About Us: News

  1. JD Equipment and OSU Offer Students a Unique Hands-On Opportunity

    Oct 3, 2013

    JD Equipment, in partnership with The Ohio State University, was pleased to offer students from the university's Agricultural Systems Management (ASM) classes a unique hands-on field laboratory at this year’s Farm Science Review. Click here to read the full article.

  2. FABE Student, Travis Arnold, featured in Daily Record

    Sep 16, 2013

    FABE student, Travis Arnold, is featured in the Daily Record for his accomplishment in the Ohio State Marching Band. Click here for full article

  3. Help Recruit the Next Class of Buckeyes

    Aug 26, 2013

    Consider hosting prospective students for a few days each semester! 

  4. Volunteer Opportunity

    Aug 26, 2013

    Are you interested in helping elementary students understand science by engaging them in hands-on activities?  Then Scientific Thinkers is for you!  The Scientific Thinkers program is designed to bring scientists into the 1st - 5th grade classrooms at Innis Elementary, a Columbus public school.  The Scientific Thinkers program sends scientist volunteers out to the school every other week during the school year to teach an inquiry based lesson (the lessons will be available prior to going to the classroom).

  5. Kick – Off Event with OSU EES and FLOW!

    Aug 20, 2013

    The 5th Ave low-head dam was removed from the Olentangy River last summer, and the lower water levels have revealed a lot of trash and debris. OSU’s Ecological Engineering Society and the Friends of the Lower Olentangy Watershed have helped clean up the debris. The last clean up in November (on the west bank) removed over 40 tires, 15 shopping cars, a bike, and dozens of bags of trash.

    Join them this Saturday (8/24) to clean up the Olentangy River at Tuttle Park at 9 a.m. Registration will be located at the Rec Center just north of the ball fields.

  6. New Semester, New Look

    Aug 15, 2013

    As the faculty, staff, and students gear up for the start of a new school year, the department is putting the finishing touches on a few updates and projects in the Ag Engineering Building. The Columbus Campus Ag Engineering Building has been going through a mini-makeover for the past several months, and we are excited to welcome students back to campus with cleaner spaces and newly painted classrooms. The building will continue to be spruced up with new technology and updated classroom and offices space throughout the next year.

  7. Dr. Norman Fausey named Fellow of ASABE at the Annual International

    Jul 24, 2013

    Congratulations to Dr. Norman R. Fausey for being named a Fellow of ASABE at the Annual International Meeting in Kansas City.  Dr. Fausey leads the ARS Soil Drainage Research Unit on the OSU, Columbus campus.

  8. Aquaponics project combines learning, innovation, and community service in Honduras

    Jun 24, 2013

    Aquaponics is a technique for sustainable food production that utilizes the combination of aquaculture with hydroponics to grow fish and vegetables without soil. It offers an affordable and sustainable system that families and communities can use to supplement their diets with fresh, inexpensive fish and vegetables. Andrew Stratton, an undergraduate student in our department spent the 2012-2013 school year building a prototype aquaponics system and planning its implementation in Honduras.

  9. Ohio State Extension featured in Ohio Farmer Article

    Jun 20, 2013

    Read more here

  10. Farm Industry News features International Quarter Scale Tractor Student Design Competition

    Jun 14, 2013

    Agricultural Engineers at Work
    Click here to view article

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