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Engagement Scholarship Consortium Opportunities – Deadlines Approaching
student, faculty, staff, community partner, and institution. Nominations are due March 25. Learn more and ... Oct. 2-3. This intensive professional development program provides advanced doctoral students and early ...
Need Farm Workers? It could get easier
COLUMBUS, Ohio—Hiring migrant farm workers will become cheaper and easier as a result of several ... least $12.50 an hour, the average of those two hourly wages. “The new rules will allow farmers to hire ... hire migrant laborers have to apply for an H-2A visa for each person they hire. That visa allows ...
CFAES Internal Process for F&A Waiver Requests Workday: How to initiate or change a supplier ...
Thoughts from the Director
mid-April (more information coming soon). Next week, we will be meeting with our Extension Internal Advisory ...
Forestry Forum Christmas Tree Sale
students of CFAES’ Forestry Forum, an official student chapter of the Society of American Foresters and the ... International Society of Arboriculture. Proceeds go to support the group’s scholarships and activities. ...
Purchase Orders in Workday
list t o learn about suppliers and their products. In general, use internal suppliers first to see if ...
Crucial Conversations Training Offered by LOD This Spring and Summer
You can improve your skills in having crucial conversations by attending the official Crucial Conversations two-day workshops that are taught by the Learning and Organizational Development team. ...
2018 Northwest Ohio Crops Day
Researcher, Byrd Polar Climate Center 1:30 Agronomic Insect Issues Kelley Tilmon/Andy Michael, OSU ...
Updated Roll On/Off Form
Hiring managers can now use the form Technology Roll On/Off/Transfer when rolling on or off an ...
Bugged by Bugs in Your Home This Winter? Take Steps in Spring and Summer
marmorated stink bugs on your toaster, there’s bad news and good news. The bad news, say experts at The Ohio ... sheltered from the storm. That’s why they sneaked in to begin with. The good news is, with warm weather ... good. “Spring and summer are a good time to bug-proof your home,” said Joe Boggs, entomologist and ...