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February 26th, 2018 Posted in UToledo in the news
Trustees approve program to provide students with digital course materials

The University of Toledo has adopted a new program that will automatically provide students with lower cost, digital course materials when they enroll in a number of specific courses.

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UT sees growth; BGSU, Owens, Lourdes, Mercy enrollment remains flat

More students are enrolled at The University of Toledo this spring semester thanks to increased efforts to support student success.

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Accreditation reinstated for Physician Assistant Program

The University of Toledo successfully appealed the withdrawal of accreditation from the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA) for the Physician Assistant Studies Program.

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UT faculty named Fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science in recognition of their contributions to scientific discovery

Three University of Toledo faculty members are recognized for their contributions to the studies of Astronomy and Chemical Ecology by the prestigious American Association for the Advancement of Science.

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Promedica, UT medical college readying new neurosciences center

ProMedica and the University of Toledo College of Medicine and Life Sciences will soon open a joint neurosciences center on the campus of ProMedica Toledo Hospital, marking the most significant physical manifestation of the two entities’ 50-year academic affiliation to date.

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UT student speaks out about being abused by Larry Nassar

University of Toledo program trains organ donation coordinators

Rachel and Jake Jones have traveled from California to Toledo after learning that their daughter, a college soccer star, was brain dead after a blow to the head during a soccer match.

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UT expert in school violence threat assessment discusses importance of speaking up and warning signs of at-risk violent students

Dr. Sam Nelson discusses gun control

Personal story of human trafficking and new laws of protection

Senator Sherrod Brown is introducing bipartisan legislation to protect the rights of those exploited by coercive trafficking. The PROTECT Act specifically addressed the use of drugs to facilitate human trafficking and protect vulnerable victims of trafficking.

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NASA flight director returns to alma mater

As a video of a satellite orbiting the Earth projected onto a screen, people filed into the Driscoll Alumni Center Auditorium at the University of Toledo.

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UT, AAA showcase autonomous car to educate drivers as technology takes the wheel

A fresh layer of snow can add all sorts of hurdles for commuters trying to slog into the office or get their children to school.

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Annual report released on tobacco use and smoking prevention programs

Ohio has made progress in getting people to stop smoking, but a recent study suggests there’s plenty more work to do.

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Toledo Public Schools student headed to Harvard

As the clock strikes 2:50 p.m., a wave of college students pours out of the small lecture hall inside Bowman-Oddy Laboratories at the University of Toledo.

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New battery management technology could boost range, longevity of big packs

Bi-level equalizer circuit would cut costs and improve efficiency in automotive, aerospace, and grid storage applications.

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Emergent research could forge new paths to biodiesels fuel

Young scientists presented their ongoing biodiesel research projects during a panel at the National Biodiesel Conference & Expo last week in Fort Worth, Texas. The students are part of the Next Generation Scientists for Biodiesel, a free student professional organization managed by the National Biodiesel Board to help foster collaboration, networking and career development.

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UT event helps start-ups

One of the most frequent issues would-be entrepreneurs ponder is at what point they should take the step of registering their business, a question that was raised Thursday at a UT event for start-up businesses.

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DACA allies express growing concerns amidst March 5th deadline

For months Latino activists Will Bennett and Julia Hernandez have witnessed and experienced their friends and loved ones’ fears. They have also seen them taken away.

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Campus food pantry helps students in need

UT medical students offer free mobile clinic

Access to healthcare can be a complicated subject for many, especially for those without insurance. But medical students at University of Toledo Medical Center are helping bridge the gap with their free traveling clinic.

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Student meal packing drive for Caribbean hurricane relief

The University of Toledo (UT) is hosting its third annual meal drive for hurricane relief in the Caribbean on Friday and Saturday, Jan. 26-27. The university expects 800 community volunteers — students, employees and alumni — to help assemble meals in the Health Education Building on Main Campus.

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Catherine S. Eberly Center hosts Celebrity Wait Night

UT celebrates Engineers Week by inspiring wonder in young students

Marlee Poupard took a seat inside a race car Sunday and took it for a spin on a large projection screen, trying to turn the fastest lap possible.

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For the emerging Generation Z, technology is life

Like many teenagers her age, 16-year-old DeNaijia Wesley checks her phone for notifications from her school on a daily basis.

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Inma Zanoguera headed to the Sahara Desert to run for refugees and family

Inma Zanoguera’s first marathon is going to be about much more than running. While learning about the Sahara Marathon, she is learning about herself, as well.

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UT director delivers ‘Proof’ of talent

It takes a certain amount of confidence to tackle a Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning drama for your first directorial effort at the University of Toledo, and no small amount of talent to pull it off.

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UT, BGSU collaborate on Valentine’s Day video

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