Warming Up For Spring Planting?
I know it might not look and feel like it, but springtime is almost here...the time of year where its good to start thinking what you want to plant in your garden this summer. ...
Faculty member selected for Growing Research Opportunities Academy
Jeffrey Jacquet, associate professor in the School of Environment and Natural Resources has been selected for the 2023 Growing Research Opportunities (GRO) Academy. This professional development program helps researchers develop the skills and confidence ...
A chat may help convert a peer to a pro-sustainability stance
Changing the mind of someone who is dismissive of efforts to protect the planet could be accomplished by sharing a pro-sustainability point of view during a conversation, new research suggests. In three experiments, researchers found that exposure to a pr ...
Farmers, ranchers needed for national study about balancing work and children
All parents know how challenging it is to balance children and work, especially when childcare options are limited. One group of parents in particular, farm and ranch parents, are being sought for a national study into their experiences. Researchers at th ...
Pallavi Chandna Academic Advisor email@example.com 614-292-2265 210E Kottman Hall 2021 Coffey Road, Columbus, OH 43210 Pallavi Chandna is a new addition to the School of Environment and Natural Resources. She earned a bachelor's degree in Molecular G ...
Frances Foos Educator- Teens and Civic Engagement Nationwide & Ohio Farm Bureau 4-H Center, Room 314, 2201 Fred Taylor Dr., Columbus, OH 43210-1156 614-247-9945 firstname.lastname@example.org Design, facilitate, and evaluate older teen programs, focusing on leadersh ...
SENR Announcements, February 3
Announcements Highlights and Happenings Highlights Add paragraph: Copy: Please welcome Pallavi Chandna, who has joined SENR's Academic Team as an Undergraduate Academic Advisor. Pallavi's office is located in 210E Kottman Hall. Copy: Congr ...
The Contemporary Relevance of Historic Black Land Loss
At the close of the Civil War, Black Americans owned very little farmland but began acquiring it at a rapid pace, so that by 1910, Black farmers owned more than 16 million acres. This, however, would be the peak of Black farmland ownership in the United S ...
Intuitive Eating and Health at Every Size: Moving Away from Harmful Diet Culture Toward Self-Compassion
The diet industry in the United State is worth nearly $65 billion dollars and its success can be attributed to a 95% long-term failure rate. Weight management programs feed on insecurities that are perpetuated by societal norms of beauty and health. Diet ...
How COVID-19 Impacted Food Systems
The COVID-19 pandemic exposed the fragility of our food supply system. While national-level responses to our food supply revealed a lot of weaknesses, the hyper-local response to feeding our communities demonstrated great strength in our mutual aid networ ...