Ohio State ACT Wins National Chapter of the Year
Ohio State's Agricultural Communicators of Tomorrow were named the National ACT Chapter of the Year for the 2013-2014 academic year at the 2014 Ag Media Summit in July.
HONDURAS: Transformational Partnerships in an Inspirational Land
ACEL faculty and students are building lasting bonds with the people of Choluteca, Honduras and surrounding communities through a partnership with World Gospel Mission.
ACEL On-Line Master's Program Graduate Profile
Myra WIlson, Director of OSU Extension's Alber Enterprise Center, is one of the first graduates of ACEL's On-line Master's program. "The AEE online master’s program was a great experience, and I have been highly recommending the program to others ....."
ACEL Welcomes Annie Specht
Dr. Annie Specht will be joining ACEL on August 15th as an assistant professor in the agricultural communication program. Welcome home Dr Specht!
Find Yourself in what ACEL has to Offer!
ACEL has more options than ever before to help you meet your educational goals. Revised and reinvigorated undergraduate and graduate majors, a new on-line masters program, new minors and specializations, award-winning student organizations, and two exciting new study abroad programs. You can't go wrong choosing us to help shape your professional future!

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Shelby Faulkner, of Urbana, served as an intern this summer with the National FFA Organization in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Ohio State student Joel Penhorwood was awarded the Glenn Kummerow Memorial Scholarship at the National NAFB Convention in Kansas City, Mo on Wednesday, November 12, 2014.

Presented by the National Association of Farm Broadcasting, this scholarship is given to a junior or senior studying agricultural communication with a concentration in broadcast media. It is a $5,000 award.

John Starling, professor emeritus in the Department of Agricultural Communication, Education, and Leadership, passed away on Friday, October 24. Dr. Starling was a legend in Ohio agricultural education and our department owes much to his pioneering presence, commitment, and leadership in the agricultual education discipline during a period of expansive growth.

We extended our deepest sympathies to his family and friends.