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  1. Partnership helps improve the local environment

    Feb 2, 2021

    Outreach and Engagement at The Ohio State University features a partnership between Ohio State capstone courses and Blueprint Columbus. 

  2. ENR 4900.02 Capstone in Pictures

    Jun 20, 2018

    Seniors majoring in Forestry, Fisheries and Wildlife and Natural Resources Management in the School of Environment and Natural Resources (SENR) spent a week on the campus of The Ohio State University at Mansfield as part of their capstone experience. Environment and Natural Resources (ENR) 4900.02 is a senior-level capstone course aimed at integrating the ideas, concepts and tools learned throughout a student’s academic coursework, culminating in an immersive experiential learning opportunity aimed to put that knowledge to work. 

  3. EEDS Capstone project on Smart Street Light presented at the April Environmental Professionals Network Breakfast (Photo credit: Scott Spears)

    Capstone Partnership Focus of Article

    Apr 27, 2017

    Facilities Operations and Development recently partnered with five Ohio State students on their 15-week EEDS (Environment, Economics, Development and Sustainability) Capstone project. The students created a multi-purpose Smart Street Light, designed to assist with security and sustainability. Read more about this partnership and project in the latest A&P Newsletter.

  4. EEDS Capstone students presenting their senior project on autonomous shuttle use in the Easton area at the Environmental Professionals Network breakfast.

    Ohio State senior projects support Smart Columbus mission

    Apr 24, 2017

    The Ohio State University is the lead research partner for the Smart Columbus program, but it’s not just faculty leading the way. Students are also working to make Columbus a smarter city.  Students from the School of Environment and Natural Resources showed off their senior projects at the Environmental Professionals Network breakfast on Tuesday and the Smart Columbus program was the focus of nine of the projects.  

  5. What’s ahead in intelligent transportation? The next Environmental Professionals Network Breakfast Club program looks at the Smart Columbus project, winner of the national Smart City Challenge. (Photo: iStock.)

    April 18: How Getting Around Columbus Will Be Getting a Lot Smarter

    Apr 10, 2017

    Columbus’s technology-intense Smart Columbus project, which last year beat out ideas from 77 other cities to win the U.S. Department of Transportation’s $40 million Smart City Challenge, is the focus of an April 18 event at The Ohio State University.  Aparna Dial, who’s a staff member with the project and the deputy director of Columbus’s Department of Public Service, will present “Columbus: One Smart and Sustainable City — Using Innovative Technology to Improve People’s Access to Opportunity” as part of the Environmental Professional Network’s (EPN) public Breakfast Club series.

  6. ENR 4900.02 students and instructors at The Ohio State University - Mansfield. Photo by Sarah Rose.

    Capstone Experience Brings Students Full Circle

    Jun 16, 2016

    Capstone course for Forestry, Fisheries, and Wildlife and Natural Resources Management majors culminates in immersive learning opportunity and brings students full circle.

  7. Student research teams presented their final capstone projects at April’s Environmental Professionals Network breakfast (Photo by Hannah Kirby)

    Ohio State students address sustainability goals

    Jun 1, 2016

    Nine student research teams from The Ohio State University presented their final capstone projects at April’s Environmental Professionals Network breakfast held at the Nationwide and Ohio Farm Bureau 4-H Center on April 12, 2016. The teams developed and presented projects specifically to support Ohio State’s new sustainability goals.  The breakfast program focused on sustainability success with Columbus Mayor Andrew J. Ginther presenting the city’s 2016 GreenSpotLight Awards and featured an Expo with projects by nine teams of students in the “Assessing Sustainability: Project Experience” capstone course