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March 31st, 2016 Posted in UToledo in the news
New UT Provost a Dean at San Jose State

An engineering dean from San Jose State University will be the next University of Toledo provost.

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Second Merger Planned on Main UT Campus

The University of Toledo is proceeding with plans for another main-campus merger, a move that would combine a college offering music, art, and communications programs with one that includes foreign languages, English, and history.

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FDA Approves Four Therapies Tested in Clinical Trials at UTMC

The University of Toledo Medical Center offers Toledo-area patients investigational therapies that contribute to the growth of science and improved health care across the country.

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Emotional Abuse in Childhood Can Lead to Migraines Later in Life

Researchers have found a ‘significant’ link between emotional abuse in a person’s formative years and the chances of them suffering from migraines as an adult.

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Binge Watching Impacts Health

UT Medical Students Find Their Match

Squeals of joy and hugs were plentiful during the annual Match Day celebration Friday, as 165 fourth-year medical students at the University of Toledo learned which residency programs they will enter.

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UT to Launch Database of Toledo, Area

Data detailing Toledo’s demographics, land use, and businesses soon will be searchable in one spot.

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UT to Honor Doctor Who Survived Ebola

An American physician who risked his life to treat patients in West Africa during the Ebola crisis will be honored Saturday by the University of Toledo’s college of medicine and life sciences.

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Heroin Overdose Simulation

UT Student Team Awarded $15,000 U.S. EPA Grant

Teach Toledo Initiative

A new initiative by the University of Toledo and Toledo Public Schools aims to recruit and train Toledoans to teach in city schools.

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Rocky Helps Kick-Start UT Bike Sharing Program

Rocky the Rocket, the University of Toledo sports mascot, leads the way, followed by Emily Mohn, a UT marketing strategist, center left, and graduate student Alexa Orr as they ride together to celebrate the reopening of the communal bike program Rocket Wheels. The program got under way this week and is open to students, faculty, and staff of the university. Three stations are spread out across campus so participants can borrow one of 50 bikes for up to six hours.

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Local High School Senior in UT’s Upward Bound Program Selected for National Program

Campaign Critical Fundraiser

Students Show They Don’t Crack Under Pressure

Five floors it floated down, paper parachutes decreasing its descent until the end, egg still intact.

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Pancakes Inspire Children’s Book and Performance

Wit, merriment, and mirth are the hallmarks of The Great Pancake Escape, Ballet Theatre of Toledo’s winter production, which finds three of the city’s most creative minds joining forces to lift characters from the pages of a children’s fantasy for two weekend performances.

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