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May 17th, 2019 Posted in UToledo in the news
UToledo commencement celebrates graduates

Katie Holmes gives commencement address at UToledo

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College of Medicine and Life Sciences Commencement 2019

First graduates of joint J.D./M.D. program look to the future at the intersection of law and medicine

Mark Fadel came to The University of Toledo well-informed about what lie ahead.

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Law student wins American College of Legal Medicine student writing competition

Alexis Holman, College of Law J.D./M.D. joint degree student, was named the Hirsh Award winner in the American College of Legal Medicine Student Writing Competition.

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UToledo researchers capture first newly hatched grass carp within Great Lakes watershed

UToledo Lake Erie Center hosts discussion on protecting Great Lakes from Asian carp

Rice husks can effectively remove microcystin from water

According to Scientists at the University of Toledo, rice husks can remove microcystin toxins from water. A development that could have far-reaching implications for communities along the Great Lakes and across the developing world. The researchers published the study recently in the journal Science of the Total Environment.

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UToledo research: When smartphones aren’t used socially there’s a link to anxiety

If endlessly scrolling through the news on your smartphone has you feeling anxious, it might not just be distress about current events.

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Schools keep adding safety measures against gun violence. But do they actually work?

In the 20 years since two gunmen opened fire at Columbine High School in a Denver suburb, schools across the country adopted security measures and policies to safeguard students.

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Three Distinguished University Professors named

Three scholars have been added to the rank of Distinguished University Professor in recognition of their career achievements in teaching, research and professional service.

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Distinguished University Lecturers announced

Three Distinguished University Lecturers recently were named in honor of their exemplary teaching, support of student success, and demonstration of their commitment to UToledo’s educational mission.

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Faculty, staff members honored for advising, research, teaching, outreach work

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

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World languages’ faculty recognized by state association for teaching

Dr. Kasumi Yamazaki, assistant professor of Japanese, and Dr. Gaby Semaan, associate professor of Arabic, recently were honored nationally and regionally for their teaching excellence.

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Theatre faculty member wins national award at Kennedy Center American college theatre festival

Dr. Matt Foss, assistant professor in The University of Toledo Department of Theatre and Film, has won a national playwrighting award. His adaptation of “All Quiet on the Western Front” is the recipient of the Kennedy Center’s David Mark Cohen National Playwriting Award.

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University recognized as Phi Kappa Phi Circle of Excellence Silver Chapter

The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi — the nation’s oldest and most selective collegiate honor society for all academic disciplines — recently recognized The University of Toledo Chapter of Phi Kappa Phi as a Circle of Excellence Silver Chapter.

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UToledo participating in federal study to reduce overdose deaths

UToledo hosts event highlighting community action for opioid crisis

Awareness, education key in identifying human trafficking

Have random users been adding you on Snapchat? How to protect yourself from sex traffickers

Industry experts talk about autonomous vehicles at UToledo seminar

Kindergartners through college seniors present research projects at UToledo

2019 tick season is here: How to spot signs of the critters

The weather is finally nice, but you’re not the only one who wants to come out of hibernation. Ticks are active from April through October, meaning they’re here to potentially ruin all of your outdoor activities.

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Service learning trip to Guatemala an eye-opening experience

This is my senior year at The University of Toledo, and I will graduate in May. Every year during our breaks, I have always worked as many hours as possible in order to save money for the next step of my life. However, it being senior year, I realized that I had never studied abroad and it saddened me to think that I might miss out on such an opportunity.

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Med students bike across America to support free clinic

Two medical students on a cross-country bike trip pedaled their way through Springfield this week.

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Former football player switches sides in I 75 rivalry to become UToledo medical student

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