1. Help support the ASM and CSM Clubs at Lawn Mower Clinic 2018

    ASM and CSM Clubs to Hold Annual Lawn Mower Clinic

    Feb 16, 2018

    Spring is right around the corner and it is time to start thinking about getting your push mower ready and in peak condition for the long mowing season ahead! The Construction Systems Management and Agricultural Systems Management Clubs at The Ohio State University are joining together to hold their annual Lawn Mower Clinic to provide preventative maintenance service to your “push” lawnmower.

  2. Dr. Dee Jepsen will serve as ISASH President through the summer of 2019.

    Jepsen to lead International Society of Agricultural Safety and Health

    Jan 12, 2018

    Dr. Dee Jepsen was recently named President of the International Society for Agricultural Safety and Health (ISASH). Jepsen will serve on the Board of Directors for a two-year term through the summer of 2019.

  3. The Ohio State University’s 2018 Greenhouse Management Workshop is Feb 8-9.

    Register Soon for Greenhouse Hydroponics Workshop

    Jan 12, 2018

    Registration is open for The Ohio State University’s 2018 Greenhouse Management Workshop, which this year will focus on hydroponics, a booming Ohio industry that grows crops in water without soil.

    The event is Feb. 8-9 at the Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center (OARDC), part of the Wooster campus of Ohio State’s College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences (CFAES), about 60 miles south of Cleveland.

  4. OSU Digital Ag Team Offers Advice on Nutrient Management

    Dec 20, 2017

    LONDON, Ohio — With so much focus on fertilizer these days, where and when it’s applied, a conference will be held in January to inform people about the many approaches and technological advances that can make it easier.

    The 2nd annual Precision University Jan. 11 in London, Ohio, will feature presentations about technology that can help farmers apply fertilizer in a way that prevents it from running off the land and ending up in Lake Erie or other waterways.

  5. Food, Agricultural and Biological Engineering Building in Wooster

    OARDC Honors FABE Faculty and Staff

    Nov 30, 2017

    CFAES’s research arm, OARDC, honored the service of nearly 100 faculty and staff members at its annual Employee Appreciation Night on Oct. 5 in Wooster. The honorees included 8 FABE faculty and staff. Leading the honorees was Harold Keener, professor and associate chair, Department of Food, Agricultural and Biological Engineering (FABE), who this year celebrated a half century of service to the center.

  6. Ohio State will study how deglobalization could impact food, energy and water systems in region

    Sep 22, 2017

    A team of Ohio State researchers, including FABE's own Jay Martin, will study how deglobalization could impact food, energy, and water systems in the region. The work is supported by an NSF grant for Ohio State that is expected to exceed $2.4 million over the next three years.

  7. Dr. Katrina Cornish receives the A. E. Thompson Career Achievement Award

    Cornish Receives Top Recognition from AAIC

    Sep 22, 2017

    Dr. Katrina Cornish received the A. E. Thompson Career Achievement Award last week at the 2017 International Association for the Advancement of Industrial Crops (AAIC) Conference. This award is AAIC’s highest honor.

  8. Tony Ren receiving his award

    Two Graduate Students Recognized by AAIC

    Sep 22, 2017

    Two FABE graduate students were recognized at the recent Association for the Advancement of Industrial Crops Annual Conference. David Ramirez and Tony Ren were both recognized alongside their advisor, Dr. Katrina Cornish, who received the A. E. Thompson Career Achievement Award.

  9. SmartAg4.0 2017 will be held at Ohio State's Columbus campus from September 29-30

    SmartAg4.0 Challenges Students to Transform Future of Food with Apps

    Sep 15, 2017

    Apps have done more than change our everyday lives, they have also transformed entire industries seemingly overnight. Uber has changed the way we commute; AirBnb has changed the way we find travel accommodations. Later this fall, students will have the chance to propose an app that will transform the future of food systems at SmartAg4.0.

  10. Team of CSM majors on a site visit

    Majoring in Construction Gets More Popular

    Aug 23, 2017

    USNews reports that enrollment of students majoring in construction-related majors grew over 25% last year as undergraduates are attracted to field’s “blend of architecture, business, and engineering.”