The latest issue of Cleveland Business Connects looks at the Agricultural Technical Institute’s new associate-degree programs in renewable energy and sustainable agriculture. “Thousands of colleges are offering a course in solar, a course in wind, etc.,” ATI’s Russ Yoder says. “But very few even in 2013 are offering degreed programs in renewable energy. If you are from San Francisco or Seattle and interested in all things environmental, you need to come to Wooster to get this degree.” ATI, which is in Wooster about an hour south of Cleveland, is CFAES’s associate-degree-granting unit. Get details on the programs here and here.