Dr. Jason Stumbo, associate professor of music and director of bands, poses with UToledo’s new Schulmerich g5, which provides the hourly bell chimes for the iconic bell tower.
Dr. Tyler Branson wrote “Policy Regimes: College Writing and Public Education Policy in the United States” to help make sense of educational inequality in the country.
The 23 faculty members were recognized on May 10 for leading the University in contributing new or advanced knowledge through research publications or original contributions in the arts during the 2019-20 and 2020-21 years.
Exploring and sharing her culture is important to Abigail Hernandez. She was part of the Filipino American Association and was a founding member of the Physical Therapy Multicultural Leadership Council.
Elly Filas was certain her future was in medicine. As a junior, she discovered her passion for environmental engineering — and that’s when her career path became clear.
The University of Toledo recognizes these outstanding faculty and staff for their exceptional achievements and their significant contributions to our students, the University and the community.
Tre Hogue gave journalism a go, but the inward clarion call to become a legal advocate proved too much for him to ignore.
Kyle Jakob, who will receive his bachelor’s degree in communication studies, said his 3.5 years in the Army helped prepare him for the rigors of higher education.
UToledo faculty and students used GIS (Geographic Information Systems) to create a virtual map that users can access via their cell phones and computers to plot routes for walking, biking and even riding the bus to Toledo-area artworks.
The 2020-21 Distinguished University Lecturers are Dr. Jillian Bornak in physics and astronomy, Jacalyn Flom in management, Heather Robbins in exercise and rehabilitation sciences and Dr. Nilgun Sezginis in population health.