UToledo in the News

October 14th, 2019 Posted in UToledo in the news
Governor appoints two trustees

A local attorney and dentist have been appointed to The University of Toledo Board of Trustees.

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UToledo wins nearly $1 million grant to help meet need for engineers in high demand

The National Science Foundation awarded $999,984 to The University of Toledo to operate an innovative program that supports academically talented and low-income students who want to pursue an engineering degree.

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Local effort to develop portable toxin meters wins federal grant

Scientists from Bowling Green State University and the University of Toledo have been awarded $408,371 in federal grant money for the next fiscal year to continue their work to develop portable devices that can provide reliable, real-time information about algal bloom toxin levels.

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UToledo hypertension expert receives prestigious American Heart Association award

The American Heart Association has recognized University of Toledo hypertension researcher Dr. Bina Joe for her innovative work focusing on the links between high blood pressure, genetics and gut bacteria.

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UTMC offers minimally invasive CryoMaze procedure for patients with AFib

Atrial fibrillation, or AFib, is a heart arrythmia that occurs when the upper and lower chambers of the heart beat chaotically and out of coordination, sometimes causing symptoms such as palpitations or fluttering in the chest, shortness of breath, weakness, and fatigue.

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University of Toledo honors Dr. Nina McClelland with new chemistry lab

A retired chemist and former University of Toledo dean who had a role in elevating drinking water standards worldwide is being honored by UT on Thursday with a new laboratory named in her honor.

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Jobs opportunities in nuclear security come to Toledo


Nearly 500 high school students at UToledo for Human Trafficking 101

For 15 years, Pink Johnson was a victim of sex trafficking.

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Rupali Chandar, University of Toledo – Star Forming Galaxies

Rupali Chandar, professor of astronomy, examines how these extreme systems compare to our Milky Way.

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Mobile medical team assesses health needs in Bahamas after Hurricane Dorian

Untreated chronic illnesses, wounds and stress-related complications are some of the medical issues Abaco Islands residents are still facing in the wake of Hurricane Dorian, according to a Catholic Charities-sponsored medical team leader who recently visited the region.

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UToledo political science students learning from impeachment inquiry


Making Connections: Engineering student interns in Silicon Valley

Naba Rizvi is one of nine students selected from more than 1,000 applicants to receive the Adobe Research Women-in-Technology Scholarship.

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University of Toledo holds naturalization ceremony for Constitution Day


9/11 Memorial Stair Climb at UToledo Glass Bowl


University of Toledo hosts 22 push-up challenge to raise awareness for veteran suicide


Material matters: 2019 sculpture symposium focuses on student work

In a sculpture exhibition in downtown Toledo, a compilation of cockatiels whistle a popular television theme song, over and over.

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Photos and video from the UToledo Homecoming parade

University of Toledo’s Edward C. and Helen G. Schmakel Homecoming Parade in Toledo.

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