Ohio State’s 7th Annual Environmental Science Symposium runs from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday, April 15, in Columbus. Featuring nearly 500 students from two courses taught by CFAES’ School of Environment and Natural Resources—Introduction to Environmental Science (ENR 2100) and Society and Natural Resources (ENR 2300)—it’s the university’s largest poster event focused on environmental topics. Admission is free and open to the public. “We encourage guests to come and interact with students and view posters anytime throughout the day,” the event’s website says. Find out more.
CFAES students made a strong showing at Ohio State’s recent Richard J. and Martha D. Denman Undergraduate Research Forum, winning four firsts, two seconds, and two thirds in five of the event’s 18 categories.
The monthly Wooster Science Café series continues at 7 p.m. Wednesday, March 6, with “Anti-Science in a Post-Truth World” by Mark Wilson, geology professor at the College of Wooster.
Classes and workshops at Stone Laboratory are helping educate the next generation of Lake Erie water quality scientists, says an article in the latest issue of Ohio Sea Grant’s Twine Line newsletter.
Stone Lab, part of CFAES, is located at Put-in-Bay on Lake Erie. (Photo: 2018 Introduction to Aquatic Biology course, Stone Lab, Daniel Combs, via Flickr.)
CFAES scientists led by ecological engineer Jay Martin recently teamed up with Columbus’s Indianola Informal K8 School to (1) study eco-friendly ways to manage stormwater runoff and (2) help connect students to science. Read the story.
Former Ohio State President E. Gordon Gee talks about land-grant universities (of which Ohio State is one), colleges of agriculture (such as CFAES), the importance of agriculture, research, Extension and more in an interview with Inside Higher Ed about his new co-authored book Land-Grant Universities for the Future.
Check out a recent story by Ben Gelber of Columbus TV station WCMH, which looks at an effort by Ohio State, the Hilliard school district and several conservation agencies to get high school students’ feet wet in environmental science.
The project involves, among others, members of CFAES’s TerrAqua student club and Eugene Braig, aquatic ecosystems program director, who’s interviewed briefly in the video. He’s the subject of a recent profile on our CFAES Stories website.
Second semester of a collaborative oudoor classroom to study urban ecosystems in the Hilliard City School District! https://t.co/lUS4aUWMbZ
— Ben Gelber (@BenGelberNBC4) September 30, 2018
Scientists have released the most accurate, high-resolution terrain map of Antarctica ever created, according to a recent story by Ohio State science writer Jeff Grabmeier.
Ohio State’s Ohio Sea Grant program hosts the third annual Understanding Algal Blooms: State of the Science Conference — featuring scientists’ latest findings about algal blooms, their causes and the best ways to prevent them — on Sept. 13 in Toledo. Experts from CFAES will be among the dozen or so speakers. Continue reading