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Student Council Meeting
The IRA Rollover Benefit: What You Need To Know
Do you know the tax benefits of the IRA rollover? The IRA charitable rollover law allows you to transfer up to $100,000 tax-free directly from an individual retirement account (IRA) to The Ohio State University Foundation without undesirable tax effects. ...
New Student Convocation
Bigham named CFAES’s interim associate dean for research
Dr. Jerry Bigham will serve as interim associate dean for research and graduate education while the college conducts a national search for a permanent successor to Steve Slack. ...
You're Invited: CFAES Spring Game Tailgate
The College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences is hosting a Spring Game Tailgate for CFAES young alumni & their families! Saturday, April 16, 2016 10:30 a.m .- Registration & Activities 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.- Buffet Lunch ...
Commodity Classic Draws CFAES to the Crescent City
Miss and Kevin Adams of Mandeville, La. hosted about 30 alumni, friends, faculty and staff at a reception during the recent Commodity Classic Trade Show in New Orleans. ...
Friend of the College: Lee Smith
A passion for horses and a desire to give back has inspired Lee Smith of Columbus to make a unique gift-- the largest in the history of the Equine Program at The Ohio State University College of Food, Agricultural, and Environment Sciences. Smith has a l ...
CFAES Facilities Master Plan is now online
Interested in learning more about the future of the college? The CFAES Facilities Master Plan website is now linked to our college’s Facilities and Planning page (scroll down). Or find it directly at cfaes-plan.sasaki.com. ...
Celebrating those who invest in the future of CFAES
Estate gifts and the people who make them are part of a deeply rooted tradition at Ohio State. CFAES is grateful to the generous alumni and friends who have remembered Ohio State in their estate plans. We applaud these donors and honor their generosity th ...
OARDC annual conference spotlights water quality
OARDC’s 2015 Annual Research Conference, which took place April 16 in Columbus, featured 11 speakers on a theme of “Water Quality: Sustaining a Vital Resource.” The speakers included Deanna Osmond, North Carolina State University soil science professor, w ...