Julia Hatfield, a biomedical engineering sophomore, plays laser tag in the Student Union Auditorium during one of the activities Monday to kick off Student Appreciation Week.
April 20, 2021

Laser Focused

Julia Hatfield, a biomedical engineering sophomore, plays laser tag in the Student Union Auditorium during one of the activities Monday to kick off Student Appreciation Week.

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April 20, 2021

Emilie Easton, who will graduate with her J.D. in May and has accepted a position with the Army JAG Corps, credits faculty in the UToledo College of Law for helping her gain confidence to successfully advocate for her clients.


April 20, 2021

In her UToledo Students Vlog, Shawna Jakubowski, a senior majoring in disability studies, says Rockets sometimes need to make a few course/flight adjustments – and that’s OK. By changing her major, she’s discovered a passion for disability studies.


April 20, 2021

Marathon to Affect Traffic, Parking Lots Beginning April 22

Students, faculty, staff and visitors who may be traveling on or around campus in the coming days are asked to plan ahead for disruptions due to marathon events.


April 19, 2021

UToledo Scientist’s Data Analysis Shows Climate Change Reached Bottom of Lake Michigan

Dr. Song Qian, associate professor in the UToledo Department of Environmental Sciences, used a 30-year data set to investigate how climate change is impacting the deepest parts of Lake Michigan.


April 19, 2021

Students to Co-Host First Online Biodesign Symposium April 21

UToledo's Brian Carpenter and Eric Zeigler are among experts scheduled speak about their work and ambitions for biodesigns, along with keynote speaker Dr. Laura Forlano.


April 19, 2021

Business College’s Career Support Prepares Graduate for Professional Growth

Ahmad Farah has been a college Pacemaker Award recipient, served as president of Alpha Kappa Psi and had a successful 2019 summer internship with Owens Corning evolve into a post-graduation career opportunity.


April 19, 2021

State of Diversity Report, Inclusive Excellence Awards Scheduled for April 21

The second annual State of Diversity Report will take place at noon via WebEx. Dr. Willie McKether, vice president of diversity and inclusion and vice provost, will share highlights of the division’s efforts across campus.


April 16, 2021

Toledo Swimmer to Graduate Full Year Early with Bachelor’s in Mathematics

Lauren Wegener, a junior on The University of Toledo swimming and diving team, will wrap up her degree in just three years.


April 16, 2021

Distinguished University Lecturers Named

The 2020-2021 Distinguished University Lecturers are Dr. Todd Crail in Environmental Sciences, Suzanne Smith in English and Nancy Snow in Accounting.


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