1. Hops

    Agribusiness Student Hopeful About Hops Farm

    Apr 28, 2017

    Agribusiness student Frank Rogers Jr. founded Full Circle Hops to fill the need for more local hop growth in Ohio.

  2. Outstanding

    AEDE Students and Faculty Recognized for Achievements

    Apr 25, 2017

    AEDE is pleased to announce many distinguished awards received by students and faculty.

  3. Outstanding students Rudoff and Berning

    Outstanding Students Recognized for Impact Beyond the Classroom

    Apr 17, 2017

    Before the ceremonial mortarboard toss at graduation, the end of spring term brings a whirlwind of activity including celebrations, award ceremonies and banquets. According to graduating senior Craig Berning, his being named a CFAES Outstanding Senior, a Denman Forum winner and an Ohio State Board of Trustees Student Recognition Award recipient has led him to reflect on his time at OSU and his unique accomplishments. Berning spent a summer interning in Washington D.C. learning about food policy issues and the experience influenced his honors thesis on GMO and smart labeling.

  4. Farm Bankruptcies Could Rise

    Apr 13, 2017

    Declining farm income and farmland values likely will lead to an increase in the number of farmers who are delinquent on their loans and eventually a rise in farm bankruptcies, predicted a pair of Ohio State University agricultural economists.

  5. AEDE Students and Professor Emeritus Recognized at 64th Annual CFAES Celebration of Students Event

    Apr 7, 2017

    AEDE students and a professor Emeritus were honored last night at the CFAES Annual celebration of students, faculty and staff.  The program was dedicated to Dr. Carl Zulauf  who was honored for his life-long dedication to educating and inspiring his students.  
    The following students were recognized as Outstanding Students: 

    Lydia Bednarski (EEDS)

    Craig Berning

    David Glass

    Sierra Jepsen

    Andrea Kackley

    Summer McCracken

    Carolyn Voigt (EEDS)

  6. AEDE Students Win Research Awards

    Apr 4, 2017

    Last week at the Southern Regional Science Association Conference in Memphis, Tennessee, two AEDE graduate students and one post-doc student working with Professor Mark Partridge won research awards. 

    Daniel Crown & Rodrigo Perez Silva co-won the Barry M. Moriarty graduate student paper competition for their papers: 

  7. Students Gain Business Experience Through Simulation

    Apr 3, 2017

    On a recent spring afternoon, five AEDE 4106 Business Strategy students sat in a conference room hashing out how to reduce the amount of time it would take to get their products to market. They consulted an industry conditions report, checked their balance sheets, production schedules and  marketing budget. These students aren’t running a real business but are CEOs, COOs and CFOs of a virtual company through the Capsim Capstone Business Strategy Simulation. 

  8. Trump Touts Regulation Rollback, but Any Impact Will Take Awhile

    Mar 29, 2017

    AEDE Professor Brent Sohngen weighs in on The Columbus Dispatch's article on the Trump administration's easing of environmental regulations.

  9. AEDE Spring 2017 Graduate Jake Vuillemin Negotiated his Dream Job

    Mar 24, 2017

    The odds of landing a job before graduation were in Spring 2017 graduate Jake Vuillemin's favor.  This past November, he found himself in the advantageous position of fielding three job offers six months BEFORE graduation.  With the help of AEDE Lecturer Dr. Anna Parkman, Vuillemin was able to negotiate a pay scale that met his requirements for his dream job. 

  10. Professor Mark Patridge's Testimony "The Geography of Poverty"

    Feb 23, 2017

    Poverty reduction and economic development in rural America. Mark discusses the characteristics of rural poverty and describes some ways to reduce its adverse effects.