CFAES is advancing our understanding of wildlife, wildlife habitat, management, and conservation for generations to come.
Human-wildlife relationships reflect the interactions between natural and social systems. As natural and cultural environments change, so do the challenges. Biodiversity loss, invasive species, changing climate, unsustainable hunting levels, human-wildlif ...
Ohio State hosts grand opening for terrestrial science park
Students, researchers and leaders from The Ohio State University as well as business and community leaders recently helped open the temporary home of the George Washington Carver Science Park’s (GWCSP) Starlab terrestrial analog facility. The lab, locat ...
Best Management Practice Field Day
Free, one-day event to learn about phosphorus usage, the environment, and strategies to save on fertilizer. Farmers, other producers, and Extension educators are welcome to attend. There will be presentations with experts, lunch with an economist, poster ...
Garden Symposium XXXVI
Garden Symposium XXXVI
As home gardeners, it may seem that what we plant in our gardens doesn’t really matter. However, when you choose the right plant, put it in the right place, and work with, not against, nature, you can transform your home landscape into an island of habit ...
Plant Health Management Seminar
PLNTPTH 7300 This course is designed to cover current topics in plant health management for students in the Master in Plant Health Management program. Topics and guest speakers may differ from semester to semester and will depend on student interest. Repe ...
Plant Pathogenic Fungi
PLNTPTH 5050 In-depth study of fungal and oomycete pathogens that cause devastating plant diseases that impact crops, landscapes and forests. Topics include pathogens of significant agricultural and ecological importance, including biology, management str ...
Molecular Fungal Biology, Genetics, and Genomics
PLNTPTH 8300.01 Designed to explore the biology and genetics of fungal microorganisms. Topics include: fungal reproduction for the major clades, molecular underpinnings of growth, development, and interactions with diverse hosts and whole genome based stu ...
Advanced Plant Pathology Lab- Viruses and Bacteria
PLNTPTH 6002.01 This course is intended to prepare students to be able to implement techniques used by virologists and bacteriologists in both lab and field settings. Prereq or concur: 5010 and 5020. Graduate 1.0 Autumn 2023 M. Soledad Benitez Ponce Feng ...
Advanced Plant Pathology Lab- Plant Pathogenic Fungi and Nematodes
PLNTPTH 6002.02 This graduate course is intended to prepare students to be able to implement techniques used by nematologists and mycologists in both lab and field settings. Prereq or concur: 5030 and 5050. Graduate 1.0 Spring 2022 In Person Hybrid Columb ...