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Students and scholars can now download the Global Events at Ohio State app to stay updated on upcoming events, sign up for notifications, add events to your calendar and access important resources and information from the Office of International Affairs. Download the app at go.osu.edu/globalevents.

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International student-athletes celebrating cultural diversityMore than 1,000 Ohio State student-athletes compete on 36 NCAA D1 teams. Nearly 90 of those Buckeyes are international students-athletes who are competing at the highest level in their sport while attending school in another country and often taking classes in a second language. A dedicated group of athletes have formed a support group for all international student-athletes on campus.

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All are invited to attend this year's Tinker Talks series hosted by the Center for Latin American Studies (CLAS). The Tinker Talks will highlight previous grant receivers and their research. RSVP at go.osu.edu/TinkerRSVP.

The Tinker Foundation’s Field Research Grants provide graduate students with funds for travel to and within Latin America to conduct pre-dissertation research. CLAS runs Tinker competitions in spring semester and is currently accepting applications for travel in 2020. Applications are due March 1 by 11:59 p.m. Vist clas.osu.edu/funding/grad/tinker-field to learn more.

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Corinne Bocci in Guatemala The Office of International Affairs, the Office of Research, the Graduate School, the Office of Student Academic Success and the Global Gateways are sponsoring a grant competition with separate tracks for faculty, graduate students and undergraduate students. Proposals are sought for a wide range of research and scholarship projects, which include but are not limited to: promoting active international research collaborations, addressing global issues in a regional context, connecting discipline-specific research to the implementation of projects and programs in diverse geopolitical and cultural settings, and exploring the languages, cultures, arts, social sciences and area studies. Grants awarded to faculty will be up to $6,000; grants awarded to students will be up to $5,000.

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Danielle Schoon and Melinda McClimans awards UITL grantDanielle V. Schoon, Near Eastern Languages and Cultures and Melinda McClimans, Middle East Studies Center, were awarded a $2,000 Research and Implementation Grant from the University Institute of Teaching and Learning (UITL) at The Ohio State University to conduct a study during the 2019-2020 academic year.

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