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Communiqué April 29, 2015
event updates, donor stories, videos, campaign highlights, department recognition and more! If you want ... updated website-- https://extension.osu.edu/about. When you hover your cursor over “About” in the top tabs ...
Communiqué June 20, 2012
Adm; Kris Simpson, CES; Treva Williams, OAEP. Ask An Expert Update Since going live on April 17, more ...
CSM Competition Team Wins First Place!
determine the top teams. Friday, May 3- Awards ceremony Daily Updates: Day 1 of Competition is now ...
Communiqué January 30, 2013
a “renew” period to start updating your Extension PROGRAMS list. You may begin copying your 2012 PROGRAMS ... a certain topic. A great benefit is that you can update your blog anytime you want without the help of ...
One Health Conference: An update for public health officials, veterinarians, and Extension professionals
The flier (attached) and agenda are posted on the website at https://vet.osu.edu/extension/one-health. ...
Communiqué August 1, 2012
Policy Update This update has been added as an appendix in the "Computer Hardware and Software ...
Communiqué February 18, 2011
with CFAES faculty and staff, the ATECH team wants to update the College on the many happenings within ... (http://extensionhr.osu.edu/diversity/diversity.htm) for updates on diversity initiatives and activities within the College of Food, Agricultural, and ...
Flood Information Update
Flood Information Resources This site contains the latest flood information, as well as links to resources which may be helpful in dealing with the situation. ...
Communiqué May 9, 2012
be shared. Research in view / OSU:pro update Research in View (RiV), which launched on February 24, ...
Sharing Knowledge in the Developing World: Ohio State Scientist Helps Fight Plant Diseases, Poverty
WOOSTER, Ohio – If knowledge truly is power, Ohio State University plant pathologist Sally Miller believes that sharing knowledge can help alleviate one of the most pressing issues facing millions of people in the developing world: being able to grow enou ...