CSE Student selected as an Ohio State Sesquicentennial Scholar
Computer Science and Engineering Ph.D. student, Mohit Jangid, was recently named one of the Ohio State Sesquicentennial Scholars.
Since our founding in 1870, Ohio State has empowered generations of Buckeyes to become leaders and create ideas that change the world. The Sesquicentennial Student Scholar Leadership Program builds upon this legacy by providing participants a $2,500 scholarship, leadership training and opportunities to serve as a university ambassador.
They come from 5 continents, 9 countries, 22 states in the U.S. and 42 counties across Ohio and represent every campus and college in the university. Most importantly, their Buckeye passion brings them together to drive the land-grant mission forward.
More than our motto, it is our calling as Buckeyes – a responsibility born out of our land-grant mission to improve the well-being of our communities. In honor of our sesquicentennial, Ohio State continues to demonstrate this motto through the Sesquicentennial Student Scholar Leadership Program.