In light of the ongoing COVID-19 safety precautions, Stone Laboratory summer courses have been cancelled. Professional development workshops beginning in August are currently set to run as scheduled, but we will keep the webpage updated as we know more information.
Event cancellations and closures have been extended to July 6, per ongoing guidance from The Ohio State University. Please note that this impacts the Aquatic Visitors Center and the South Bass Island Lighthouse, as well as Stone Lab tours. We’re keeping the information on our Visit pages as updated as possible, so please check there before planning any visits.
Stay safe and healthy, everyone! We hope to see you all again soon.
Experts from Ohio Sea Grant, OSU Extension and other universities across Ohio are working together to solve the harmful algal bloom problem as part of a number of research projects. In addition, many are available to answer questions from the public or speak at events.
Assistant Professor, UT Department of Public Health and Preventive MedicineToledo, OHEmail Ames
Associate Professor, UA Department of Civil EngineeringAkron, OHEmail Cutright
Graduate Program Director, UC Department of Biomedical, Chemical, and Environmental EngineeringCincinnati, OHView Dionysiou’s Profile
Isabel C. Escobar
Professor, University of Kentucky College of EngineeringLexington, KYEmail Escobar
Timothy C. Haab
Professor, Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center (OARDC)Columbus, OHEmail Haab
Jason F. Huntley
Laboratory Director, UT Department of Medical Microbiology and ImmunologyToledo, OH419-383-5456Email Huntley
Associate Professor, UT Department of Chemistry and BiochemistryToledo, OHEmail Isailovic
Director, National Center for Water Quality ResearchTiffin, OHEmail Johnson
David J. Kennedy
Assistant Professor of Medicine, UT Department of Cardiovascular MedicineToledo, OHEmail Kennedy
Greg LaBarge is an Extention Educator and the OSU Extension Agronomy Field Specialist in Marion County working in crop production especially corn, soybean and wheat. Since 2012, he has been heavily involved in nutrient management as it relates to crop production and water quality impacts with Ohio State University Extension. The overall goal of his programming is to increase farm profitability as a means to strengthen Ohio's economy.
Associate Dean, UT College of Arts and LettersToledo, OHEmail Lawrence
Associate Professor, OSU College of Public HealthColumbus, OHEmail Lee
John J. Lenhart
Associate Professor, OSU Department of Civil, Environmental and Geodetic EngineeringColumbus, OHEmail Lenhart
G. G. Lipscomb
Department Chair, UT Department of Chemical and Environmental EngineeringToledo, OHEmail Lipscomb
Stuart A. Ludsin
Director, OSU Aquatic Ecology LaboratoryColumbus, OHEmail Ludsin
Allison A. MacKay
Professor, OSU Department of Civil, Environmental and Geodetic EngineeringColumbus, OHEmail MacKay
Dr. Martin, Associate Professor in the Department of Food, Agricultural and Biological Engineering (FABE) at Ohio State, is an ecological engineer with expertise in both hydrology and ecosystem modeling. His research focuses on interactions between watersheds and downstream ecosystems.
Jay F. Martin
Professor, OSU Department of Food, Agricultural and Biological EngineeringColumbus, OHView Martin’s Profile
R. Michael L. McKay
Professor, BGSU Department of Biological SciencesBowling Green, OHEmail McKay
Associate Professor, Kent State Department of Biological SciencesKent, OHView Mou’s Profile
Associate Professor, UT Department of Chemical and Environmental EngineeringToledo, OHView Seo’s Profile
V. Kelly Turner
Assistant Professor, Kent State Center for Ecology & Natural Resource SustainabilityKent, OHView Turner’s Profile
Associate Dean for Research, OSU College of Public HealthColumbus, OHEmail Weghorst
Coordinates Ohio Sea Grant’s Great Lakes research with agencies and universities, as well as assists in research, curriculum development, and student recruitment at The Ohio State University’s Stone Laboratory. Earned his doctorate at Bowling Green State University, with research focusing on interaction between the native smallmouth bass and invasive round goby.