CFAES Connect : January 2019

  1. Danae Wolfe's portrait of a jumping spider on a petal

    Extension educator and conservation photographer Danae Wolfe presented at Tedx Columbus and spoke on how bugs truly fit the mold of “wildlife we love to conserve” despite many peoples’ fear of and aversion to such creatures.

  2. Tom MItchell

    Dr. Tom Mitchell, professor of fungal biology and molecular genetics, has been tapped to chair the Department of Plant Pathology starting February 1st.

  3. Downtown Columbus at night overlooking Scioto River

    You may have read about how light pollution is bad for migrating birds or stargazing.  Dr. Mažeika Sullivan was lead author on a recently published a study exploring the role of light on streams and wetlands in and around Columbus.

  4. An up-to-date estate plan is your most effective tool for protecting the security of your loved ones. But did you know you can also use your estate plan to support CFAES?

  5. New rubber glove developed by Katrina Cornish and her team

    Imagine having to do complicated work all day with two sets of gloves on your hands.  This is a common practice for medical professionals who need gloves to protect against both radiation and bloodborne pathogens. 

  6. A man and child gardening

    Here are some interesting events coming up that we thought you might like:

Alumni News

  1. Nathaniel Kramer and Celena Ritchey

    The CFAES Alumni Society Board of Directors recently held elections for two open board representative positions.

  2. Dr. Dwight Roseler, right, in front of cattle

    Our alumni are out in the world making great things happen. 

    Here are some recent newsmakers from The Ohio State University College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences: