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December 11th, 2018 Posted in UToledo in the news
Attorney appointed to UT Board of Trustees

A partner in the national law firm BakerHostetler has been appointed to The University of Toledo Board of Trustees.

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Does bacteria in your gut impact blood pressure?

Discovery of single material that produces white light could boost efficiency of LED bulb

Scientists at the University of Toledo have discovered a single material that could produce white light and may also lead to a new frontier in lighting. It has high efficiency and thus can potentially replace the current phosphors used in LED lights.

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UTMC paired kidney donation goes international

From UT to cover of Time magazine and Forbes’ 30 Under 30

A recent University of Toledo graduate highlighted in the latest issues of Forbes and Time magazines told UT students Thursday his success is not a Silicon Valley story.

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UT joins national initiative focused on student success

The University of Toledo is one of 130 public universities and systems selected to participate in an ambitious national effort to increase college access, close the achievement gap, and award hundreds of thousands more degrees by 2025.

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UT one of top schools in country for Quality Matters-certified online classes

When it comes to offering online courses certified by Quality Matters, The University of Toledo is one of the top schools in the country.

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UT earns grant for disease research

The University of Toledo was awarded almost a half-million dollars to research methods to protect people against oral diseases.

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State awards UT $287,405 to continue Center for Student Advocacy and Wellness

The Ohio Attorney General’s Office awarded The University of Toledo a $287,405 grant to continue operations of the Center for Student Advocacy and Wellness, which was created three years ago to help victims of sexual violence and raise awareness.

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Provost named president of College of Charleston

Dr. Andrew Hsu, provost and executive vice president for academic affairs, has been named the president of the College of Charleston.

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2018 report for Ohio’s harmful algal bloom research initiative highlights UT water quality research

Ohio Sea Grant released today its 2018 update on the statewide Harmful Algal Bloom Research Initiative (HABRI) documenting three years of progress seeking solutions for harmful algal blooms in Lake Erie.

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Regional water plan touted at UT’s annual Great Lakes forum

A senior policy adviser to Toledo Mayor Wade Kapszukiewicz remains confident the administration’s proposal to form a regional water commission will be approved by city voters Tuesday, though questions remain whether such a commission will assuage longstanding friction between the city and suburbs buying water from it.

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Climate report paints dire future for Great Lakes

Trauma researchers identify characteristics of communities where mass shootings occur

Shortage of mental-health professionals and low rates of interactions with others are among the social determinants of at-risk communities

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UT law graduates have strong showing in Ohio bar exams

The number of graduates from The University of Toledo College of Law who passed the July bar exam in Ohio on the first try is well above the state average.

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UT among schools named Best for Vets

The University of Toledo has again been recognized as a top school for supporting student veterans.

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Universities look to aid veterans upon their return home

Marine veteran Brandon Kalbfliesh remembers how difficult it was when he first enrolled at the University of Toledo.

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UT student veterans host flag retirement ceremony

Prestigious scientist to give University of Toledo commencement address

Commencement speakers often tell impending graduates to find their passion and make it their work. Michael Witherell says he views it the opposite.

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UT launches College Mentors for Kids

Dory Thames never forgot the impact his mentors had on his life when he was a young boy.

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State certifies UTPD for adopting standards to strengthen community and police relations

UT, AAA host seminar on autonomous vehicles and accessibility

UT student receives Google Women Techmakers Scholarship

Naba Rizvi is one of 20 students who received the Google Women Techmakers Scholarship this year. The $10,000 award includes a scholar retreat and connects the winners with Google scholars around the world.

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UT nursing student credited with saving life of motorist after crash

Hanan Ramadan was on her way home from her mosque when she came upon a minor car crash. It looked like a simple fender-bender, but something about the way bystanders were crowded around the open car door made her stop.

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UT among top users of Lime scooters

Since The University of Toledo introduced Lime scooters on Main Campus at the beginning of fall semester, more than 5,500 students, faculty and staff have logged more than 19,000 miles during the scooters’ first two months at UT.

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African American Leadership Conference helps professions find their passion

Find a mentor. Invest in yourself. Take chances.

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Transgender activist visits UT

Some of Toledo’s oldest official documents on display

The weathered, two-page original document that lists the handwritten names of the 226 individuals who were eligible to vote in the first mayoral election in 1836 is a timely history lesson.

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Toledo accepts invitation to play in Bahamas Bowl

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