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Jessie Ringo is an American PhD student studying chemistry at the University of Cincinnati. In 2016, Jessie carried out research at our partner school, the University of Bordeaux in their IMS laboratory.
UC International Services Director Ron Cushing quoted in an article through the Chronicle of Higher Education concerning the troubles faced by international students in the wake of the President's Executive Order.
Since the 2009-10 school year, participation in study abroad has increased by 113 percent. UC has moved to No. 37 among U.S. doctoral-level universities sending students abroad, up from No. 48 last year.
High marks for arrival activities, sports facilities, multi-faith provisions, virtual learning and other services help UC jump into the top 50 worldwide and ninth in the nation in a new survey of international students.
The International Partners and Leaders (IPALs, for short) help international students adjust to their life at UC and put on fun social events. At MainStreet Stride, they were recognized for their hard work by winning the President's Choice award. Congratulations to these excellent student leaders!