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February 23rd, 2016 Posted in UToledo in the news
President Announces Moves to Stabilize Budget in 2016, 2017

Praising the progress the University has made in the last seven months, UT President Sharon L. Gaber announced in a letter to campus Feb. 17 that challenges still remain and additional actions would need to be taken to stabilize the University’s budget for the current fiscal year as well as FY 2017.

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UT Buildings Are Mostly in Decent Shape

Most buildings at the University of Toledo are in good condition, though some are underutilized, according to a report from consultants charged with creating a 10-year master plan for the university.

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UT, BGSU Look at Joint Courses Following Review

The University of Toledo and Bowling Green State University could work together and with other institutions to offer certain classes, including some foreign languages, following a state-mandated review of courses with low enrollment.

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Rocket Agency Plots Its Trajectory

The University of Toledo hired a new executive director to oversee a fresh approach for its nonprofit economic development agency, which previously faced scrutiny for its investments and a lucrative contract paid to a former leader.

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Steve Wozniak Speaks at UT

In the late 1970s, Steve Wozniak, then an engineer for Hewlett-Packard Corp., went to his bosses with an off-the-wall idea: Why not develop a small computer that the average person could have in their home?

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UT Dedicates Lab To Analyze Wide Range of Research Jobs

A laboratory that opened in mid-2015 at the University of Toledo to benefit pharmaceutical, medical, and environmental research and education was dedicated Thursday.

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Naloxone Panel Hosted at UT

Peace Corps Applications Double at UT

LVAD Implant at UTMC

Chief Newton on UTPD Annual Report

Student Food Pantry Moves to Student Union

Youths Urged to Seek Role Models

Brian Johnson called on the black youth in the Toledo area to look to historic black people as role models and to be aware and informed about the world around them.

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Law Professor on Nominating a New SCOTUS Judge

Professor on Workplace Violence

UT Women’s Golf Coach on Heart Disease

UT Dentistry Residents Volunteer at Give Kids a Smile

Student-Athletes Post Highest Fall Semester GPA in UT History

UT student-athletes earned a combined grade point average of 3.216 in the 2015 fall semester, the highest department GPA for a fall semester in school history.

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Student Forum Organized by 22nd Century Committee

Eberly Center Wait Night 2016

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