TWEL Seminar: Where Wolves Kill Moose
Robert Montgomery from Michigan State University will present Where Wolves Kill Moose: The Influence of Prey Life History and Habitat Heterogeneity on Spatial Patterns of Predation. ...
What is Gypsum and How Does it Improve Soil?
SENR Professor Warren Dick is studying the use of fluidized gas desulfurization (FGD) gypsum on crop fields. He said the material can keep soluble phosphorus, the main nutrient feeding the algae, from being washed from the soil by heavy rains, then runn ...
EPN 2nd Tuesdays Breakfast Club
The topic for the March Breakfast is Toward sustainable and resilient water resources — EPA takes a systems approach to mitigate nutrient impairment in New England's Narragansett Bay watershed. ...
OSU Denman Undergraduate Research Forum
Denman Undergraduate Research Forum takes place in the RPAC. More details on the event are available here. ...
Honors Research Proposal Presentations
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Recruit Ohio 2013 Alumni Career Fair
Meet leading employers at Recruit Ohio 2013 Alumni Career Fair ...
ESGP Seminar: An Observatory for Earth’s Critical Zone
The Environmental Science Graduate Program welcomes W. Berry Lyons, Professor and Director, School of Earth Sciences, who will present An Observatory for Earth’s Critical Zone: Why We Need to Be Studying Agriculture’s Impact. Additionally, Alicia Campbe ...
Denman Undergraduate Research Forum, RPAC, Columbus
Exit Seminar: Jinnan Hu, PhD Candidate (T Mitchell, Advisor)
Exploring genome structure and gene regulation related to virulence in fungal phytopathogens using Next Generation Sequencing techniques. 244 Kottman (Columbus) videolinked to 121 Fisher (Wooster) ...
Glenn Colloquium Series: Measuring and Modeling the Sustainability of Socio-Ecological Systems
The John Glenn School of Public Affairs at The Ohio State University presents the The Glenn Colloquium Series. ...