HCS faculty member, Dr. Katrina Cornish, created medical gloves that protects doctors and scientists from radiation and pathogens while not triggering allergic reactions.
“Wearing two different gloves on each hand is like doing surgery in boxing gloves,” said Katrina Cornish, an Ohio Research Scholar and holder of the Endowed Chair in Bio-based Emergent Materials at the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences (CFAES).
The awkwardness of wearing two different gloves leads some medical professionals to use only one set of gloves.
July 8 - 12, 2019
What is the Turfgrass Science Summer Camp like?
Will Hamman received second place in the Applied Soybean Research competition (M.S. division) at the American Society of Agronomy Annual meeting this week in Baltimore. His presentation was titled, "The Impact of Seeding Rate on Plant Architecture, Harvest Grain Loss, and Combine Fuel Use."
The 2018 HCS Graduate Research Symposium held in Wooster showcased the amazing research being conducted by the department’s graduate students. The students had the opportunity to compete in oral and poster competitions, hear from guest speakers (Dr. Gitta Coaker and Jordan Hoewischer), and network with faculty and fellow graduate students.
1st Vivian Bernau
2nd Sarah McNulty
3rd Sean Fenstemaker
PhD Research Presenation
1st Michael Dzackovich
Kimberly Nolletti was selected as a recipient of the 2018 OARDC Oustanding Staff Awards. Kimberly received an award for $1,000 which was presented along with a plaque at the OARDC Employee Appreciation Dinner on October 4, 2018.
Congratulations to Rose Vagedes, who will be recognized as a Greenfield Scholar at the national agronomy meetings, Baltimore in November. Rose is a junior In SPS: Agronomy and completed an internship with Helena Chemical in the summer of 2018.
Maria Smith has joined the Department of Horticulture and Crop Science as a Viticulture Program Specialist, where she will be focussing on outreach in the viticulture industry. She is excited to apply her experiences to extension in helping the Ohio wine grape industry members achieve their production goals. Maria earned her B.S. in biology at Virginia Commonwealth University in 2009, an M.S. in horticulture from Cornell University in 2012, and recently defended her Ph.D. in horticulture at The Pennsylvania State University in August 2018. At Penn State, she worked under Dr.