UT in the News

November 28th, 2016 Posted in UToledo in the news
Lancelot Thompson Student Union

The University of Toledo’s student union, built a year before Lancelot Thompson became UT’s first full-time black faculty member, now bears his name.

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2016 Great Lakes water conference

Electrical engineering student inspires Linkedin campaign

Tyrone Jacobs Jr.’s drive to succeed is larger-than-life — like the ginormous image of him on a wall at LinkedIn headquarters in California.

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Commerce grant extends UT technology research

UTMC named outstanding performer in federal program

The University of Toledo Medical Center has been recognized by Vizient’s Hospital Engagement Network as an Outstanding Performer for its efforts toward achieving patient safety goals.

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Veterans Day event at UT

Two local World War II veterans received France’s highest national decoration Friday for their youthful valor as they fought for the country’s freedom.

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UT named 2017 military friendly school

The University of Toledo has been recognized as a top school for supporting student veterans.

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National advocacy board recognizes UT physician for groundbreaking research

Recognized as one of the world’s leading authorities on syncope and disorders of the autonomic nervous system, Dr. Blair Grubb, UT Distinguished University Professor of Medicine and director of the Clinical Electrophysiology Program, recently was honored for his groundbreaking work in dysautonomia research.

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Undergraduate student presents cancer research at global conference

A junior studying biology at The University of Toledo is one of 200 students around the globe chosen to participate this week at the inaugural World Congress on Undergraduate Research.

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UT business incubator gets $50,000 from U.S.

The money will be used by UT’s Toledo LaunchPad Incubation Program, which helps business ventures move from concept to commercialization.

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Your Netflix binging could be damaging your health

We’re all guilty of cancelling plans on a particularly rainy eve (or any time, if we’re honest) in favour of settling in for a night of sheet masks, pinot and Netflix. All the Netflix.

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UT students register sports fans to be bone marrow donors

Rocket quarterback named Heisman contender

Junior quarterback Logan Woodside has been notified by the Heisman Trophy Trust that he is a contender for the 2016 Heisman Trophy and a candidate to be one of the finalists for the prestigious award given annually to the best football player in the country.

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