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Wilmot meets President of RwandaDuring her public health internship with the World Health Organization, The Ohio State University College of Public Health student Efua Wilmot (right) met President of Rwanda Paul Kagame. "It was important for me to study abroad because the issue of global health is of utmost importance to me. The merging of world health perspectives from developing nations and developed nations is a good means of providing a platform that will enable the international community and the world at large to easily and collaboratively tackle world changing issues. The world is getting more connected than before and for me, this exchange of knowledge and cultures has enabled me to think and approach problem solving issues holistically."

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  • Mui Choi

    Mui Choi

    Freshmen Human Resources major Mui Choi studied abroad in Mexico through the All-Scholars Mexico short-term program in Winter 2009.

    "This year, instead of heading home for Winter Bre ...

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  • Matt Sugitan

    Matt Sugitan

    Mechanical Engineering major Matt Sugitan studied abroad in Germany through the Ohio State German Language Program in Dresden in the summer of 2008.

    "This summer has been the most ...

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