Help FABE Students Restore Carmack Woods
Food, Agricultural, and Biological Engineering (FABE) students are working with local organization, Friends of the Lower Olentangy Watershed (FLOW) to remove invasive plant species from the Carmack Woods. They are undertaking this job and inviting volunt ...
Food Pyramid Scheme- Columbus, Ohio
Food Pyramid Scheme explores the structural inequalities that exist in the domestic food system for both producers and consumers. ...
Dr. David Benfield
highly-valued purposes, including the promotion of wellness, the preservation of greenspaces, and a place where ...
CFAES & MANRRS Diversity Networking Breakfast
The CFAES Alumni Society Board invites alumni and friends to to network with current students and discuss how to utilize networks for internships and career advancement. Please stop in for coffee and bagels and invaluable information. We look forward to s ...
We Want to Hear from You!
This idea comes from a fellow alum. Share stories about your college job. Did you work on campus or off? How did it influence your education and career goals? ...
Thirteen Honored at CFAES Awards
On March 3rd, the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences honored thirteen amazing alumni and friends. ...
Finding the Magic in Mushrooms
Did you know that mushrooms with pyschedelic properties might hold the answers for neurological treatments? ...
Clean Beaches Pay Off
Keeping beaches clean is good for the environment but also carries a cost. A recent study co-authored by Tim Haab, chair of agricultural, environmental and development economics, helps show the economic payoff of such efforts. ...
It's In There!
Dr. Bill Hildebolt, a distinguished CFAES alum and friend of the college, has co-written a book with Arts & Sciences alum Bonnie Bajorek Daneker on how Prego spaghetti sauce came to be on supermarket shelves. ...
Winter Floral Arranging Workshop- Wooster, Ohio
This hands-on class is designed to teach basic floral design using plants found in the home landscape. ...