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  1. Fuqing Xu receives the 1st Place ASABE Boyd Scott Graduate Research Award

    Jul 18, 2014

    Congratulations to Fuqing Xu on receiving the first place (Ph.D. category) Boyd Scott Graduate Research Award!

    Fuqing Xu’s research on the modeling of solid state anaerobic digestion received the First Place (Ph.D. Category) Boyd-Scott Graduate Research Award on the 2014 ASABE Annual International Meeting held in Montreal, Canada.

  2. Congratulations to Dr. Scott Shearer!

    Jul 18, 2014

    Congratulations to Dr. Scott Shearer on being inducted as an ASABE Fellow!

  3. Jay Martin, FABE Professor, discusses harmful algae blooms with the Dispatch

    Jun 25, 2014

    Dr. Jay Martin is part of a team of scientists studying the western part of Lake Erie and the Maumee River, from which the most amount of phosphorus floods into the lake. Data indicate that the lake could experience an 85 percent increase in blooms that stretch 117 square miles or larger. Click here to read the article published in The Columbus Dispatch.

  4. Congratulations to Lauren Slutzky!

    Jun 24, 2014

    Congratulations to Lauren Slutzky for winning first place in the poster competition at the Case Western for the Polymer Initiative of Northeast Ohio (PINO) Conference!

    The poster competition was among 77 Post-Doctoral and Graduate Students, from 25 universities including University of Michigan, University of Pittsburgh, Carnegie Mellon, University of Akron and Case Western. To learn more about the conference, click here.

  5. Congratulations to the Quarter Scale Tractor team!

    Jun 4, 2014

    The OSU Buckeye Pullers team won 3rd place at this year's ASABE Quarter Scale Tractor competition! Read more about the competition here: Quarter Scale competition.

  6. Land Grant University Hypoxia Task Force Initiative

    May 23, 2014

    Dr. Andy Ward is representing The Ohio State University on the Land Grant University Hypoxia Task Force Initiative. The Hypoxia Task Force is a partnership of five federal agencies, tribes, and environmental quality, agricultural, and conservation agencies from 12 basin states working to address nutrient pollution and the hypoxic zone, or dead zone in the Gulf of Mexico.

  7. 8 Million Dollar research award for Pan African Material Institute (PAMI) Abuja Nigeria

    May 12, 2014

    The World Bank African Centers of Excellence (ACE) awards 8 Million Dollar for research toward Pan African Material Institute (PAMI), Abuja Nigeria.This collaborative research award will be shared by Department of Food, Agricultural Engineering, The Ohio State University, along with 18 other top rated participating universities worldwide. The PI at OSU is Alfred B. O. Soboyejo, Department of Food, Agricultural and Biological Engineering.

  8. Mac Ware helps win BETHA Endowment annual grant competition!

    Apr 16, 2014

    The Battelle Engineering, Technology and Human Affairs (BETHA) Endowment annual grant competition supports projects that examine the complex relationship between science and technology on society and cultural issues. Thirty-two proposals were submitted during this year’s competition, and the endowment has selected four for funding in 2014.

  9. CSM Advisory Board "Meet & Greet"

    Apr 2, 2014

    Interested in networking with industry professionals,CSM Alumni, and trade organizations ? The OSU CSM Industry Advisory Council (IAC) and Student CSM Club is organizing a "Meet & Greet" event just before the FABE Banquet.Click here to find out more!

  10. Post-Doctoral Scientist Position in Watershed Modelling

    Mar 24, 2014

    Drs. Jay F. Martin and Stuart A. Ludsin have 2years of support for a Post-doctoral Scientist to contribute to an ongoing biophysical modeling project that is focused on Lake Erie and its watershed.Interested? Click here to read more.

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