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April 24th, 2018 Posted in UToledo in the news
UT president delivers State of University address

During her second State of the University address, University of Toledo President Sharon Gaber reflected on UT’s accomplishments as it works to elevate its national reputation and urged Toledoans to show more university pride.

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Full house for free speech forum at UT

Two days after a banner showing President Trump wearing a white Klansman hood was displayed in the University of Toledo student union, the university held a town hall meeting to encourage an open dialogue among students.

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Two successful Engineering alumni named national trustees for University of Toledo

Two successful graduates of The University of Toledo will join the UT Board of Trustees as national members.

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UT hosts opioid summit

UT scientists awarded $400,00 grant to study wildlife in Oak Openings region

A team of ecologists at The University of Toledo was awarded a two-year state wildlife grant from Ohio and Michigan to study flagship species of the Oak Openings region to better inform conservation and management strategies.

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Three distinguished University professors named

Three faculty members have been named Distinguished University Professors in recognition of their exemplary teaching, research, scholarship and professional service.

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UT College of Nursing moves up in U.S. News rankings

The University of Toledo College of Nursing improved its place in the U.S. News & World Report list of the top graduate nursing programs in the country.

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Surprise graduation for UT student and her grandpa at local hospital

UT partners with Tarta to run campus transit services

University of Toledo students, faculty and staff can catch a bus anywhere in the community for free through a new partnership with the Toledo Area Regional Transit Authority.

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Ohio State Highway Patrol looks to move post and team up with University of Toledo Police

Western Basin of Lake Erie declared impared

New director appointed to head Lake Erie Center

The University of Toledo named a new leader for the Lake Erie Center, a freshwater research and science education campus focused on finding solutions for water quality issues that face the Great Lakes, including harmful algal blooms, invasive species and pollutants.

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Law professor McPeak on Facebook privacy

Experts discuss benefits, challenges of autonomous vehicle technology at UT, AAA seminar

Friendship leads to life-saving transplant

Donate life month kicks off at UTMC

“What Were You Wearing?” display at UT

Clothesline Project at UT

University of Toledo medical students celebrate Match Day

The crowded room inside the Stranahan Theater Great Hall bubbled with excitement as the clock approached noon.

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Dean of College of Nursing discusses nursing career and job fair

Philanthropy group donates over 1,000 books to Toledo Public Schools students

Damon Murdock, a 7-year-old Old Orchard student, scanned the table of new books before picking up the one he found most intriguing: My Little Book of Animals.

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Students make 1,200 pizzas to fight hunger

UT students fighting hunger through the Food Recovery Network

Overeating during breastfeeding may affect the health of offspring

Mothers who overeat during the period when they are breastfeeding may have children who are at increased risk of becoming obese and going through early puberty, a new study of mice suggests. Early puberty may lead to increased risk of diabetes or reproductive problems later in life, according to the research, which will be presented Sunday, March 18 at ENDO 2018, the Endocrine Society’s 100th annual meeting in Chicago, Ill.

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Researchers: America has a sleeping problem

Studies say that sleep deprivation impacts as many as 40 percent of Americans.

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Students serve community during Big Event

Making a difference: Spring break in Guatemala

For college students, spring break is generally a time to party, hang out with friends, or catch up on sleep. However, these typical activities did not entice me: I wanted to do something bigger and more meaningful.

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Global Medical Missions Hall of Fame induction ceremony

Equestrian team hosts horse rides to raise money for human trafficking victims

Immunologist mentored black students at UT

Anthony Quinn, a research immunologist and a University of Toledo associate professor who encouraged minority students to pursue science and technology-related fields, died Wednesday in ProMedica Ebeid Hospice Residence, Sylvania. He was 59.

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Center for Visual Arts displays UT student works

Juried works by students of the University of Toledo on display at the UT Center for Visual Arts Gallery.

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UT is expecting!

UT students raise money for local children during RocketTHON

UT’s Math Man celebrates Pi Day

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