UToledo in the news

April 19th, 2019 Posted in UToledo in the news
University of Toledo president looks to its future in State of University address

University of Toledo President Sharon Gaber is focused on the future.

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Study explaining side effects of statins finds drug can have unexpected benefits

While investigating why cholesterol-lowering drugs called statins cause negative side effects such as blurred vision, short-term memory loss or increased risk for diabetes, cellular chemists at The University of Toledo discovered several previously unknown benefits.

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UToledo develops precise method to test for exposure to toxic algae

Researchers at The University of Toledo have developed a highly accurate method to test for microcystin in blood or urine samples, an advancement that could provide clinicians a powerful new tool in assessing a patient’s exposure to the dangerous toxin.

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UToledo physicist awarded $1.1 million to boost performance of solar cells

A physicist at The University of Toledo was awarded a $1.1 million grant from the U.S. Department of Energy to develop ultra-high efficiency solar cells that accelerate the conversion of the sun’s energy into electricity.

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Fruitful research

UToledo biologist discusses grass carp in Lake Erie

Now that evidence has emerged of Asian grass carp spawning in the Maumee River, University of Toledo biologists will begin scouring other area streams to see if the highly destructive fish species is spreading.

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Craft potential? Breweries increase residential U.S. property values, research notes

The craft brewery boom has proven to be good news for home values, according to researchers at The University of Toledo and the University of North Carolina, U.S. Using Charlotte, North Carolina, as a case study, the researchers found that craft breweries have a positive impact on residential property values. The study, published in Growth and Change: A Journal of Urban and Regional Policy, found no significant impacts on commercial property values.

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Professor awarded Fulbright to study world history of teaching music literacy through folk songs

Babies babble or drift asleep as mothers and fathers sing “Row, Row, Row Your Boat,” “Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star,” “Itsy-Bitsy Spider” and other lullabies that have been passed down through generations.

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Professor named American Council on Education fellow

Dr. Robert A. Schultz of The University of Toledo Judith Herb College of Education has been named a Fellow of the American Council on Education (ACE) for 2019-20.

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Accreditation restored to UToledo’s physician assistant program

The University of Toledo’s Physician Assistant Studies Program has been granted full accreditation in recognition of the high-quality education provided to students in a program that meets or exceeds national standards.

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UToledo hosts opioid prevention resource fair and expo

Match Day for UToledo medical students

New Rocket Fuel program helping to feed students

The Student Food Recovery Network has been hard at work reducing food waste and food insecurity at The University of Toledo.

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Donate Life month kicks off at UTMC

UToledo Student Nurses Association bone marrow donor drive

UToledo exhibit debunks myths of sexual assault

UToledo students are taking dogs to special education classes

Over 1,200 students, employees and alumni volunteered at this year’s Big Event

UToledo dedicates annual Songfest to Zepf Center

Undergraduate Law Society collected and donated toys to the Lucas County Domestic Relations Court

Walk at UT helps residents in third world countries get clean water

UToledo equestrian team raises money for Lucas County shelter dogs

UToledo student’s tweet about his 45-year-old model dad goes viral

If you’ve been perusing the web anywhere from Ghana to Australia this weekend, Twitter has likely directed your attention to the internet-anointed hot model dad.

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Ricky-Bobby Bike Across America

UToledo engineering professor gets pied in the face for Pi Day fundraiser

UToledo students raise $17,000 for American Brian Tumor Association at hockey game

Wrestler named to MAC Hall of Fame

The Mid-American Conference announced Friday that former University of Toledo wrestler Greg Wojciechowski will be one of four new members inducted into the MAC Hall of Fame Wednesday, May 29, during the MAC Honor’s Dinner at the Cleveland Renaissance Hotel.

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Disc golf team heads to nationals

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