Alumni

  1. Kottman Hall.

    May 2020 Director's Note to Alumni and Friends

    May 12, 2020

    Read the latest School of Environment and Natural Resources Director's Note. 

  2. April 2020 Director's Note to Alumni

    Director's Note to Alumni

    Apr 7, 2020

    Read the April 2020 Director's Note to School of Environment and Natural Resources Alumni.

  3. Professor James Kinder with Professor Emeritus Jerry Bigham at the 2020 CFAES Alumni Society Awards Luncheon.

    Former school director recognized for meritorious service

    Mar 18, 2020

    Jerry Bigham, professor emeritus and former director of the School of Environment and Natural Resources was recognized with the Meritorious Service Award at the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences (CFAES) Alumni Society's annual awards program on March 7, 2020. 

  4. Read more about the happenings of the School of Environment and Natural Resources Alumni Society (ENRAS) in the latest edition of the Alumni Connection.

    Latest Alumni Connection newsletter available

    Oct 1, 2019

    The autumn 2019 edition of Alumni Connection, your newsletter brought to you by the Environment and Natural Resources Alumni Society (ENRAS) is newly published and ready for your reading pleasure. Learn more about ENRAS, the School of Environment and Natural Resources, and how you can become involved. 

  5. Rattan Lal (shown 2nd from the right) received the 2019 Alumni Medalist Award. A reception was held after the awards ceremony recognizing the honorees at the Longaberger Alumni House.

    Professor Lal Receives 2019 Alumni Medalist Award

    Oct 1, 2019

    Congratulations to alumnus and Ohio State Distinguished University Professor of Soil Science Rattan Lal, who received the 2019 Alumni Medalist Award, the single highest honor bestowed by The Ohio State University Alumni Association, Inc., on Friday, Sept. 20. 

  6. Spring 2019 Alumni Connection Newsletter available.

    Spring Alumni Connection Available

    Jun 3, 2019

    The spring 2019 Alumni Connection is available for your reading pleasure! 

    Stay connected on SENR and alumni news and activities - read the latest Alumni Connection newsletter.

  7. The newest members of the Honorary 100 were recognized at a reception on April 8, 2019 at The Ohio State University.

    Reception Honors Newest Members of Honorary 100

    Apr 16, 2019

    Three individuals were recognized as the newest members of the Honorary 100 at a reception hosted by the School of Environment and Natural Resources (SENR) at the Ohio Union on April 8, 2019.

  8. Alumnus Steve Goodwin was recognized with the College’s Distinguished Alumni Award on March 2.

    Steve Goodwin Recognized as Distinguished Alumni

    Mar 4, 2019

    Congratulations to Alumnus Steve Goodwin (BS, Parks Recreation & Tourism Administration), who was honored with the Distinguished Alumni Award for his leadership in the field of natural resources conservation and management at the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences Alumni Awards and Recognition program on March 2, 2019. 

  9. Mark Giese, ENRAS ARO; Kevin McCarty, ENRAS Exec Council; Dr. Robert Roth, SENR Professor and Associate Director, Emeritus; Kristine Mount Staats, recipient of the Josephine Sitterle Failer Award; ENRAS President Matt Perry. Photo credit: Carol Roth

    Alumna recognized for enhancing quality of life of Ohio State students

    Sep 25, 2018

    Congratulations to School of Environment and Natural Resources alumna Kristine Mount Staats, who received the Josephine Sitterle Failer Award at the 2018 Alumni Awards Program (September 21) for The Ohio State University. 

  10. Recent Graduate Sarah Fischer Pursues Career in Sustainable Energy.

    Recent graduate pursues career in sustainable energy

    Jul 5, 2018

    Sarah Fischer, a spring Ohio State graduate, became interested in sustainable international development as a high school student, when she learned that her French teacher’s husband was a former child slave in Haiti. Working with the nonprofit organization that he started to free other child slaves, she learned how deforestation and lack of environmental education contribute to poverty in developing countries such as Haiti. “At some point, I realized that it doesn't really make sense for us to go into other countries to tell them how to do things when we have so many environmental problems in the United States,” says Fischer, who received her degree in environment, economy, development and sustainability (EEDS). “So I began researching what our largest challenges were, and that’s how I got interested in promoting sustainability, specifically in the transportation and energy sectors.” 

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