HCS 3438 Theme and Specialty Gardens Now Available!
The new HCS 3438: Theme and Specialty Gardens is now available for students to register for Autumn 2015. For course questions, contact Kathy Burkholder at burkholder.2@osu.edu
HCS Students Participate in 2015 Denman Research Forum
Four Sustainable Plant Systems majors participated in the 2015 Denman Research Forum.
2015 OSU Turfgrass Club Golf Outing
2015 OSU Turfgrass Club Golf Outing. Sunday April 19 at 1:00 PM. Homestead Springs Golf Course.
David Scurlock Inducted Into the Ohio Wine Hall of Fame
David Scurlock, of OARDC, was inducted into the Ohio Wine Hall of Fame on February 16 at the Ohio Grape and Wine Conference annual banquet. Congratulations David!
HCS Students have a Partnership with OSU Wexner Medical Center
Students in HCS 2306/5306 build VegTrugs for the Ross Hospital Heart Garden.

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The 20th Annual Richard J. and Martha D. Denman Undergraduate Research Forum was held on March 25, 2015. More than 600 students in all disciplines will be presenting posters on their research and creative activity projects. To learn more about the Denman, check out the website: denman.osu.edu.

Students from OSU ATI/Wooster campus visit Columbus as part of Regional Campus Transition Day. The visiting students learn about the Columbus campus and experience what being a student in Columbus is all about. ATI students who visited the Department of Horticulture and Crop Science participated in an activity testing for GMOs in sweet corn, soybean and alfalfa seeds. Students who transition from ATI come to Columbus for two years to finish their Bachelors degrees. 

The Ohio State University Agronomic Crops Team is starting a new summer program in 2015 aimed at providing a rich training experience to undergraduate students in a wide diversity of disciplines related to agronomic crop research. These Agronomic Crop Research Experience (ACRE) Interns will support on-farm research by being placed in strategic hubs throughout the state. Students will gain real-world experience in scouting, sampling and evaluating agronomic crops in Ohio. Incoming OSU graduate students are welcome to apply.