Quinci Copeland graduates with a doctor of medicine degree from the UToledo College of Medicine and Life Sciences at the May 21 ceremony and will stay local to complete her emergency medicine residency.
UToledo’s newest alumni were celebrated for their perseverance to earn their degrees despite the challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic.
As a natural resources technician for the Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Hannah LaPoint works to remove invasive species, conduct prescribed burns and maintain the facilities of northwest Ohio’s nature preserves.
The husband and wife, who are expecting their first child, plan to attend commencement to celebrate their master’s degrees in public health epidemiology, which they earned while completing their medical residencies.
Hunter Eby plans to stay a few more years in the College of Medicine and Life Sciences, having been accepted into the doctor of medicine program. He also is applying to a Ph.D. program.
The 2020-2021 Distinguished University Lecturers are Dr. Todd Crail in Environmental Sciences, Suzanne Smith in English and Nancy Snow in Accounting.
The UToledo Board of Trustees heard updates at its April meeting from the leaders of the modernize human resources and reinvestment strategy teams of the University’s key initiatives.
A total of 70 faculty members were approved for tenure and promotion by the UToledo Board of Trustees at its April meeting.
Douglas Huffner will join UToledo as associate vice president for risk management and chief risk officer effective April 19.
Norman Nitschke, an engineer and inventor who generously supported UToledo College of Engineering, died Sunday, Feb. 14. He was 100 years old.