from porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome (PRRS), a viral disease that causes direct losses to U.S. swine producers to the tune of $664 million a year. Unlike the current live vacci ...
Chancellor Carey visits ATI, OARDC in Wooster
John Carey, chancellor of the Ohio Board of Regents, learned about the many ways in which outdoor labs, innovative technologies, public-private partnerships and technical education are shaping Ohio's economic and environmental future during a Sept. 4 ...
Migration station: Stone Lab staff helps migrating monarchs
Monarch butterflies are some of the most well-known butterflies in North America, due to their large size and deep orange coloring. Their migration from Canada to Mexico and back is nothing short of spectacular, with thousands of butterflies congregating ...