A new graduate associateship program in CFAES aims to recruit, educate and support future Extension educators to work in the fields of agriculture and natural resources. But the deadline to apply is soon -- Saturday, March 15.
Ohio State University Extension is offering up to three Extension Director's research associateships for the Master in Plant Health Management (MPHM) for autumn 2014.
The MPHM graduate program, jointly administered by the departments of Plant Pathology and Entomology, includes coursework and hands-on training in both technical and professional aspects of plant health management. MPHM is Ohio State's first graduate program to achieve national Professional Science Master's affiliation, with a curriculum that blends science and professional development.