CFAES Connect: May 2015

Alumni News

  1. 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 through the Neil Legacy Society.

  2. Stay connected to the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences by following us on social media!  It is the best way to learn the day-to-day, minute-by-minute college happenings.

  3. Join The Ohio State University's Buckeye Room to provide strong representation from the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences alumni community.  To facilitate hearing the voice of alumni on countless Ohio State priorities, an initiative called the “The Buckeye Room” was

  4. Congratulations to Dr. Clarence J. Cunningham (B.S. 1953, M.S. 1958, Ph.D 1964, agricultural education), who is being inducted into the 2015 National 4-H Hall of Fame.  
  5. Welcome to our newest alumni: 340 CFAES Spring 2015 graduates. Nearly  290 walked in the commencement ceremony at Ohio Stadium May 10.


  1. CFAES held its 2015 Recognition Banquet on April 16 in the Ohio Union in Columbus. The event was a celebration of the outstanding accomplishments of the college’s students, student groups, faculty and supporters. It was dedicated to the late Raymond A.

  2. ATI honored the winners of its Director’s Award and Outstanding Student Awards during its 26th annual Student Recognition Banquet April 9 in Wooster. Featured speakers at the event included CFAES Dean Bruce McPheron and ATI Interim Director James Kinder.

  3. 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.”

  4. Be a part of highlighting the success and service of the OSU Food Science and Technology alumni and nominate someone today for the Hall of Distinction.

  5. A $1 million gift from Beck's Hybrids to The Ohio State University College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences will support Field to Faucet and the Farm Science Review.

    The gift, announced May 21, will be contributed over the next five years.