It’s tomato season right now, and those delicious fruits may be doing more than just making your taste buds happy. Ohio State researchers discovered that daily tomato consumption reduced by half the rate of non-melanoma skin cancers in mice. The study's senior author is Tatiana Oberyszyn, professor of pathology and member of Ohio State’s Comprehensive Cancer Center. Jessica Cooperstone, who co-authored the study, is a research scientist in the Department of Food Science and Technology (FST) in the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences.
While you’re enjoying the sights and sounds of the Ohio State Fair, don’t forget to stop by and visit CFAES. We will provide fun giveaways for future students and alumni.
All CFAES alumni who stop by one of the designated dates and times below during the fair can enter their name into a drawing to win a pair of football tickets to the OSU vs Maryland football game on October 7.
Ohio 4-H announced its award of $20,000 for participation in Raise Your Hand, a national 4-H initiative asking the millions of 4‑H alumni across the nation, including 4-H alumni in Ohio, to ‘Raise Your Hand’ and pay it forward in support of providing the hands-on learning that empowers kids across America.
4-H, the largest youth development program in the nation, called on alumni to raise their hands to help bring 4-H to 10 million youth by 2025. Currently 4-H empowers nearly six million young people in every county across America, including 183,000 4-H’ers in Ohio.
Remember moving in to the residence halls when you lived on Campus? Come and roll out the scarlet carpet for OSU students and their families, as they can start the 2017-18 academic year and have fun with other Buckeye alumni!