UT in the News

September 6th, 2016 Posted in UToledo in the news
Grad student trying to save rare songbird wins award at international conference

When golden-winged warblers and their sweet, buzzy voices take flight on the long journey south wearing what look like miniature backpacks, Gunnar Kramer worries how many will return in the spring.

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Reverse osmosis seen as solution for toxin

Through a new research project, a University of Toledo scientist believes he can show that reverse osmosis — a technology pioneered in the 1960s to take salt out of seawater — could likewise remove any algal toxins that get into tap water like they did for three days during the 2014 Toledo water crisis.

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Iraqi doctors learn ER system at UT

In the war-torn country of Iraq, hospital emergency departments are slow to deliver medical care and nurses are not empowered to jump in and help patients immediately.

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UT engineering professor on WikiLeaks

UTPD police chief on UT alert system

UT awarded MAC honor for overall academic achievement

The University of Toledo has been named the winner of the 2015-16 Mid-American Conference Institutional Academic Achievement Award. Toledo posted an overall athletic grade point average (GPA) of 3.235 for the 2015-16 academic year based on its 377 student-athletes across 16 sports.

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MAC honors UT men’s sports for highest GPA rank

UT male student-athletes have been named the recipients of the 2015-16 Mid-American Conference Faculty Athletics Representative Academic Achievement Award.

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Freshman design project leads engineering students to El Salvador

Four students from UT’s College of Engineering traveled with Dr. Glenn Lipscomb to El Salvador this summer to install a water treatment unit they built earlier in the year.

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Big event fall day of service

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