In 2016, The Ohio State University's Office of International Affairs partnered with the Office of Research and Planning to assess the Fulbright Scholar Program. On November 26th, the Office of International Affairs released a full-length report detailing the findings of the study and outlining recommendations going forward.
A total of 360 Ohio State faculty and staff participated in the study's survey and focus groups, of which 39 of those participants represented the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences (CFAES).
The report was accompanied by an endorsment letter from Executive Vice President and Provost Bruce McPheron and Vice Provost for Academic Programs, W. Randy Smith, who acknowledged that the Fulbright Program "has proven to be an exceptional initiative, and one that fosters international educational exchange and long-term cooperative partnerships."
Click here to read the full report on the study's findings and recommendations.