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  1. We are hiring text on top of a trees in a forest

    New tenure-track faculty position in Environmental and Natural Resources Education

    Nov 2, 2021

    On behalf of the School of Environment and Natural Resources (SENR) at The Ohio State University, we are excited to announce a new tenure-track faculty position (Assistant or Associate level) specializing in Environmental and Natural Resources Education. The essence of the position is the discovery and sharing of knowledge concerning how people of different backgrounds and lifeways learn about environmental systems, natural and/or cultural resources, and/or the practice of learning in informal education settings (e.g., nature centers, zoos, parks, reserves, greenways).

  2. Discover Our Impact

    Discover Our IMPACT

    Jul 26, 2021

    Discover the School of Environment and Natural Resources IMPACT. Learn how our research, teaching and outreach is making a difference! 

  3. Past EPN Capstone Posters on display

    Back to an EPN Tradition - Capstone projects on display

    Nov 30, 2021

    A tradition of the Environmental Professionals Network (EPN) is to provide a venue for students to meet and network with environmental professionals. A highlight of each semester at Ohio State is to feature ENR Capstone projects and this semester will be no different!  Nearly 70 students at Ohio State will share their semester-long work via a poster session at the upcoming December 7 EPN breakfast.

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    Course Flyers, Graduate Exit Seminars and More

    Nov 15, 2021

    Flyers for spring courses, application deadline for the SENR Education Abroad Scholarship approaching, and graduate exit seminars scheduled this week and next!

  5. Optimized Shrub System Field Day

    Innovative Crop Management System for Rainfed Crops focus of Field Day

    Nov 9, 2021

    Farmers, researchers, students, extension specialists and NGOs came together for the inaugural Field Day of the Optimized Shrub System (OSS), an innovative management system developed for rainfed crops in the West African Sahel.

  6. Matt Davies, associate professor of Soil and Plant Community Restoration

    Faculty member awarded funding to improve woodland Pawpaw fruit yield and quality

    Nov 9, 2021

    With a new investment by the North Central Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (NCR-SARE) grants program to develop and promote woodland Pawpaw production practices SENR caught up with Matt Davies, Associate Professor of Soil and Plant Community Restoration and lead investigator on the new project to find out more.

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    Graduate student awarded funding to study climate adaptation among Black farmers

    Nov 2, 2021

    Maritza Pierre, a doctoral student in the Rural Sociology specialization in the School of Environment and Natural Resources was awarded North Central Region Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (NCR-SARE) funding via the 2021 Graduate Student Grant Program.

  8. Trophy with Congratulations

    Land Use Actions for the Future of our County workshop wins national award

    Oct 25, 2021

    The Land Use Actions for the Future of our County workshop held in Wayne County during Fall 2020 received a County Activities of Excellence award from The American Farm Bureau Federation. This award celebrates unique, local, volunteer-driven programs that serve as models of innovation for local program development. Steve Lyons and Shoshanah Inwood, faculty members in the School of Environment and Natural Resources are part of the steering committee. 

  9. Two students sampling for macroinvertebrates.

    Discovering Macroinvertebrates - One ENR experience at a time

    Oct 19, 2021

    On a recent beautiful late summer day at The Ohio State University, students led by instructors Dr. Lauren Pintor and Krystal Pocock had the opportunity to learn first-hand about aquatic macroinvertebrates and sample for them. SENR caught up with Dr. Pintor and Ms. Pocock to find out more about what students discovered and how these in-field class experiences make a difference.

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    Faculty selected for CFAES STARS Program

    Oct 19, 2021

    School of Environment and Natural Resources faculty members Suzanne Gray and Shoshanah Inwood have been selected for the inaugural College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences (CFAES) STARS Program Cohort. 

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