SENR Seminar Series- The real ‘wild’ side of Put-in-Bay: The Lake Erie Islands Nature and Wildlife Center
Amy Alford is an Environmental Scientist for the West Tennessee River Basin Authority, and a Volunteer at the Lake Erie Islands Nature and Wildlife Center, and Renée Fultz the Director of the Lake Erie Islands Nature and Wildlife Center, will present, T ...
Director's Note, March 30
Dear Alumni and Friends, Add paragraph: Copy: It is hard to believe we are in the homestretch of our spring semester with a significant milestone on the horizon – graduation! I am looking forward to celebrating our nearly 150 students on the path to gra ...
SENR Announcements, March 25
Announcements Highlights Add paragraph: Copy: The School of Environment and Natural Resources Student Research Symposium is on Monday, March 27, 2023. The full-day symposium boasts two oral presentation sessions with 10 student presenters and two poster ...
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 ...
Graduate Exit Seminar- Bethany Williams
Plan to join Bethany Williams's graduate exit seminar on April 3, 2023, at 9:30 a.m. in Kottman Hall 370 or via Zoom. Bethany will present, "The Effect of Multiple Stressors on Reproductive Physiology and Behavior in an African Cichlid." ...
Five SENR students recognized as CFAES Distinguished Seniors
SENR Seniors recognized as 2023 CFAES Distinguished Seniors Join us in congratulating the five SENR seniors recognized as 2023 Distinguished Seniors Join us in congratulating! ...
The Status of River Otters in Ohio
Otters were extirpated from Ohio in the early 1900’s and reintroduced in 1986. Since then, the population has increased across Ohio. Join Stan Gehrt, OSU Extension Wildlife Specialist and Professor within the School of Environment and Natural Resources, a ...
Winter Tree ID with the Ohio Woodland Stewards Program
Can you identify trees with leaves? What about without leaves? Identifying trees in winter can be a real challenge. This is an advanced class for individuals who are familiar with using a dichotomous key. This one day workshop is designed to give partici ...