Horticulture is the application of scientific principles to grow vegetables, fruits, ornamental plants, and landscape design, as well as business principles to sell the commodities. You’ll learn basic characteristics of a wide variety of plants; includin ...
Plant Biosciences is a broad study of plant biology including plant form and function, diversity, reproduction, evolution, and uses of plants. Please note that Plant Biosciences is a specialization of our Sustainable Plant Systems (SPS) major. In Sustain ...
Professional Golf Management
Majoring in Professional Golf Management (PGM) will set you up for a successful career in the golf industry. The goal of this program is to assist you in becoming a PGA member and is the only program of this type in the state of Ohio. You’ll gain real-wor ...
The Sustainable Agriculture major prepares you to think about farming holistically — to balance the environmental, social and economic dimensions. You’ll learn how to navigate multiple economic, social, and environmental goals when managing a farm, ranch, ...
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Come Grow With Us!
The Department of Horticulture and Crop Science offers a multitude of engaging programs filled with eye-opening, hands-on, life changing learning experiences. Our faculty and staff are devoted to teaching the next generation of leaders. Whether you'r ...
JCEP Award Recipients
The Ohio Joint Council of Extension Professionals (JCEP) Scholarships, Grants, and Awards Committee recently awarded Professional Development Scholarship Awards to its members in the following categories: First Time Scholarship Recipients, Round 1 Grant ...
Giovanni Caccialupi Visiting Fellow email@example.com Williams Hall BS Agronomy – Alma Mater Studiorum, University of Bologna Italy (2018) I work on abiotic stress response in barley. I am here to collaborate with Dr. Eric Stockinger on a project to ev ...
Reid Gohmann Phd (Mackey) firstname.lastname@example.org Columbus I'm anticipating graduating in 2026 Research Focus: I study plant-interactions between the model plant Arabidopsis thaliana and the pathogen Pseudomonas syringae pathovar tomato. Specifically, ...