Mar 14, 2013
Interest in food — safety, availability, environmental impacts — is on the rise, and as a result, so is the demand for college graduates trained in food-, agricultural- and environmental-science disciplines in Ohio and nationwide.
“Food is in the news,” said Bruce McPheron, the recently appointed dean of Ohio State University’s College of Food, Agriculture and Environmental Sciences.
“It’s organic. It’s local. It’s not local. It’s healthy. It’s part of obesity and diabetes,” McPheron said, ticking off the reasons food makes news.