Student Spotlight

Our students are busy--in the lab, in the field, in the community. Check back often as we introduce you to more Ohio State students and their work.

Environmental research and teaching blend in Sugar Creek

A June 26, 2012 Daily Record article features Ohio State Environmental Science graduate student and National Science Foundation STEM Fellow Jedd Stinner.

 Jedd Stinner & map of Sugar Creek Watershed 

Students learn importance of watershed quality

Published: June 26, 2012
Working to give young people an appreciation of and concern for watersheds and their future is the goal of Jedd Stinner, a National Science Foundation Stem Fellow working at the Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center.

Driving Toward Hybrid Efficiency

A May 18, 2012 New York Times article features Ohio State engineering students at the Center for Automotive Research

OSU Center for Automotive Research Team. Photo: Tyler Joswick, NY Times

From left, Ohio State’s EcoCAR 2 team members Travis Trippel, Katherine Bovee and Amanda Hyde with the Saturn Vue that finished second in an earlier competition.
Photo: NY Times (Tyler Joswick).

Cramming for Degrees in Hybrids

Published: May 18, 2012
As automakers increase their efforts to design vehicles that are more fuel-efficient, college engineering programs are likewise adapting their curriculums, preparing students to build vehicles increasingly powered by batteries.

Ohio State Student Farm

In 2009, a group of students and faculty from an array of academic homes--rural sociology, environmental science, horticulture and crop science, and others--came together to establish a working student-run farm at Ohio State.

Undergraduate Researchers

Our graduate students aren't the only ones doing world-class research. The annual Denman Undergraduate Research Forum shows a cross-section of where Ohio State students are letting their curiosity take them.