CFAES Connect: June 2018

  1. Students learning about counting tree rings with OSU Extension Forestry Program Director Kathy Smith.

    Imagine a 640-acre classroom with gorgeous natural light and a lifetime's worth of lessons. 

  2. Anna Schmenk, 2018 Food Science Technology Alumna

    Recent grad Anna Schmenk shares what set her on the path of becoming a food scientist and how her time in the Food Science and Technology department at CFAES provided the knowledge and experience she needed to launch her career. 

  3. Student farmers at Waterman Agricultural and Natural Resources Laboratory

    A farm is a great teacher for students from all kinds of disciplines.

  4. Nicole Lorig, recent animal science grad

    CFAES students do some amazing things during their time at college.  Read about one such student. 

  5. Fallfest

    We hope you are planning on partaking in that alumni tradition, the Fallfest Tailgate, which will be held rain or shine on Saturday, Oct. 6, at the Nationwide & Ohio Farm Bureau 4-H Center before the Buckeyes face the Hoosiers of Indiana University in Ohio Stadium.

  6. Visit with CFAES at the Ohio State Fair.  Photo credit: Ohio State Fair

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

Alumni News

  1. Mark Evans, Mary Ann Frantz, Nicky Gallagher, and Katherine Wolfe

    The CFAES Alumni Society Board of Directors recently held elections for four open board representative positions.  Let us introduce you to the newest board members. 

  2. Dr. Juliana Vasco-Correa

    We love to see our alumni 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.

  3. Amanda Folck

    In the last CFAES Connect, we asked alums to share their memories of educational abroad opportunities.  Amanda Folck and Margo Freed shared how their experiences shaped their lives.

  4. OSU students in class

    Tell us about your most eye-opening class.  Was it a hands-on experience or a subject matter that was brand new to you?