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The Wolfe Study Abroad Luncheon is an annual event that celebrates the students who received scholarships to study abroad through the Wolfe Scholarship Fund. The Wolfe Study Abroad Scholarship has helped more than 250 undergraduate students from Ohio participate in a study abroad program.

Wolfe Study Abroad Scholarship Recipients 2016-2017The Office of International Affairs recently recognized the 2016-2017 recipients of the Wolfe Study Abroad Scholarship at the annual Wolfe Luncheon on April 17 at the Ohio Union. President Michael V. Drake, MD, other university leaders, the Wolfe family and representatives of The Dispatch Printing Company and the Wolfe Foundation, congratulated the 30 recipients. Students were awarded a $2,500 scholarship to help fund their individual long-term study abroad programs.

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The Office of International Affairs recently recognized the 2015-2016 recipients of the Wolfe Study Abroad Scholarship at the annual Wolfe Luncheon. President Michael V. Drake, MD, other university leaders and representatives of The Dispatch Printing Company, congratulated the 24 recipients. Students were awarded a $2,500 scholarship to help fund their individual long-term study abroad programs.

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. Over the last 16 years, scholarships in the amount of $2,000 each have been distributed annually to more than 390 undergraduate students. The Wolfe Scholarship, which is administered by the Office of International Affairs, is the cornerstone of Ohio State's study abroad programs and helps to enhance the educational experience of Ohio State students.

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Recipients of The Ohio State University Wolfe Study Abroad Scholarship reflect upon their international experiences.

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The Ohio State University Wolfe Study Abroad Scholarship recipients reflect upon their upcoming study abroad experiences. Produced by the Office of International Affairs, the video was first shown at the Wolfe Study Abroad Scholarship Recognition Luncheon on April 23, 2015.

Wolfe Scholarship Recipients

On Thursday, April 23, The Office of International Affairs recognized the 2014-2015 recipients of the Wolfe Study Abroad Scholarship. President Michael V. Drake, MD, other university leaders and John F. Wolfe, chairman of The Dispatch Printing Company, congratulated the 33 recipients. Students were awarded a $2,500 scholarship to help fund their individual long-term study abroad programs.

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. Over the last 16 years, scholarships in the amount of $2,000 each have been distributed annually to more than 390 undergraduate students. The Wolfe Scholarship, which is administered by the Office of International Affairs, is the cornerstone of Ohio State's study abroad programs and helps to enhance the educational experience of Ohio State students.

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On Wednesday, April 16, The Office of International Affairs recognized the 2013-2014 recipients of the Wolfe Study Abroad Scholarship. Interim President Joseph Alutto and other university leaders, past scholarship recipients, and John F. Wolfe, chairman and CEO of The Dispatch Printing Company, congratulated the 31 recipients. Students were awarded a $2,500 scholarship to help fund their individual long-term study abroad programs.

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The Ohio State University Wolfe Study Abroad Scholarship recipients reflect upon their upcoming study abroad experiences. The video was produced by the Office of International Affairs and first shown at the Wolfe Study Abroad Scholarship Recognition Luncheon on April 11, 2013.

32 Wolfe Study Abroad Scholarship recipients were honored on May 7, 2012 at the Ohio Union on the campus of The Ohio State University at the 13th Annual Wolfe Study Abroad Recognition Luncheon. The students were congratulated by President E. Gordon Gee, university leaders and John F. Wolfe, chairman and CEO of The Dispatch Printing Company. Each student was awarded a $2,500 scholarship to help fund their study individual long-term study abroad programs.

William Brustein's Remarks at the 13th Annual Study Abroad Recognition Luncheon

Gordon Gee's Remarks at the 13th Annual Study Abroad Recognition Luncheon

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The Ohio State University Wolfe Study Abroad Scholarship recipients reflect upon their upcoming study abroad experiences. The video was produced by the Office of International Affairs and first shown at the Wolfe Study Abroad Scholarship Recognition Luncheon on May 7, 2012.

Ohio State University Wolfe Study Abroad Scholarship recipients reflect their upcoming study abroad experiences. The video was produced by the Office of International Affairs and first shown at the Wolfe Study Abroad Scholarship Recognition Luncheon on May 9, 2011.

32 Wolfe Study Abroad Scholarship recipients were honored on May 9, 2011 at the Faculty Club on the campus of The Ohio State University at the 12th Annual Wolfe Study Abroad Recognition Luncheon. The students were congratulated by President E. Gordon Gee, university leaders and John F. Wolfe, chairman and CEO of The Dispatch Printing Company. Each student was awarded a $2,500 scholarship to help fund their study individual long-term study abroad programs.

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Wolfe Recipients 2011On Monday, May 9, The Office of International Affairs recognized 2010-2011 recipients of the Wolfe Study Abroad Scholarship. The 12th Annual Wolfe Study Abroad Recognition Luncheon honored students at the Faculty Club. President E. Gordon Gee and other university leaders, past scholarship recipients, and John F. Wolfe, chairman and CEO of The Dispatch Printing Company, congratulated the 32 recipients. Students were awarded a $2,500 scholarship to help fund their individual long-term study abroad programs.

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For the 2006-07 academic year, study abroad scholarships were awarded to:

  • Lauren Anderson, majoring in communications, (Ecuador)
  • Julie Baker, majoring in English, (England)
  • Matthew Bauman, (Germany)
  • Kyle Bergman, majoring in international studies, (Japan)
  • Amanda Bisesi, majoring in agricultural and extension education food, (Czech Republic)
  • Michael Brooks, majoring in agrobusiness food, (Australia)
  • Elizabeth Burns, majoring in French & Italian (Canada)
  • Jodi Burns, majoring in music education, (Austria)
  • Adam Davie, (Italy)
  • Emily Ellis, majoring in sociology, (Ireland)
  • Amanda Gamble, majoring in agricultural and extension education food, (Dominican Republic)
  • Kia Grant, majoring in communications, (Argentina)
  • Holly Hauser, majoring in veterinary medicine, (Australia)
  • Rachel Inboden, majoring in communications, (Spain)
  • Lisa Jankowski, majoring in Italian, (Italy)
  • Joan Janning, (Italy)
  • Robyn Luckett, majoring in nursing, (Australia)
  • Audrey Monroe, majoring in political science, (Germany)
  • Shaun Newcomer, majoring in economicc, (China)
  • Erika Nosrati, majoring in human resource management, (France)
  • Tierra Poindexter, majoring in criminology, (Ecuador)
  • Andrew Riedy, majoring in arts and sciences, (Russia)
  • Andrew Spearman, (Denmark)
  • Jason Terry, majoring in French and Italian, (France)
  • Nicholas Torres, (Mexico)
  • Meghan Watson, majoring in international studies, (Spain)

For the 2005-06 academic year, study abroad scholarships were awarded to:

  • Lisa Baehr, majoring in Spanish (Spain)
  • Rosemary Blackburn-Smith, majoring in international studies, (France)
  • Evan Brooks, majoring in journalism, (China)
  • Sheryn Bruff, majoring in animal sciences 
  • Mark Cribbet, majoring in arts and sciences, (Multiple)
  • Justin Crooks, majoring in English, (Ecuador)
  • Norah Dick, majoring in psychology, (England) 
  • Sara Elizondo, majoring in pre-Art, (Ecuador)
  • Melissa Henwood, majoring in animal sciences, (Australia)
  • Kevin Kestner, majoring in history, (Germany)
  • Kay-lyn Lambert, majoring in agricultural and extension education, (Dominican Republic)
  • Bonnie Milligan, majoring in theatre, (England)
  • Emily Neymeyer, majoring in architecture, (Italy)
  • Matthew Peterman, majoring in finance, (England)
  • Samantha Popa, majoring in architecture, (Italy)
  • Vincent Safarik, majoring in international studies, (Russia)
  • Said Sariolghalam, majoring in human resources, (France)
  • Steven Strong, majoring in east Asian languages and literatures, (Japan)
  • Andrea Stroup, majoring in international Studies, (Dominican Republic)
  • Mark Summers, majoring in marketing, (Denmark)
  • Jonathan Teller, majoring in architecture, (Europe) 
  • Anne Weckesser, majoring in nursing, (Australia)

For the 2004-05 academic year, study abroad scholarships were awarded to:

  • Winmay Au, majoring in architecture (France)
  • Jason Block, majoring in accounting, (England)
  • Andrew Calhoun, majoring in architecture, (Italy)
  • Mun Chuk Chong, majoring in marketing, (France) 
  • Tiffany Christie, majoring in exploration, (Spain)
  • Robert Daniell, majoring in physics
  • Wendy Dray, majoring in German, (Germany)
  • Mark Dyer, majoring in history, (France) 
  • Deborah Elliott, majoring in history of art, Canada)
  • Kali Gallaher, majoring in animal science, (Australia)
  • Joseph Gerber, majoring in history, (France)
  • Kevin Hartzell, majoring in turf science, (Turf Science)
  • Kyla Hedges, majoring in pollitical science, (Italy)
  • Gregory Lawrence, majoring in architecture (France)
  • Emily McClanahan, majoring in nursing, (Australia)
  • Clint Nethero, majoring in international business, (China)
  • Carolyn Pierce, majoring in political science, (Sweden)
  • Seth Reno, majoring in English, (England)
  • Douglas Shaffer, majoring in history (Russia)
  • Gregory Thompson, majoring in accounting, (Scotland)
  • Anne Ugodnikova, majoring in marketing, (France)
  • Travis Waller, majoring in finance and economics, (Denmark) 
  • Brandon Williams, majoring in marketing, (England)

For the 2003-04 academic year, Wolfe Study Abroad Scholarships were awarded to:

  • Nelson Carson, majoring in international business, (France)
  • Sara Dement, majoring in nursing, (Australia)
  • Taya Flores, majoring in communications, (Spain)
  • Evan Gardner, majoring in east Asian languages and literatures, (Japan)
  • Kevin Haldeman, majoring in east Asian languages and literatures, (Japan)
  • Joshua Hardesty, majoring in architecture, (Italy)
  • Geri Hirsch, majoring in accounting, (England)
  • Anneke Holquist, majoring in international studies, (France)
  • Keith Lazuka, majoring in computer and information science, (Russia)
  • Laura Lepicovska, majoring in French, (France)
  • Kristopher Lucius, majoring in landscape architecture, (Slovenia)
  • Joshua Mapes, majoring in business, (England)
  • Ryan Mapes, majoring in finance, (France)
  • Lindsey McDougle, majoring in environmental and natural resouces, (Czech Republic)
  • Justin Moore, majoring in finance (England)
  • Tracie Mulhausen, majoring in logistics, (Denmark)
  • Andrew Plagenz, majoring in natural resources, (Russia)
  • Brett Profitt, majoring in music, (Japan)
  • Elizabth Rice, majoring in political science, (Multiple)
  • Lane Scarberry, majoring in theatre (England)
  • Brehan Shamlin, majoring in landscape architecture
  • Robert Sledge, majoring in information systems and technology, (England)
  • Benjamin Phillip Tear, (Scotland)

For the 2002-03 academic year, study abroad scholarships were awarded to:

  • Heather Bowditch, majoring in psychology
  • Kyle Bunke, majoring in architecture
  • Meghan Burke, majoring in personalized study program, (Equador)
  • Eliot Conaway, majoring in German, (Germany) 
  • Lehenry Givens, majoring in exploration, (Ghana)
  • Chantal Johnson, majoring in psychology, (Tanzania)
  • Amit Joshi, majoring in computer science and engineering, (Japan)
  • Hannah Lee, majoring in physics, (Korea) 
  • Jacquelin Lewis, majoring in arts and sciences, (France)
  • Anne Logue, majoring in arts and sciences, (France)
  • Theresa Magree, majoring in English, (England)
  • Julianne Mills, majoring in evolution, ecology, and organismal biology, (Netherlands)
  • Rebekah Moser, majoring in English, (England)
  • Brock Newton, majoring in political science (France)
  • David Paris, majoring in family resource management, (China)
  • Tatum Phan, majoring in psychology, (Czech Republic)
  • Braine Powers, majoring in accounting, (France)
  • Jacob Ruh, majoring in English, (Australia)
  • Abigail Santner, majoring in art (France)
  • Kelly Schultheis, majoring in human development and family science, (Australia)
  • Mitchell Shankman, majoring in finance, (France)
  • Gabrielle Stevens, majoring in English, (England) 
  • Roni Thomas, majoring in international business, (Spain)
  • Rachelle Thurik, majoring in textiles and clothing (England)
  • Keena Webb, majoring in enviromental science, (Russia)
  • Sheree Williams, majoring in sociology, (Canada) 
  • Dana Woll, majoring in visual design, (England)

For the 2001-02 academic year, study abroad scholarships were awarded to:

  • Katherine Andrews, majoring in English, (England)
  • Ahmad Rasian Arida, majoring in biology, (Jordan)
  • Brian Barkhurst, majoring in arts and sciences, (Spain)
  • Brandi Bugh, majoring in anthropology 
  • Adam Buxton, majoring in pre-mechanical engineering, (Germany)
  • Ka Chio, majoring in business, (Japan)
  • Noel Coffman, majoring in pre-mechanical engineering, (England)
  • Rae Cunningham, majoring in English
  • Shelly Daft, majoring in design, (Finland)
  • Joseph Deveny, majoring in German, (Russia)
  • Kenneth Galloway, majoring in international business, (Mexico)
  • Jennifer Gutierrez, majoring in Spanish
  • Joseph Matthews, majoring in arts and sciences and Japanese (Japan)
  • Ayama Newton, majoring in textiles and clothing (England)
  • Sara Sapochack, majoring in animal science, (Swaziland)
  • Colleen Sharkey, majoring in social work, (India)
  • McCain Smith, majoring in international business, (France)
  • Kimberley Sondles, majoring in human development and family science, (Australia)
  • Cori Stevens, majoring in German (Germany)
  • Nicole Winkle, majoring in marketing (Mexico)
  • Kristen Elizabeth Woosley, (Australia)