UT in the News

November 27th, 2017 Posted in In The News
University of Toledo improving lives and the community

As a public research university, the University of Toledo exists to provide access to a high-quality education, to advance knowledge through research and discovery, and to serve our community.

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UT president concerned tax bill would hike college costs

University of Toledo President Sharon Gaber is concerned the Republican tax-reform bill would make college less affordable for students and take away incentives for those who donate to colleges and universities.

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UT alumnus inventor lands deal on Shark Tank

Tom Burden had all the sharks circling to get a piece of his product when he appeared on the hit ABC show Shark Tank on Sunday. He is also a member of the Air National Guard’s 180th Fighter Wing in Swanton.

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Budding entrepreneurs compete in “Shark Tank” competition at UT

Jordan Keefe and Eric Holmes found themselves in need of money after graduating from college.

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UT, BGSU sign foreign language course exchange agreement

The University of Toledo and Bowling Green State University have announced a collaboration in foreign language education that will expand opportunities for students at both universities, while saving resources by reducing duplicative academic programs.

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Interim dean of College of Business and Innovation named

Dr. Hassan HassabElnaby, associate dean for graduate programs and research for the College of Business and Innovation, has been named interim dean of the college.

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Three researchers named fellows of American Association for the Advancement of Science

Three University of Toledo researchers have been named Fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) in recognition of their important contributions to scientific discovery.

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UT Law School hosts Great Lakes Water Conference

One of the Kasich administration’s key players in the fight against algal blooms said Friday the future health of western Lake Erie is tied to the state’s commitment to do more aggressive edge-of-field research in each of the lake’s watersheds, not a federal Clean Water Act impairment designation that would subject farmers to more regulations.

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Veterans, military families, active service honored with special breakfast at UT


UT researcher makes discovery about massive stars as part of international team of astronomers

For the first time, astronomers have mapped the surface of a massive hot star, proving a decades-long theory that hot spots on the star’s surface affect the behavior of stellar winds. A University of Toledo astronomer was a member of the international research team that made the groundbreaking discovery.

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Ohio Sixth District Court of Appeals hearings held on campus

Ohio’s 6th District Court of Appeals will decide whether a former Whitehouse man convicted last year of the 1982 murder of Dana Rosendale received a fair trial.

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UT center marks 25 years helping family-owned firms

Twenty-five years ago, a group of founders from several local family-owned businesses approached the University of Toledo with a problem.

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Lymphedema from head to toe


Pop-ow! ‘Popeye’ Deformity can be a painful armful

A 79-year-old man picked up an object with his left hand and suddenly felt a sharp pain in his shoulder. Something moved in his upper arm. And with that, he was Popeye.

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Jones Leadership Academy students learn collaboration is the key in business

If Savannah Maddox is going to open her own plastic surgery practice one day, she’s going to need a skill set she might not learn in medical school.

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Self-defense training on campus


Visiting UT professor publishes debut book of poetry

A visiting professor at the University of Toledo recently published her first book, Let’s All Die Happy, the winner of the 2016 Agnes Lynch Starrett Poetry Prize at the University of Pittsburgh Press.

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Toledo soccer wins conference-best fifth MAC tournament championship

Senior forward Sophie Pohl found the back of the net with five seconds remaining in overtime to propel Toledo over Bowling Green, 2-1, in the Mid-American Conference’s championship match Sunday afternoon at Dix Stadium in Kent, Ohio. The win gives the Rockets their conference-best fifth MAC Tournament Championship and clinches a berth in the NCAA Tournament.

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