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The coffee series is back! Check out Morning with the Masters starting in March to discuss garden-related topics and enjoy a light breakfast.
cleaning, relaxation, mood lifting, where to get supplies and more! Recipes included. ...
Graduating Student Celebration
rotunda) Register here: You MUST register to attend this event: https://go.osu.edu/cfaesgradevent23 *If ...
Buckeye Dairy Career Fair
Arena at 7:00pm! (See flier) This event is open to all CFAES students with any interest in the dairy ... resume development. Students are welcome to join our business casual event and network, ask questions, ...
Save the Date! Peg's Retirement Celebration!
Peg is retiring after 25 years of service! Join us in wishing her well on March 24 th from 12-2 pm. ...
NEW CLUB: Buckeye Bunnies
There is a New Animal science club on campus! Buckeye bunnies is going to work to provide opportunities for members to learn about rabbits and the industry, while serving the community and sharing a special interest! If you are interested, see the attache ...
Upcoming events: Secrest Arboretum
gardens look great even in the winter! We have several events that will help you get out and get through ... the rest of winter. Click the event name for more info. 3/8: Pruning Workshop, 9 a.m.- 2 p.m. 3/9: ...
2023 Summer Internship Opportunity
helping with office management, engaging with community at public events, and other work as determined. To ...
CFAES DEI Workshops
experience, she has requested that the event not be recorded. Please join us on Thursday to learn about her ... will cover basic terminology and differentiate identities related to gender and sex that frequently get ...
Naturalist Series: Butterfly: Basics to the Bizarre
events are $5 ($30 for the whole series) and occur at 6:30 pm in the Mahoning County Extension Office. ... Butterfly: Basics to the Bizarre Join Ashley Kulhanek as we cover some basics of the beloved butterflies in ...
Next Book Club is March 9
Please join us for the ATI Staff Book Club's next discussion of Kate Khavarti's "A Botanist's Guide to Parties and Poisons" ...