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Visual Literacy Initiative Provides Tools for Faculty to Engage Students During Remote Learning

January 20, 20213

Faculty members are invited to three virtual workshops, presented by UToledo faculty and accessible via Webex, beginning with “Improving Visual Literacy" on Jan. 22

On-Campus Bus Service Limited During Spring Semester

January 19, 20212

TARTA is providing campus service along the Blue Loop route only in a single, clockwise direction throughout the semester. The Gold Loop counterclockwise service is temporarily suspended.

Welcome Back

January 19, 20212

Charles Riggle, a freshman studying chemical engineering, receives help from his mother, Carol Riggle, carrying supplies to his room in Parks Tower last week when moving back on campus following the semester break.

Doctoral Student Researches Opportunities to Strengthen Food Systems

January 19, 20214

Adding doctoral studies to her work and personal commitments has been difficult, Brittany Jones said, but UToledo faculty in her department have been fully supportive. “I can go to them for anything."

Watch Spring Welcome Back Virtual Forum

January 15, 20213

Watch video of the virtual form held Friday, Jan. 15 that provided faculty and staff updates about the University's COVID-19 response ahead of the start of spring semester.

UToledo Electrical Engineer Featured in Children’s Book About Africa

January 15, 20215

“Great Minds and Finds in Africa” features Dr. Ngalula Sandrine Mubenga, UToledo assistant professor of electrical engineering technology in the College of Engineering, who researches battery power systems.

UToledo Medical Student Part of National Institutes of Health Yearlong Research Program

January 14, 20213

Rajit Banerjee was accepted into the Medical Research Scholars Program, a one-year research fellowship at the NIH in Bethesda, Maryland, for the class of 2020-21.

Teaching Science to Children Enhanced When Families Learn Together

January 14, 20213

The UToledo Judith Herb College of Education awarded Hapgood a three-year appointment as the Judith Daso Herb Endowed Chair for her project titled “STEAM Power Generation: Families Learning Together.”

UToledo Continues COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution Under Ohio’s Phased Approach

January 13, 20214

As the Ohio Department of Health’s phased approach to vaccination moves from Phase 1A to Phase 1B, the vaccine will be offered to a broader cross-section of the community beginning the week of Jan. 19.

UToledo Director Receives Top Honor for Trio of Underwater Photos

January 13, 20212

Rick Francis received the top prize in the “Beginner” category of a competition by the British Society of Underwater Photographers for photographers who have not previously placed in a major underwater photo competition.

UToledo Announces Spring Dining Options, Changes

January 12, 20212

UToledo students and employees will have several on-campus dining options ahead of the first day of classes on Jan. 19 including the addition of Pom & Honey and Tu Taco.