UT in the News

October 27th, 2016 Posted in In The News
UT increases enrollment, reversing five-year trend

The number of students taking classes at The University of Toledo in the fall semester increased by 267 students, marking the first enrollment gain in six years.

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UT gets $3.3M+ grant to study PTSD

A five-year, $3.38 million federal grant to the University of Toledo Health Science Campus will help researchers study post-traumatic stress disorder in civilian patients treated at local emergency departments.

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UT secures midlevel ranking in global study

The University of Toledo held on to its middle-of-the-pack place in an international ranking of universities released Wednesday.

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Two couples each give UT gifts of $1M

A former high school Spanish teacher and University of Toledo graduate gave $1 million to the education college at her alma mater.

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Student Union to be named after Lancelot C.A. Thompson

The University of Toledo will rename the Student Union building on campus in honor of the late Lancelot C.A. Thompson, a retired chemistry professor and vice president of student affairs who died last week.

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UT receives grant to expand sex assault response

UT announced the grant from the U.S. Department of Justice on Thursday. The grant will allow UT to expand the center’s services and pay to train members of the university community on sexual assault, domestic violence, stalking, and dating violence.

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Researcher at UT gets grant to study algal toxin filtration

A University of Toledo researcher has received a $224,937 grant to help make filters at conventional water-treatment plants, including Toledo’s Collins Park Water Treatment Plant, operate more efficiently at removing algal toxins by better understanding how bacteria works.

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UT astronomer helps capture first sharp image of famous exploding star’s raging winds


Human trafficking conference at UT


College Credit Plus

A popular state program that allows high schoolers to take college courses at no cost needs to be reformed, according to representatives of school districts that foot the tuition and textbook bill.

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Civil rights leader Andrew Young visits UT

Civil-rights leader Andrew Young advised a Toledo audience to look at the problems the country faces today from an economic point of view instead of from a racial one.

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Lymphedema expert speaks at UT


Science center gets early education grant

Toledo’s Imagination Station received more than $300,000 Tuesday to help with early childhood education in science, technology, engineering, and math.

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UT hosts panel on diversity and inclusion


‘Shark Tank’ entrepreneur tells his story to UT crowd

Daymond John wanted to get something out of the way right up front during his presentation at the University of Toledo. He wasn’t going to be getting into microeconomics or financial best practices.

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UT football players spend the day at Mom’s House

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