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Wednesday Wire: October 27, 2021

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Events

  1. “Novel Technology for Weed Control: Research Underway in New York Specialty Crop Systems”

    Dr. Lynn Sosnoskie, School of Integrative Plant Science, Horticulture Section, Cornell.

  2. It is our pleasure to invite old friends and new ones to the 15th Annual Stinner Summit planned for Thursday, November 18 from 1-7PM at the OSU Wooster Campus Science Building.

  3. Screening of the Grain Safety Film SILO with panel conversation. The grain cart used for grain safety training will also be on campus.

  4. A.L.i.C.E. offers guidance to faculty, staff and students to help ensure safety when responding to an active shooter situation. The Wooster campus covers large geographic areas and includes agricultural centers and residential buildings as well as traditional academic areas. While these

News

  1. We are looking for first gen faculty and staff members to help us greet students during our first gen celebration by sharing their personal experiences and first gen strengths.

  2. Submitted by Cate Hunko, hunko.1@osu.edu

    Advisors - please send students interested in transitioning to Columbus in SP22 or AU22 to Cate Hunko. If you know a student who is ready to transition in SP22 please connect the student with Cate asap.

  3. On Thursday, Oct. 21st, CFAES colleagues hosted thirteen ATI Program Excel students for a Columbus campus visit. Students toured the campus, saw residence and dining facilities, rode campus buses, did career building activities, heard from former ATI students, and learned about advising,

Recognition and Celebrations

  1. ATI Flag Football champs, Buck Nuts, competed Saturday, October 23rd at OSU-Mansfield in the first ever annual Regional Championships for flag football. The team won their first game vs. OSU-Marion with a final score of 56-38.