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Nanavati Hospital 3The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center conducted an Endoscopic Skull Base Surgery workshop at Nanavati Hospital on March 9 – 11, 2018. Ricardo Carrau, MD, Comprehensive Skull Base Surgery program director, and Daniel Prevedello, MD, Minimally Invasive Cranial Surgery program director, with the Wexner Medical Center, highlighted lectures and interactive discussions, live surgery and cadaveric prosections of skull base endoscopic surgeries.

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Paul Tek Shing Yin 尹德勝 is the president and CEO of Dah Chung Holding Limited and Screw & Fastener Investment Limited. He is also independent non-executive director of Qingdao Holdings International Limited. Paul earned Silver Bauhinia Star, second rank in the Order of the Bauhinia Star in Hong Kong for distinguished members who have devoted to public service leadership for a long period. He is the member of HKSAR Justices of the Peace (non-government) and a founding advisory board member of the Ohio State Hong Kong and Shanghai Alumni Chapters. 

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MIQThe Ohio State Fisher College of Business will partner with Mahindra & Mahindra to train their senior executives in a variety of areas including data analysis and operational excellence. The collaboration will be formalized through a memorandum of understanding.

Peter Ward, associate dean, and Aravind Chandrasekaran, associate professor, with the Fisher College of Business, Harsh Kumar, director, and Rajinder Singh, executive dean of Mahindra Institute of Quality, met in February 2018 to discuss the possibility of Ohio State providing various customized training and certification programs for the company.

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SarahRettigJunior Sarah Rettig studied abroad in Barcelona, Spain, through the ISA Barcelona, Spain: Spanish Language, Liberal Arts and Business program during autumn 2017.

"I believe study abroad is an opportunity that should never be passed up. Travel exposes you to completely new and unfamiliar environments, ways of life, ideas and cultures. Making my way in a foreign country in another language was a huge challenge and gave me greater confidence, independence and whole new view of the world. I think the challenges that living abroad poses and the memories you make on such a journey make study abroad a great opportunity for everyone. You never know how study abroad will change you and enable you to grow."

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Salome Fouts with Matt Schneider in UgandaSalome Fouts, senior lecturer and the director of African Languages at the Center for Languages, Literatures, and Cultures, has received the Provost's Award for Distinguished Teaching by a Lecturer. Fouts has served as a resident director for the Global May Uganda program for four years and is taking Buckeyes abroad again this summer.

Upon receiving the award, Fouts expressed, "I am very humbled by this award. I want to thank you all for your amazing support, encouragement and guidance through the years."

Visit Provost's Award for Distinguished Teaching by a Lecturer, 2018 for details about the nomination and award.

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Students traveling abroad over spring break should take some simple steps to help themselves remain safe and enjoy their time in another country. It’s important to check out the U.S. Department of State’s website to see if a travel alert or advisory has been issued in the country to which you are traveling, and follow any tips or advice that may be provided. Make sure all your international travel documents are in order, including your passport, and know the location of the nearest U.S. embassy or consulate in case of emergency. Remember to register your trip abroad with The Smart Traveler Enrollment Program, so the Department of State can better assist you in an emergency. The website also has loads of information about passports, health and safety issues and traveling smart.

Whether you are traveling to another country for vacation or on a traditional study abroad program, the Office of International Affairs can help students be better prepared. The education abroad section of our website contains information about passports, money, packing, cultural adjustment and more. You can also find specific information regarding traveler health and safety.

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JayneTouatiJayne Touati, a senior international studies major, studied abroad for a semester in Madrid, Spain, during autumn 2017. 

"My favorite transformational moment was when I was in Barcelona on the day Catalonia attempted to declare independence. I had then realized that despite the probable failure of the independence movement, I was actively watching history being made and seeing these people believe their world was going to change." 

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Dr. Aravind ChandrasekaranArvind Chandrasekaran, Fisher College of Business associate professor and Center for Operational Excellence associate director, conducted a two day executive excellence training program for Tata Group senior executives in Pune at the Tata Management Training Centre in February 2018. More than 25 senior leaders from Tata Group attended this program.

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Office of International Affairs at AIEA Annual ConferenceOne of three universities representing the spectrum of U.S. higher education on a panel of how the Fulbright Program is critical to internationalizing a university campus, The Ohio State University shared preliminary results of a campus-wide survey on the Fulbright Program at the 2018 AIEA annual conference. “The Internationalization Imperative in Turbulent Times” conference in Washington D.C. brought together senior international officers from over 45 countries for three days of thought-provoking and stimulating sessions examining strategies to best support internationalization at research, two-year and teaching institutions.

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AZPThe Alpha Zeta Partners (AZP) education abroad program (AZP) was in Brazil from January 3 - February 9.

The purpose of the Alpha Zeta fraternity is to bring together a group of men and women interested in the continued advancement of agriculture and natural resources and to foster and develop high standards of scholarship, character, leadership and a spirit of fellowship among its members.

The group of 17 students from the Ohio State College of Food, Agricultural and Environmental Sciences (CFAES) accompanied by Associate Professor Jeff King, PhD, spent their time in Brazil attending Portuguese and agriculture classes at Ohio State’s partner, Luiz de Queiroz College of Agriculture at the University of São Paulo (ESALQ – USP), a top university in Latin America, which is located in Piracicaba.

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