The club bested many prominent sailing teams in competitions last fall, including a third-place finish on the first day of racing at the Inter-Collegiate Sailing Association National Championship.
Casey Andrews reluctantly paused her education at UToledo to begin chemotherapy in early 2019. Now 23, cancer-free and married, she is scheduled to graduate in August.
Angie Gorny, director of the Shah Center for Engineering Career Development at The University of Toledo, was recently announced as the 2021 recipient of the Alvah K. Borman Award.
Govind Sharma Shyam Sunder is co-author of five journal articles, has a patent, a job at Waters Corp. in Milford, Mass., and on Friday will receive his Doctorate in Chemistry.
Following graduation, Breanne Crockett will join Oak Ridge National Laboratory as an associate researcher with long-term plans to pursue a Ph.D. in computer science.
Sarah Felix will graduate with her master’s degree in biomedical science and a concentration in physician assistant studies, and then will decide between one of two job opportunities at a Toledo-area hospital.
Micah Lawson knew right away that his version should be slowed down and feature a gentle piano to convey the proper relaxed mood. And, of course, the addition of winter sleigh bells was a fait accompli.
Maria Mauder transformed a toilet into two terrestrial hemispheres — a forest and deep sea — for a toilet-painting contest by Waterhouse Bath and Kitchen Studio in Perrysburg for World Toilet Day.
In recognition of Native American Heritage Month, The University of Toledo will celebrate the history, culture and accomplishments of Indigenous peoples throughout November.
The event begins at 5:30 p.m. with a panel discussion in the Thompson Student Union Ingman Room, featuring University faculty and staff who were the first in their family to go to college, followed by a meet-and-greet mixer at 7 p.m.