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Immigration Reform Discussion With acting Secretary of Labor Seth D. Harris at Ohio State University in Columbus
(April 3, 2013)

Images include:

  • William Brustein, Vice Provost for Global Strategies and International Affairs, Ohio State University, acting Secretary Seth D. Harris, Nihar Phalak, doctoral candidate, Matteo Muratori, doctoral candidate.
  • History professor Judy Tzu-Wu; Patrick Osmer, graduate school dean; political science professor Richard Hermann; physics professor Chris Hammel all of Ohio State University listen as acting Secretary Seth D. Harris discusses proposals for immigration reform.
  • Ross Kayuha, CEO of Nanofiber Solutions (center), discusses challenges in hiring foreign workers with advanced degrees as Scott Musick (left), human resources manager at Diagnostic Hybrids, and Bill Tacon (right), senior director of workforce and education at BioOhio listen.
  • Italian student Matteo Muratori (center), doctoral candidate in mechanical engineering, calls visa process to allow employers to hire him “long and complicated.”

Images include:

  • William Brustein, Vice Provost for Global Strategies and International Affairs, Ohio State University, acting Secretary Seth D. Harris, Nihar Phalak, doctoral candidate, Matteo Muratori, doctoral candidate.
  • History professor Judy Tzu-Wu; Patrick Osmer, graduate school dean; political science professor Richard Hermann; physics professor Chris Hammel all of Ohio State University listen as acting Secretary Seth D. Harris discusses proposals for immigration reform.
  • Ross Kayuha, CEO of Nanofiber Solutions (center), discusses challenges in hiring foreign workers with advanced degrees as Scott Musick (left), human resources manager at Diagnostic Hybrids, and Bill Tacon (right), senior director of workforce and education at BioOhio listen.
  • Italian student Matteo Muratori (center), doctoral candidate in mechanical engineering, calls visa process to allow employers to hire him “long and complicated.”