UT in the News

June 26th, 2014 Posted in In The News
UT President to Step Down June 30

University of Toledo President Lloyd Jacobs will step down effective June 30 after being nominated to serve with a global economic development nonprofit organization based out of Washington, D.C.

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UT Appoints College of Engineering Dean as Interim President

The University of Toledo Board of Trustees has appointed Dr. Nagi Naganathan, dean of the UT College of Engineering, to serve as interim president beginning July 1.

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UT Medical Students Ready For More

Graduates clad in long, dark robes crossed the stage to receive their diplomas during the 43rd commencement of the University of Toledo college of medicine and life sciences.

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UTMC’s Senior Behavioral Health Center Opens


National Day of Making at UT


UT Students Restore McKinley Statue


Looking at Link Between Violent Video Games and Lack of Empathy

The sound of machine guns rattled through the building as explosions shook the walls.

No, I wasn’t at a weapons convention or shooting range or in an impromptu war. I was at the annual Electronic Entertainment Expo here, also known as E3.

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New Theory Explains Mysterious Growth of Metal Strands

They’re but a wisp of metal, hardly noticeable to the human eye. Yet they’ve crippled everything from pacemakers and watches to missile systems and satellites.

Although these seemingly innocuous metal strands, which appear in electronics, have been wreaking havoc for more than 60 years, no one knows exactly how they form.

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Parkinson’s Disease Symposium Reveals Local Sources of Help

The bad news is that the number of people living with Parkinson’s disease in America — 1 million — is expected to double in the next 15 to 25 years.

The good news is “there is so much hope, there is so much good that is going on in Parkinson’s research and treatment today,” said Dr. Lawrence Elmer, professor of neurology at the University of Toledo College of Medicine.

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Dr. Edward Shapiro Scholars Honored


Study: Majority of College Presidents Oppose Concealed Guns on Campus

As activists on both sides gear up for a potential November ballot measure to ban concealed guns on public campuses in Colorado, research from the University of Toledo finds that the majority of university presidents oppose concealed weapons, on and off campus.

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Scientists From NASA Offer Tips to Businesses

It’s often said that free advice is worth exactly what it costs. Then again, free advice usually doesn’t come from NASA scientists.

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Detroit Lions Sign Marketing Deal with University of Toledo

The Detroit Lions said today they have signed a multiyear advertising deal with the University of Toledo, making the football team the third Detroit pro sports team with a marketing relationship with the Rockets.

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National Youth Sports Program at UT

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