28th annual Denman Undergraduate Research Forum
SENR has several students participating in this year's Denman Undergraduate Research Forum. ...
Monday Morning Message, February 27
Title: Monday Morning Message Subtitle: From the desk of Professor and Interim Director Eric Toman Add paragraph: Copy: February 27, 2023 I am pleased to announce effective March 15, Dr. Steve Lyon will serve as the Associate Director for the School o ...
Saving the copperbelly water snake
School of Environment and Natural Resources graduate student Ryan Wagner is the author of a new photo essay in a Guardian series- The age of extinction focused on biodiversity. Learn about the copperbelly water snake and how biologists and others are work ...
Director's Note, February 27
Dear Alumni and Friends, Add paragraph: Copy: In my last note, I shared the appointment of Dr. Doug Jackson-Smith to the Kellogg Endowed Chair in Agricultural Ecosystems Management at Ohio State – a wonderful honor and exciting leadership role for Doug ...
Goat Sale @ Woodruff's
Full list of 2023 Publications
2023 Publications to Date Matthew Hamilton, Jonathan Salerno, Alexandra Paige Fischer, Cognition of feedback loops in a fire-prone social-ecological system, Global Environmental Change, Volume 74, 2022, 102519, ISSN 0959-3780, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.gl ...
Role of Food Science in Human Health
FDSCTE 2300 This course explores the role of food in an individual's health by addressing mainstream controversies. Students will have an understanding of food supply chain, food components, food safety, food processing, food additives, labeling, foo ...
Ecology of Infectious Disease
ENR 5335 This course provides an introduction to the ecology of infectious diseases. We will investigate infectious disease transmission and control in single- and multi-host systems and for vector-borne diseases. Prereq: One undergraduate-level Biology c ...
FDSCTE 1150 Explore the science of caffeine and production of caffeinated products, how it affects the human body along with a study of the historical importance of some of today's most popular caffeine sources. Undergraduate 1.0 FDSCTE 1150 SP 23 7w ...