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Drs. Rajindar and Manjulika Koshal Endowment

The Professors Rajindar and Manjulika Koshal Lecture Series aims to promote global understanding of Indian culture, economy, history, dance, music, philosophy, medicine, science, or politics at Ohio University through supporting lecture opportunities. 

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Past Lectures

Inaugural Koshal Lecture, November 21, 2019: Keynote delivered by Ms. Bhanu Kapil, a British-Indian writer and poet, entitled "Notes for the Future Before It Has Arrived: The Coming Power of the Stranger.”

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Drs. Rajindar and Manjulika Koshal IEW 2019

About Drs. Rajindar and Manjulika Koshal

Dr. Rajindar K. Koshal, Ohio University Professor Emeritus of Economics

Rajindar Koshal received his Bachelor of Science from the University of Delhi, a Master’s Degree from the University of Gauhati, followed by a second Master’s Degree and Doctorate from the University of Rochester.

At Ohio University, Dr. Koshal was a professor of Economics from 1974-2002. He has been the recipient of several fellowships including of the research fellowship from the Indian Statistical Institute from 1971-72. In 1980 he was also the recipient of outstanding Graduate Faculty Award. He has received a number of times Irwin Distinguished paper award at the Midwest Business Economics Association Conference. He was President, Midwest Business Economics Association in 1992-93 and President of the Association of Economic Studies in 1999-2003.

He married Manjulika Koshal in 1966 and she joined him in Athens in 1968. He served as a professor of economics at Ohio University from 1974-2002.

Dr. Manjulika Koshal, Ohio University Professor Emerita

Manjulika Koshal, Emerita Professor at Ohio University, taught at the School of Business in her specialized areas of Operations Management and International Business. Her teaching experience is rich and varied, both during her thirty years at OHIO and in many countries worldwide. In addition to teaching, Dr. Koshal held many administrative positions such as Director of a well-reputed Graduate Program, International Administrative Studies at OHIO.  Dr. Koshal has an impressive record of publications (over 100) in reputed scholarly journals.

Dr. Koshal has also been an active member for the last forty years in American Association of University Women (AAUW) serving in various capacities at her local branch, as well as on the International Fellowships Board of the AAUW Board at Washington D.C.

A native of India, Koshal made Athens her home after she married her husband Dr. Rajindar K. Koshal, OHIO Emeritus Professor of Economics.

In her retirement, Koshal enjoys traveling, gardening, reading, socializing, cooking, and spending time with her happy family, including their two children and six grandchildren.