Undergraduate Program

  1. Senior Shares Story of Seamless Transition to Digital Learning

    Mar 27, 2020

    Digital learning is not new to Agribusiness and Applied Economics Senior Tory Jenkins. She attended an on-line high school. She says having had experience staying organized and engaged in the digital space helped prepare her for the recent transition to the college's on-line learning environment.  Another thing that helped: CFAES professors doing an exceptional job normalizing the digital classroom space and providing the necessary resources for students to be successful.

  2. EEDS Major Sees Sustainability Mission Up Close Through Internship at Scott Miracle-Gro

    Feb 10, 2020

    Sarah Light, Economy, Environment, Development and Sustainability (EEDS) major, is completing her final semester of coursework in the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences (CFAES). Lights credits the diversity of her classes with teaching her the skillset to be able to look at sustainability issues through the lens of different people and stakeholder perspectives. She has put this skillset to good use during three unique internships.  

  3. Livestock Judging Team Prepares Student for Purina Internship

    Jan 30, 2020

    Andrew Davis is an Agribusiness and Applied Economics major and a past member of the college’s Livestock Judging Team.  He says a few classes and experiences helped prepare him for his internship with Purina. A personal selling course provided insight into interpersonal communication and taught him to think on his feet. Traveling to some of the biggest and best livestock operations in the country with his judging team provided insight into animal nutrition, herd management and how to talk shop with producers.

  4. AEDE Grad Answers the Call to Adventure

    Dec 9, 2019

    Josh Davis recently graduated with a degree in Agribusiness and Applied Economics. Throughout his school career, he could have played it safe and remained in his internship with Nationwide until a full time position arose after graduation.  The previous summer and part-time throughout the school year, he had interned at the insurance giant as a Risk Management and Loss Control Specialist.  

  5. NAMA team

    OSU NAMA Marketing Team Places 6th at National Competition

    May 10, 2017

    There is more value to corn than just its kernel’s.   That is the winning idea created by the OSU National Agri-Marketing Association (NAMA) Marketing Team which include members Grace Dannemiller, Andrea Kackley, Zach Corcoran, Megan Phillaier, Laura Davis, Drew Van Winkle, Garrett Leeds, Jenna Phelps, and advisor Scott Holley.  They just placed 6th out of 36 at the NAMA Student Competition in Dallas, Texas.  

     

     

  6. 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.

  7. 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.

  8. 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. 

  9. Agribusiness Club Honors Professor Zulauf and Outstanding Students at Annual Banquet

    May 7, 2015

    The Ohio State Agribusiness Club held its annual year-end banquet on April 20th to recognize outstanding faculty and students affiliated with the Club.   At the event, Carl Zulauf, was honored with the 2015-2016 Outstanding Professor award. AEDE student Mikayla Moore was named the Club’s Outstanding  Returning Member, while Tyler Hellwig was named the Outstanding Transfer Student Member. Additionally, Club member Beth Keller was named the Outstanding Senior Member.  
  10. Students Offer Sustainability Solutions to Mayor Coleman’s Green Team

    Apr 21, 2015

    Students in “Assessing Sustainability: Project Experience” (ENR/AEDE 4567) received hands-on training this semester on preparing and presenting research to policymakers.

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