CFAES Connect : November 2018

  1. ASM Club members teamed up to push a hay elevator from a field to a barn.

    Recently, students from the Agricultural Systems Management Club teamed up with AgrAbility to lend a hand to Clarence Atkinson and Deborah Mattix, a farm couple in Fredericktown, Ohio. 

  2. Dr. Richard Dick (center) works with PhD students.

    Plants are capable of amazing things.  One unassuming shrub in Africa has been found to take care of its plant neighbors. 

  3. Dean Kress & CFAES students.

    Without the partnership of our alumni, donors, friends, and stakeholders, CFAES could not be able to do so much!  We share a message of thanks and best wishes for the holiday season. 

  4. The word "Leadership" spelled out in blocks.

    Did you know that CFAES offers a wide range of leadership training?  From kindergarten to retirement, we have opportunities!

  5. Rice paddy in Bangladesh

    Rising sea levels cause soil changes and the loss of coastal land once used for agriculture.  A recent study co-led by Joyce Chen from AEDE explored how these changes affect migration and economic conditions in Bangladesh.

  6. Dean Cathann A. Kress

    Did you miss the Dean’s State of the College? You can still watch it online.

  7. Student working the Forestry Forum's Christmas Tree Sale

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

Alumni News

  1. Koral & Randy Clum.  Photo courtesy of Susan Crowell, Farm and Dairy.

    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:

  2. John Feisley

    In 1941, John Feisley earned a bachelor's degree in agricultural education from Ohio State.  In 2017, his department, now known as Agricultural Communication, Education, and Leadership (ACEL), turned 100.  Just one year later, John did as well!