CFAES Monthly: November 2017

  1. The woman lay unconscious beside the gas station’s trash can in a rural part of the state that’s become accustomed to opioid overdoses. She was in her 20s, the mother of a toddler. She wasn’t breathing when Justin Estill arrived …

  2. Thankfully, no one was hurt. And this one was smaller, weaker and caused a LOT less damage than the one in 2010.

  3. An “enthusiastic participant,” he got a firsthand look at hands-on learning.

  4. Hundreds attended the screenings in Wooster and Columbus. Healthy discussion followed.

  5. Celebratory milestones included 50 years of service by Harold Keener and 45 years by Linda Saif.

  6. Evin Bachelor and teammates made a big impression at last month’s American Agricultural Law Association annual symposium.

  7. Jason Veil has been named the new curator of Secrest Arboretum on CFAES’s Wooster Campus.

  8. Some 25 new trees, adding to the 50,000 already there, now grace Ohio State’s Columbus campus thanks to volunteer faculty, staff and students.

  9. M. Susie Whittington of CFAES’s Department of Agricultural Communication, Education, and Leadership has been named director of Ohio State’s Second-Year Transformational Experience Program.

  10. CFAES’s Graham Cochran and Terry Niblack attended APLU’s Fall 2017 Food Systems Leadership Institute last month.

Videos

  1. Learning Communities, Sam Wander
    About CFAES’s Learning Communities
    About CFAES’s Learning Communities
    About CFAES’s Learning Communities
  2. Add it up: What’s in an 800-calorie Thanksgiving dinner?
    A Thanksgiving Meal for Under 800 Cal.
    A Thanksgiving Meal for Under 800 Cal.
    A Thanksgiving Meal for Under 800 Cal.
  3. The best ways to store your Thanksgiving leftovers
    Storing Thanksgiving Leftovers
    Storing Thanksgiving Leftovers
    Storing Thanksgiving Leftovers
  4. Start Your Buckeye Life in Wooster
    Start Your Buckeye Life in Wooster
    Start Your Buckeye Life in Wooster
    Start Your Buckeye Life in Wooster
  1. Learning Communities, Sam Wander