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  • Scholarship For Diversity

    OH-IO Education Abroad Scholarship supports underrepresented and diverse student access to Ohio State education abroad programs

  • ICOPHAI 2017

    This year, ICOPHAI will take place in Doha, Qatar, November 7 - 9 with the theme, "Environmental Challenges and Impact on Global Health."

  • Wolfe Scholarship

    30 Buckeyes were awarded $2,500 scholarship at the Wolfe Study Abroad Recognition Luncheon on April 17.

  • Global Engagement News

    Check out the newsletter to stay updated on Global Engagement's activities on campus and in Columbus.

  • Global Competencies

    Watch video of Ohio State students reflecting on how they developed global skills through education abroad programs.

International Scholar News

The Office of International Affairs (OIA) will begin a new system for signing in and queuing students and scholars who walk in for advising hours or their appointments. This system will be paperless and will automatically alert the international student and scholar team when visitors sign in at the front desk.

Scholars STILL must schedule their appointment online or contact a scholar immigration coordinator before coming in to Enarson. Once scholars arrive at Enarson, they will use the new appointment kiosk to sign in.

How to use the appointment kiosk:

  1. Approach the monitor located at the front desk
  2. Swipe your BuckID (if you don’t have a BuckID, click on No BuckID and search your name by lastname.#)
  3. Select the unit you are there to see
  4. Select your appointment type: “I Contacted a Staff Member Directly” or “I Scheduled Online”
  5. If you contacted a staff member directly, select the staff member with whom you have an appointment
  6. If you scheduled online, select the time for your appointment

If you have any questions or need assistance, please ask the receptionist for help.

Ohio State-Malawi TeamImproving access to preventative and curative care to communities in rural Malawi and training doctors in China on issues critical to reducing pediatric violence and injury are two Ohio State projects recognized for their international impact. “The Umoyo wa Thanzi Research Collaborative” is the recipient of the Emerging International Engagement Award and the “China Pediatric Violence and Injury Prevention and Research International Program” is the recipient of the Distinguished International Engagement Award.

The Offices of Outreach and Engagement, International Affairs, Service-Learning, Undergraduate Education and Student Life recognize faculty, staff, students and community partners annually for outstanding achievement at the University Engagement Recognition Awards ceremony.

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International at Ohio State

  • Mandela Fellows Welcome Reception

    Mandela Fellows Welcomed To Ohio State Campus

    An opening reception at the Fisher College of Business on Monday evening June 19, 2017 welcomed the Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders to The Ohio State University. The fellows ...

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  • 2017 Wolfe Study Abroad Scholarship Recipients Recognized

    Wolfe Scholarship Supports Education Abroad Opportunities for Buckeyes

    The Office of International Affairs recently recognized the 2016-2017 recipients of the Wolfe Study Abroad Scholarship at the annual Wolfe Luncheon on April 17. President Michael V. Drake, MD, othe ...

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Global Perspectives News from International Affairs

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