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Earl McMunn Contemporary Issues In Agriculture Forum
Want to learn about urban agriculture in our local community and discuss the topic with ...
Teaching and Learning
taking place in U.S. higher education (Rice, 2006). The teaching role was being questioned and ... others known by different names, were established on most college and university campuses in the U.S ... that address issues of critical importance in the state of Ohio, US, and beyond. Goals Improve ...
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 ...
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 ...
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. ...
The Ginkgo- A tree with lots of reasons to recommend it
If you are thinking about what to plant to replace that large ash tree in your landscape, consider ... Four Gingko trees even survived the bombing at Hiroshima, surviving about a mile from the epicenter. ...
environment. Take a look at our focused areas of research and read about our current research teams and ...
Important Tips to Make Next Year’s Garden a Success
and January and you begin to dream about your 2016 garden. For more information on home, lawn, indoor, ...
The World Beneath Your Feet
world to support the plant, and ultimately animal life on earth. Let us start with the smallest ...