Leveling the Playing Field for Ohio Communities
Mark Rembert, Bo Feng and Mark Partridge of the Department of Agricultural, Environment, and Development Economics recently published a report that explored access to broadband access throughout Ohio. ...
Climate Change: A Threat to the Waning of War
agree on any robust relationship between climate change and conflict. And the most recent report from ...
EEOB Spring Seminar Series
Hawaii, Australia, the Caribbean and the Middle East, and visited reefs in many places in between. He has ...
Sheep Grazing/Forage Management Tour
the first 50 people. Thanks to financial sponsorship from the Ohio Forage and Grassland Council, the ...
Ohio State Students Launch ‘Environmental ScienceBites’ iBook
orangutans, and how coffee production can cause deforestation, soil erosion and water contamination. “We ...
Welcome New and Returning Students
Development and Sustainability (EEDS) taught by Dr. Jeremy Brooks and Urban Soils & Ecosystem Services: ...
CFAES Alumni Making News
We love to see our alumni out in the world making great things happen. Here are some recent newsmakers from The Ohio State University College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences. ...
"I’ll Never Get to Drive that Combine Again"
Jeff Austin suffered from cancer that left him paralyzed. AgrAbility helped get him back to farming. ...
Memories of Making New Friends
Kaley Core received her BS in Food Agriculture & Biological Engineering in 2015. She shared a story about making a new friend on campus- a friend who became much more important than she could have guessed at the time. ...
Assigning Responsibility for a Rainforest
A recent study co-authored by Brent Sohngen, a professor of agricultural, environmental and developmental economics at OSU, showed that deforestation is slowed when property rights are assigned to residents. Douglas Southgate, study co-author and emeri ...