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  1. Ohio State ATI experiences another year of enrollment growth

    https://ati.osu.edu/newsletter/news-from-ohio-state-ati/ohio-state-ati-epxeriences-another-year-enrollment-growth

    Ohio State ATI continues to experience steady growth in enrollment, with a 7 percent increase in the total student body. Autumn's official headcount was 751, an increase of 49 students from Autumn 2014. Enrollment in the Associate of Science (transfe ...

  2. Published paper on business incentives and social services featured on blog

    https://senr.osu.edu/news/published-paper-business-incentives-and-social-services-featured-blog

    The London School of Economics US Centre’s daily blog on American Politics and Policy highlights a recently published journal article, “Business Attraction and Redistribution by U.S. Local Governments: To What Extent Is There a Zero-sum Relationship betwe ...

  3. Heather Pariso films Garden Gurl episodes at Ohio State ATI

    https://ati.osu.edu/newsletter/news-from-ohio-state-ati/autumn-2015/alumni-news/heather-pariso-films-garden-gurl

    Heather Pariso '10 of Dover is a greenhouse and nursery specialist with Rice's Nursery and Landscaping in Canton, but her alter ego is the television personality Garden Gurl. Heather's "Garden Gurl" show debuted in April on TV2 Tu ...

  4. Changes within CFAES have an impact on Ohio State ATI

    https://ati.osu.edu/newsletter/news-from-ohio-state-ati/changes-within-cfaes-have-impact-ohio-state-ati

    The confluence of planned retirements, unplanned personnel changes, and restructuring have brought a number of changes to the administrative structure to the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences and to the Wooster campus as well. For ...

  5. ARIES: Five Years of Scientific Collaboration

    https://senr.osu.edu/events/aries-five-years-scientific-collaboration

    The Environmental Science Graduate Program (ESGP) welcomes John Craynon, Director, Appalachian Research Initiatives for Environmental Science, who will present 'ARIES: Five Years of Scientific Collaboration.' ...

  6. Doctoral Student Awarded Funding to Study Ohio State Soils

    https://senr.osu.edu/news/doctoral-student-awarded-funding-study-ohio-state-soils

    Tania D. Burgos-Hernández, a doctoral student in the School of Environment and Natural Resources, was recently awarded funding by The Ohio State University Office of Energy and Environment for the proposal, “Investigating Soil Quality and Carbon Balance f ...

  7. Landscape and construction lab taking shape

    https://ati.osu.edu/newsletter/news-from-ohio-state-ati/landscape-and-construction-lab-taking-shape

    A building under construction in the Skou Hall parking lot will provide much-needed laboratory space for Ohio State ATI's landscape and construction programs. With a significant amount of the academic year taking place during what would be considered ...

  8. Corn & Wheat Growers provide support to agronomy program

    https://ati.osu.edu/newsletter/news-from-ohio-state-ati/corn-wheat-growers-provide-support-agronomy-program

    Thanks to the leadership and efforts of Ryan Haden, assistant professor and coordinator of the agronomy and sustainable agriculture programs, a grant from the Ohio Corn & Wheat Growers Association has provided $15,000 towards the purchase of the Winte ...

  9. Environmental Health and Safety Career Day

    https://senr.osu.edu/events/environmental-health-and-safety-career-day

    The Central Ohio Chapter of Certified Hazardous Materials Managers and the Columbus State Community College STEM Club is hosting an environmental health and safety career day at Columbus State Community College to promote awareness of the many types of EH ...

  10. Stanley Gehrt discusses Urban Coyotes on Chicago Tonight

    https://senr.osu.edu/news/stanley-gehrt-discusses-urban-coyotes-chicago-tonight

    Associate professor Stanley Gehrt has followed more than 800 coyotes in Chicago over the past 15 years using GPS tracker collars. He recently spoke about his research and the thriving population of resident coyotes that call Chicago home on WTTW11's ...

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