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March 28th, 2014 Posted in UToledo in the news
UT President Announces He Will Step Down June 30, 2015

After eight years leading The University of Toledo and another three as head of the former Medical University of Ohio, Dr. Lloyd Jacobs announced today that he will step aside as UT’s president effective June 30, 2015.

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Alumnus, Top Executive and Wife Give $1M to College of Engineering

A University of Toledo graduate who is now the top executive at one of northwest Ohio’s largest public companies has given $1 million to the university to support a leadership program for engineering students.

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Colleges Compete for Fewer Students

Ohio colleges are bolstering efforts to recruit students as the state braces for a sharp drop in the number of college-age students.

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UT Honors Its Past Presidents in Renaming Ceremony

When University of Toledo officials decided to demolish the Dowd-White-Nash residence hall, they knew they wanted to find another site to pay homage to the past presidents of the university.

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UT Med Students Meet their Match

There were tears of joy and frantic hugs as 167 fourth-year medical students at the University of Toledo opened envelopes and learned simultaneously where they will spend the next three to seven years of their journeys to become physicians.

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$500,000 UT Grant to Combat Invasive Species

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