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Maya Prabhu (far right) abroad in IndiaMaya Prabhu, a third year studying neuroscience, traveled abroad during May semester on the program with the College of Public Health, Public Health Perspectives: India.

"Studying abroad this past May was one of the most meaningful and life changing experiences. We studied at Manipal University, a well-known international institution, centered in Manipal, a lively costal college town in Southern India. Manipal is special to me because it is the town (and university) that my maternal great-grandfather (Dr. T.M.A. Pai) founded. My grandfather was even among the first graduating class of Katsurba Medical College! While I have been back to Manipal several times before, this time I returned as a student. In doing so, I was able to experience my great-grandfather’s legacy and his vision for education and equality."

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Aditi Kare Panandikar, alumna of Ohio State’s pharmaceutical administration master’s program, recently returned to campus after more than 20 years since graduation to receive the Jack L. Beal Postbaccalaureate Award. This award is presented to alumni who have made outstanding contributions to the pharmaceutical sciences and the profession of pharmacy.

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ARyan, Abigail, Kate and Abby pose at Manipal University in Indiabigail Conroy is a Buckeye abroad currently blogging about her time studying with the program Public Health Perspectives: India.

Conroy, a junior majoring in medical dietetics, completed half of her time in India not only as a Buckeye abroad, but as a participant in the Second-Year Transformational Experience Program. STEP gives sophomore students the opportunity to work with an Ohio State faculty mentor to pursue a revolutionizing collegiate experience with a fellowship.

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