Linda Michel is an administrative specialist responsible for managing NIFA federal reporting requirements for CFAES. She supports faculty with project initiations and technical reports for competitive and capacity grants. Additionally, she collaborates with OSU Extension personnel to create the NIFA Annual Report of Accomplishments and NIFA Plan of Work on behalf of CFAES. She also develops and writes research impact statements and oversees the CFAES Wooster Campus website.
Linda has a BS in microbiology from the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse and a PhD in microbiology from Michigan State University. She previously worked as a research associate in the Center for Food Animal Health on the CFAES Wooster Campus.