Dale Leppo receives CFAES award
Dale Leppo, a tireless supporter of Ohio State ATI and a leader in the power equipment industry, is the recipient of the 2014 College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences Meritorious Service to Students Award. The FAES Student Council recogni ...
Dairy Cattle Judging Team has Successful Year
The 2013 Ohio State ATI Dairy Cattle Judging Team put in a great showing this fall. The team participated in contests at World Dairy Expo (Madison, WI – September 30), the Pennsylvania All-American Dairy Show (Harrisburg, PA – September 9), and the Nort ...
Brandon Parks '13 Wins Design Competition
Brandon Parks '13 (landscape horticulture) was recently named the winner of a design competition conducted by A. I. Root Company in Medina, Ohio. The project which, sought to bring their history as candle makers and bee stewards together in a projec ...
New Ohio State ATI Website Launched This Year
If you are reading this article, you're taking advantage of one of the many new features of the new Ohio State ATI website, which was launched at the beginning of the 2013-2014 academic year. The website was developed by the College of Food, Agricult ...
Jill Byers returns to Ohio State ATI
A familiar face to anyone who was at Ohio State ATI between 1994 and 2006 has returned. Jill Byers, who served as coordinator of admissions during those 12 years, is once again on the admissions staff, this time in the role of admissions counselor. A Loud ...
Faculty member's book explores bratwurst, buckeyes and more
Nathan Crook, assistant professor and coordinator of Oho State ATI's agricultural education program, has written a book about the food traditions of northwest Ohio entitled A Culinary History of the Great Black Swamp. The cultural and physical landsc ...
Dave Richards: ONLA president is dedicated to the green industry
As a school teacher, Dave Richards could have spent Aug. 8, 2013 enjoying his time off in air-conditioned comfort. Instead, he was sweltering outside on Ohio State ATI’s campus as he acted as timekeeper and announcer for the Certified Landscape Technician ...
Bill Mead '81: Career proves value of two-year degree
Don’t tell Bill Mead that it takes a bachelor’s degree or beyond to attain an upper management position in the agribusiness industry. Bill, a 1980 graduate with an associate of applied science degree in crop production, recently returned to Ohio after a 2 ...
5th OVIFT Symposium
Ohio State ATI Welcomes New Equine Professor
Assistant Professor Jessica Suagee, one of Ohio State ATI's newest faculty member, never envisioned a career with horses, much less one that included teaching. "I've ridden horses my entire life," Suagee said, "but I honestly didn ...