India Gateway News
Alumni in Mumbai are invited to join current Ohio State seniors and the India Gateway for lunch on Friday, May 10 from 12:30 - 2:30 p.m. at Barbeque Nation, 4th floor, Atria The Millenium Mall, Dr. Annie Besant Road, Worli, Mumbai. The students attending this lunch are part of the Buckeye Leadership Fellows program, in which undergraduate students undertake transformative experiences to achieve a competitive advantage in their post-graduate pursuits and remain deeply connected to the university. Students will be completing the program in India while working to attain a sense of cultural understanding. Join these student leaders for lunch and help them connect to Ohio State's network of global alumni.
Ohio State's Global Gateways continue to operate in key parts of the world, capitalizing on the strengths of Ohio State's connections across the globe and provide the university with a myriad of opportunities, including operational support for faculty research/teaching and international partnerships, a portal for study abroad, a location for international student recruitment, a center for academic programming as well as executive and corporate training, a location for alumni gatherings and a new way to partner with Ohio-based companies operating in global markets. The China Gateway has been operating in Shanghai since February 2010, while the Gateway office in Mumbai, India opened in March 2012. In 2014, Ohio State plans to open a Gateway in São Paulo, Brazil.
Learn more about these unique offices and the innovative approach they represent.
President of The Ohio State University E. Gordon Gee cut the ribbon to officially open the Ohio State India Gateway on March 14. Located in the central business district of Mumbai, the India Gateway is Ohio State’s second office in another country, and is in an area of the world that capitalizes on the strengths of the university’s rapidly growing global connections.