International Scholar News
On Saturday, April 13, a group of international students and scholars from Ohio State traveled to Berlin, Ohio to learn about Amish culture. They toured the Amish and Mennonite Heritage Center, visited a basketmaking family, enjoyed a traditional Amish lunch, shopped in Berlin and explored the area in buggy rides.
As a leading global university, Ohio State hosted Acting Secretary of Labor Seth D. Harris in a roundtable discussion about immigration policy on Wednesday, April 3 at the Ohio Union. William Brustein, Ohio State’s vice provost for global strategies and international affairs, believes Ohio State is the perfect setting for a dialogue about issues that are of tremendous international significance. Ohio State is home to more than 6,000 international students and nearly 1,500 visiting international scholars who come to the United States to fulfill their academic dreams.