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CFAES professor wins ‘Oscar’ of engineering
Judit E. Puskas has been elected to the National Academy of Engineering Class of 2023 in recognition of sustained excellence in innovation and education.
Mansfield students explore ag through new career tech program
This year, Mansfield Senior High School is helping students get more involved in agriculture by adding an agribusiness and strategic entrepreneurship program to its career technical education.
Ohio educator earns Technical Applications in Agriculture certification
Mark Starkey, agricultural educator at Western Reserve Local Schools, Collins, Ohio, earned a certification to teach Technical Applications in Agriculture.
Children learn about agroforestry at Elder Tree Forest School
At Elder Tree Forest School, Suzanne Slavens and other volunteers are helping children connect with nature, and encouraging interest in agroforestry in Ohio.
Cultivating a culture: West Branch students look at agriculture
West Branch third-grade students got a behind-the-scenes look at agriculture during an annual farm field trip, hosted at local farms.
Continuing education is vital for farming success
Farmers are asked to make sure that soil and water conservation officials are speaking in terms that are easily understood and to be open-minded.
Wilcox selected to lead Professional Development Institute for CASE
Lyndsay Wilcox was recently selected to facilitate a Professional Development Institute for Curriculum for Agricultural Science Education.
Ayersville teacher named Ohio’s ag educator of the year
Don Hammersmith at Ayersville High School was named Ohio's 2020-2021 Ag Educator of the Year.
Cleveland school seeks agriculture opportunities for students
Students at East Technical High School, in Cleveland, are learning about agriculture through an agribusiness career and technical education program.
Pa. program shows children where their food comes from
For more than 20 years, Ag Encounter has been teaching Lawrence County fourth-graders about food and fiber from the people who know it best.