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Apr 6, 2022

Office of International Affairs awards 58 Buckeyes global education scholarships

The Office of International Affairs recognized 58 Ohio State students and awarded $109,000 in scholarships for summer 2022, autumn 2022 and academic year 2022-2023 global education programs. Ranging from $500 and $3,000, these scholarships will provide students with assistance for global education program fees and living expenses abroad.

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. The scholarship supports students from Ohio who plan to participate in longer-term global education programs.

Wolfe Study Abroad Scholarships were awarded to:

  • Maria Bradbury, majoring in psychology (Medieval Art in Italy: Rome and Florence)
  • Josh Brofford, majoring in civil engineering (Engineering the Castles and Cathedrals of England and Wales)
  • Veronica Cook, majoring in English (British Horror Film in London)
  • Becca Duncan, majoring in journalism (Medieval Art in Italy: Rome and Florence)
  • Jacob English, majoring in mechanical engineering (Engineering the Castles and Cathedrals of England and Wales)
  • Angela Fisher, majoring in marketing (FCOB Industry Immersion: Italy)
  • Raquel Foster, majoring in biology (Medieval Art in Italy: Rome and Florence)
  • Allie Gerckens, majoring in music education (Music, Education, and Artistry: The Heart of Europe)
  • Tim Greenwell, majoring in international business (ISA Barcelona, Spain: Spanish Language and Culture)
  • Angela Heaney, majoring in international studies (IAU: Aix-en-Provence, France)
  • Kelsie Hegemeyer, majoring in marketing (Fisher Global Internships: France)
  • Natalie Huryn, majoring in neuroscience (The Italian City)
  • Noah Jagielski, majoring in English (Literature and Culture of London)
  • David Jones, majoring in romance studies (Summer French at Laval)
  • Chelle Lewis, majoring in Korean (Yonsei University)
  • Casey Madison, majoring in biology (Goethe-Institut)
  • Mackenzie Nosker, majoring in psychology (ISA Salamanca, Spain: Spanish Language & Culture)
  • Devon Olding, majoring in Japanese (Tenri University)
  • Jamesha Powell, majoring in international studies (Education Abroad Network: Summer in Seoul)
  • Teagan Reasch, majoring in political science (Global May Great Britain)
  • Carli Robertson, majoring in marketing (Global May Paris)
  • Audrey Smith, majoring in English (Arcadia in London)
  • Blaise Tayese, majoring in (COWA: Summer GE Spanish Language)
  • Nia Terrell, majoring in computer science and engineering (The Italian City)
  • Madeline Vogelmeier, majoring in art (Medieval Art in Italy: Rome and Florence)
  • Averi Wolf, majoring in interior design (Medieval Art in Italy: Rome and Florence)
  • Cecilia Yontz, majoring in international business (Global May Paris)
  • Caroline Stollar, majoring in public management, leadership and policy (Fisher Global Internships: Ireland)
  • Ava Mastrianni, majoring in environmental policy and decision making (Sciences Po)
  • Sam Buehler, majoring in forestry, fisheries and wildlife (Arcadia University – James Cook University)

The Francille M. Firebaugh Global Education Fund supports Ohio State students seeking global education programs that are relevant to students’ academic goals, career goals and academic achievement.

Francille M. Firebaugh Global Education Fund scholarships were awarded to:

  • Vivian Corey, majoring in exercise science (Dance Denmark)
  • Bethany Masseburg-Jackson, majoring in electrical and computer engineering (Literature and Culture of London)
  • Angela Ciarochi, majoring in communications (S’ant Anna)
  • Joseph Krol, majoring in actuarial ccience (Global May Great Britain)
  • Maya Maurer, majoring in political science (Sogang University)
  • Alyssa Torres, majoring in biochemistry (ISA Valencia, Spain: Hispanic Studies)
  • Grace Bates, majoring in zoology (Tropical Field Ecology in Panama)
  • Nyah Conway, majoring in medical anthropology (ISA Barcelona, Spain: Spanish Language & Culture)
  • Quinn Knopp, majoring in film studies (Education Abroad Network: Summer in Seoul)
  • Rachel Simroth, majoring in international studies (FIE: Conflict and the Struggle for Peace: Explorations in Ireland and the Middle East)

The Global Education Endowed Fund will help provide financial support to students who plan to participate in Ohio State global education programs to enhance their educational experience.

Global Education Endowed Fund scholarships were awarded to:

  • Kaira Mack, majoring in psychology (Multicultural Histories and Legacies of Rome: Classics, Colosseums and Cathedrals)

Kathryn M. and Dan E. Moore Study Abroad Scholarships provide support to undergraduate students in their second, third or fourth year who demonstrate financial need, involvement in a student organization(s) and participation in a global education program lasting at least one semester.

Kathryn M. and Dan E. Moore Study Abroad Scholarships were awarded to:

  • Unni Shreram, majoring in mathematics (Global May Spain)
  • Jay Lin, majoring in biochemistry (Medieval Art in Italy: Rome and Florence)
  • Lilly Vagedes, majoring in chemical engineering (Engineering the Castles and Cathedrals of England and Wales)
  • Sarah Cosentino, majoring in marketing (Fisher College of Business Undergraduate Exchange – Universita Commerciale Luigi)

The John T. Mount Fund for Regional Campuses scholarships are awarded to at least one Ohio State student attending a regional campus per semester.

John T. Mount Fund for Regional Campuses scholarships were awarded to:

  • Alison Walker, majoring in history of art (Medieval Art in Italy: Rome & Florence)

The Jutta and Peter Neckermann Study Abroad Scholarship Fund provides scholarships for students who plan to participate in global education programs in Germany.

The Jutta and Peter Neckermann Study Abroad Scholarship Fund scholarships were awarded to:

  • Harrison Thow, majoring in biochemistry (Goethe-Institut)
  • Monserrat Tlahuel-Flores, majoring in business (FCOB Freshman Global Lab)
  • Victoria Carlson, majoring in landscape architecture (European Cities and Sustainable Urban Planning Practice
  • Juhi Rai, majoring in marketing (FCOB Freshman Global Lab)
  • Eric Rodriguez, majoring in marketing (FCOB Freshman Global Lab)

The Daniel G. Amstutz International Studies Scholarship Fund supports students in the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences, the Fisher College of Business or the College of Humanities who are engaged in the study of and/or research of international trade or other international topics.

The Daniel G. Amstutz International Studies Scholarship Fund scholarships were awarded to:

  • Miller Alspaugh, majoring in finance (Fisher Global Internships: Spain)
  • Kelly Bennett, majoring in finance (Fisher Global Internships: England)
  • Jordan Harkins, majoring in marketing (FCOB Industry Immersion: Italy)
  • Erin Roughan, majoring in marketing (Fisher Global Internships: France)

The O-H-I-O Global Education Scholarship was established in 2016 by the Office of International Affairs to support and encourage underrepresented and diverse student access to Ohio State global education opportunities.

O-H-I-O Global Education Scholarship recipients include:

  • Trinity Feliciano, majoring in criminology

The Boshara-Iannotti Family Scholarship for Young Scholars Studying Abroad provides up to two annual global education scholarships to students who are participating in the Young Scholars Program.

Boshara-Iannotti Family Scholarship for Young Scholars Studying Abroad recipients include:

  • Sarah Al-Hashemi, majoring in public health
  • Rabika Lohar, majoring in biology (Yonsei University)