ENR undergraduate shares service experience
The Ohio State University is dedicated to fostering a culture of engagement and service. Many of our students are engaged and serve in our communities. Read about Ashley Malefant's spring break experience - engaging in ecosystem restoration and hur ...
Community Night: Seeds of a Renaissance at Urban Arts Space
Please join in celebrating Seeds of a Renaissance: Sustainable Pathways to Community Wellness and Resilience through Art on Thursday, May 11 from 6–8pm at Urban Arts Space. Seeds of a Renaissance examines personal relationships with nearby natural sp ...
Extension Professionals Complete Risser Farm Financial Management Training.
Forty-six Extension professionals participated in the “Risser Farm Financial Management Training" for the Beginner and Small Farmer Program held on April 27, 2023, at The Ohio State University. This professional development training was held for Exte ...
Graduate student awarded prestigious NSF Fellowship
Nikki Nadeau, a MS student in the School of Environment and Natural Resources has been awarded one of the prestigious 2023 Graduate Research Fellowships by the National Science Foundation (NSF). Read more. ...
ATI Greenhouse Spring Plant Sale
The annual spring plant sale is scheduled for May 10-12. ...
CALLING HOURS performance
Two nights in May 2023 — CALLING HOURS will be performed Friday 5/5 and Saturday 5/6, 8p. Local actors will deliver a series of eulogies from the point of view of a trucker, management, community, school, employees, clergy, and the demolition through a ch ...
Pallavi Chandna Academic and Global Education Advisor email@example.com 614-292-2265 210E Kottman Hall 2021 Coffey Road, Columbus, OH 43210 Pallavi Chandna is a new addition to the School of Environment and Natural Resources. She earned a bachelor's ...
Two Ohio State students honored as 2023 Udall Awardee and Honorable Mention
Two Ohio State students have been recognized by the Udall Foundation. Udall recognizes outstanding students involved in leadership, service, and careers related to the environment, and awards $7,000 toward undergraduate expenses to 55 undergraduates natio ...
Pesticide ID Cards Squash Bugs Squash Vine Borer Thrips White-tailed Deer Aphid Cole Crop Caterpillars Cucumber Beetle Feral Cats Flea Beetle Groundhog Mexican Bean Beetle Natural Enemy Field Guide Rabbits Twospotted Spider Mites Vole ...
STEP visits Washington, D.C.
Submitted by Penny Nemitz, firstname.lastname@example.org Wooster Campus Second Year Transformational Experience Program (STEP) students attended a field trip to Washington D.C. on March 9 th through the 12 th. They were joined by faculty mentors Dr. Dan Linden and Dr. ...