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Pilot Plant, Research Advancements Help Drive Domestic Natural Rubber Project Forward
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East Ohio Women in Agriculture Conference, New Philadelphia
adults, $30 for high school students. Registration: go.osu.edu/w7G. ...
New Tool Offers Growers Easy Option to Measure Soil Organic Matter Content
University in Ada. Vinayak Shedekar, a graduate student of the Department of Food, Agricultural and ...
National Conference on Diversity, Race & Learning
Latino/a students, and implicit bias. The Conference Charge was given by Stephen S. Francis, director of ... Nursing, Panera Bread, the Office of Student Life, Honda of America Manufacturing, the College of ...
Environmental Sciences (CFAES) in 2012 and is funded by the college. All faculty, staff, and student/s are ... efforts between teams, individuals, and or student groups who have new projects or ideas that enhance ...
CFAES SAC Summer Professional Development Series- Drowning Out Negativity
Drowning Out Negativity with Jodie Leister Tuesday, August 7, 12:00-1:00pm Columbus Campus- 244 Kottman Hall Wooster Campus- 200 FABE With the fast pace of the worlds these days it can be hard to not let it all bog you down, especially in times of stress. ...
CFAES SAC Summer Professional Development Series- Coping with Digital Distraction
Coping with Digital Distraction with Dr. Claire Kamp-Dush Tuesday, July 17, 12:00-1:00pm Columbus Campus- 250A Agricultural Administration Wooster Campus- 200 FABE Managing digital distraction may be the most important work-life balance/productivity skill ...
CFAES SAC Summer Professional Development Series- Emotional Intelligence for Everyday Success
Emotional Intelligence for Everyday Success with Dr. Jeff King Tuesday, June 26, 11:30-1:00pm Columbus Campus- 250A Agricultural Administration Wooster Campus- 200 FABE Emotional intelligence addresses the emotional, personal, social and survival dimensio ...
Student Farm: What is a CSA
Student Farm: What We Grow