Grants and Scholarships

Wolfe Study Abroad Scholarship

The Wolfe Study Abroad Scholarship Endowed Fund was established September 1, 1999 with a $1 million gift from the Robert F. Wolfe and Edgar T. Wolfe Foundation. Over the last 20 years, scholarships in the amount of $2,500 have been distributed annually to over 400 undergraduate students. The Wolfe Scholarship, which is administered by the Office of International Affairs, is the cornerstone of Ohio State's education abroad programs and helps to enhance the educational experience of Ohio State students.

In 2009, Wolfe presented another $1 million gift to the university, which doubled the endowment that supports the Wolfe Study Abroad Scholarships. The financial support of these scholarships has changed the lives of a growing number of students who have had the opportunity to participate in long-term study abroad programs.

  • Madison Allman, majoring in community leadership (Brazil: Alpha Zeta Partners)
  • Catherine Harrison, majoring in accounting (Fisher College of Business Undergraduate Exchange – Alliance Manchester Business School, United Kingdom)
  • Rachel Hofacker, majoring in animal sciences (Brazil: Alpha Zeta Partners)
  • Alexis Homik, majoring in environment, economy, development and sustainability (Brazil: Alpha Zeta Partners)
  • Sarah McCaslin, majoring in German (University of Bonn, Germany)
  • Jessica Mosher, majoring in animal sciences (ISA Seoul, South Korea: STEM, Social Sciences and Liberal Arts)
  • Kaylee Mossbarger, majoring in marketing (Fisher College of Business Undergraduate Exchange – Alliance Manchester Business School, United Kingdom)
  • Tessa Pinkerton, majoring in agribusiness and applied economics (Brazil: Alpha Zeta Partners)
  • Preston Sheets, majoring in agricultural systems management (Brazil: Alpha Zeta Partners)
  • Samson Shook, majoring in operations management (Fisher College of Business Undergraduate Exchange – Curtin University, Australia)
  • Elizabeth Sisson, majoring in international studies (Portuguese GE Language and Culture in Curitiba, Brazil)
  • Matthew Weintraub, majoring in finance (Fisher College of Business Undergraduate Exchange – University of Dublin, Trinity College, Ireland)
  • Joseph Williams, majoring in economics (Fisher College of Business Undergraduate Exchange – Alliance Manchester Business School, United Kingdom)
  • Mariah Witzberger, majoring in marketing (Fisher College of Business Global Marketing Lab, Russia)
  • Mustafa Zanjeel, majoring in finance (Fisher College of Business Industry Immersion: Italy)

  • Robert Bayer, majoring in electrical and computer engineering (Engineering of Ancient Greece)
  • Sarah Bossetti, majoring in marketing (Fisher College of Business Freshman Global Lab)
  • Micahiah Brown-Davis, majoring in journalism (Between France and Morocco: Diversity in the Francophone World)
  • Sidney Bruner, majoring in accounting (Fisher College of Business Freshman Global Lab)
  • Bailee Burgard, majoring in international studies (AMIDEAST Intensive Arabic in Amman, Jordan)
  • Patrick Butler, majoring in health promotion, nutrition and exercise sciences (The European Model of Sport)
  • Joyenia Cabrera, majoring in anthropology (Zambia Culture and Society)
  • Myshellia Carter, majoring in psychology (Zambia Culture and Society)
  • Nicole Cusick, majoring in animal sciences (South Africa: Exotic Animal Behavior and Welfare)
  • Elise Davis, majoring in music (The Brazilian Experience: Surveying Brazilian Culture Through Music and Education)
  • Blake Dodson, majoring in microbiology (Impact of HIV: Tanzania)
  • Reed Flynt, majoring in management and industry exploring (Fisher College of Business Global Internships)
  • Meleuh Fobellah, majoring in biology (Between France and Morocco: Diversity in the Francophone World)
  • Eleanor Frey, majoring in landscape architecture (Knowlton School of Architecture Rome Program)
  • Claire Fryman, majoring in electrical and computer engineering (The Italian City)
  • Haley Grubb, majoring in German and history (The U.S. Europe, and the Second World War: Interactions in 20th Century History)
  • Nathan Hensley, majoring in history (Canadian Parliament Internship, Oxford University Pre-Law Program)
  • Jacob Jordan, majoring in music education (The Brazilian Experience: Surveying Brazilian Culture Through Music and Education)
  • Kelly Kline, majoring in linguistics (The History and Archaeology of Medieval Ireland: Trim and the Blackfriary)
  • Connor Koehnke, majoring in finance (Fisher College of Business Undergraduate Exchange - Universidad Pontificia Comillas)
  • Kim-Lien Le, majoring in biology and English (Geography of the European Union)
  • Cara Pannell, majoring in human nutrition (Genocide and its Aftermath in Rwanda)
  • Michael Ruch, majoring in information systems (Dresden Summer Language Program)
  • Matthew Sanders, majoring in marketing (Fisher College of Business Global Internships)
  • Paige Schleeter, majoring in agriscience education (England/Scotland: Agricultural and Environmental Communication)
  • Brittany Schleeter, majoring in history (The History and Archaeology of Medieval Ireland: Trim and the Blackfriary)
  • Francisco Soto, majoring in exercise science education (Between France and Morocco: Diversity in the Francophone World)
  • Sydney Stefanek, majoring in civil engineering (Engineering the Castles and Cathedrals of England and Wales)
  • Olivia Story, majoring in art (Japanese Popular Culture)
  • Nicholas Tomasetti, majoring in mechanical engineering (The Italian City)
  • Andrew Vicario, majoring in physical education sports and physical activity (Exploring Japan Through Sport, Wellness and Culture
  • Michael Wade, majoring in architecture (European Architecture Studies)
  • Anika-Marie Waits, majoring in environment, economy, development and sustainability (New Zealand: Sustainable Tourism and Human Impacts on the Environment)
  • Tanner Warchal, majoring in social work (Social Work in India with a Focus in Health and Mental Health)
  • Josephine Wojtkowiak, majoring in health sciences and nursing (DIS - Copenhagen)
  • Nicholas Zarick, majoring in mathematics (Global May China)

  • Simon Asem, majoring in city and regional planning (Europe - multiple countries)
  • Brittany Baab, majoring in health sciences (Europe - multiple countries)
  • Samantha Bailey, majoring in pharaceutical sciences (Spain)
  • Cyan Blackwell, majoring in public management, leadership and policy (France)
  • Amy Book, majoring in computer science and engineering and English (England)
  • Logan Bunde, majoring in international studies and Spanish (Spain)
  • Christina Clark, majoring in social work (Sweden)
  • Jey Drake, majoring in social work (Nicaragua)
  • Adar Elmi, majoring in public health (Japan)
  • Emily Feltz, majoring in political science and pre-law (Jordan and Ireland)
  • Jacob Ferrell, majoring in international studies (Spain)
  • Kate Fowler, majoring in Spanish and nursing (Spain)
  • Carra Gilson, majoring in public health (Costa Rica)
  • Megan Hart, majoring in mechanical engineering (Greece)
  • Carynne Hawkins, majoring in human development and family science (Australia)
  • Michael Hiett, majoring in finance and pre-law (Germany)
  • Rachel Kraynak, majoring in international business (Spain)
  • Haley Lash, majoring in psychology (South Africa)
  • Kendall Lindstrom, majoring in English (Austria)
  • Safiyo Mohamud, majoring in international studies (Japan)
  • Oluchi Obiagwu, majoring in nursing (Nicaragua)
  • Alec Parker, majoring in anthropology (Uganda)
  • Cameron Reed, majoring in music education (Brazil)
  • Garrett Rethman, majoring in political science (England)
  • Nick Schommer, majoring in sport industry (Germany, Austria)
  • Julianne Shirilla, majoring in nursing (Italy)
  • Zachary Slonsky, majoring in architecture (Europe - multiple countries)
  • Anna Starkey, majoring in evolution and ecology (Uganda)
  • Kristin Wall, majoring in sociology (Poland)

  • Anthony Bauer, majoring in computer science and engineering (China)
  • Delaney Brochowski, majoring in fine arts (Greece)
  • Mary Chudy, majoring in Spanish and nursing (Costa Rica)
  • Hannah Datz, majoring in molecular genetics (Norway)
  • Madison Evans, majoring in civil engineering (Italy)
  • Jarrod Fyie, majoring in neuroscience (Uganda)
  • Anna Garrett, majoring in animal sciences (South Africa)
  • Alex Getz, majoring in visual communication design (Italy)
  • Lauren Haney, majoring in food, agricultural and biological engineering (Europe - multiple countries)
  • Yusef Hirsl Farah, majoring in accounting and information systems (Spain)
  • Brandon Jeffi, majoring in Japanese (Japan)
  • Zachary Kauffman, majoring in molecular genetics (Greece)
  • Liz Leszcz, majoring in mechanical engineering (England and Wales)
  • Tatum Marshall, majoring in English (Greece)
  • Allison Milewsky, majoring in psychology and French (France)
  • Erika Moore, majoring in art education (Greece)
  • Sarah Myers, majoring in nursing (Spain)
  • Monica Newport, majoring in speech and hearing sciences and linguistics (New Zealand)
  • Mouniratou Nikiema, majoring in accounting (China)
  • Julianna O'Brien, majoring in theatre (Canada)
  • Aaron Payne, majoring in architecture (Europe - multiple countries)
  • Meilenys Peraza, majoring in Japanese (Japan)
  • Anna Ross, majoring in psychology (Senegal)
  • Hannah Sherman, majoring in speech and hearing sciences (United Kingdom)
  • Amanda Slager, majoring in chemical engineering (Great Britain)
  • Jacob Tischler, majoring in criminology and criminal justice (Poland)
  • Jacob Wagner, majoring in actuarial science (Bolivia)
  • Skyler Ware, majoring in chemistry (Australia)
  • Thomas Wisbith, majoring in history (Italy)
  • Olivia Worthington, majoring in political science (United Kingdom)