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Mission Possible: Positive Leadership (on-line)
wonder how others think about your attitude as a leader? A quick test is to observe the way people react ... importantly, happy and satisfied customers. Leaders have a choice about his/her attitude- and no matter what ... the situation, you have a choice to make about how you are going to react. No matter what the current ...
Ancient Teays River Valley- Lake Tight
Lake Tight about 500,000 YBP (years before present). Lake Tight, named for geologist William G. Tight, ...
OSUE Annual Conference- December 9-11
organization, and I believe it is valuable to have all of us learning together when possible. We are all working ...
Van Wade Hosta Collection
"Fossil Tree". Additional information about the dawn redwood can be found on the Save the Redwoods ... links to information about these trees from The Ohio State University Plant Facts, Wikipedia, and/or ... a photograph and description or link to additional information about the tree. If you don't have a QR ...
Nursing Home Costs and Medicaid: The One-Two Punch to the Family Farm
University. In the past, farmers worried about minimizing federal and state estate taxes, but now the larger ...
Honduras: Transformational Partnerships in an Inspirational Land
about the students’ experience from their blog, http://osuacelhonduras.wordpress.com/. Honduras ...
Tagged to Teach Ag Day
high school agriculture to visit campus and learn more about our agriscience education program. ... about the agriscience education major, financial aid, and academic and campus life at Ohio State. ...
Hummingbird Feeders- A Helping Hand for the Long Journey Ahead
Cornell Lab of Ornithology's All About Birds- Ruby-throated Hummingbird ...
Unique Views of the World- Baby Sea Turtles Emerge from Nests
“It’s another record year for us in Georgia,” said Mark Dodd, senior wildlife biologist with the Georgia ...
Unique Views of the World- Peruvian Rain Forest- Cane Toad Tries to Eat Bat
2013, 1:02 p.m. Talk about a bat aftertaste. That strange looking photo you see above is a cane toad ...