CFAES Connect : October 2017

  1. 11-year-old Cailea Williams, a cancer survivor, takes part in garden experience.

    Cancer treatment can make it hard for patients to keep up their weight, and even when the cancer is in remission, health challenges linger.  Dr. Colleen Spees runs research gardens at Waterman Agricultural and Natural Resources Laboratory in an attempt to address the issue of nutrition. 

  2. 2017 Hall of Distinction winners

    See who was just inducted into Food Science and Technology Hall of Distinction on October 6, 2017.

  3. ATI students made the bouquets and boutonnieres for Homecoming.

    Thanks to the skills of ATI horticultural lab students, their Homecoming court and regional OSU Homecoming courts are decked out in beautiful flowers.  

  4. Dean Cathann A. Kress presented the State of the College on October 6.

    If you missed Dean Kress' State of the College presentation on October 6, you can watch it online.  

  5. 2017 CFAES Alumni Award Honorees

    The College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences Alumni Society recognizes outstanding alumni every year. The alumni society needs your help in determining who should be honored this spring!

  6. The 103rd Annual Saddle and Sirloin Little International will be held November 4, 2017.

    There's a lot happening in the coming month! Lectures, competitions, film screenings and football - we have something for everyone.

Alumni News

  1. Molly Hardesty, Hayley Beck, Rishona Headen-Brown

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

  2. Eli T. Humphries

    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. Ron Buchenroth, CFAES alumnus

    Ron Buchenroth received his BS in Agricultural Economics in 1982.  He shares the remarkable story of his favorite place on campus.    
     

  4. Ohio State University students

    Did a scholarship make a difference in your life?