UT in the News

April 28th, 2016 Posted in UToledo in the news
UTMC to transition to new leadership

The University of Toledo Medical Center will transition to a new leader June 1 following an announcement by UT President Sharon L. Gaber Tuesday that Dave Morlock, CEO of UTMC and executive vice president, will leave the institution for a new opportunity based in New York.

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College of Business and Innovation ranks in top 100 in nation

Alzheimer’s researcher at UT on verge of breakthrough

Lourdes, UT partner to offer law program

Two area universities struggling with declining enrollment are partnering in a program that officials describe as beneficial for students and the institutions.

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Giant sturgeon poised to spawn again

A major effort to re-establish powerful, ancient lake sturgeon in the Maumee River will begin this fall if the Ohio Department of Natural Resources, the Toledo Zoo, and the University of Toledo get federal grant money to set up what officials call a “streamside rearing facility.”

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Rocket engineering prep program

How to build a major in a young field

The University of Toledo’s new disability-studies program attracts undergraduate interest.

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Changing body images

When Roy Schneider received his medical illustration degree more than 30 years ago, he routinely transferred his knowledge of the minutiae surrounding the human body to foam board with pen and ink.

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Study links geography, life expectancy for low-income Americans

Doctor’s make house call for zoo’s gorilla

Kwisha’s ticker is strong and chugging along, exactly as it should be.

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Environmental science professor talks impact of climate change on public health

Explorer Ann Bancroft speaks at UT

Rapper David Banner speaks at UT

Celebration of Life for professor Don Reiber

A memorial service for Don Reiber, a much-loved University of Toledo associate professor of communication, is set for Sunday at Savage Arena.

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Women’s golfer becomes first from UT to earn spot in NCAA regional

University of Toledo senior Sathika Ruenreong was one of six individuals selected to participate in an NCAA regional hosted by the University of Alabama, the NCAA announced Monday evening.

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RockeTHON 2016

Students make pizzas to fight hunger

Holi Toledo 2016

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