UT in the News

July 25th, 2014 Posted in In The News
UT Interim President Dr. Nagi Naganathan on Leading Edge with Jerry Anderson


UT Names New Business Dean

At one time, the United States was big enough and rich enough for American businesses to focus their concerns only within their borders and become very successful doing so.

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U.S. News Names UTMC a Best Hospital

U.S. News & World Report recognized The University of Toledo Medical Center again as a best hospital in the Toledo metro area for 2014-15.

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Law Professor Joseph Slater Comments on Supreme Court Union Bargaining Decision


Law Professor Lee Strange Comments on Supreme Court Birth Control Decision


Saved By Pump, Man Hopes for New Heart

Mike Grieselding is glad to be alive. The 53-year-old Holland man was on the brink of death in January after suffering a massive heart attack.

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Med Student Recognized for Video Tutorials

John Luckoski still plans on becoming a doctor, just as he’s envisioned since being been old enough to contemplate a profession, but making videos, and winning a video contest, has expanded his professional goals.

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Body’s Reaction Under Microscope

This is one in a series of articles written by research students in the University of Toledo College of Medicine’s Biomedical graduate program exploring basic issues of human health.

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Some of Toledo’s Top Classical Artists Are Married to One Another

Whether they pursue music, dance, or opera, most of Toledo’s top classical performers and producers are married to their careers.

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LeBron’s Return to Cleveland Is About More Than Basketball: It’s About Saving the Midwest

Lebron James is returning back to the Cleveland Cavaliers after four years with the Miami Heat. He took the Heat to four straight NBA finals and won two titles during that run. He entered free agency after the recent loss to the San Antonio Spurs and decided to go back to the team he was drafted by and played seven years for. Unlike his last free-agency decision, he wrote a letter explaining his decision to go back to Cleveland.

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