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International Partnerships

Universidade Nova de Lisboa

Memorandum of Understanding

Memorandum of Understanding Between The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, U.S.A. and Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Lisbon, Portugal

 

Ohio State Contact Information

  • The Ohio State University, College of Arts and Sciences

 

International University Contact Information

  • Universidade Nova de Lisboa

 

Location of International University

  • Lisbon, Portugal

 

Purpose/Objective

  • The Ohio State University on behalf of its College of Arts and Sciences and the Universidade Nova de Lisboa on the behalf of its Faculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humanas wish to develop a collaborative academic program in areas of mutual academic interest.
  • Facilitation of the activities under the Agreement will be undertaken by coordinators. Initially, the coordinators will be Dr. Lisa Voigt, Associate Professor, Department of Spanish and Portuguese for The Ohio State University and Dr. Pedro Cardim, Associate Professor, Department of History for the Universidade Nova de Lisboa.
  • The areas of cooperation include, subject to mutual consent, the following activities:
  1. Exchange of faculty members;
  2. Exchange of publications, research materials, newsletters;
  3. Join projects related to research, teaching, and faculty development and service;
  4. Exchange of students on a reciprocal basis.

 

Duration of the agreement

  • The Agreement will remain in force for a period of five (5) years subject to the availability of funds, from 2 February 2015 to 2 February 2020. Any amendment and/or modification of the Agreement will require written approval by each partner institution’s signing officer for exchange agreements. It may be renewed for additional periods of five years if both institutions, acting independently, agree in writing to renew it at least six (6) months before it expires.

 

Note: Please see entire agreement for details