UT in the News

June 2nd, 2016 Posted in UToledo in the news
UT grads urged to champion causes

The University of Toledo’s graduates received a challenge Saturday afternoon to go into the world and “become a champion for positive social change.”

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EPA awards UT nearly $500,000 for invasive species prevention in Great Lakes

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency awarded The University of Toledo nearly $500,000 to prevent invasive species from entering the Great Lakes through bait shops, outdoor outfitters, pond suppliers and pet stores.

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Bloomberg ranks College of Business and Innovation in top 100 best undergrad schools

The UT College of Business and Innovation ranked in the top 100 best undergraduate business schools in the nation by Bloomberg, a global business and financial information and news leader. The college ranked No. 96.

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UT starts $6M facelift on 1973 Carlson Library

When the University of Toledo opened the William S. Carlson Library more than four decades ago, it featured miles of shelves to house a growing book collection and study rooms where students could smoke.

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Enrollment expert, former Ohio State leader named UT interim enrollment executive

An enrollment expert with more than three decades of higher education experience in student admissions and recruitment will lead The University of Toledo’s Division of Enrollment Management as interim vice president, pending approval by UT’s Board of Trustees.

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New dean selected to lead College of Graduate Studies

Graduate students accounted for nearly 40 percent of all University of Toledo graduates during the spring 2016 commencement exercises, and UT officials have identified the leader who will continue to elevate the institution’s graduate programs.

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College of Medicine and Life Sciences Commencement

Dr. Anthony Canestraro smiles with peers Dr. Phuong Cao and Emily Campbell while processing into the theater during the UT College of Medicine and Life Sciences commencement exercises at the Stranahan Theater on May 27, 2016.

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UT student second chance

New spinal invention initiated at UT

Dr. Cyrus Chan celebration of life

Business professor named Fulbright Scholar

Dr. Paul Hong, professor in the Department Information Operations and Technology Management in the College of Business and Innovation, has been named a recipient of the J. William Fulbright Scholarship award to India.

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UT engineer’s catalysis research published in journal Science

New research published in the journal Science could provide an economic solution to technologies that require scarce and expensive precious metals.

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Girls in Science Day at UT

Jenna Thomas pinched the bulb of a clear, plastic pipette and dropped a clear mixture into a test tube of cold alcohol.

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UT grad student travels to Guatemala for vaccination research before graduation

“This has been my first official full day in Guatemala,” said Jessica Schulte in a cell phone selfie video while resting on the front steps of a medical clinic in a remote village of Central America.

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Mercury’s transit across the Sun

Active shooter training at UTMC

Paralegal Studies program provides mock homicide investigation for students

UT students plant roadside roots

University of Toledo students Ami Fofanaand Anna Merriman joke as they work to plant species native to the Oak Openings area together Tuesday in the roundabout at the intersection of Dorr Street and King Road in Springfield Township.

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Rockets earn third highest semester GPA in school history

University of Toledo student-athletes earned a combined grade point average of 3.249 in the 2016 spring semester, the third highest department semester GPA in school history.

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