ATI Advisor List
Advisor / Program Coordinator List ATI Program Coordinators D0884 Horticultural Technologies Dr. Jon Witter, Interim Chair Witter.firstname.lastname@example.org FLDMKT-AA Floral Design & Marketing Mrs. Terry Lanker email@example.com GHNRMGT-AA Greenhouse and Nursery Mana ...
ATI Advising Page
ATI Advising Resources Whether you are planning your degree, making course selections, or resolving academic issues, the links below can help you with planning your meetings with your advisor. Advising Syllabus In the advising syllabus you will find: P ...
Save the Date and RSVP for a Discovering Poland Presentation
Join Martyna Sokolowska and Nina Kantor-Malujdy who visiting scholars from Szczecin, Poland to hear them talk about cultural connections. Where culture meets agriculture. ...
Soil Health Webinar Series
The Ohio State Agronomic Crops Team Soil Health Webinar Series returns this winter. You won’t want to miss out on this year’s line-up of farmers and academic experts covering a wide range of soil health topics. There is no cost to attend these programs, b ...
Save the Date: Equine Open House
The Equine Facilities and Management class is putting on a field day for you at the ATI Equine Center! It will be an education and fun day for all. No horse experience required. Mark your calendars for March 4 th at 12 Pm! ...
Entomology Seminar, Dr. Morgan (Mo) Christman, Thursday 2/9
Submitted by Jonathan Lee-Rodriguez: firstname.lastname@example.org This upcoming Thursday (Feb 9) at 9 am we will have our next seminar presentation of the spring semester which will be given by Dr. Morgan (Mo) Christman from The Ohio State Unive ...
February 8, 2023
Hunter Myers Research Assistant 180 Halterman Hall email@example.com ...
Milon Chowdhury, Ph.D.
Milon Chowdhury, Ph.D. Post-Doctoral Researcher 132C Halterman Hall firstname.lastname@example.org ...
The Contemporary Relevance of Historic Black Land Loss
At the close of the Civil War, Black Americans owned very little farmland but began acquiring it at a rapid pace, so that by 1910, Black farmers owned more than 16 million acres. This, however, would be the peak of Black farmland ownership in the United S ...