CFAES Connect: December 2015

Alumni News

  1. During this season of gratitude, the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences is proud to share that a college-record $22.9 million was raised this past fiscal year. That generosity helps fund scholarships, research and outreach.

  2. Sustaining Members are the engines of The Ohio State University Alumni Association. Based on member feedback, we have made changes to the alumni football ticket lottery, beginning with the 2016 football season. 

  3. The next few months will be important for those interested in purchasing Ohio State football home season tickets or improving their current seats because of changes in the Ohio Stadium seating policy.

  4. Each year the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences sponsors an annual awards program to recognize individuals who have made significant contributions through their careers.

  5. Wishing to make a difference during this holiday season? Please consider a gift through The Ohio State University College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences.

    As seen in this short video, your donation can benefit scholarships,


  1. While Ron Hendrick assumes the role of acting vice president for agricultural administration and CFAES dean, Terry Niblack, is acting senior associate dean for the college. 

  2. It will be seven months of pointing toward the finish line for Ron Hendrick.

    On Dec. 2, Hendrick began his role as acting dean and vice president for agricultural administration for CFAES. He is filling in for Bruce McPheron while McPheron 

  3. Please join us for the upcoming Environmental Professionals Network events:

    Challenges and opportunities for agricultural land use, food systems, sustainability and climate change to be discussed by national leaders

  4. Wooster campus hosted a celebration Dec. 14 for Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center director Steve Slack for his more than 40 years of faculty and administrative service and 16 years as OARDC director.