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Think Green...It's Not Just a Color
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FABE Professor elected to National Academy of Engineering
involving engineering and technology, and by promoting a vibrant engineering profession and public ... academic career in rubber technology, developing polymers with multiple applications. She is perhaps known ... Goodyear Medal, the highest honor conferred by the American Chemical Society's Rubber Division, and ...
Researchers dig deep into the huge potential value of industrial food waste
wastes like tomato peels and eggshells are excellent fillers for tires and other rubber products. Click ...
Public Perceptions of Agricultural and Environmental Issues
AGRCOMM 2330 Students will explore vital issues in food, agricultural, and environmental sciences and be exposed to methods to critically evaluate, effectively communicate, and influence decisions made about these issues. They will engage with issue stake ...
Agricultural Communication Study Abroad
issues in a foreign country, mass media practices in communicating and educating the public about these ...
Methods of Teaching Agriscience II
teaching and learning process with an emphasis on planning and delivering agriscience instruction in public ...
Agricultural Communication Internship
broadcasting, public relations, editing, photojournalism, graphic design or related areas. Regardless of the ...
Safe Water on Tap
contaminants with global public health impact. We develop design algorithms from first principles whenever ...
FABE Professor is Spinning Food Processing Waste into 'Gold'
producers into fillers in rubber products, partially replacing petroleum-based carbon black in tires, for ...
public school students’ out-of-school time study: measuring the impact of Ohio’s 4-H youth development ... learning in public, non-profit institutions: a profile of Ohio State University Extension Karen Suzanne ... using water-related publications Shinshin Chen advised by Larry E. Miller Correlates of the levels of ...