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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.
BY PAUL LOCHER
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
Published: May 18, 2012
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.
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.