Wooster Campus Resources

The Wooster Campus of Ohio State University includes the Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center (OARDC) and the Agricultural Technical Institute (ATI). The campus offers many unique resources that go far beyond facilities. For this reason, CFAES has developed a systems approach to ensure that our college mission areas have access to all of the available resources.

The Wooster Campus Resources site is intended to provide college employees who are based in or visiting the Wooster Campus with a place to share news, announce events and find resources and information. This is an exciting opportunity to strengthen and grow our collective Wooster community.

If you have an item that you'd like to have announced or included please contact one of the site's managers, Kayla Arnold or Frances Whited.

News

  1. Confidence in Leadership Recording Available

    Dec 15, 2017

    Self-confidence is often seen as a cornerstone of effective leadership, some view it as necessary to lead, to estacbish authority, to communicate, and to productively direct others. On December 8, 207, Dean Kress presented a Confidence in Leadership seminar to show how self-confidence interacts with authority, power, and influence and what it contributes to leadership rooted in collaboration, resilience, and optimism. View the recording online here.

  2. Wooster Campus Connection, April 2017

    May 4, 2017

    The April 2017 edition of Wooster campus news is available to read here. The Wooster Campus Communication is a newsletter that provides information about OARDC and ATI. The Wooster Campus Communication is meant to be a tool to keep you informed on the changes taking place in our College that affect the Wooster Campus.

  3. OSU Soil Fertility Lab

    The Soil Fertility Lab launches new website

    Apr 4, 2017

    The research done at the Soil Fertility Lab focuses on determining timely and efficient use of fertilizers, developing farmer-friendly soil health tests, and understanding how long-term management strategies can build organic matter and soil productivity. The lab is run by Dr. Steve Culman and collaborates with farmers, crop consultants, and educators on a wide variety of soil fertility and management issues. To learn more about their research and how you can become a cooperator, please follow this link: soilfertility.osu.edu.