UT in the News

December 23rd, 2013 Posted in UToledo in the news
UTMC CORAL Study Ends After 10 Years

UT’s Larimer Complex Getting Major Facelift

The University of Toledo opened a beautiful state of the art football complex in 1990, a structure with cool trappings making the Rockets the envy of less fortunate teams.

The facility is no longer beautiful or state of the art. No one envies it.

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More Than 2,200 Grads Honored in ‘Electric” UT Ceremony

If nothing else, the University of Toledo’s fall commencement on Sunday showed that even a graduation ceremony during an unconventional time of year is no small affair for a major university.

The Savage Arena parking lots were packed. Nearly the entire main floor of the basketball arena was taken up by UT officials involved in the ceremony or those about to get their diplomas. The latter represented the majority of UT’s 2,215 most recent graduates from 12 of the university’s colleges, some 733 of whom received advanced degrees.

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Graduation December, 2013

UT Unveils Green Data Center

Toledoans Aid Stricken Philippine City

Dr. Kris Brickman is an adventure-seeker.

The chairman of the department of emergency medicine at the University of Toledo Medical Center, formerly the Medical College of Ohio, admits he is an adrenaline junkie, so when he was asked to help with relief efforts in the Philippines after a devastating typhoon, he did not hesitate.

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