Tag Archives: College
College Students

Is college “worth it?”

In a challenging economy and a difficult job market, intuition would suggest that getting a college degree is perhaps more important than ever before. Setting oneself apart from the hordes of other applicants is critical, and not having that diploma on the wall is indeed a barrier to entry in many occupations. I’ve often remarked […]

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Andy receives his college diploma

Time and Change… Founders Day at The Ohio State University

September 17th marked the anniversary of the first day of classes at The Ohio State University. I am very proud to have earned a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture from OSU earlier this fall, completing a degree I started over a decade ago (I spent nine years working between the first two years of school […]

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The Oval at The Ohio State University

Orientation is a great time of year…

I realized this morning that it had been since Memorial Day that last I wrote here… I’ve been doing quite a bit of writing lately, just not on this blog, as it turns out. I started writing, earlier this month, for BeefProducer.com, the online presence of Farm Progress’ Beef Producer magazine. My weekly Beef Angle […]

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The Oval at The Ohio State University

‘But For Ohio State…’ – The Land Grant Mission, Tested

I am a Buckeye, and damn proud of it. As a Southern Ohio farm boy enamored with the idea of becoming a high school agricultural educator, there was little thought in my head as to where to go to school outside The Ohio State University. In fact, it’s the only school where I applied. In […]

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