UT in the News

February 24th, 2017 Posted in In The News
New campus master plan approved

The University of Toledo is in line for a $275 million overhaul.

The board of trustees on Monday approved a master plan that outlines main-campus renovations and building projects to take place over the next decade.

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Michael Harders named new VP of Advancement

The University of Toledo announced Tuesday a new cabinet-level hire in charge of fund-raising and marketing..

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Hospital leader named UTMC CEO

Dan Barbee has been named chief executive officer of The University of Toledo Medical Center after serving in the role on an interim basis since June 1, 2016.

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UT joins national study of crime data

Criminal justice researchers at the University of Toledo will join a national network studying misdemeanor crimes from arrest to conviction.

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UT students protest immigration ban

University of Toledo students on Monday joined a national wave of protest against President Trump’s ban on immigration from seven majority-Muslim countries.

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University leaders reassure international students amid travel ban

Local university presidents for both Bowling Green and Toledo reached out to their students Monday regarding President Trump’s travel ban. Each wanted to assure their campus communities of their support for international students and faculty.

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7 countries, 7 stories


Commencement ceremony to return to Glass Bowl

The University of Toledo will again celebrate graduation day inside the Glass Bowl this spring in one campus-wide commencement ceremony to recognize all students.

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Dr. Angela Davis speaks at UT to kickoff Black History Month


Climate change impact on plants


After wives suffer stroke, husbands adapt to caregiving role

Being thrust into the role of caring for a spouse or partner who’s had a stroke can be terribly unsettling. But in a small study, men reported more successes than problems in their first year of caregiving.

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Boxing group helps Parkinson’s patients


Women’s golf coach spreads awareness of heart disease


UT associate professor of social work helps establish Hope and Recovery Pets program

When West Toledo resident Robert Samberg loses track of what’s real and what’s not, it’s Kitty that brings him back.

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Engineers week at UT

Engineering students Ian Betz, left, of Whitehouse, and James Smith, right, of Van Wert, with the Formula Society of Automotive Engineers, weight the pins for tire bowling in Nitschke Hall during the first event of 2017 Toledo Area Engineers Week at the College of Engineering at The University of Toledo.

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Algae research paper among most highly cited


Feed my Starving Children event


UT grad’s southern roots deep

Cotton sent Birdel Jackson to Toledo.

Specifically: The acres of Arkansas cotton grown on land purchased after the Civil War by his freed great-great grandfather and passed on to descendants.

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Dogs visit campus for Valentine’s Day

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