Din Din with Linden
The last Din Din with Linden is April 20th. ...
You’re invited! CFAES Graduating Student Celebration
Who: Undergraduate and graduate students in CFAES from Columbus or Wooster graduating in 2023 (spring, summer, or autumn semesters) What: We want to celebrate you at our reception-style graduating student gathering with free food and giveaways. Vice Pre ...
March 27- April 3, 2023
2023 CFAES Celebration of Students
2023 Celebration of Students – We want to celebrate YOU- let’s ‘Come Together'! We hope you can join us at one or all of the following free events for CFAES students with food, giveaways, and community: here: https://go.osu.edu/cos23 GIVEAWAY DAY- ...
Donuts with the Dean
Join Dean Cathann Kress for donuts and conversation. ...
National Extension Master Gardener Volunteer Week
Twenty-five years ago Lyn Fisher and Martha Beck had a dream to establish a program to train gardening enthusiasts in research-based gardening techniques, then to use that knowledge to teach the general public. Lyn and Martha, had heard of such a program ...
Think Green....It's Not Just A Color
Join the "Think Green....it's not just a color Email Wellness Challenge! This is a 6-week challenge for healthy tips and ideas to improve your well-being. click on the link below for all the information: Wellness Challenge Information ...
Globally Inspired Heart Healthy Cooking- Program Series
In this four-part series, you will learn about food staples such as rice, beans, corn, potatoes, and chicken that are used in many cuisines around the world. We’ll explore heart-healthy ways to prepare these items so you can celebrate the flavors of the w ...
Fill out a 15 minute research survey for a chance to win a $100 dollar gift card!
My name is Luke Power. I am a high school physics and environmental science teacher in Wayne County Ohio, as well as a remote graduate student working with Dr. al Wahish at the University of Washington. I am conducting research with the goal of improving ...
ATI students experience beef industry in Western U.S.
A group of six second-year livestock students, led by faculty member Dr. Michael Amstutz, spent Feb. 28- March 7 touring various livestock businesses in Oklahoma and Texas. Businesses included the Oklahoma National Stockyards, the world's largest sto ...