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Teaching Chinese Resources (student)

STARTALK Sprouting Student Program

Chinese • June 11, 2012July 13, 2012
  • Kit Carson Enpowered Elementary School, Las Vegas, NV

The focus of the programs is to provide the students the opportunity to learn basic Chinese language and the culture within a relaxed and welcoming environment. The goal is for students to be able to greet people and handle daily conversation about themselves and their families by the end of the summer. The conversational themes and topics being addressed include age/grade, numbers, dates (years, months, and days), family members, and countries. The cultural topics include calligraphy, festivals, crafts (lantern making, knots, etc.), Chinese games, lion dance and yoyo. The program hopes to inspire the student’s interest to continue learning about the Chinese language and culture.

626-593-9871 • contact@teachingchinese.orghttp://www.teachingchinese.org/student

Teaching Chinese Resources (student)

Startalk Goodwill Student program

Chinese • June 25, 2012July 27, 2012
  • Emmaus School, Alhambra, CA
  • Macy Intermediate School, Monterey Park, CA
  • Troy High School, Fullerton, CA
  • Mission Hills High School, San Marcos, CA
  • Alvin Dunn elementary school, San Marcos, CA
  • Riverview Elementary School, Lakeside, CA
  • Fairmont Elementary School, Yorba Linda, CA
  • Richard Henny Dana Middle School, Hawthorne, CA
  • The Huntington Library and Garden, San Marino, CA
  • Dean Shively Middle School, El Monte, CA
  • Pioneer Middle School, Tustin, CA
  • Cerritos High School, Cerritos, CA

The focus of the programs is to provide the students the opportunity to learn basic Chinese language and the culture within a relaxed and welcoming environment. The goal is for students to be able to greet people and handle daily conversation about themselves and their families by the end of the summer. The conversational themes and topics being addressed include age/grade, numbers, dates (years, months, and days), family members, and countries. The cultural topics include calligraphy, festivals, crafts (lantern making, knots, etc.), Chinese games, lion dance and yo-yo. The program hopes to inspire the student’s interest to continue learning about the Chinese language and culture. And, the Huntington Library and Gardens program is designated for intermediate level and up students who will be trained to be bilingual docent at the Chinese Garden of the library and be able to tour the beautiful garden at the end of program.

626-593-9871 • contact@teachingchinese.orghttp://www.teachingchinese.org/student

Teaching Chinese Resources (teacher)

STARTALK Sprouting Teacher Program

Chinese • June 1, 2013June 14, 2013
  • Las Vegas Chinese School, Las Vegas, NV

The workshop is instucted by Dr. Wei-Ling Wu and designed to help certificated and heritage Chiense language teachers understand the differences between teaching L2 and HL learners, thematic planning, and effective tasks-based teaching strategies that take students’ proficiencies into consideration. Participants will apply the principles of Understanding by Design to implement their own teaching plans and select materials and assessment tools for teaching in Chinese classrooms in a variety of educational settings, including K–12 schools, Chinese language schools, and summer camps.

626-377-1620 • historybee@hotmail.comhttp://www.teachingchinese.org/teacher

Teaching Chinese Resources (student)

STARTALK Goodwill Student Program

Chinese • June 27, 2013July 26, 2013
  • Beardslee Elementary, Duarte, CA
  • El Dorado High School, Placentia, CA
  • Dean Shively Middle School, El Monte, CA
  • Troy High School, Fullerton, CA
  • Cerritos High School, Cerritos, CA
  • Knob Hill Elementary school, San Marcos, CA
  • Macy Intermediate School, Monterey Park, CA
  • Orchard Hills School, Irvine, CA
  • Riverview Elementary School, Lakeside, CA
  • Emmaus School, Alhambra, CA
  • Mission Hills High School, San Marcos, CA

The focus of the programs is to provide the students the opportunity to learn basic Chinese language and the culture within a relaxed and welcoming environment. The goal is for students to be able to greet people and handle daily conversation about themselves and their families by the end of the summer. The conversational themes and topics being addressed include age/grade, numbers, dates (years, months, and days), family members, and countries. The cultural topics include calligraphy, festivals, crafts (lantern making, knots, etc.), Chinese games, lion dance and yo-yo. The program hopes to inspire the student’s interest to continue learning about the Chinese language and culture. And, the Huntington Library and Gardens program is designated for intermediate level and up students who will be trained to be bilingual docent at the Chinese Garden of the library and be able to tour the beautiful garden at the end of program.

626-593-9871 • historybee@hotmail.comhttp://www.teachingchinese.org/student

Teaching Chinese Resources (teacher)

STARTALK Sprouting Teacher Program

Chinese
  • June 7, 2014August 30, 2014: Program segment (face-to-face)
  • Clark County School District, Las Vegas, NV

The workshop is instucted by Dr. Wei-Ling Wu and designed to help certificated and heritage Chiense language teachers understand the differences between teaching L2 and HL learners, thematic planning, and effective tasks-based teaching strategies that take students’ proficiencies into consideration. Participants will apply the principles of Understanding by Design to implement their own teaching plans and select materials and assessment tools for teaching in Chinese classrooms in a variety of educational settings, including K–12 schools, Chinese language schools, and summer camps.

626-593-9871 • contact@teachingchinese.orghttp://teachingchinese.org/teacher

Teaching Chinese Resources (student)

STARTALK Good Will Student Program

Chinese
  • June 23, 2014July 25, 2014: Program segment (face-to-face)
  • Bernard Elementary School, San Diego, CA
  • Macy Intermediate School, Monterey Park, CA
  • Cerritos High School, Cerritos, CA

This four to five weeks program provides the opportunity for non-heritage students in Grades 3-8 to learn Chinese as beginners. Following picture book”?????”, standards-based instruction and theme-based lesson plan that are developed by the Teacher Program, students will receive intensive language instruction and participate in hands-on cultural activities. They will develop basic skills for performing simple everyday tasks such as exchanging information about oneself and families, asking and telling time, and finding out the science information about the growth of beans. Students learning outcome will be demonstrated through daily activities and performance assessments such as role playing, family presentations and prepare shopping list. At the end of the course they will interview each other and make presentations to report on the information gained, also make a skit “My Family Life” according to the picture book. Modern technology will be an integrated focus of the program to assist instruction and encourage student interaction.

626-593-9871 • contact@teachingchinese.orghttp://teachingchinese.org/student

Teaching Chinese Resources (student)

STARTALK Sprouting Student Program

Chinese
  • July 7, 2014August 1, 2014: Program segment (face-to-face)
  • Winchester Cultural Center, Las Vegas, NV
  • Basic High School, Henderson, NV

The focus of the programs is to provide the students the opportunity to learn basic Chinese language and the culture within a relaxed and welcoming environment. The goal is for students to be able to greet people and handle daily conversation about themselves and their families by the end of the summer. The conversational themes and topics being addressed include age/grade, numbers, dates (years, months, and days), family members, and countries. The cultural topics include calligraphy, festivals, crafts (lantern making, knots, etc.), Chinese games, lion dance and yo-yo. The program hopes to inspire the student’s interest to continue learning about the Chinese language and culture. And, the Huntington Library and Gardens program is designated for intermediate level and up students who will be trained to be bilingual docent at the Chinese Garden of the library and be able to tour the beautiful garden at the end of program.

626-593-9871 • contact@teachingchinese.orghttp://teachingchinese.org/student

Teaching Chinese Resurces (teacher)

STARTALK Goodwill Teacher Program

Chinese • May 25, 2013June 15, 2013
  • Chinese Culture Center, El Monte, CA

The workshop is designed to help certificated and heritage Chinese language teachers understand the differences between teaching L2 and HL learners, thematic planning, and effective tasks-based teaching strategies that take students’ proficiencies into consideration. Participants will apply the principles of Understanding by Design to implement their own teaching plans and select materials and assessment tools for teaching in Chinese classrooms in a variety of educational settings, including K–12 schools, Chinese language schools, and summer camps. The workshop will also offer participants the know-how and hands-on experience to practice differentiated instruction in 80-hour summer Chinese classroom settings in which both heritage and L2 learners will be mixed.

626-593-9871 • historybee@hotmail.comhttp://www.teachingchinese.org/teacher

Texas A&M University at College Station (student)

A Virtual Trip to East Asia: STARTALK Summer Programs in Chinese and Korean

Chinese, Korean
  • June 2, 2015June 26, 2015: Program segment (face-to-face)
  • Pebble Creek Elementary School, College Station, TX

This summer program provides engaging and stimulating language and culture learning experiences in Chinese and Korean to a total of 45 non-heritage language learners in 3rd/4th grades. In the four-week program, students will develop communicative competence and cultural awareness in Chinese/ Korean through the theme A Trip to East Asia. They will follow two characters on a trip to China/ Korea and learn to use the target language with authentic materials and in culture-rich contexts. Standards-based and thematically-organized curriculum will be developed and implemented by a team consisting of language teachers, graduate students and university faculty who are proficient in the target languages and cultures, knowledgeable about the US education system, and experienced in implementing world language pedagogy. Students’ learning of the target language and culture will be further reinforced through the use of technology and project-based learning in STEM.

217-649-2313 • lijenkuo@tamu.edu

The Aldeen Foundation (teacher)

Arabic 4 All Teacher Training

Arabic • May 15, 2012June 29, 2012
  • New Horizon School, Pasadena, CA

Aldeenstartalk teacher training "Arabic 4 All" 2012 will prepare fifteen teachers to meet key technological, pedagogical and reflective practices needed for effective teaching. This workshop is designed to help experienced (at least three years)Arabic language teachers better understand the differences between 2L and HL learners, and learn how to differentiate curriculum and instruction to address the range of skill levels present in HL classes. • Teaching heritage language learners • Instructional planning and strategies for heritage learners • Differentiated instruction for mixed level and mixed HLs/non-HLs • Standards based instruction • Technology use in heritage and non heritage language class After the two weeks of online and one week of face to face training, the training will help strengthening participants’ understanding of the differences between teaching L2 and a heritage language. The Five C’s from the Standards for Foreign Language Learning in the 21st Century is the underlying principle of the curriculum and various approaches and methods in implementing these Standards in the heritage language classroom. Participants will learn how to use differentiated teaching. Attention will be paid to teaching mixed classes: heritage and non-heritage speakers or heritage speakers of various levels of proficiency in the same class.

626-577-2199 • Aldeenstartalk09@aldeenfoundation.orghttp:// www.Aldeenfoundation.org

The Aldeen Foundation (student)

Arabic 4 All: Student Program

Arabic • July 2, 2012July 18, 2012
  • New Horizon School, PAsadena, CA

This intensive Three weeks non residential course is open for high school students who want to develop literacy and a deeper understanding of historical and contemporary Arabic literature and culture. The program welcomes as well students with no previous knowledge of Arabic.... The classroom setting will allow heritage language learners (HLL) and second language (2L) to interact and exchange cultural information during the program. The Arabic 4 All project-based curriculum will allow students to build academic proficiency in Arabic, using culturally relevant themes such as literature, geography, famous figures, historical, scientists and poetry as a vehicle for listening, writing, speaking, and reading tasks. Students will have access to individualized instruction and feedback. The course is equivalent of four college units from Cal State University of world language instruction. Students will have an opportunity daily to interacts, exchange information during lunch time, field trips and enrichment period

626-577-2199 • lkholaki@gmail.comhttp://www.Aldeenfoundation.org

The Aldeen Foundation (student)

Stay Fit and Healthy

Arabic • June 24, 2013July 5, 2013
  • Aldeenfoundation, Pasadena, CA

The program will accommodate both novice Arabic language learners and heritage learners as well. Students will have pre-program online for one week and 2 weeks of face to face Arabic language. Heritage learners will have pre- program readings and online assignments, novice language learners will work with the BYKI program to familiarize themselves with most frequent vocabulary words on the theme they are going to be introduced to on face to face days. This intensive nonresidential program is open for high school students who want to develop literacy and report understanding of Arabic language and culture. The program welcomes as well students with no previous knowledge of Arabic. The classroom setting will allow heritage language learners and second language learners to interact and exchange culture information during the program. The Arabic standard based curriculum will allow students to build academic proficiency in Arabic, using culturally relevant themes such as nutrition, nutritional values of authentic dishes, exercise, and to keep a healthy body as a vehicle for listening, writing, speaking, and reading tasks. Students will have access to individualized instruction and feedback. The course is equivalent of four college units from Cal State University of world language instruction.

818-219-6212 • lkholaki@gmail.comhttp://www.aldeenfoundation.org/

The Arabic Language and Culture Institute (student)

The Arabic Language and Culture Institute's Summer STARTALK Program: "Connecting Locally, Connecting Globally"

Arabic • June 18, 2012July 28, 2012
  • JCPS ESL Newcomer Academy, Louisville, KY

Two Programs: Grades 3-5: June 18 - July 2, 2012 (9:30am - 1:30pm) Grades 6-12: July 9 - 28, 2012 (9:30am - 3:30pm) The Arabic Language and Culture Institute’s "Startalk Summer Institute" will provide an exceptional Arabic language learning experience for up to 62 public and private elementary (heritage and non-native), middle and high school students from the Kentuckiana region. During the four (grades 3-5) and six (for grades 6-12) hour-long daily learning sessions, students will participate in intensive language instruction in environments of authentic culture and interactive technology. The program will offer an instructional staff trained in the ACTFL/Startalk Standards for For Foreign Language Learning, and students will benefit from a number of special learning opportunities which have been arranged via relationships held between the Arabic Language and Culture Institute and community partners (Jefferson County Public Schools, The Mohammed Ali Center and Louisville Free Public Libraries). Elementary and middle/high components will run at separate times over period of five weeks from June 18 - July 28, 2012. This program is made FREE by the National Security Agency and the National Foreign Language Center and registration is limited.

502-644-2784 • julie@arabiclci.comhttp://www.arabiclci.com

The Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin System (student)

STARTALK: Pushkin Summer Institute in Russian Language

Russian • Residential Program
  • June 23, 2014August 1, 2014: Program segment (face-to-face)
  • University of Wisconsin - Madison, Madison, WI

The Pushkin Summer Institute (PSI) at UW-Madison attracts academically serious high school students from underrepresented communities to its intensive 6-week program in Russian language and culture. Central to the PSI mission is the goal of drawing a new, diverse population (in terms of ethnicity, race, and socio-economic status) to the field of Russian studies. Piloted in 2012, the PSI program offers intensive classroom instruction and a well-developed, integrated extracurricular program that allows students to put their Russian skills into practice in a variety of situations. Upon completion of the program students return to their high schools to continue Russian instruction and act as mentors to their fellow students. Most of our participants will be first-generation college students, and the PSI program endeavors to prepare these young people for life on a major university campus with the longer-term goal of helping them make a successful transition from high school to college and providing them with a strong foundation for their college career. Once PSI alumni enter college, it is anticipated that they will place into a higher level of Russian in their freshmen year and will be strong candidates for intensive programs such as the Russian Flagship at UW-Madison.

608-262-3498 • dmbethea@wisc.eduhttp://pushkin.wisc.edu

The Chinese Summer Immersion Program for Central New York Students (student)

Hamilton College (student)

Chinese • July 8, 2012July 14, 2012Residential Program
  • Hamilton College, Clinton, NY

The Chinese Summer Immersion Program for Central New York Students is designed as a one-week residential camp program. The program aims to provide a rewarding summer immersion experience for 16 highly motivated students. Program Goals Provide students a language immersion experience on the Hamilton College campus Improve students' linguistic proficiency and cultural competency through an outcome-based curriculum, task-based instruction, authentic cultural experience, and individualized one-on-one online tutoring and peer interaction Develop the interactive distance learning technology to expose students to authentic Chinese language, people, and culture through participatory online learning tools Eligibility Participants must have completed 7th grade and taken at least two years of Chinese language instruction Preference will be given to students who have participated in the BOCES Program

315-859-4519 • sjones1@hamilton.eduhttp://www.hamilton.edu/china

The College Board (teacher)

Chinese Guest Teachers Summer Institute: An Extension of the Chinese Guest Teacher Program

Stanford, CA • Chinese • July 22, 2009 July 31, 2009Residential Session

The Chinese Guest Teacher Summer Institute Program offers professional development for newly arriving teachers from China prior to their placement as teachers of Chinese language and culture in elementary and secondary schools across the United States. The primary goal of the GTSI is to increase guest teachers’ understanding of American education and to facilitate their development of pedagogical skills particularly relevant to American classrooms. The program covers topics such as the structure of U.S. K-12 education, K-12 foreign language teaching standards, communication strategies, course design, classroom management, materials development, and more. The program is organized by the College Board in collaboration with partner associations such as the National Council of State Supervisors for Languages (NCSSFL) and the California Foreign Language Project at Stanford University School of Education. For questions, please contact Michaela Kabat at guestteacher@collegeboard.org.

212-520-8583 • guestteacher@collegeboard.orghttp://professionals.collegeboard.com/k-12/awards/chinese

The College Board (teacher)

College Board Chinese Guest Teacher Summer Institute 2012

Chinese • July 22, 2012August 4, 2012Residential Program
  • UCLA Confucius Institute, Los Angeles, CA

Chinese Guest Teacher Summer Institute: An Extension of the Chinese Guest Teacher Program, organized by College Board in collaboration with NCSSFL and the UCLA Confucius Insitute, hosted by UCLA. The Chinese Guest Teacher Summer Institute offers professional development for newly arriving teachers from China, prior to their placement as visiting teachers of Chinese language and culture in elementary and secondary schools across the United States. The primary goal of the GTSI is to increase guest teachers’ understanding of American education and to facilitate their development of pedagogical skills particularly relevant to American classrooms. The program covers topics such as K-12 foreign language teaching standards, communication strategies, course design, classroom management, materials development, and more. The GTSI is only open to Chinese teachers selected for the College Board Chinese Guest Teacher Program. For questions, please contact guestteacher@collegeboard.org.

212-520-8650 • guestteacher@collegeboard.orghttp://professionals.collegeboard.com/k-12/awards/chinese/guest

The College Board (teacher)

College Board Chinese Guest Teacher Summer Institute 2013

Chinese • July 23, 2013August 1, 2013
  • University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA

Chinese Guest Teacher Summer Institute: An Extension of the Chinese Guest Teacher Program, organized by College Board in collaboration with NCSSFL and the UCLA Confucius Institute, hosted by UCLA. The Chinese Guest Teacher Summer Institute offers professional development for newly arriving teachers from China, prior to their placement as visiting teachers of Chinese language and culture in elementary and secondary schools across the United States. The primary goal of the GTSI is to increase guest teachers’ understanding of American education and to facilitate their development of pedagogical skills particularly relevant to American classrooms. The program covers topics such as the structure of U.S. K-12 education, K-12 world language teaching standards, communication strategies, course design, classroom management, materials development, and more. The GTSI is only open to Chinese teachers previously selected for the College Board Chinese Guest Teacher Program. For questions, please contact guestteacher@collegeboard.org.

212-520-8650 • guestteacher@collegeboard.orghttp://www.collegeboard.org/guestteacher

The College Board (teacher)

College Board Chinese Guest Teacher Summer Institute 2014

Chinese • Residential Program
  • July 23, 2014August 2, 2014: Program Sessions (face-to-face)
  • UCLA Confucius Institute, Los Angeles, CA

Chinese Guest Teacher Summer Institute: An Extension of the Chinese Guest Teacher Program, organized by College Board in collaboration with NCSSFL and the UCLA Confucius Insitute, hosted by UCLA. The Chinese Guest Teacher Summer Institute offers professional development for newly arriving teachers from China, prior to their placement as visiting teachers of Chinese language and culture in elementary and secondary schools across the United States. The primary goal of the GTSI is to increase guest teachers’ understanding of American education and to facilitate their development of pedagogical skills particularly relevant to American classrooms. The program covers topics such as K-12 foreign language teaching standards, communication strategies, course design, classroom management, materials development, and more. The GTSI is only open to Chinese teachers selected for the College Board Chinese Guest Teacher Program. For questions, please contact guestteacher@collegeboard.org.

212-520-8650 • guestteacher@collegeboard.orghttp://www.collegeboard.org/guestteacher

The East-West School of International Studies (student)

East-West Korean Language Summer Program

Korean
  • July 8, 2015August 12, 2015: Program segment (face-to-face)
  • The Korean Language and Culture Summer Program, Flushing, NY

The Korean Language and Culture Summer Program at the East-West School of International Studies will provide five weeks of language and cultural immersion to secondary school non-native Korean language speakers or those who wish to become more familiar with the language and culture. This program will expand the teaching and learning of Korean through a rigorous and engaging curriculum to promote effective learning of the language. It will engage students through Korean arts, music, dance, cooking, and cultural immersion in the local Korean community of Flushing, Queens.

718-353-0009 Ext. 5056 • kkleiman@schools.nyc.gov

The George Washington University (teacher)

STARTALK: Arabic for Teachers of Arabic

Arabic • June 26, 2011July 1, 2011Residential Program
  • National Capital Language Resource Center, Washington, DC

The George Washington University will hold a one-week, 40 hour, intensive summer institute -- "Arabic for Teachers of Arabic" -- in Washington, DC to be led by Dr. Muhammad Eissa of the University of Chicago. The purpose of this institute is to raise the awareness of Arabic K-12 teachers about the structures, morphology, and cultural content of the Arabic language in the context of teaching Arabic as a second language. By the end of the institute, teachers will have a refreshed, explicit understanding of the most important linguistic features of Arabic, and an understanding of how to teach them in context in a standards-based, communication-oriented classroom. The institute will accommodate 24 teachers and instructors of Arabic, of all grades and levels, native and non-native speakers, and teachers with more and less formal education about the Arabic language.

202-973-1055 • anup.mahajan@nclrc.org

The George Washington University (teacher)

GWU STARTALK Second Language Instruction for Arabic Teachers: The Essentials

Arabic • June 1, 2012June 29, 2012Residential Program
  • The George Washington University, Washington, DC

This is a course on methods of teaching foreign/second languages. It is part of GWU’s NCATE-accredited program in preparing foreign language teachers and is a required course in the certification sequence. The course is a blended learning program, which includes: (1) an online section, 15 class hours: June 4 – 22; and (2) an on-campus residential workshop at GWU, 35 class hours: June 25 – 29. 3 graduate credits will be awarded to program participants upon successful completion of the course. The course addresses the National Council on Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE)/American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) Standards for Foreign Language Teacher Education Programs by providing Arabic teacher candidates with: (1) An understanding of the development of foreign language teaching methodology; (2) Theory on second language learning and teaching and how it applies to Arabic instruction; (3) Practice with instructional approaches and Arabic materials; and (4) Practice in using and interpreting assessment of student progress. Participants will be required to pay $300 towards tuition. For more information on how to apply for this program, contact Anup P. Mahajan, Executive Director of the National Capital Language Resource Center, at amahajan@gwu.edu

202-973-1086 • amahajan@gwu.edu

The New Century School (student)

STARTALK Let the World Be Filled with Love

Chinese
  • July 21, 2014August 8, 2014: Program segment (face-to-face)
  • New Century School, Baltimore, MD

STARTALK Let the World Be Filled with Love aims to provide meaningful, motivating, and cultural Chinese experiences to elementary-age learners. The key priority is to increase students' Chinese language proficiency and desire to continue learning. Our student-centered, theme-based, and backward-designed program teaches Chinese language and culture via a curriculum guided by national standards for foreign language learning and STARTALK principles. Instructional and cultural activities allow students to learn Chinese in all three communication modes and to practice Chinese in meaningful ways. We will employ both formative and summative assessment tools to ensure that program goals are met and the curriculum is fully implemented. This is a 3-week program from July 21 to August 8. It comprises three classes of 12 students each: a novice 1st - 2nd, an intermediate 2nd - 3rd and a novice 3rd - 4th. Daily activities include introductory meetings during which teachers present new language or cultural topics to stimulate the students’ learning interest in the content for the day, student engagement in activities that reinforce and practice new knowledge and skills, and performance-based tasks to apply their learning. Program components will be presented through stories, authentic readings, Q&A sessions, videos, games, singing, cooking and calligraphy.

410-929-4116 • xie.newcentury@gmail.comhttp://www.thenewcenturyschool.com

The Ohio State University (teacher)

Chinese Program Enhancement Project

Columbus, OH • Chinese • June 12, 2009 August 21, 2009

The Office of Sponsored Programs (formerly OSU Research Foundation) is the fiscal and administrative unit for Ohio State University's external grants and contracts. The applicant and potential grantee is the Ohio State University, DUNS: 31-6025986

614 292-6471 • roxey.1@osu.eduhttp://deall.osu.edu/programs/summerPrgm/startalk/default.cfm

The Ohio State University (student)

Chinese Immersion Summer Day Camp for Ohio Students (C-Camp)

Columbus, OH • Chinese • June 17, 2009 June 30, 2009

The Office of Sponsored Programs (formerly OSU Research Foundation) is the fiscal and administrative unit for Ohio State University's external grants and contracts. The applicant and potential grantee is the Ohio State University, DUNS: 31-6025986

614 292-6471 • roxey.1@osu.eduhttp://deall.osu.edu/programs/summerPrgm/startalk/default.cfm
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