As the spring semester comes to a close, I wanted to reach out to our AEDE Alumni with some department news and ways you can connect with virtual campus events.
From a virtual commencement to our upcoming webinar on Sustainability and Ohio Lands, AEDE faculty, staff, students and alumni continue to engage in life-long learning.
We hope to run into you in the future when we are all back together on campus.
Dr. Tim Haab, AEDE Chair, Dean's Chair, Leader of the CFAES Knowledge Exchange (KX)
Thousands of graduates were honored on Sunday, May 3 2020 during a virtual commencement ceremony where Apple CEO Tim Cook delivered a commencement address. View via the post-event video link.
AEDE created this Congratulations Video to celebrate our extraordinary graduating seniors.
Knowledge Exchange CO-VID 19 Hub and Discussion Forum
- An online discussion forum for CFAES/OSU Extension faculty and educators to ask questions of their CFAES colleagues, share resources and programming approaches, and offer coping mechanisms for dealing with uncertainty.
- A support resource to help identify reliable, science-backed, and defensible sources for COVID-19-related information. Note: The Hub is not intended to be a public site but is designed to facilitate internal discussions between researcher and educators, generate new ideas and solutions and expedite the translation of information.
Sustainability and Ohio Lands: Creating Value for People and the Environment Webinar
On Tuesday, May 12, 2020 from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., speakers and panelists will present Sustainability and Ohio Lands: Creating Value for People and the Environment Webinar through keynotes and panel discussions to help us better understand the concept of sustainability in Ohio and how it applies to the management of our landscape from a broad set of perspectives. Sustainability issues in urban, forest, and agricultural spaces will be covered and panels will focus on interactive discussion, including discussion of questions submitted by guests. REGISTRATION is required.
Ben Brown, Assistant Professor of Professional Practice in Agricultural Risk Management was named in AgGrad’s 30 under 30 for 2020.
Two-Semester Master of Applied Economics (MAE)
There is still time to apply for our Two- Semester Master of Applied Economics (MAE) Program that teaches critical economics thinking, analytical and quantitative skills, and the ability to analyze data.
Students receive cutting-edge training in econometric techniques and cost benefit analysis, engage in a project with a corporate partner, and learn about leading data analytics software and statistical programming languages. Final applications are due June 10, 2020 and the GRE requirement is being waived for this application cycle. Attend an upcoming online Information Sessions and visit the MAE webpage to learn more.