News from Plant Pathology : 2016 News and Highlights

  1. 50th anniversary

    Mark your calendars! The 2017-2018 academic year will mark the 50th Anniversary of the establishment of the Department of Plant Pathology as a stand alone department.

  2. Terry Niblack continues to serve in her role as acting senior associate dean for the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences (CFAES).  Mike Boehm, Ohio State vice provost (and our former department chair and Ph.D.

  3. In 2016, Guo-Liang Wang was one of four Ohio State faculty who were ele

  4. In Autumn, Plant Pathology had 40 students in the MS and PhD program, and 15 enrolled students in the p

  5. The Master in Plant Health Management Graduate Program continues to grow, with over 15 students enrolled

  6. The undergraduate program continues to grow, with 20 Plant Pathology majors and 5 Plant Health

  7. We invite you to connect with us by participating in teaching and Extension activities, hosting tours, providing job shadow opportunities, giving seminars, informally meeting with students, and hiring and referring students and employees to Plant Pathology.