International Scholar News
The Office of International Affairs invites international scholars and their families to explore the southern United States on a three night trip to the southern city of Charlotte, North Carolina on Thursday, May 7 theough Sunday, May 10. This trip will be offered exclusively to Ohio State's J-1 scholars and dependents to show them a glimpse of southern life, food, and history.
The bus will leave late Thursday afternoon and return on Sunday evening. Some attractions on the trip will include the Levine Museum of the New South, Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden, Historic Brattonsville, and the Charlotte Museum of History and the Hezekiah Alexander Homesite. There will also be free time to explore other attractions on your own such as the Nascar Hall of Fame, NC Music Factory, and the historic homes in the Fourth Ward.
The International Scholarship Symposium, an inaugural event that invited Ohio State faculty, students and scholars to share their international research projects and inspire global discussion, took place on Friday, February 27 in Page Hall at the John Glenn School of Public Affairs.
The symposium showcased important international research conducted by members of the Ohio State community. Faculty, staff, students and international scholars all joined together to learn more about the work accomplished by their colleagues on campus and around the world. More than 100 guests and presenters attended the event, including faculty and students from the Ohio State University at Newark, as well as the Agricultural Technical Institute and the Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center in Wooster, Ohio.