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  1. December 2023 Department Highlights

    https://fst.osu.edu/december-2023-department-highlights

    The department hosted their annual graduation party for our FST graduates. We celebrated ... also published a special edition graduation newsletter that gave the graduates a chance to share some ... Congratulations and best of luck to our newest alumni. The Ohio State University’s Department of Food Science and ...

  2. October 2023 Highlights

    https://fst.osu.edu/october-2023-highlights

    presentations, the power of mentoring, and the bright future of dairy. Click here to access. The Foods for Health ... role of associate chair. This is a new position to the department and duties and responsibilities will ... include: assuming authority for administrative activities when requested by the chair, or when the chair is ...

  3. Plant Growth Facilities

    https://plantpath.osu.edu/research/plant-growth-facilities

    (wilson.40@osu.edu) >  Selby Greenhouse Growth Chamber Usage Fees  (pdf) Submit request > Wooster- Growth ... (knowles.84@osu.edu) Read > User fee policy (pdf) Submit request > Columbus- Kottman Hall Greenhouse Submit ... Nematodes, Human Pathogens and Recombinant Microorganisms in Selby Hall, APHIS Facility 234 - updated March ...

  4. Volunteer Naturalists- You Can Be One Too!

    https://advancement.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/newsletter/cfaes-connect/july-2017/volunteer-naturalists-you-can-be-one-too

    OCVN’s, the training facilitated a “common ground for environmentally conscious people to connect with ... Volunteer Naturalists (OCVN) by completing 40 hours of coursework and 40 hours of volunteer service. This ... Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences. According to Thomas Wendt, one of the newly-certified ...

  5. Dr. Monica Giusti

    https://fst.osu.edu/our-people/dr-monica-giusti

    awards for research and teaching including the 2011 TechColumbus Outstanding Woman in Technology, the ... vegetables, believed to contribute to the ability of fruits and vegetables to fight chronic diseases. We can ... make foods healthier without sacrificing sensory appeal. Anthocyanins, for example, are natural ...

  6. Season of Gratitude email

    https://advancement.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/email/season-gratitude-email

    still much to be grateful for – including all of you in our College of Food, Agricultural, and ... another by recognizing and celebrating what it means to serve our greater purpose of sustaining life. The ... community we have built. Thank you for joining us – together, we sustain life. With sincere gratitude and ...

  7. Piao Yang

    https://plantpath.osu.edu/our-people/piao-yang

    Sheykhhasan, M., and Azimzadeh, M. (2023). Exosomes in viral infection: effects for pathogenesis and treatment ... (2023).  Botrytis cinerea  in vivo Inoculation Assays for Early-, Middle- and Late-stage Strawberries.  ... trafficking is essential for proper host invasion in rice blast. New Phytologist 239. 10.1111/nph.19050. Yang, ...

  8. The Harris Award

    https://fst.osu.edu/about-us/harris-award

    recognition and to give a public lecture in the department. Click here for information about the award.     ... Congratulations to Wamwari Waichungo, PhD who has been selected as the 2023 Harris Award ... recipient. Dr. Waichungo is the Vice President of Global Safety Assessment and Regulatory Affairs for SC ...

  9. Mentored Teaching, Extension/Outreach

    https://plantpath.osu.edu/graduate/mentored-teaching-extension-outreach

    for a lab course, but other options are possible.  The goal is to prepare students to be effective ... multimedia resources and web-based tools for growers, participating in international outreach, and writing ...

  10. Ye Xia

    https://plantpath.osu.edu/our-people/ye-xia

    (2012). Acyl CoA binding proteins are required for cuticle formation and plant responses to microbes.  ... A Virag, T Becker, L Zhao, W Liu, * Ye Xia (2023). Botrytis cinerea in vivo Inoculation Assays for Early-, ... The microscopic mechanism between endophytic fungi and host plants: From recognition to building ...

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