UT in the News

August 26th, 2014 Posted in UToledo in the news
UT Announces Presidential Search Committee

The University of Toledo announced today the members of a presidential search committee that will be charged with finding a permanent replacement for Dr. Lloyd Jacobs.

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Medicine Chairman Has Strong Vision for UTMC

A national search garnered dozens of candidates for dean of the University of Toledo’s College of Medicine and Life Sciences, but the university found their man was already in the fold.

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UT To Unveil New Radiation Technology

The University of Toledo Medical Center is unveiling a new high-tech machine today that kills cancer cells without surgery. Its doctors are calling it the next generation of radiation treatment.

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Toledo Water Crisis

Third day is the charm: Toledo can drink its water | Read More

Experts: Toxic algae crisis on Lake Erie may not be over | Read More

Speakers at UT forum call crisis turning point | Read More

Ohio water crisis: Threat isn’t going away soon | Read More

Local firm has eyes on skies to solve regional water woes | Read More

Art On The Mall 2014

Williams’ Death Puts Depression in the Spotlight

Since Robin Williams’ death a week ago today, some have wondered how a person of his wealth and stature — someone who had previously been treated for depression — could commit suicide. After all, doesn’t everybody sometimes get the blues or down-in-the-dumps?

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Stars Shine Anytime in Planetariums

Nestled between Stranahan and McMaster halls on the University of Toledo’s main campus is one of the few places in Toledo where you can gaze at the night sky in the middle of the day.

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Jamie Broce Featured On the Road to the PGA Championship

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