Ohio State University’s Pamela Sherratt received the College of Food, Agricultural and Environmental Sciences (CFAES) Distinguished Teaching by a Lecturer Award.
Sherratt is a Turfgrass Specialist the Department of Horticulture and Crop Science (HCS) and has been with OSU since 1999. She’s also an alumnus of HCS, having received her BSc (Honors) in Horticulture from The University of Central Lancashire in England and her MS in Turfgrass Science from The Ohio State University.
Currently she teaches undergraduate courses focused on plant science including: The World of Plants and Sports Turf Management. In Pam’s own words “the sports turf management class has supported Columbus city schools over many years by carrying out hands-on renovation projects on baseball fields.”
She also conducts extension/outreach efforts focused on offering certificate programs for industry professionals, engaging with youth, and promoting the green industry through activities such as summer STEM camp, FFA events, Explore Ag activities and Scouts BSA merit badges. Additionally, Sherratt writes regularly for SportsField Management magazine and speaks at events across the United States and internationally.