The Parliamentary Development Project began work in the Ukraine in 1994. Funded by the U.S. Agency on International Development, it is considered the longest-running sustained effort to promote legislative development in the world and has been labeled a “model program” for promoting democracy around the globe.
The Washington office of the Glenn School works with government agencies and NGOs and is the headquarters of the Washington Academic Internship Program, an exciting opportunity for Ohio State students to study and work in the nation’s capital as a Glenn Fellow.
Battelle Center for Science & Technology Policy
The Battelle Center is a new policy center that fosters innovation in science and technology by connecting both public and private sectors with new discoveries and providing information to policymakers at all levels of government.