UT in the News

December 19th, 2017 Posted in In The News
The scientific reason you shouldn’t give your kids so many toys at Christmas

A small study out of the University of Toledo could cause some parents to pause before buying a new toy this Christmas.

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Law professor Nicole Porter about the reporting options available for women who experience harassment


Associate Law professor Agnieszka McPeak speaks on net neutrality


City of Toledo discusses raising tobacco age

The possibility of raising the tobacco purchase age to 21 moved a step closer to a vote before Toledo City Council after a public meeting Wednesday to discuss the issue.

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UT publishes first research paper making substantial use of Discovery Channel Telescope partnership

The University of Toledo’s partnership with the Discovery Channel Telescope in Arizona has helped launch the UT astronomy program onto a new level. For the first time, a UT graduate student published a significant paper made possible by data collected from observations with the telescope.

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Area scientists visit Lake Erie Center to calibrate instruments


UT social media ranked 14th among all Division I institutions

Educational, informative, fun and timely. Those are just some of the factors that have placed The University of Toledo’s social media content ahead of the pack.

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UT police chief discusses winter break safety


Toledo jazz vocalist redefined his genre

First, there was legendary pianist Art Tatum, who died in 1956.

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Jones Leadership Academy students learn dining etiquette

The lesson was given by Robin Reeves of Robin Reeves Etiquette and Image Consulting for students in the YES program.

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UTMC nurses donate toys


UT quarterback, football coach honored by MAC

Senior quarterback Logan Woodside was named Mid-American Conference Offensive Player of the Year and the Vern Smith Leadership Award winner.

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