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Events


Upcoming departmental and partner events our faculty and students are involved in are listed below. Please click on each event to learn more about how to register. A calendar view of upcoming events can be accessed here. A list of our previous events can be accessed here.

  1. Feb 1, 2022, 12:00pm - 1:30pm

    This talk, co-hosted by the Department of Agricultural, Environmental, and Development Economics, the Ohio State Sustainability Institute and the CFAES Rattan Lal Center for Carbon Management and Sequestration, will discuss the evolution of the carbon offset market and the nature of the persistent quality challenges. The second half will discuss the potential role of universities and colleges in guiding the offset market through research-based procurement.

  2. Icons of a salad bowl, bag of wheat and a hamburger on a green background.

    Feb 2, 2022, 12:00pm - 1:00pm

    Will prices keep rising or will we finally catch a break? Uncertainty and rising prices have become fixtures in our financial and economic decision making of late. Join us as we explore what's going on in key commodity and labor markets through a new webinar every month this Spring. Join Dr. Zoë Plakias for the first webinar in the series, The price of putting food on the table: Consumer food price and inflation.  Target audience: Students, faculty, staff, extenion professionals and community members

  3. Icons of corn, a bag of wheat and wheat on a green background.

    Feb 16, 2022, 12:00pm - 1:00pm

    This webinar will feature Dr. Seungki Lee, who will cover price trends, surging input costs, the latest USDA reports and other demand factors. Target audience: Students, faculty, staff, extenion professionals and community members

  4. Icons of hands shaking, a handholding a seedling and a piece of paper with a globe on it, on a green background.

    Mar 9, 2022, 12:00pm - 1:00pm

    While U.S. agricultural exports to China initially got caught in the crossfire of the trade war, implementation of the U.S.-China Trade Agreement (USCTA) in 2020 does appear to have restored U.S. market share. In this context, this webinar will focus on the long-term potential risk to U.S. agricultural exports if the U.S. continues its power-based approach to trade negotiations with China. Dr. Ian Sheldon will be presenting. Target audience: Students, faculty, staff, extenion professionals and community members

  5. Icons of forklift, Covid, and the president at a podium on a green background.

    Apr 6, 2022, 12:00pm - 1:00pm

    The supply chain was highly likely to be vulnerable to the Covid-19 Pandemic, but around the world, governments and key supply-chain players have surprisingly been caught off guard. Rising inflation is the result and is plaguing economies around the world. The U.S. in particular has suffered from inflation rates not seen in four decades.

  6. Icons of person at computer, clock and person with arrows, on a green background.

    May 4, 2022, 12:00pm - 1:00pm

    This webinar will feature Assistant Professor Margaret Jodlowski, who will cover recent research on how workers respond to different attributes of a job. Wage, of course, is the primary attribute of interest for both workers and firms, but increasing attention is now being given to how workers value other attributes, such as the flexibility of hours, the availability of shorter shifts, or the possibility of remote work. Implications for agricultural and agribusiness employers will be discussed throughout the talk.

  7. Icons of carbon, electric bolt and electric plug, on a green background.

    Jun 1, 2022, 12:00pm - 1:00pm

    This webinar will consider trends in oil, natural gas, electricity and carbon markets, addressing how market fundamentals and environmental policy choices – both domestically and internationally –  will affect underlying inflationary pressures over the next 6-12 months. Professor Brent Sohngen will be presenting. Target audience: Students, faculty, staff, extenion professionals and community members