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October 27th, 2017 Posted in UToledo in the news
University of Toledo Foundation receives largest gift in University history

Toledo real estate investment trust Welltower Inc. will donate about 100 acres of land and two office buildings on its corporate campus to the University of Toledo Foundation, the largest gift in university history.

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Enrollment steady at UT while retention, academic preparedness improve

The University of Toledo continues to make strides in student success as it works to retain and graduate more students.

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Higher education alliance aims to improve Ohioans’ health

As the state of Ohio struggles with multiple critical health issues, Ohio University and The University of Toledo are coming together to find solutions.

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UT joins Hazelden Betty Ford Patient Care Network

To better serve the people in the Toledo region who suffer from addiction, The University of Toledo Medical Center has joined the Hazelden Betty Ford Patient Care Network.

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Nearly $2.4 million federal grant awarded to help UT researcher turn algae into fuel source

The National Science Foundation (NSF) awarded The University of Toledo a nearly $1 million federal grant to continue, expand and further evaluate its successful, innovative program that engages teachers and parents in supporting a young child’s natural curiosity through interactive, inquiry-based science lessons.

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Grant will help UT teach high school students about cybersecurity

The University of Toledo will teach more than 2,000 local high school students and teachers how to use mathematics and computational thinking to solve cybersecurity problems in smart vehicles as part of a new $1.8 million grant from the National Science Foundation.

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Surgeon named director of cancer program

With nearly 30 years of experience in cancer-related care, it comes as no surprise that Dr. F. Charles Brunicardi has been named director of the cancer program in the College of Medicine and Life Sciences.

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UT’s International Human Trafficking and Social Justice Conference

Academic Affiliation investment: labs receive new equipment

Biomedical researchers at The University of Toledo are working with substantially greater support thanks to a significant investment in new laboratory equipment from ProMedica through the Academic Affiliation with the College of Medicine and Life Sciences.

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Carlson Library renovations complete

UT hosts ceremony opens new veterans lounge

The Lt. Col. Thomas J. Orlowski ’65 Veterans Lounge is designed for student veterans to relax or study together. It was previously located in Rocket Hall.

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Toledo’s first city charter to be preserved, displayed at UT library

The city’s first charter. A poll book from Toledo’s first election. And folders of handwritten amendments from the mid-1800s.

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Carlson Library hosts Banned Books Vigil

Internal medicine residents rank in top 5 percent for medical competency

The UT College of Medicine and Life Sciences’ internal medicine residents outscored 95 percent of their peers on a national exam by the American College of Physicians.

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UT trains Jeep workers for launch of new Wrangler

UT researcher discovers first grass carp eggs in Maumee River

A researcher at The University of Toledo found the first proof of grass carp, a type of invasive Asian carp, spawning in the Maumee River.

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How UT astrophysics student Nick Dulaney made history

Senior Astrophysics major Nick Dulaney made an exciting discovery last year. Then a sophomore at the University of Toledo in Ohio, Dulaney is responsible for discovering that the star Beta Canis Minoris was actually two stars, one orbiting the other.

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UT students flex muscles helping to relocate river dwellers

FREMONT — When a notch was cut in the Ballville Dam on the Sandusky River recently to begin the process of removing the century-old barrier, life for the waterway’s residents began to change almost immediately.

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UTPD enhances campus security with app

DACA forum at UT

UT alumnus takes third place at international conducting competition

Juan Montoya of Columbia won third place in the prestigious Blue Danube International Opera Conducting Competition in Bulgaria in July.

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Jones Leadership Academy students learn business etiquette through new program

Selina Griswold split 13 Jones Leadership Academy students into two groups and gave them a challenge: Without speaking, line up alphabetically by last name.

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UT raises awareness of sexual assault with Clothesline Project

Toledo CelluART celebrates fusion of art and science at UT Center for the Visual Arts

UT’s art foundry fires up the imagination

Artist Chad Rimer remembers the electricity he felt working in the foundry at the University of Toledo’s art department like it was yesterday.

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UT biological and cultural anthropologist Dr. Shahana Arps on DNA kits that help trace ancestry

85 citizens naturalized at UT on Constitution Day

UT Equestrian Team raises money for hurricane relief efforts

It’s not every day horses are allowed to graze and amble around a green space in the middle of the University of Toledo’s main campus.

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National Service Dog Month training event

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