Sibling harmony

May 17th, 2018 | No Comments | Posted in From Our Alumni

Two sisters surrender possessions and embark on missions of ministry By Laurie B. Davis Before alumna Joy Borish (Ed ’15) landed in Washington Court House, Ohio, where she now lives with her husband, Nathan, and teaches at Miami Trace Middle School, she was aiding victims of human trafficking and pulling Syrian refugees from the Aegean […] Read more »

Committed to UT and its progress

May 17th, 2018 | No Comments | Posted in From Our Alumni

Alumnus J.J. Dai leads supportive efforts among Chinese graduates of UT By Laurie B. Davis A close-knit group of alumni, which has been dedicated to promoting The University of Toledo, raised nearly $40,000 for an endowed scholarship and helped to start an alumni chapter in Shanghai, China. J.J. Dai (Eng PhD ’95) began leading these […] Read more »

20 Under 40

May 16th, 2018 | No Comments | Posted in From Our Alumni

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Toledo region is a bird magnet

April 24th, 2018 | No Comments | Posted in From Our Alumni

Ornithologists, birders, naturalists, conservationists band together for avian community By Laurie B. Davis In less than a month, northwest Ohio will become a birder’s paradise. Thousands of songbirds, visible at eye level within a seven-acre area at Magee Marsh, are so abundant and colorful that “they look like Christmas tree ornaments,” says naturalist Dr. Christine […] Read more »

Student Disability Services removes barriers to college

April 24th, 2018 | No Comments | Posted in From Our Alumni

All-alumni staff assists students with accommodations, encourages self-advocacy By Laurie B. Davis Alumnae Enjie Hall and Lisa Yost bonded as friends nearly two decades ago, before they shared a professional mission to assist students with disabilities in earning their degrees in higher education. At the outset of their friendship, Hall was a University of Toledo […] Read more »

UT alumna learns in non-traditional ways about Scotland’s storytelling tradition

April 24th, 2018 | No Comments | Posted in From Our Alumni

Alumna Jennifer Porath (BA VPA, ’12) fell in love with the U.K. and particularly with Scotland, where she now lives and is researching Scottish folklore and culture, focusing on the oral tradition of storytelling. When she heard about a program that explored the Scottish culture through very old stories and how, over time, they morphed […] Read more »

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