The Status of River Otters in Ohio
Otters were extirpated from Ohio in the early 1900’s and reintroduced in 1986. Since then, the population has increased across Ohio. Join Stan Gehrt, OSU Extension Wildlife Specialist and Professor within the School of Environment and Natural Resources, a ...
Winter Tree ID with the Ohio Woodland Stewards Program
Can you identify trees with leaves? What about without leaves? Identifying trees in winter can be a real challenge. This is an advanced class for individuals who are familiar with using a dichotomous key. This one day workshop is designed to give partici ...
Faculty member appointed academic director for Global Gateway
School of Environment and Natural Resources faculty member Roger Williams has been appointed by the Office of International Affairs (OIA) at The Ohio State University to serve as one of the part-time senior advisors for the Global Gateways and connect wit ...
Save the Date- Decisions, Cognition, and the Climate Crisis
Decisions, Cognition, and the Climate Crisis will be held on Friday, April 28, and Saturday, April 29. This mini-conference will highlight how the decision- and cognitive sciences can help us tackle the climate crisis. Currently, ten talks have been conf ...
Earth Day Reception Invite on April 19
Greetings, Add paragraph: Copy: Please reserve the evening of Wednesday, April 19, 2023, and join the School of Environment and Natural Resources’ (SENR) Environmental Professional’s Network Signature Earth Day celebration event at The Fawcett Center at ...
HR Excellence Award
Read more Read more about the award recipients Brandi Gilbert-Hammett and Nicole Wakeley recognized for embodying Ohio State’s Shared Values. ...
2023 State of the College
Join online Watch the State of the College Join us online for the State of the College presented by Dean Cathann A. Kress. ...
EPN Signature Earth Day Event- Art, agriculture, and advancing the relationship of Black people on land
CFAES is advancing our understanding of wildlife, wildlife habitat, management, and conservation for generations to come.
Human-wildlife relationships reflect the interactions between natural and social systems. As natural and cultural environments change, so do the challenges. Biodiversity loss, invasive species, changing climate, unsustainable hunting levels, human-wildlif ...
SENR Seminar Series- Conflicts in context: shifting baselines in carnivore conservation
Alexis Mychajliw is an assistant professor of Biology and Environmental Studies at Middlebury College, who will present, Conflicts in context: shifting baselines in carnivore conservation on Thursday, March 23, 2023, starting at 4:10 p.m. ...