Like so many others across the country, our community is watching events unfold in Ukraine. Our thoughts are with students, faculty and staff impacted by the war. Ohio State has always been and always will be an institution that celebrates diversity and stands for dialogue and diplomacy over violence.
While this crisis is ongoing, an action we can collectively take is to engage in discourse and education. There are many resources available to help those impacted by the war as well as for all of us to learn about the roots of the crisis. Ohio State’s motto is Education for Citizenship, and as part of the university’s commitment to develop informed citizens and support our community, the Office of Academic Affairs and the Office of International Affairs have partnered to provide a centralized list of academic and support resources for the campus community.
In response to Governor Mike DeWine’s Executive Order 22-02D prohibiting state of Ohio investment or purchasing activity from aiding Russia, Ohio State has reviewed contracts, investments and purchases and has determined that the university does not currently have any Russian suppliers and does not have any direct Russian holdings in its endowment or other university investment funds.
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Center for Slavic, East European and Eurasian Studies - Ukraine Wednesdays Lecture Series
Center for Slavic, East European and Eurasian Studies
The Center for Slavic, East European and Eurasian Studies promotes the study of Central Europe, Eastern Europe, Eurasia, Russia, and Southeastern Europe by organizing outreach events for the community and educators, supporting foreign language education, and creating resources to advance the knowledge of these regions.
CSEEES has compiled and will add to a list of articles, books, events and films to help provide context and background for the conflict in Ukraine, which the Center will regularly update.
College of Arts and Sciences
Experts in the College of Arts and Sciences discuss Russian invasion of Ukraine in media outlets.
Fisher College of Business - Office of Global Business
Every day, the war in Ukraine is changing how businesses and industries around the world are operating. This ripple effect demonstrates the interconnectedness of our global marketplace and highlights the critical importance of geopolitical and international business perspectives.
Many organizations around the world are accepting donations to help those impacted by the war in Ukraine. The New York Times recently published an opinion piece that features four organizations vetted by reputable charity evaluators and shares sound advice from experts about what to consider when donating to humanitarian relief efforts for Ukraine. The four organizations featured in the article include:
There are no known Ohio State travelers in Russia or Ukraine at this time.