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Amstutz, Janini win national awards
Two Ohio State ATI faculty members were recognized with awards at the 2016 North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture Conference. Thomas Janini, associate professor of chemistry, is the recipient of the NACTA Educator Award. The award recognizes ...
Alumna takes the reins at the Ohio State ATI Equine Center
Aspen Adams has joined the Ohio State ATI staff as the horse herd manager for the Equine Center. Adams is an alumna of the horse production and management program. As is the case with many Ohio State ATI students, Adams' internship experience led to ...
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CFAES conducts survey of animal facilities
Agricultural and Natural Resources Laboratory (WANRL) a site for a new multi-species facility that functions as ...
his property without first obtaining a required permit. Resource Extraction State ex rel. Morrison v. ...
Scholarship Golf Tournament Returns This Summer
After a year's hiatus, the Ohio State ATI Scholarship Golf Tournament will return on Thursday, July 21 at Hawk's Nest Golf Course in Creston. The format is a four-person scramble with a shotgun start at 9:30 a.m. The cost is $65 per person, whic ...
Ohio State ATI welcomes five new faculty
Dr. Uttara Samarakoon – Samarakoon is an assistant professor in the greenhouse and nursery management program. She received a Bachelor of Sciences degree with honors from the University of Peradeniya in Sri Lanka in agriculture with a specialization in ho ...
Four with Wooster campus connections honored by CFAES
The CFAES Alumni Society sponsors an annual awards program to recognize individuals whose careers have enabled them to make significant contributions to the college. This year, four of the recipients have connections to the Wooster campus. They were honor ...
Emerita Profile: Shirley Badger
Shirley Badger joined the Ohio State ATI faculty in 1976, teaching for 33 years before her retirement in 2009. And since then, she has been one busy person. The most important part of her post-retirement life, she says, has been her work as a hospice volu ...