Supporting Our Military & Veteran Students
Navigating university and military life can be a challenge for veteran and enlisted students. Find out what CFAES is doing to help. ...
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Providing Answers for the Leading Killer of Ohioans Under 55
The Swank Program in Rural-Urban Policy released a study on the opioid epidemic with surprising information on the state's ability to combat the crisis. ...
Renovating the Neighborhood Baseball Diamond
Horticulture and Crop Science students get a great hands-on learning opportunity and school baseball teams get a renovated field with this class project. It’s a great example of a wonderful partnership! ...
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. ...
Winter Solstice Labyrinth Walk at Chadwick Arboretum
Walking the candlelit labyrinth in Chadwick Arboretum & Learning Gardens is a peaceful way to welcome winter. Director, Mary Maloney will give a brief overview of the labyrinth as a meditative tool at 6:00 p.m. Learn more here. ...
Communiqué April 2, 2014
50 percent participation. Total donors as of this week 442 New donors this week 13 Percentage of ... level budget which has been restored to the 2012 levels. The passage of the Farm Bill includes a new ... with county-level information and images. The plan is to purchase 10 of the tabletop displays that ...
Sample Student-Produced Processed Meats
The Processed Meats class will present its final products on Wednesday, December 6, from 9:10am-11:15am in 117 Animal Science Building, to visitors who want to taste and judge the students' creations. Individuals or teams will produce a variety of me ...
How to Survive in Antarctica: Lessons from an Insect- Buckeye Smart Program
Antarctica is among Earth’s most inhospitable environments, but one insect, a wingless midge (Belgica antarctica), thrives here. It survives not only low temperatures, but also desiccation, UV radiation, and extremes of salinity and pH. Join David Denling ...