CFAES Monthly : June/July 2017

  1. Photo of new greenhouse with Nathan Donley, ATI Greenhouse manager,  Emily Fulk, Environmental Sciences student from Ashland  Dean Kress,  Emma Trapp, Greenhouse Management student from Orrville.

    Experiential learning is one of the hallmarks of an Ohio State ATI education. 

  2. The new State Climate Office of Ohio (SCOO) will expand access to agricultural weather and data.

  3. Photo of Rattan Lal and others.

    Rattan Lal, Director of the Carbon Management and Sequestration Center, received the Honoris Causa degree from the Universitat de Lleida, Spain on June 13.

  4. picture of white oack wood and leaves

    Building Ohio State:  From Forest to the Renovation of the Thompson Library was among the most popular exhibits presented by the Ohio State University Libraries, said a library official.

  5. ESP logo

    Five Ohio State University Extension employees will be honored at the national meeting of Epsilon Sigma Phi (ESP) in October in Wilmington, North Carolina.

  6. A group photo of participants in leadership program

    The Spring 2017 CFAES Leadership Development Program brought 31 faculty and staff members together May 8-10.

  7. Suzanne Steel, assistant director of Marketing and Communications for the college, began her year-long term as president of the Association for Communication Excellence (ACE) at the group’s annual conference in June.

  8. Tanzanian farmers in a hoop greenhouse

    Food security, poverty alleviation, low agricultural productivity, and youth underemployment in Tanzania can be addressed by encouraging its farmers to become more business and market oriented.

  9. Illustration with multiple e-learning icons

    ATI faculty received a 2017 Innovative Teaching Award from the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities (APLU) Board on Agriculture.

  10. Silhouette of corn in field

    There is more value to corn than just its kernels. That is the winning idea created by Ohio State's National Agri-Marketing Association (NAMA) Marketing Team.

  11. Image of Kelse Brown

    Kelse Brown, of Edgerton, Ohio, was recently selected as a National Teach Ag Ambassador, an outreach program of the National Council for Agricultural Education, led by the National Association of Agricultural Educators to promote the agricultural education profession.

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