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  1. Destress Fest 2024

    Different events every day this week, plus...

    • Student Life has FREE snacks and drinks
    • SAC is open regular hours 
    • Library has popcorn and quiet study areas
  2. Monday the 22nd

    Bowling at Wayne Lanes 

    Bowling is FREE! Shoe rental - $2.

    9 - 11 p.m.

  3. Tuesday the 23rd

    Taco-Bout Finals

    Last minute tips and advice and TACOS in the Learning Lab, 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.

     

    Late Night Breakfast - 8-10 p.m.

    All you can eat pancakes in the Gathering Place.

  4. Wednesday the 24th

    Ultimate Kickball

    Kickball outside at the Softball Field (if raining, inside gym), 12 - 2 p.m. 

  5. Thursday the 25th

    Game Night and Make Your Own Pizza

    Games and pizza in the Gathering Place, 5 - 8 p.m.

  6. Friday the 26th

    Coffee, Donuts and Coloring

    All day in the Student Life Office.

  7. Saturday and Sunday, 27th & 28th

    Choose your own adventure

    Saturday - Find something fun in Wooster with friends

    Sunday - SAC open 4 - 9 p.m.

  8. Monday the 29th

    Pickleball

    Battle it out in the SAC with friends, 12 - 2 p.m.

  9. Tuesday the 30th

    Fairwell to Finals Luncheon

    Open to all students, faculty and staff in the Gathering Place, 12 - 2 p.m.

     

     

  10. Mobile Planetarium TODAY

    On Monday, March 25th from 11am-2pm Student Life will be hosting a Mobile Planetarium in the gymnasium at the Student Activities Center (it’s so big it’s the only place it will fit!)

    Gym will be closed during the shows (weight room and game room will be open).

    Each hour (11am, 12noon, and 1pm), we will let a new group go inside the Planetarium for the show (show is about 45 minutes). About 25 people can fit inside at one time (first come first serve). 

    This is open for all students (undergrad and graduate), faculty, and staff to enjoy! 

    Also-don’t forget FREE COSI night (in CBus) is tonight 5:30pm-9pm!!! 

    You can take up to 3 people per BuckID (can be non-students to go with you too! 12 and under do not count towards your 3 people so if you have kids, they can join too.)

    Note: Titanic Exhibit part is only open from 6:30-8:30pm

     

  11. Cultural Connections: Spain

    spain

    Carla Román is a visiting scholar from Spain conducting her research advised by Dr. Erdal Ozkan in the Department of Food, Agricultural and Biological Engineering (FABE) at OSU. She is collaborating closely with Dr. Hongyoung Jeon and Dr. Heping Zhu of the USDA’s Application Technology Research Unit, located in the FABE Building at CFAES Wooster Campus.

    She obtained her bachelor's degree in agricultural engineering at the Polytechnic University of Valencia, Spain, where she specialized in fruit and vineyard pest control. She then completed her Master's degree in Integrated Pest Management with a specialization in plant pathology at the University of Lleida, Spain. She obtained her Ph.D. at the same university but focused on sustainable and efficient pesticide application techniques and pesticide use rate reduction. Currently, the main focus of her research is the variable rate application of pesticides through the development and validation of a new sprayer equipped with a canopy detection system based on stereo vision.

     

    Javier Campos is a visiting scholar from Spain doing his PostDoc in the Department of Food, Agricultural and Biological Engineering (FABE) at OSU. He is located at Wooster FABE building collaborating with the USDA’s Application Technology Research Unit housed in the same location. He received his bachelor’s degree in Agricultural Engineering from Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya in 2014, a Master's degree in Remote Sensing and Geographical Information Systems from Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona in 2016, and a Ph.D. in Agri-food Technology and Biotechnology from Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya in 2021. While pursuing his graduate education in Spain, he was also involved in extension programs training farmers around Spain and Portugal to reduce the use of pesticides and avoid environmental and operator risks during the pesticide application process. His current research is focused on the implementation of improvements in pesticide application techniques to increase the effectiveness and efficiency of the application process. 

     

    Spain

    Beyond Paella and Sangria:  The Agricultural Heartbeat 

    A talk in the series Cultural Connections—where culture meets agriculture

     

    Javier Campos and Carla Román

    Visiting Scholars -Postdocs

    Food, Agricultural & Biological Engineering

    CFAES Wooster

     

    FRIDAY, Oct. 13, 12:00-1:50 pm.  During the Autumn Break, when offices are open but no classes are held

    Food served from 12:00, Presentation at 12:15

    Wooster Science Building, Room 175,

    1600 Wilson Rd, CFAES Wooster

    Lunch in Wooster provided via the generous support of CFAES Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

     

    Reserve a seat and a free light lunch in Wooster by Wed., Oct. 4 https://osu.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_3mesduGABZeVrca

    You can RSVP up to the day before the event to livestream or watch later at https://ipa.osu.edu/wooster-campus

     

  12. Cultural Connections: Spain

    spain

    Carla Román is a visiting scholar from Spain conducting her research advised by Dr. Erdal Ozkan in the Department of Food, Agricultural and Biological Engineering (FABE) at OSU. She is collaborating closely with Dr. Hongyoung Jeon and Dr. Heping Zhu of the USDA’s Application Technology Research Unit, located in the FABE Building at CFAES Wooster Campus.

    She obtained her bachelor's degree in agricultural engineering at the Polytechnic University of Valencia, Spain, where she specialized in fruit and vineyard pest control. She then completed her Master's degree in Integrated Pest Management with a specialization in plant pathology at the University of Lleida, Spain. She obtained her Ph.D. at the same university but focused on sustainable and efficient pesticide application techniques and pesticide use rate reduction. Currently, the main focus of her research is the variable rate application of pesticides through the development and validation of a new sprayer equipped with a canopy detection system based on stereo vision.

     

    Javier Campos is a visiting scholar from Spain doing his PostDoc in the Department of Food, Agricultural and Biological Engineering (FABE) at OSU. He is located at Wooster FABE building collaborating with the USDA’s Application Technology Research Unit housed in the same location. He received his bachelor’s degree in Agricultural Engineering from Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya in 2014, a Master's degree in Remote Sensing and Geographical Information Systems from Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona in 2016, and a Ph.D. in Agri-food Technology and Biotechnology from Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya in 2021. While pursuing his graduate education in Spain, he was also involved in extension programs training farmers around Spain and Portugal to reduce the use of pesticides and avoid environmental and operator risks during the pesticide application process. His current research is focused on the implementation of improvements in pesticide application techniques to increase the effectiveness and efficiency of the application process. 

     

    Spain

    Beyond Paella and Sangria:  The Agricultural Heartbeat 

    A talk in the series Cultural Connections—where culture meets agriculture

     

    Javier Campos and Carla Román

    Visiting Scholars -Postdocs

    Food, Agricultural & Biological Engineering

    CFAES Wooster

     

    FRIDAY, Oct. 13, 12:00-1:50 pm.  During the Autumn Break, when offices are open but no classes are held

    Food served from 12:00, Presentation at 12:15

    Wooster Science Building, Room 175,

    1600 Wilson Rd, CFAES Wooster

    Lunch in Wooster provided via the generous support of CFAES Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

     

    Reserve a seat and a free light lunch in Wooster by Wed., Oct. 4 https://osu.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_3mesduGABZeVrca

    You can RSVP up to the day before the event to livestream or watch later at https://ipa.osu.edu/wooster-campus

     

  13. Happy Thanksgiving !

    Enjoy your Thanksgiving break! We'll see you back on campus on Nov. 28!

  14. LAST DAY to complete the Student Wellness Assessment

    During the month of October, you can be entered to win BuckID Cash, gift cards and other prizes by completing the Wellness Assessment. It takes less than 10 minutes to complete, and by taking the survey, you'll learn about your personal well-being and get connected to wellness-related resources. Visit go.osu.edu/WA to get started!

    wellness assessment

     

     

  15. LAST DAY to complete the Student Wellness Assessment

    During the month of October, you can be entered to win BuckID Cash, gift cards and other prizes by completing the Wellness Assessment. It takes less than 10 minutes to complete, and by taking the survey, you'll learn about your personal well-being and get connected to wellness-related resources. Visit go.osu.edu/WA to get started!

    wellness assessment

     

     

  16. LAST DAY to complete the Student Wellness Assessment

    During the month of October, you can be entered to win BuckID Cash, gift cards and other prizes by completing the Wellness Assessment. It takes less than 10 minutes to complete, and by taking the survey, you'll learn about your personal well-being and get connected to wellness-related resources. Visit go.osu.edu/WA to get started!

    wellness assessment

     

     

  17. Welcome Back Concert

    This Thursday, September 15th, the Ohio Union Activities Board (OUAB) will host their annual Welcome Back Concert. We will have DJ Bandcamp open the show, followed by Jaden Smith. If you have any students who are interested in attending the event, please have them click our ticketing website (go.osu.edu/ouabtickets). Each student can claim (2) tickets for the show and must present a valid BUCKID upon entry. (Students can bring a guest, but the guest must enter the venue with the student who claimed the tickets with BUCKID.)

    JADEN

  18. Wooster Science Cafe: The Science of Invasive Pests

    Join us as we welcome Ashley Leach and Olivia Lang on the Science of Invasive Pests: Ohio’s newest invasive pest, the spotted lanternfly, has received much media attention recently. Our talk will explore what’s known and unknown around this invasive pest. We will also help folks learn how to identify a spotted lanternfly egg mass by using some 3D printed models.

    Ashley Leach is an Assistant Professor in Specialty Crop Entomology in the Department of Entomology at OSU’s OARDC. She is an applied entomologist specializing in the development of integrated pest management in specialty cropping systems.

    Olivia Lang is a graduate student in the Department of Entomology at OSU’s OARDC. Her work focuses on informing people around the identification of pest egg masses using 3D printing to design extension tools.

    The Wooster Science Café was established to provide a forum in the Wooster community for dialog between the public and scientists about contemporary topics. Talks are held on the first Wednesday of each month, starting in September and ending in May.

    Everyone is welcome to attend! 

    We request that all attendees wear face masks.

  19. Wayne County Rural Youth Dance

    What’s Rural Youth?? We are an organization that hosts Hoedown-style square dances, line dancing, and circle/mixer dances. rural youth

    All ages are invited. Lessons at 6:45pm There’s a $5 entrance fee. Light refreshments also served!
    Our next dance is Nov 12th. 

    The location for our November 12th dance is the Wayne County Fairgrounds event center, for any of your students who may like to attend. Future dates are as follows

    January 14th 2023

    February 11th 2023

    April 8th 2023

    June 10th 2023

    Wayne County Fair Dance September 10th 2023

    November 11th 2023

    All locations are yet to be determined

  20. TODAY: Trick or Treat!

    Monday - October 30th - 11am-4pm – Wooster Campus

    You’re never too old for snacks and prizes!

    Grab a friend or go solo between classes to treat stations around campus to earn entries to win this basket full of:

    gift cards, Brutus Pillow Pet, OSU merch, tons of treats!

    (I know you all want that ranch dressing soda and giant pencil!)

    Each station where you get a stamp is one entry; hit every station and earn 5 additional entries!>

    Stamp passports, bags and maps will be available at all stations so you can start anywhere – pumpkin signs will be at each stop, so you know you’re in the right place (Suggested start is at the ATI Library).

    Costumes or Halloween accessories are welcome but not required. Many of us enjoy dressing up each year to make the day more fun!

    Please no weapons or full facial coverings.

    Prize drawing is only for enrolled students on the Wooster campus

    You probably visit a lot of these places on a regular basis, but some may be tricky to find!

    1. Halterman Hall – 

    1. ATI Library
    2. Transition/Mentor Office (by computer labs)
    3. Student Resource center (next to business office)
    4. Business office (contains 3 stops in one location – only 1 stamp needed) 
    5. Director’s Office (directly behind business office)
    6. Academic Affairs/Financial Aid (contains 3 stops in one location – only 1 stamp needed)

    Middle Floor -

    (down the steps outside of Academic Affairs):

    1. Disability Services
    2. Learning Lab 

    2. Skou Hall – 

    1. Student Activities Main Office (just over the breezeway that goes from Halterman to Skou)
    2. Barnes and Noble Bookstore (down the steps across from the Student Activities Office)
    3. Café Carmen (basement level of Skou)

    3. Housing Office

    4. Fisher Library

    5. Wooster Admin Building (Admissions’ & Deans’ Office)

     

  21. TODAY: El Dia de los Muertos

    Everyone is invited to participate in the community ofrendas for El Dia de los Muertos. This year we will make two altars, in Skou Lounge and the Wooster Sciences Building, starting at 1:50 in Skou Lounge on Monday, Oct. 30. As soon as this altar is complete, we will move to the Sciences Building. 

     

    If you have expertise, knowledge, experiences and/or something you would like to place on either of the altars please do so. Everyone is invited and encouraged to participate in whatever way they choose. Your experience is of great value to the community, please share!!

    Some ways to participate:

    Help set up the altars, decorate, arrange

    Bring something to put on the altar: name and/or photo of a decease loved one or loved ones (everyone is welcome)

    Place something your loved ones enjoyed on the altar, food, toys, photos, whatever makes sense to you

    Decorate a calavara, skull or animal cut-out, take it home or leave it on the altar. 

    Talk with other folks participating. Share your expertise and ideas. 

     

    Altars will remain in place for the week. Feel free to add names, photos, etc. throughout the week. If you want something returned, please leave your name.# on it, retrieve it in 190 Halterman or come pick it up from the altars when we clean up, Friday starting at 2:45. Clean up help is always appreciated. For more information Jenny  330-464-6918 or fischer.798@osu.edu

  22. Outdoor Late Night Lazer Tag

    ANYBODY is allowed to participate including Faculty and Staff! Instructions are at 7:30pm on where the boundaries are and what flag/object you need to capture to win. No sign ups required, just come and show up to play. 

    • Thursday, October 26
    • 7:30 p.m. - instructions
    • 8-9 p.m. - Game play with teams
  23. Buckeye Blood Battle

    Don’t forget to sign up for the Buckeye Blood Battle for Tuesday-ALL students, Faculty and Staff are encouraged to participate. We are battling against Mansfield and Marion Campuses for the Regional Buckeye Blood Battle Title…and I’ve heard that we are SUPER close to winning if we get some more people to sign up.

     

    Link for donors to sign up: https://donate.ohio.versiti.org/donor/schedules/drive_schedule/219273

     

    *Promotion!* All donors will receive the Battle T-shirt, and Halloween socks. **All students will also receive a $10 E-gift card to chipotle or any of the other 70 vendor choices.

  24. First Generation celebration!

    Are you the first in your family to attend college? Then you are a first-generation student! 

    CFAES Wooster is excited to celebrate first-generation students, faculty, and staff by inviting you to two very special events!  First Gens and First Gen allies are welcome to attend.  We want to celebrate with everyone! 

    • On Monday, November 6th from 11-1 in Skou Lounge we will host the "First Gens Are Stars" open house event.  We are rolling out the red carpet for our First Gens!  Stop by on your way to class or take a break from the office for popcorn and candy!
    • On Wednesday, November 8th from 4:30-6:00 in the Wooster Science Building Room 175, we will honor the First Gen experience with CFAES Wooster faculty/staff sharing their own personal experiences as First Gens.  Have some food and share in this very special evening with our campus community.  

    Please contact Kelly Carmack Mitchell carmack.25 with any questions.

     

  25. First Generation celebration!

    Are you the first in your family to attend college? Then you are a first-generation student! 

    CFAES Wooster is excited to celebrate first-generation students, faculty, and staff by inviting you to two very special events!  First Gens and First Gen allies are welcome to attend.  We want to celebrate with everyone! 

    • On Monday, November 6th from 11-1 in Skou Lounge we will host the "First Gens Are Stars" open house event.  We are rolling out the red carpet for our First Gens!  Stop by on your way to class or take a break from the office for popcorn and candy!
    • On Wednesday, November 8th from 4:30-6:00 in the Wooster Science Building Room 175, we will honor the First Gen experience with CFAES Wooster faculty/staff sharing their own personal experiences as First Gens.  Have some food and share in this very special evening with our campus community.  

    Please contact Kelly Carmack Mitchell carmack.25 with any questions.

     

  26. Columbus HOCO Events

    OUABreaking the Barrier with Tyler Lepley

    MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 6 P.M.Ohio Union, US Bank Conference Theater - 1st floor

    Lepley

     

    Flicks For Free Jurassic World: Dominion

    WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 7 P.M.Ohio Union, US Bank Conference Theater - 1st floor

     

    Trap Trivia

    THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 7 P.M.Ohio Union, Cartoon Room - 3rd floor

     

    Homecoming Festival and Firework Display

    FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 5:30-9 P.M. Northwest Stadium Parking Lot Enjoy free food, carnival games, inflatables, face painting, balloon artists

     

    Homecoming Parade

    FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 6 P.M.Parade Route: Woodruff Avenue, College Road, 12th Avenue

  27. Snow Tubing at Snow Trails - Register by this Friday!

    I’m sooooooo excited to share that we will be going Snow Tubing again this year! You will have to register to go so I can prepare the liability waiver parts for Snow Trails. 

    The first 100 students to register will be able to go since we can only have so many on the hill at once by their rules and allowing for the other campuses to bring their students too.

    Please go to:  go.osu.edu/snowtrails2024 and fill out the Qualtrics (can be done on your phone) no later than January 26th (next Friday). 

    Snow Tubing is Tuesday, January 30th from 7:30pm-9:30pm at Snow Trails in Mansfield 3100 Possum Run Road Mansfield, Ohio 44903

    We typically do not provide transportation to this event as everyone usually carpools together.

    However, if you need transportation to it (it’s in Mansfield), please let me know by the 26th (same day the registration closes) and I’ll get something figured out for you.

    The other non-Columbus campuses will be meeting us there as well. It’s a fun opportunity to meet other Buckeyes from Mansfield, Lima, Marion, and Newark Campuses. 

    Make a new friend and and it’s also an opportunity to find a possible roommate when you’re transfer to Columbus at the same time.

    I’ll be coming with you again this year so don’t miss out on the opportunity to get to push me down the hill while I scream and hang on for dear life. Ha ha! 

    Let’s do this!!!

    Kelly 

     

  28. Tubing at Snow Trails

    Stay tuned for more details on tubing at Snow Trails on Tuesday, Jan. 30!

  29. Tubing at Snow Trails

    Stay tuned for more details on tubing at Snow Trails on Tuesday, Jan. 30!

  30. Tubing at Snow Trails

    Stay tuned for more details on tubing at Snow Trails on Tuesday, Jan. 30!

  31. Wooster Science Cafe

    Sciences Cafe

  32. OSU Day at Cedar Point

    Ohio State Day at Cedar Point

    Friday, May 5 | 10 a.m. – 8 p.m.

    Join fellow Buckeyes as we take over Cedar Point the day before it opens for the season.  Enjoy shorter lines and be the first to ride the newest coaster, Wild Mouse, in the new Boardwalk area of the park.  Tickets for students are only $34 and the first 4,000 Buckeyes in the park get an exclusive Ohio State Day T-shirt.

    Go.osu.edu/cedarpoint2023

     

    Cedar Point

  33. OSU Day at Cedar Point

    Ohio State Day at Cedar Point

    Friday, May 5 | 10 a.m. – 8 p.m.

    Join fellow Buckeyes as we take over Cedar Point the day before it opens for the season.  Enjoy shorter lines and be the first to ride the newest coaster, Wild Mouse, in the new Boardwalk area of the park.  Tickets for students are only $34 and the first 4,000 Buckeyes in the park get an exclusive Ohio State Day T-shirt.

    Go.osu.edu/cedarpoint2023

     

    Cedar Point

  34. OSU Day at Cedar Point

    Ohio State Day at Cedar Point

    Friday, May 5 | 10 a.m. – 8 p.m.

    Join fellow Buckeyes as we take over Cedar Point the day before it opens for the season.  Enjoy shorter lines and be the first to ride the newest coaster, Wild Mouse, in the new Boardwalk area of the park.  Tickets for students are only $34 and the first 4,000 Buckeyes in the park get an exclusive Ohio State Day T-shirt.

    Go.osu.edu/cedarpoint2023

     

    Cedar Point

  35. OSU Day at Cedar Point

    Ohio State Day at Cedar Point

    Friday, May 5 | 10 a.m. – 8 p.m.

    Join fellow Buckeyes as we take over Cedar Point the day before it opens for the season.  Enjoy shorter lines and be the first to ride the newest coaster, Wild Mouse, in the new Boardwalk area of the park.  Tickets for students are only $34 and the first 4,000 Buckeyes in the park get an exclusive Ohio State Day T-shirt.

    Go.osu.edu/cedarpoint2023

     

    Cedar Point

  36. OSU Day at Cedar Point

    Ohio State Day at Cedar Point

    Friday, May 5 | 10 a.m. – 8 p.m.

    Join fellow Buckeyes as we take over Cedar Point the day before it opens for the season.  Enjoy shorter lines and be the first to ride the newest coaster, Wild Mouse, in the new Boardwalk area of the park.  Tickets for students are only $34 and the first 4,000 Buckeyes in the park get an exclusive Ohio State Day T-shirt.

    Go.osu.edu/cedarpoint2023

     

    Cedar Point

  37. You’re invited! CFAES Graduating Student Celebration

    Who: Undergraduate and graduate students in CFAES from Columbus or Wooster graduating in 2023 (spring, summer, or autumn semesters)
    What: We want to celebrate you at our reception-style graduating student gathering with free food and giveaways. Vice President and Dean Cathann Kress, CFAES Alumni Director Amy Jo Baughman, and several graduating students will share in the celebration. Students will then have time on the Ohio Stadium Field to take pictures and enjoy time with friends and classmates. A bus is available to bring students from the CFAES Wooster campus. Bring your BuckID.
    When: Wednesday, April 5, 2023, 5:00 - 7:30 p.m.
    Where: 5:00-6:00 p.m. - Reception at Blackwell Conference Center; 6:30-7:30 p.m. - Ohio Stadium Field (enter through the rotunda)
    Register here: You MUST register to attend this event: https://go.osu.edu/cfaesgradevent23

    *If you need a ride from Wooster, use the same link above to sign up. Wooster students will need to load the bus by 3:15 p.m. from the Shisler Conference Center parking lot. The bus will leave promptly at 3:15 p.m. When returning to Wooster, the students will load the bus at 7:30 p.m. and return to the Shisler Conference Center by 9:00 p.m.

  38. You’re invited! CFAES Graduating Student Celebration

    Who: Undergraduate and graduate students in CFAES from Columbus or Wooster graduating in 2023 (spring, summer, or autumn semesters)
    What: We want to celebrate you at our reception-style graduating student gathering with free food and giveaways. Vice President and Dean Cathann Kress, CFAES Alumni Director Amy Jo Baughman, and several graduating students will share in the celebration. Students will then have time on the Ohio Stadium Field to take pictures and enjoy time with friends and classmates. A bus is available to bring students from the CFAES Wooster campus. Bring your BuckID.
    When: Wednesday, April 5, 2023, 5:00 - 7:30 p.m.
    Where: 5:00-6:00 p.m. - Reception at Blackwell Conference Center; 6:30-7:30 p.m. - Ohio Stadium Field (enter through the rotunda)
    Register here: You MUST register to attend this event: https://go.osu.edu/cfaesgradevent23

    *If you need a ride from Wooster, use the same link above to sign up. Wooster students will need to load the bus by 3:15 p.m. from the Shisler Conference Center parking lot. The bus will leave promptly at 3:15 p.m. When returning to Wooster, the students will load the bus at 7:30 p.m. and return to the Shisler Conference Center by 9:00 p.m.

  39. 2023 Welcome to Columbus Day

     2023 Welcome to Columbus Day is April 12th, 9-4 PM. 

    Check your email and campus monitors for more information about the event! Transportation will be available to and from Columbus, but students are welcome to meet us there. The event includes- Presentations, tours, lunch, and department visits. Questions? contact Cate Hunko.1@osu.edu

  40. 2023 Welcome to Columbus Day

     2023 Welcome to Columbus Day is April 12th, 9-4 PM. 

    Check your email and campus monitors for more information about the event! Transportation will be available to and from Columbus, but students are welcome to meet us there. The event includes- Presentations, tours, lunch, and department visits. Questions? contact Cate Hunko.1@osu.edu

  41. 2023 Welcome to Columbus Day

     2023 Welcome to Columbus Day is April 12th, 9-4 PM. 

    Check your email and campus monitors for more information about the event! Transportation will be available to and from Columbus, but students are welcome to meet us there. The event includes- Presentations, tours, lunch, and department visits. Questions? contact Cate Hunko.1@osu.edu

  42. 2023 Welcome to Columbus Day

     2023 Welcome to Columbus Day is April 12th, 9-4 PM. 

    Check your email and campus monitors for more information about the event! Transportation will be available to and from Columbus, but students are welcome to meet us there. The event includes- Presentations, tours, lunch, and department visits. Questions? contact Cate Hunko.1@osu.edu

  43. Ice Skating Night!

    Grab your friends, have some fun, and destress on Wednesday night! 

    ice skating night

  44. CFAES Exploring Diversity trip to Cincinnati, OH

    The Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion will cover admission to the National Underground Freedom center and transportation for CFAES affiliated students, staff, and faculty to attend this trip. If you plan to attend, please register online by March 24, 2023. For registration details, scan the QR code at the assoiated event flyer. 
       
    For more information contact Tiffany Halsell, DEI Multicultural Student Initiatives Director at halsell.5@osu.edu or Ruth Montz, Student Success Services, Program Manager at montz.11@osu.edu

    cinci trip

     

  45. CFAES Exploring Diversity trip to Cincinnati, OH

    The Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion will cover admission to the National Underground Freedom center and transportation for CFAES affiliated students, staff, and faculty to attend this trip. If you plan to attend, please register online by March 24, 2023. For registration details, scan the QR code at the assoiated event flyer. 
       
    For more information contact Tiffany Halsell, DEI Multicultural Student Initiatives Director at halsell.5@osu.edu or Ruth Montz, Student Success Services, Program Manager at montz.11@osu.edu

    cinci trip

     

  46. CFAES Exploring Diversity trip to Cincinnati, OH

    The Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion will cover admission to the National Underground Freedom center and transportation for CFAES affiliated students, staff, and faculty to attend this trip. If you plan to attend, please register online by March 24, 2023. For registration details, scan the QR code at the assoiated event flyer. 
       
    For more information contact Tiffany Halsell, DEI Multicultural Student Initiatives Director at halsell.5@osu.edu or Ruth Montz, Student Success Services, Program Manager at montz.11@osu.edu

    cinci trip

     

  47. CFAES Exploring Diversity trip to Cincinnati, OH

    The Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion will cover admission to the National Underground Freedom center and transportation for CFAES affiliated students, staff, and faculty to attend this trip. If you plan to attend, please register online by March 24, 2023. For registration details, scan the QR code at the assoiated event flyer. 
       
    For more information contact Tiffany Halsell, DEI Multicultural Student Initiatives Director at halsell.5@osu.edu or Ruth Montz, Student Success Services, Program Manager at montz.11@osu.edu

    cinci trip

     

  48. CFAES Exploring Diversity trip to Cincinnati, OH

    The Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion will cover admission to the National Underground Freedom center and transportation for CFAES affiliated students, staff, and faculty to attend this trip. If you plan to attend, please register online by March 24, 2023. For registration details, scan the QR code at the assoiated event flyer. 
       
    For more information contact Tiffany Halsell, DEI Multicultural Student Initiatives Director at halsell.5@osu.edu or Ruth Montz, Student Success Services, Program Manager at montz.11@osu.edu

    cinci trip

     

  49. CFAES Exploring Diversity trip to Cincinnati, OH

    The Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion will cover admission to the National Underground Freedom center and transportation for CFAES affiliated students, staff, and faculty to attend this trip. If you plan to attend, please register online by March 24, 2023. For registration details, scan the QR code at the assoiated event flyer. 
       
    For more information contact Tiffany Halsell, DEI Multicultural Student Initiatives Director at halsell.5@osu.edu or Ruth Montz, Student Success Services, Program Manager at montz.11@osu.edu

    cinci trip

     

  50. CFAES Exploring Diversity trip to Cincinnati, OH

    The Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion will cover admission to the National Underground Freedom center and transportation for CFAES affiliated students, staff, and faculty to attend this trip. If you plan to attend, please register online by March 24, 2023. For registration details, scan the QR code at the assoiated event flyer. 
       
    For more information contact Tiffany Halsell, DEI Multicultural Student Initiatives Director at halsell.5@osu.edu or Ruth Montz, Student Success Services, Program Manager at montz.11@osu.edu

    cinci trip

     

  51. CFAES Exploring Diversity trip to Cincinnati, OH

    The Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion will cover admission to the National Underground Freedom center and transportation for CFAES affiliated students, staff, and faculty to attend this trip. If you plan to attend, please register online by March 24, 2023. For registration details, scan the QR code at the assoiated event flyer. 
       
    For more information contact Tiffany Halsell, DEI Multicultural Student Initiatives Director at halsell.5@osu.edu or Ruth Montz, Student Success Services, Program Manager at montz.11@osu.edu

    cinci trip

     

  52. Bowling at Wayne Lanes

    Don't forget about FREE bowling at Wayne Lanes every Monday at 9 p.m.

    The only charge is $2 for shoe rental!

    bowling night every monday

     

  53. Bowling at Wayne Lanes

    Don't forget about FREE bowling at Wayne Lanes every Monday at 9 p.m.

    The only charge is $2 for shoe rental!

    bowling night every monday

     

  54. Bowling at Wayne Lanes

    Don't forget about FREE bowling at Wayne Lanes every Monday at 9 p.m.

    The only charge is $2 for shoe rental!

    bowling night every monday

     

  55. Bowling at Wayne Lanes

    Don't forget about FREE bowling at Wayne Lanes every Monday at 9 p.m.

    The only charge is $2 for shoe rental!

    bowling night every monday

     

  56. Bowling at Wayne Lanes

    Don't forget about FREE bowling at Wayne Lanes every Monday at 9 p.m.

    The only charge is $2 for shoe rental!

    bowling night every monday

     

  57. Bowling at Wayne Lanes

    Don't forget about FREE bowling at Wayne Lanes every Monday at 9 p.m.

    The only charge is $2 for shoe rental!

    bowling night every monday

     

  58. Bowling at Wayne Lanes

    Don't forget about FREE bowling at Wayne Lanes every Monday at 9 p.m.

    The only charge is $2 for shoe rental!

    bowling night every monday

     

  59. Study Abroad in Panama

    The students last December had a great time, learned a lot, and challenged themselves to engage in a new culture, eat new foods (Panamanian food, surprisingly not spicy!), and learn from farmers and researchers across the country.  Please read the attached flyer with some basic information about the program. 

    Learn more about the course at a Virtual Information Session on Wednesday, March 20th, 3:30 PM.  Email Dr. Halsell at Halsell.5@osu.edu for link.

    panama study abroad

  60. Study Abroad in Panama

    The students last December had a great time, learned a lot, and challenged themselves to engage in a new culture, eat new foods (Panamanian food, surprisingly not spicy!), and learn from farmers and researchers across the country.  Please read the attached flyer with some basic information about the program. 

    Learn more about the course at a Virtual Information Session on Wednesday, March 20th, 3:30 PM.  Email Dr. Halsell at Halsell.5@osu.edu for link.

    panama study abroad

  61. Study Abroad in Panama

    The students last December had a great time, learned a lot, and challenged themselves to engage in a new culture, eat new foods (Panamanian food, surprisingly not spicy!), and learn from farmers and researchers across the country.  Please read the attached flyer with some basic information about the program. 

    Learn more about the course at a Virtual Information Session on Wednesday, March 20th, 3:30 PM.  Email Dr. Halsell at Halsell.5@osu.edu for link.

    panama study abroad

  62. Study Abroad in Panama

    The students last December had a great time, learned a lot, and challenged themselves to engage in a new culture, eat new foods (Panamanian food, surprisingly not spicy!), and learn from farmers and researchers across the country.  Please read the attached flyer with some basic information about the program. 

    Then … 

    Visit Dr. Halsell and Denise Rotavera-Krain at the Celebration of Nations to learn more and see amazing photos of the AU23 adventure and have a taste of traditional Panamanian sancocho (think grandma’s chicken soup)!

    Wednesday February 28, 11:30-1:30, Secrest Welcome & Education Center, 2112 Williams Rd.

     

    AND

     

    Learn more about the course at a Virtual Information Session on Wednesday, March 20th, 3:30 PM.  Email Dr. Halsell at Halsell.5@osu.edu for link.

    panama study abroad

  63. Campus Change Visit Event - Columbus

    Wednesday April 3, 2024, board the Motorcoach at 7:30 am and return around 6:30 pm. A full day of tours, advisors, department presentations and time to ask questions. Cate has been reaching out personally to department advisors in Columbus to attend the event and working directly with Ben Carignan on the agenda. Look for a signup qualtrics coming soon. Students campus changing 2024 and beyond are welcome.
     

    campus change

  64. Campus Change Visit Event - Columbus

    Wednesday April 3, 2024, board the Motorcoach at 7:30 am and return around 6:30 pm. A full day of tours, advisors, department presentations and time to ask questions. Cate has been reaching out personally to department advisors in Columbus to attend the event and working directly with Ben Carignan on the agenda. Look for a signup qualtrics coming soon. Students campus changing 2024 and beyond are welcome.
     

    campus change

  65. Campus Change Visit Event - Columbus

    Wednesday April 3, 2024, board the Motorcoach at 7:30 am and return around 6:30 pm. A full day of tours, advisors, department presentations and time to ask questions. Cate has been reaching out personally to department advisors in Columbus to attend the event and working directly with Ben Carignan on the agenda. Look for a signup qualtrics coming soon. Students campus changing 2024 and beyond are welcome.
     

    campus change

  66. Campus Change Visit Event - Columbus

    Wednesday April 3, 2024, board the Motorcoach at 7:30 am and return around 6:30 pm. A full day of tours, advisors, department presentations and time to ask questions. Cate has been reaching out personally to department advisors in Columbus to attend the event and working directly with Ben Carignan on the agenda. Look for a signup qualtrics coming soon. Students campus changing 2024 and beyond are welcome.
     

    campus change

  67. Campus Change Visit Event - Columbus

    Wednesday April 3, 2024, board the Motorcoach at 7:30 am and return around 6:30 pm. A full day of tours, advisors, department presentations and time to ask questions. Cate has been reaching out personally to department advisors in Columbus to attend the event and working directly with Ben Carignan on the agenda. Look for a signup qualtrics coming soon. Students campus changing 2024 and beyond are welcome.
     

    campus change

  68. Summer Courses at Stone Lab

     

    Stone Laboratory Classroom Building Docks with words Apply Today

    HELP DECREASE YOUR COSTS

    Apply Now for a Stone Lab Scholarship!

    Each year, Stone Lab awards scholarships to students with financial need. Anyone taking a for-credit class (and some workshops) is eligible to apply. Scholarships are due Feb 15. Learn more here.

    NOAA // OHIO SEA GRANT

    Challenge yourself, get outside, and discover science. Ohio State's Stone Lab offers high-impact courses that give you the skills you need for a future in your chosen career. Watch our video and see what you can do this summer!

    Apply today for your Stone Lab course. And if you need a scholarship, applications are due Feb 15.

    View Courses and Apply Today
  69. Summer Courses at Stone Lab

     

    Stone Laboratory Classroom Building Docks with words Apply Today

    HELP DECREASE YOUR COSTS

    Apply Now for a Stone Lab Scholarship!

    Each year, Stone Lab awards scholarships to students with financial need. Anyone taking a for-credit class (and some workshops) is eligible to apply. Scholarships are due Feb 15. Learn more here.

    NOAA // OHIO SEA GRANT

    Challenge yourself, get outside, and discover science. Ohio State's Stone Lab offers high-impact courses that give you the skills you need for a future in your chosen career. Watch our video and see what you can do this summer!

    Apply today for your Stone Lab course. And if you need a scholarship, applications are due Feb 15.

    View Courses and Apply Today
  70. Summer Courses at Stone Lab

     

    Stone Laboratory Classroom Building Docks with words Apply Today

    HELP DECREASE YOUR COSTS

    Apply Now for a Stone Lab Scholarship!

    Each year, Stone Lab awards scholarships to students with financial need. Anyone taking a for-credit class (and some workshops) is eligible to apply. Scholarships are due Feb 15. Learn more here.

    NOAA // OHIO SEA GRANT

    Challenge yourself, get outside, and discover science. Ohio State's Stone Lab offers high-impact courses that give you the skills you need for a future in your chosen career. Watch our video and see what you can do this summer!

    Apply today for your Stone Lab course. And if you need a scholarship, applications are due Feb 15.

    View Courses and Apply Today
  71. Volunteer opportunity

    Junior Achievement is looking for 5 college students to serve as greeters at the JA Inspire event on February 15th at the Wayne County Fairgrounds.  It sounds like a fun opportunity, and it’s something you can include on your resume!  If you are available and would like to help with this event, please let me know.

    Date: February 15, 2024

    Time: 8:30am- 1:30pm

    Location: Wayne County Fairgrounds

     

    Jeanne Semilia
    Administrative Associate

    The Ohio State University
    College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences
    Wooster Campus - ATI
    211C Halterman Hall
    1328 Dover Road, Wooster, OH 44691
    330-263-8012 Office
    semilia.1@osu.edu / ati.osu.edu

  72. 2024 Winter Leadership Experience

    Date: Jan. 26-27, 2024  
    Venue: Greater Columbus Convention Center
    Hotel: Hyatt Regency Downtown Columbus
     
    This is not your typical leadership event. It's an immersive experience where you'll:
     

    Forge Lasting Connections: Connect with like-minded agriculturalists, share stories, and build a supportive network of fellow leaders and professionals.  

    Enhance Your Skills: Participate in energizing workshops and sessions led by industry experts that will elevate your leadership capabilities.  

    Celebrate Success: Celebrate the achievements of Young Ag Professionals in our community! 

    Breakout Sessions featuring:

    • Jolene Brown, CSP, CPAE, Award-Winning Speaker, Author, Farmer
    • Evan Callicoat, OFBF
    • Marlene Eick, Leadership Coach
    • Mitchell Hora, Continuum Ag
    • Cody & Erika Archie, Bar7Ranch
    • Bailey Elchinger, StoneX
     
    Certification Sessions featuring:
    • CPR Training, American Heart Association
    • Beef Quality Assurance, Ted Wiseman, CFAES-OSU
    • Ag Crime and Fire Prevention, Nationwide
     
    The Winter Leadership Experience is an opportunity to refresh your leadership approach, gain new insights, and connect with a community of dynamic individuals. Don't miss this chance to take your leadership to the next level.
     
    Learn more and register HERE
     
    We look forward to welcoming you to the Winter Leadership Experience. Join us for an unforgettable journey of growth, inspiration and connection.

     

  73. Education Abroad: Panama, Dec. 2023

    Autumn 2023 semester CFAES is offering a course for the Education Abroad trip to Panama in December. Below you find details if you might be interested in joining the class and trip. The class will be offered on the Columbus campus with a Zoom option for Wooster students.

    Virtual Information session

    April 11

    5:00 PM

    Register for the Zoom Session

    Class information Panama: Through the Lens of AgriCulture, Sustainability and Diversity 4cr GE Lived Environments Theme. Class meets Monday & Wednesday evening from 5pm-6:15pm. Travel to Panama will occur December 15-23, 2023.  

    https://globaleducation.osu.edu/index.cfm?FuseAction=Programs.ViewProgramAngular&id=10551

  74. NEW Leadership Summer Institute

    The Glenn College has extended the deadline to apply to the 2023 cohort of the NEW Leadership summer institute.

    This five-day residential campaign training academy allows students from throughout Ohio to connect with others who want to increase representation of women in American politics. This immersive, nonpartisan training introduces college students to successful women leaders and strategies to run and win political campaigns.

    Please scan the QR code below for more information.  All are welcome to apply.  The deadline is April 14th. 

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  75. WELCOME BACK BUCKEYES with WELCOME DAYS 2022!

    Move-in begins on Thursday August 18th - Saturday August 20th! 

    Check out the full schedule of Welcome Days events - lots of fun, food and free giveaways throughout the weekend!

    Don't forget...there are several required events for first year students on Monday, August 22nd.  Those events are:

    Convocation 10:00 - 11:15 am (Shisler)

    Student Break Sessions 11:30 - 12:30 pm (Shisler and Fisher)

    Student and Faculty Luncheon 12:45 - 1:30 pm (Shisler)

    Advisor Meetings 1:45 - 2:30 pm (Various locations in Shisler and Fisher)

    *You will find out more information about your Advisor Meeting location when you attend Convocation

    Although the Community & Involvement is not required it is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED from 2:30-4:00 pm on Wilson Rd.!

     

     

  76. Welcome Days 2020

    Welcome Days 2020

    Although Welcome Days is winding down, we have one more jam-packed day of events on Monday August 24th.  Make note - several of these events are REQUIRED FOR FIRST-YEAR STUDENTS.

    9:00 am - 9:45 am - ATI Convocation  (Required for First-Year Students, but open to anyone!)

    10:00 am - 11:00 am - Student Breakout Sessions (Required for First-Year Students)

    Noon - 3:00 pm T-shirt Pick-up (First-Year Students only) and Main Street Wooster bag pick-up (For all students) 

    3:00 pm - 6:00 pm - VIRTUAL Student Involvement Fair

    6:30 pm - 7:30 pm - VIRTUAL Did I Agree To That!?!?!?!?! (Required for First-Year Students)

    9:00 pm - 10:00 pm - VIRTUAL Cribs: ATI Edition

    Please check the Carmen page for all links and more specific details!!!

  77. Welcome Days 2020

    Welcome Days....More Like Welcome Week!!

    We are excited to welcome our students back to campus for the 2020-2021 academic year!!! Watch your email for more information as Welcome Days this year has its own Carmen page!! Here you will get the most up-to-date information and regsiter for events! If you can't wait to see what we have in store for you, check out this sneak peak!! 

    Reminder- There are a few required events for first-year students including Convocation! 

    Follow the Student Activities Center on Facebook @OSUATIStudentActivities,  Instagram @osuatisac, and/or Twitter @OSU_ATI_SAC 

  78. Cameron's Column *NEW STUDENT FEATURE*

    Hi! My name is Cameron Brandt, and I am the SAC’s new Student Activities Communications Assistant at Ohio State ATI. I am majoring in Agriscience Education and planning on becoming an extension agent for the great state of Ohio! I am from a little town called Dover which is 40 minutes south of ATI in Tuscarawas County. I have been in 4-H for as long as possible and participate in multiple projects across the board. This column will be a bi-weekly feature in the Buzz and will share anything from student experiences and advice to local news and what's happening in the “neighborhood”. Since we all just finished our first week of classes I thought I would take a minute to tell all of you that we did it! We’ve completed our first week and we still have many more to go!  

    Making friends can be hard sometimes but at ATI we strive to try to be an inclusive environment for all students, no matter the gender, preference, or background. Many people think ATI is for the “hicks” or “hillbillies” but were not! We provide education for over 25 degrees. One thing that I’ve learned to use to meet new people is use small talk! Really! Starting a convo with someone is as easy as commenting about the weather, complaining about a long line, or giving a compliment to that cute girl in the next aisle. Once you get started talking, you’ll realize the only thing holding you back is yourself. Let go, get loose, and have fun this year! A favorite character of mine once said “To improve is to change. To perfect is to change often.” But one thing they don’t realize is that no one’s perfect; not you, not your roommate, not even your childhood hero. Everyone has issues. It’s how you tackle them and help yourself! 

    Here’s to a new year… 

    Cameron Brandt 

  79. SPRING BREAK - March 14th - 18th!

    From all the faculty and staff, have a great and SAFE spring break!!

    Just a reminder, daylight saving times is in effect on Sunday, March 13th! Don't forget to spring ahead!

  80. Happy Thanksgiving!

    Happy Thanksiving!

    Wednesday, November 24th - No Classes, Offices Open

    Thursday, November 25th - No Classes, Office Closed

     

    Indigenous People's Day/Columbus Day

    Friday. November 26th - No Classes, Offices Closed

  81. Welcome Back!!

    Welcome Back Buckeyes!!! We hope you had a fantastic break with friends and family!!

    Don't forget to check the weekly Buckeye Buzz for upcoming events, activites and announcements! Be sure to follow Student Activities on Instagram @OSUATISAC too!

    And remember, to maintain 6 ft of social distance, wear your masks and wash your hands regularly! We want to continue to keep campus safe!

  82. MLK Day of Service Celebration Events

    MLK Day of Service Celebration Events

    Celebrating MLK Day of Service

    While we won’t be able to celebrate the Dr. Martin Luther King Junior Day of Service together in-person on January 18th this year, we will still be honoring Dr. King, his legacy, and his call to others to engage in community service.

    Our campus’s celebration will extend through the second half of January. It will include a film watch party, a webinar, and a take-and-make service activity.  

    MANRRS Watch Party on January 17th

    The student organization Minorities in Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related Sciences (MANRRS) will be hosting a film watch party of American Son on January 17th, 2021 at 7 pm. Please see separate announcement from MANRRS for further details.

    Speakers Webinar on January 20th

    Mr. Walter Bonham and Ms. Deanna West-Torrence will be presenting: How Dr. Martin Luther King’s Dreams Included Farming. The webinar will take place on January 20, 2021 at 1:00 pm-1:30 pm.

    Click the link to register for the webinar: https://osu.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_47Nu3TFgSuKEkSWTzErymQ.

    If you require an accommodation such as live captioning or interpretation, please contact Keegan Hange at hange.7@osu.edu. Requests made 10 days prior to the event will allow time to arrange accommodations, but every effort will be made to meet requests made after that date.

    The webinar will be recorded, and the link to the recording will be shared out to the campus for those who would like to view it later.

    Get to know our speakers:

    WaltWalt Bonham, founder, The Food Lab, is a consultant, urban farmer, Mansfield, Ohio native, and operator of @TheFoodLabLLC with a passion to build, grow, and feed his community. With a bachelor’s degree in business, minor in economics from Wittenberg University, and a master’s in science management from Ohio Dominican University his educational background drives his grassroots work, while much of what he knows he learned through hard work and dedication outside the classroom. He serves as a board member and one of the founders of the Richland Gro-Op. He has been dedicated to addressing food insecurity in the most sustainable way, by Urban Farming and creating more farmers. Walter Bonham simply wants to help build his community, by encouraging them to eat local, support local farms, and be more aware of what they eat and where it comes from.

     

    DeannaDeanna West-Torrence (Mansfield, Ohio) is the founder and Executive Director of the North End Community Improvement Collaborative, a community development corporation,  in 2007 with a mission to improve the quality of life and economic landscape in the North End. NECIC operates several resident-focused programs, leadership, workforce and small business development initiatives all while operating two social enterprises, Temp2Higher Staffing and the recently launched the NECIC Urban Farm. Deanna has the North End and Mansfield community in several capacities including service on Mansfield City Council, Mansfield City School Board of Education, Richland County Regional Planning Commission and Richland County Children Services Board, and countless other boards and committees. Deanna attended the Univ. of Cincinnati, Southern New Hampshire Univ., Harvard Kennedy School’s Executive Education Program, and the Center for Creative Leadership’s African American Leadership Program. Deanna trains new non-profits in governance, program and fund dev., strategic planning and creating partnerships. 

    Service Opportunity

    We will be offering a take-and-make service activity, creating cards for distribution to some local nursing home residents in Wooster.

    Materials kits containing cardstock paper and a few colored pencils will be offered for pick up starting the week of January 25th at both the Applewood Village Housing Office and the Student Activities Center.

    If anyone would like to use their own materials or greeting cards, they are welcome to do so.

    Boxes to collect the cards will be placed in the Housing Office and Student Activities Center. Completed cards will be due back by February 8th, so that they can be distributed in time for Valentine’s Day. 

     

    To view the complete schedule you can also visit the MLK Day of Service website at https://ati.osu.edu/mlk

     

    Other options for involvement

    To find out more information about other ways that MLK Day is being celebrated in the Wooster community, you can check out the College of Wooster MLK Day of Service site: https://www.wooster.edu/offices/msa/mlk/

    The national MLK Day of Service website is here: https://www.nationalservice.gov/serve-your-community/mlk-day-service.

  83. MLK Day of Service Celebration Events

    MLK Day of Service Celebration Events

    Celebrating MLK Day of Service

    While we won’t be able to celebrate the Dr. Martin Luther King Junior Day of Service together in-person on January 18th this year, we will still be honoring Dr. King, his legacy, and his call to others to engage in community service.

    Our campus’s celebration will extend through the second half of January. It will include a film watch party, a webinar, and a take-and-make service activity.  

    MANRRS Watch Party on January 17th

    The student organization Minorities in Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related Sciences (MANRRS) will be hosting a film watch party of American Son on January 17th, 2021 at 7 pm. Please see separate announcement from MANRRS for further details.

    Speakers Webinar on January 20th

    Mr. Walter Bonham and Ms. Deanna West-Torrence will be presenting: How Dr. Martin Luther King’s Dreams Included Farming. The webinar will take place on January 20, 2021 at 1:00 pm-1:30 pm.

    Click the link to register for the webinar: https://osu.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_47Nu3TFgSuKEkSWTzErymQ.

    If you require an accommodation such as live captioning or interpretation, please contact Keegan Hange at hange.7@osu.edu. Requests made 10 days prior to the event will allow time to arrange accommodations, but every effort will be made to meet requests made after that date.

    The webinar will be recorded, and the link to the recording will be shared out to the campus for those who would like to view it later.

    Get to know our speakers:

    WaltWalt Bonham, founder, The Food Lab, is a consultant, urban farmer, Mansfield, Ohio native, and operator of @TheFoodLabLLC with a passion to build, grow, and feed his community. With a bachelor’s degree in business, minor in economics from Wittenberg University, and a master’s in science management from Ohio Dominican University his educational background drives his grassroots work, while much of what he knows he learned through hard work and dedication outside the classroom. He serves as a board member and one of the founders of the Richland Gro-Op. He has been dedicated to addressing food insecurity in the most sustainable way, by Urban Farming and creating more farmers. Walter Bonham simply wants to help build his community, by encouraging them to eat local, support local farms, and be more aware of what they eat and where it comes from.

     

    DeannaDeanna West-Torrence (Mansfield, Ohio) is the founder and Executive Director of the North End Community Improvement Collaborative, a community development corporation,  in 2007 with a mission to improve the quality of life and economic landscape in the North End. NECIC operates several resident-focused programs, leadership, workforce and small business development initiatives all while operating two social enterprises, Temp2Higher Staffing and the recently launched the NECIC Urban Farm. Deanna has the North End and Mansfield community in several capacities including service on Mansfield City Council, Mansfield City School Board of Education, Richland County Regional Planning Commission and Richland County Children Services Board, and countless other boards and committees. Deanna attended the Univ. of Cincinnati, Southern New Hampshire Univ., Harvard Kennedy School’s Executive Education Program, and the Center for Creative Leadership’s African American Leadership Program. Deanna trains new non-profits in governance, program and fund dev., strategic planning and creating partnerships. 

    Service Opportunity

    We will be offering a take-and-make service activity, creating cards for distribution to some local nursing home residents in Wooster.

    Materials kits containing cardstock paper and a few colored pencils will be offered for pick up starting the week of January 25th at both the Applewood Village Housing Office and the Student Activities Center.

    If anyone would like to use their own materials or greeting cards, they are welcome to do so.

    Boxes to collect the cards will be placed in the Housing Office and Student Activities Center. Completed cards will be due back by February 8th, so that they can be distributed in time for Valentine’s Day. 

     

    To view the complete schedule you can also visit the MLK Day of Service website at https://ati.osu.edu/mlk

     

    Other options for involvement

    To find out more information about other ways that MLK Day is being celebrated in the Wooster community, you can check out the College of Wooster MLK Day of Service site: https://www.wooster.edu/offices/msa/mlk/

    The national MLK Day of Service website is here: https://www.nationalservice.gov/serve-your-community/mlk-day-service.

  84. MLK Day of Service Celebration Events

    MLK Day of Service Celebration Events

    Celebrating MLK Day of Service

    While we won’t be able to celebrate the Dr. Martin Luther King Junior Day of Service together in-person on January 18th this year, we will still be honoring Dr. King, his legacy, and his call to others to engage in community service.

    Our campus’s celebration will extend through the second half of January. It will include a film watch party, a webinar, and a take-and-make service activity.  

    MANRRS Watch Party on January 17th

    The student organization Minorities in Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related Sciences (MANRRS) will be hosting a film watch party of American Son on January 17th, 2021 at 7 pm. Please see separate announcement from MANRRS for further details.

    Speakers Webinar on January 20th

    Mr. Walter Bonham and Ms. Deanna West-Torrence will be presenting: How Dr. Martin Luther King’s Dreams Included Farming. The webinar will take place on January 20, 2021 at 1:00 pm-1:30 pm.

    Click the link to register for the webinar: https://osu.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_47Nu3TFgSuKEkSWTzErymQ.

    If you require an accommodation such as live captioning or interpretation, please contact Keegan Hange at hange.7@osu.edu. Requests made 10 days prior to the event will allow time to arrange accommodations, but every effort will be made to meet requests made after that date.

    The webinar will be recorded, and the link to the recording will be shared out to the campus for those who would like to view it later.

    Get to know our speakers:

    WaltWalt Bonham, founder, The Food Lab, is a consultant, urban farmer, Mansfield, Ohio native, and operator of @TheFoodLabLLC with a passion to build, grow, and feed his community. With a bachelor’s degree in business, minor in economics from Wittenberg University, and a master’s in science management from Ohio Dominican University his educational background drives his grassroots work, while much of what he knows he learned through hard work and dedication outside the classroom. He serves as a board member and one of the founders of the Richland Gro-Op. He has been dedicated to addressing food insecurity in the most sustainable way, by Urban Farming and creating more farmers. Walter Bonham simply wants to help build his community, by encouraging them to eat local, support local farms, and be more aware of what they eat and where it comes from.

     

    DeannaDeanna West-Torrence (Mansfield, Ohio) is the founder and Executive Director of the North End Community Improvement Collaborative, a community development corporation,  in 2007 with a mission to improve the quality of life and economic landscape in the North End. NECIC operates several resident-focused programs, leadership, workforce and small business development initiatives all while operating two social enterprises, Temp2Higher Staffing and the recently launched the NECIC Urban Farm. Deanna has the North End and Mansfield community in several capacities including service on Mansfield City Council, Mansfield City School Board of Education, Richland County Regional Planning Commission and Richland County Children Services Board, and countless other boards and committees. Deanna attended the Univ. of Cincinnati, Southern New Hampshire Univ., Harvard Kennedy School’s Executive Education Program, and the Center for Creative Leadership’s African American Leadership Program. Deanna trains new non-profits in governance, program and fund dev., strategic planning and creating partnerships. 

    Service Opportunity

    We will be offering a take-and-make service activity, creating cards for distribution to some local nursing home residents in Wooster.

    Materials kits containing cardstock paper and a few colored pencils will be offered for pick up starting the week of January 25th at both the Applewood Village Housing Office and the Student Activities Center.

    If anyone would like to use their own materials or greeting cards, they are welcome to do so.

    Boxes to collect the cards will be placed in the Housing Office and Student Activities Center. Completed cards will be due back by February 8th, so that they can be distributed in time for Valentine’s Day. 

     

    To view the complete schedule you can also visit the MLK Day of Service website at https://ati.osu.edu/mlk

     

    Other options for involvement

    To find out more information about other ways that MLK Day is being celebrated in the Wooster community, you can check out the College of Wooster MLK Day of Service site: https://www.wooster.edu/offices/msa/mlk/

    The national MLK Day of Service website is here: https://www.nationalservice.gov/serve-your-community/mlk-day-service.

  85. MANRRS Celebrates MLK Day - American Son Watch Party

  86. Happy New Year!!

    May this year bring new happiness, new goals, new achievements, and a lot of new inspirations!! Happy New Year!! 

  87. Happy Holidays!

    Wishing you and your loved ones a happy, healthy & safe Holiday Season!!

  88. Happy Thanksgiving!

    Just a reminder, no classes and offices will be closed November 26th and 27th. The last day of any in-person instruction is November 25th. Instruction will resume on November 30th in a virtual format. Finals will also be completed using distance methods.

     

    Have a SAFE & Happy Thanksgiving!

  89. Veteran's Day

    In honor of Veterans Day, there will be no classes on Wednesday, November 11th.

    Offices, including Cafe Carmen and the SAC, will also be closed.

  90. Happy Halloween!!

    stay safe!

    Mask up, wash your hands and practice social distancing!

    We're all in this together! 

  91. Happy 4th of July!!

    Happy 4th of July from the Student Activities Center!!

  92. Introducing the 2022 Homecoming Court!

         

    Raegan Alsept

    Agricultural Communication & Community Leadership

    Plymouth, OH

    Ashlyn Croak

    Livestock Production Management – Beef Specialization

    Newark, OH

    Faith Galavich

    Agriscience Education

    Bethesda, OH

    Sydney Questel

    Animal Science

    Wooster, OH

    Laura Scholl

    Agriscience Education

    Crooksville, OH

    Hannah Watkins

    Agricultural Communication

    Cambridge, OH

     

  93. Chipotle Chipotle Chipotle....Support the Homecoming Court Wednesday, April 20th

    Planning your meals for the week??? Stop by Chipotle on Burbank Road between the hours of 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm, Wednesday April 20th and support the ATI Homecoming Court!

    How does the Court get credit for your meal?

    Option  1: Show the fundraiser flyer (hard copy or on your phone) to the cashier before you pay! (Flyer attached and below.)

    Option 2