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May 16th, 2018 Posted in UToledo in the news
UT students celebrate graduation

With the sun shining on the University of Toledo’s Glass Bowl, thousands of fresh graduates filed into the stadium ready to start a new chapter in their life.

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Watch the undergraduate ceremony here, and see the graduate exercise here.

World War II veteran graduates 68 years after leaving college

World War II veteran Bob Barger recently reached another milestone that was better later than never: graduating from college.

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UT partners with Ohio’s public universities in effort to close attainment gap

The University of Toledo is partnering with Ohio’s 13 other public universities to raise awareness of the value of public higher education and spur efforts to produce more college graduates to close the state’s higher education attainment gap.

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New neurosciences center opens in ProMedica, UT partnership

ProMedica and the University of Toledo on Tuesday formally unveiled the joint neurosciences center to provide specialized academic and clinical services for the Toledo region.

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UT student selected for Fulbright Award

Soon-to-be-UT graduate Kristen Murray is undoubtedly the best argument for making sure to check junk email folders.

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UT medical student named Sarnoff Fellow

During his fellowship Rahul Mital plans to study “cardiogenesis, which is the development of the heart in the embryo, and how to use gene therapy as a potential treatment for congenital heart disease,” according to a statement from UT announcing his award.

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University recognizes faculty, staff for advising, research, teaching, outreach work

UT outstanding advisors, researchers and teachers, and recipients of the Edith Rathbun Award for Outreach and Engagement, were recognized last week.

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Three Distinguished University Lecturers named

Three faculty members have been named Distinguished University Lecturers in recognition of their exemplary teaching, supporting student success, and demonstrating their commitment to UT’s educational mission.

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10th anniversary of paired kidney donation program

UTMC recognized as leader in LGBTQA+ health-care equality

The University of Toledo Medical Center’s commitment to the equal treatment of all lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning patients has been recognized for the seventh consecutive year by the Human Rights Campaign Foundation with its “Leader in LGBTQ Healthcare Equality” designation.

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Bernie Sanders has a new plan to raise wages: Save the unions

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) announced a plan Wednesday that he says will lift the nation’s lagging wages by restoring power to unions and protecting workers in the gig economy — both top items on the labor movement’s wish list.

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High school girls get hands on STEMM experience at UT

More than 160 high school sophomores visited the University of Toledo Thursday, May 10, 2018 to hear from female scientists about careers in science and technology and to participate in a variety of workshops during the ninth annual Women in STEMM Day of Meetings.

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UT using coffee sleeves to raise awareness about sexual assault prevention

UT observes National Denim Day with deeper meaning

Local doctors say music can be beneficial during surgery

Music is inescapable. It can be found in concert halls and homes, in cars and in classrooms, and to many ears, in the symphony of nature.

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Peregrine falcon eggs atop UT’s Bell Tower hatched

On Mother’s Day, thank your physician’s mom

Mother’s Day annually falls at the end of the spring academic semester. When the forsythia and daffodils begin to bloom, in the back of my mind lives the dread that I will forget to do something special for my mom as I feverishly grade finals.

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Former UT quarterback selected in NFL Draft by Cincinnati

Former Toledo quarterback Logan Woodside was selected by the Cincinnati Bengals in the seventh round of the 2018 NFL Draft Saturday.

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Women’s basketball coach, former UT star named to 2018 Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame

Toledo Head Women’s Basketball Coach Tricia Cullop and former Rocket great Dana (Drew) Shaw are among 11 members of the 2018 Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame Induction Class.

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