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The Ohio State University Brazil Gateway, the Fisher College of Business and the College of Engineering in partnership with Brazilian institutions, the National Confederation of Industry (CNI), Institute Euvaldo Lodi (IEL), SENAI-DN and SENAI CIMATEC, recently launched the Acceleration in Innovation and Advanced Manufacturing Program.  The initiative was announced at a CNI meeting on March 17 in São Paulo attended by the President of Brazil and over 50 chief executive officers of leading Brazilian companies.  

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Brazil Gateway will visit Ohio State on February 14 – 16 and will host a roundtable for students, a luncheon in Wooster and a networking event in Columbus.

Brazilian Students Roundtable
Tuesday, February 14, 5 – 6 p.m.
071 Hagerty Hall

Let's reunite Brazilian students, new alumni and visiting scholars to discuss what the Brazil Gateway could do to help maximize your experience at Ohio State academically, culturally and professionally.

RSVP to aparecido.1@osu.edu.

Brazil Gateway Wooster Luncheon
Tuesday, February 14, 12 – 1 p.m.
Fisher Conference Room 111
1680 Madison Ave.
Wooster, OH 44691

The Brazil Gateway team invites Brazilian students, visiting scholars, faculty and friends to a luncheon for an update on Brazil Gateway's accomplishments from the past few months and plans for the future with the Wooster community.

RSVP to aparecido.1@osu.edu.

Brazil Gateway and Curitiba Sister City Networking
Thursday, February 16, 4 – 7 p.m.
Pies and Pints
1026 N High St.
Columbus, OH 43201

Join us for a networking and social opportunity organized by Brazil Gateway, Greater Columbus Sister Cities International, Curitiba, and the Brazil Sister City Committee at Pies and Pints in the Short North. 

Ohio State students, professors, staff and Columbus community members who are from or working with Brazil are invited to come together and learn more about Brazil Gateway and the Brazil Sister City Committee and how to get involved. This is an opportunity to foster connections and build the Brazilian community at Ohio State and in Columbus.

Visit the the Facebook event page for more details and RSVP to aparecido.1@osu.edu.

AZP at the Equine Therapy Center

A group of 16 Alpha Zeta Partners tour Southeast Brazil every spring semester to develop leadership skills and learn about agricultural growth and sustainability in one of the world’s leading agriculture powerhouses.

Alpha Zeta is a professional fraternity for men and women with an interest in the field of agriculture and its advancement, and each year students selected into the Alpha Zeta Partners Honorary participate in this education abroad program and spend six weeks in Brazil. These College of Food, Agricultural and Environmental Sciences students study historical, cultural, environmental, social, institutional, organizational and individual leadership perspectives of a foreign society.

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