Partnership with K&S Millwrights yields new grain storage for Ohio State ATI
Animals need grain, and grain needs a place to be stored. At Ohio State ATI’s Grace Drake Learning Laboratory (GDLL), the need became especially pressing when one of its two grain bins developed structural problems. Located downhill from one of Ohio State ...
Alumnus named to crops manager position
Scott Ruck is Ohio State ATI's new crops manager. Scott is a 2011 graduate of the Ohio State ATI agronomy program, CFAES Department of Horticulture and Crop Sciences with an agronomy focus. Scott was previously employed by Shearer Equipment in Woos ...
Volume 8 Issue 1
Ohio State ATI grad shooting for Rio in 2016
Before the autumn semester of 2013, Ohio State ATI graduate and animal sciences major Katiann Scherer hadn’t played a minute of team handball in her life. But thanks to an intramural sports experience at Ohio State University, she is now working to earn a ...
Volume 7 Issue 6
Ohio State ATI is solar exam provider
Ohio State ATI has recently been approved as an exam provider for a nationally recognized solar energy certification. The certification is provided by the North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP). Persons seeking this certificati ...
Ohio State ATI enrollment on the rise
For two consecutive years, Ohio State ATI autumn semester enrollment has increased. Fall 2013 enrollment was 643 students, an increase of 5.1 percent over 2012. This year's enrollment jumped by nearly 10 percent to an official headcount of 702. Enro ...
Zoning Law Library Our Publications Zoning in Support of Agriculture in Ohio: What are the Options?- May, 2007 Ohio Agricultural Zoning: Conditions and Recommendations- May, 2007 Zoning and Agriculture in Ohio (PowerPoint)- November, 2008 The Agricultural ...
Ohio State ATI welcomes three new faculty members
Three new faculty members joined Ohio State ATI this fall. Dr. Deana (pronounced Deena) Namuth-Covert lives in Lincoln Nebraska where she has been a faculty member at the University of Nebraska for fifteen years. She continues to reside there while being ...