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March 15th, 2018 Posted in UToledo in the news
UT president creates Opioid Task Force

The University of Toledo President Sharon L. Gaber has created a task force to address the opioid epidemic.

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University of Toledo ads highlight local alumni

As motorists drive through Toledo, they’ll occasionally see one of the University of Toledo’s more notable alumni featured on a billboard.

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UT engineer creates solution to cheaper, longer lasting battery packs

An electrical engineer at The University of Toledo, who nearly died as a girl in Africa because of a hospital’s lack of power, has developed a new energy storage solution to make battery packs in electric vehicles, satellites, planes and grid stations last longer and cost less.

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Migration research reveals key to declines in rare songbirds

The annual long-distance migration of rare, tiny songbirds that reproduce in the Great Lakes region and Appalachian Mountains is no longer a mystery.

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UT researchers in Washington, D.C., for Great Lakes Congressional Days

On the air: UT alumna starts Toledo’s first Spanish-language FM radio station

University of Toledo graduate Linda Parra has just launched Toledo’s first fully Spanish-language radio station, WVZC-LP 96.5 FM Nuestra Gente.

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New space telescope expected to make Hubble ‘look simple’

Imagine an $8.8 billion telescope as big as a tennis court capturing images of outer space never before seen by mankind while it is a million miles from Earth, four times the distance between this planet and the moon, and working in temperatures more than 400 degrees below zero.

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Professor explores Toledo’s black history

Twyla Wheaton of Toledo listened to the speaker intently, without moving or taking her eyes off him.

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Female leaders at forefront of symposium

Amid a national women’s movement, professional women are working together to figure out how to navigate the various challenges and obstacles to advancement.

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Detoxify: Experts advise when, how to end bad relationships

The put-downs, the mind games, the manipulations.

The countless times he would pressure her to ditch her family or friends so that she could hang out with him, and then, when she showed up, make a point to ignore her.

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Researchers at UT aim to block breast cancer metastasis

Cancer is a deadly disease that destroys human health and well-being. In 2017, there were more than a million new cancers diagnosed and more than 600,000 cancer deaths in the United States.

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College students put sales skills to test at UT competition

The Savage & Associates Business Complex at the University of Toledo buzzed with activity Friday as more than 70 students studying professional sales at universities across the country presented pitches that, if done well, could launch their careers.

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UT assistant professor Dan Hernandez’s artwork named as top art to see in New York

Artist Dan Hernandez creates intricate tableaux that blend religious iconography with the contemporary visual language of video games, two genres which somehow collapse seamlessly together in farcical send-ups of culture and society.

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Rocket earns Mid-American Conference player of year honors

Senior Tre’Shaun Fletcher has been named the 2017-18 Mid-American Conference Player of the Year, the league office announced Wednesday.

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Toledo led Mid-American Conference in football attendance in 2017

The NCAA recently released its annual attendance report, and The University of Toledo finished No. 1 in the Mid-American Conference with an average of 20,745 fans per game in 2017.

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Former women’s basketball player wins African marathon

Inma Zanoguera runs in the Sahara Marathon. In her first career marathon, the former University of Toledo basketball player won the women’s race.

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