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  • Partnership with Waseda

    Aiji Tanaka, president of Waseda University in Tokyo, Japan, visited Ohio State on April 29 to sign renewals of international agreements between the College of Arts and Sciences and Waseda.

  • Birth Outcomes in Congo

    Marcel Yotebieng and Jesse Kwiek have been working to optimize HIV, Tuberculosis, and maternal and child health service delivery for almost two decades.

  • Buckeyes Cheer on Roma

    #BuckeyesAbroad on European Model of Sport study abroad program traded in their Scarlet and Gray for the Yellow and Red of AS Roma

  • Engagement Awards

    Ohio State – South Africa Antibiotic Stewardship “Train-the-Trainer” mentoring program wins 2019 Distinguished International Engagement Award.

Mitchell LernerAn expert on Korean-American international relations and security policy, Mitchell Lerner has been appointed to the Distinguished Speakers Bureau of the Northeast Asia Council (NEAC) of the Association for Asian Studies (AAS). “This is one of the proudest moments of my career,” explains Lerner. “I am honored to have been selected for such an important position.”

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United Nations Sustainable Development GoalsThe Ohio State University named a leader of a new global performance ranking for universities’ work toward the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). According to the Times Higher Education University Impact Rankings on those goals, Ohio State was 5th overall in terms of all U.S. institutions and 73rd compared to universities worldwide based on our research, outreach and campus stewardship. 

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International at Ohio State

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    International Strategic Planning Process is Launched

    The Ohio State University is set to launch an international strategic planning process in mid-April, which will result in an ‘International Strategic Plan 2020-2025’ to be presented to the Pres ...

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  • Global Health Project supported by $3.39 million grant

    Foodborne illnesses are critical global health problems, resulting in an estimated 600 million illnesses annually. Low- and middle-income countries bear most of the burden, largely due to ...

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