CFAES Monthly: August 2017

  1. Brian Roe is among the speakers at the sold-out 2017 Food Tank Summit on Food Waste in New York City on Sept. 13.

  2. picture of rusty lock

    Ohio State Professor Emeritus Joe Donnemeyer is one of three keynote speakers at the first-ever International Rural Crime Conference in South Africa Sept. 27.

  3. Photo of Scott Shearer

    The Western Agricultural Research Station in South Charleston was the last stop on the 2017 Roads Scholars Tour in July for about 50 faculty members, administrators and community leaders.

  4. Prairie in Cleveland with people.

    Research underway in Cleveland by graduate student Denisha Parker, undergraduate Ryan Byler, and entomologist Mary Gardiner was featured in the city's ciCLEvia event July 16.

  5. Photo of Jeff Hattey, Jim Fowler and Greg Davis

    In addition to alumni and stakeholders, faculty and staff donate to CFAES and the university helping reach annual fundraising goals.

  6. Erdal Ozkan receives honor

    Faculty members and alumni of the Department of Food, Agricultural, and Biological Engineering were honored in July at the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers.

  7. Rattan Lal in corn field.

    Rattan Lal is to receive the Renewable Natural Resources Foundation's 2017 Sustained Achievement Award.

  8. Richard Moore, emeritus professor in the School of Environment and Natural Resources and adjunct emeritus professor in the Department of Anthropology, will receive the Public Policy Award from the American Anthropological Association in November.

  9. Image of Christina Allen

    Four Ohio State students–three from CFAES–were among 29 across the country who received a prestigious 2017 USDA World Food Prize Wallace-Carver Fellowship.

  10. Beef cattle

    Three CFAES faculty members sat for and passed examination for Diplomate status in the American College of Veterinary Preventative Medicine.

  11. Photo of two people at multiple computer screens

    BioHio Research Park announces the addition of Cureo to their incubator based on the Wooster campus.

  12. A word cloud about agbiosciences.

    The agriculture industry increasingly links with other industries to take on common challenges in key areas such as food production and security, energy and the environment and health and wellness.

  13. Ohio State agriscience education students Haley Sherman and Sarah Landis were selected to attend the Future Agriscience Teacher (FAST) Symposium as part of the National Teach Ag Day celebration in September.

  14. 2017 participants in DC Days

    Four faculty members and three staff members attended the fourth annual trip to Washington, D.C. from May 22-24, 2017, sponsored by the OARDC Director’s Office and the Grant Development Support Unit.

  15. Group photo of upward bound participants

    The Ohio State University’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion has received word from the office of Ohio Senator Rob Portman and the U. S. Department of Education that both its Upward Bound Programs at Columbus and Wooster have been funded for five more years.

  16. Image of 24 hours, 365 days

    The Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO) rolled out Office 365 for university faculty, staff and guests on July 25.

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