UT in the News

December 26th, 2016 Posted in In The News
UT leader: Result of work for better rank will take time

University of Toledo President Sharon Gaber told an audience of business leaders that the university is committed to improving its national rank but cautioned it will take time to see results of that work.

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UT campus master plan


UT, BGSU hold their fall commencement ceremonies

Much has been said about the millennial generation, Timothy Snyder said Saturday to a packed Savage Arena, and plenty of it has been negative.

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Board of Trustees approve conversion to 15-week semesters

The University of Toledo will offer 15-week semesters beginning in the 2017-18 academic year to provide students with more flexibility for success in the classroom and experiential learning opportunities.

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UT awarded Department of Commerce innovation grant to invest in academic researchers throughout Northwest Ohio

The U.S. Department of Commerce awarded The University of Toledo $500,000 to help launch startup companies, move ideas to market, and spur job creation through faculty research.

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UT Medical Center earns national safety recognition

An increased focus on patient safety has earned The University of Toledo Medical Center a place on a ranking by Consumer Reports of the country’s safest teaching hospitals.

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Human trafficking victim aid boosted with Toledo Community Foundation grants

An effort to coordinate services for area human trafficking victims received a $75,000 boost from the Toledo Community Foundation.

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PhD student searches for Earth-like planet


Emotional abuse in childhood may mean migraine later

Emotional abuse during childhood packs more of a wallop than physical or even sexual abuse when it comes to increasing odds of migraine later in life, researchers said.

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UT astronomer selected as member of elite NASA group focus on cosmic origins

A University of Toledo astronomer who specializes in the formation of stars and planets has been named to a 12-member NASA advisory group.

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UT students Relay for Life

It’s the season of giving and this 12 hour relay is raising tens of thousands of dollars for the American Cancer Society.

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Toledo’s bell towers are a ‘voice to the community’

For churches and universities throughout northwest Ohio, ringing in the holidays is a literal affair.

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Art student restores globe in Carlson Library

What the globe in Carlson Library needed was love, sweet love. And some new paint.

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