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  1. American Council on Education Women's Network-Ohio Conference Evening Reception

    https://equityandinclusion.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/events/american-council-education-womens-network-ohio-conference-evening-reception

    Thursday's reception is at   Cuyahoga Community College Eastern Campus and Friday's events are at the Cuyahoga Community College Corporate College East.  Click here for directions to both locations.   Hotels   Courtyard Marriott Beachwood  3695 ...

  2. Training Request

    https://equityandinclusion.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/resources/training-request

    Please complete the Training Request Form if you would like to schedule a professional development opportunity for your department or unit.  There are several options in addition, you may request a specific topic. I am willing to travel to regions and cou ...

  3. Field Trip to Judging Contest

    https://students.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news/field-trip-judging-contest

    To give students in his livestock judging class at Ohio State University a taste of actual livestock judging, Kyle Culp lead a field trip to the Hoosier Beef Congress in Indianapolis last weekend. “For some of them, they’ve never marked a card in a judgin ...

  4. Hispanic/Latino

    https://equityandinclusion.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/node/59

    OSU Resources Multicultural Center-Latino/Hispanic External Resources Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities American Associaiton of Hispanics in Higher Education, Inc. Excelencia in Education NASPA-Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Educ ...

  5. Growing potential: How to recruit more Latino students into agriculture

    https://students.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news/growing-potential-how-recruit-more-latino-students-agriculture

    The Latinos in Agriculture Leaders Forum recently convened in San Antonio, Texas. Jamie Cano and Warren Tyler Agner attended the forum with financial support from the CFAES Professional Development Support Fund. The Leaders Forum brought together represen ...

  6. CFAES Diversity mini-grants announced

    https://students.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news/cfaes-diversity-mini-grants-announced

    The following individuals applied for and were selected to receive the first CFAES Diversity mini-grants. Christine Kindle, OSU Extension educator, Tuscarawas County, collaborating with Robin Bowdish, council coordinator, Tuscarawas County Family and Chil ...

  7. A better tool in the toolbox: New project will bolster Ohio's Phosphorus Risk Index

    https://students.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news/better-tool-in-the-toolbox-new-project-will-bolster-ohios-phosphorus-risk-index

    Grand Lake St. Marys has lost an estimated $60-80 million in tourism due to harmful algae blooms. And in 2011, algae blooms covered 990 square miles of Lake Erie's surface area, the largest in the lake's history. Phosphorus is the pollutant most ...

  8. Dec. 18 Open Doors training: How to recognize, identify, end bias

    https://students.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news/dec-18-open-doors-training-how-recognize-identify-end-bias

    OARDC, ATI, and the OSU Student Life Multicultural Center are hosting  Open Doors  training on Dec. 18 in the Fisher Auditorium conference room at OARDC, 1680 Madison Ave., Wooster. The training is part of the university's commitment to diversity and ...

  9. Boost to brewing biogas: OARDC receives $6.5 million grant to further develop new system

    https://students.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news/boost-brewing-biogas-oardc-receives-65-million-grant-further-develop-new-system

    OARDC has received a $6.5 million grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the U.S. Department of Energy to test and expand OARDC-developed technology that can produce biogas from a variety of solid organic wastes and bioenergy crops. Awarded thr ...

  10. New testing method could make phosphorus monitoring cheaper, faster

    https://students.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news/new-testing-method-could-make-phosphorus-monitoring-cheaper-faster

    Phosphorus is usually at the forefront of concerns about the health of Lake Erie. While watershed managers never stop searching for ways to reduce phosphorus input, they also need to be able to monitor current levels easily and cost-effectively. Chris Spi ...

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