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Theatre and Film Faculty Member Lights up L.A. Stage for Global Event

October 20, 2021

Stephen Sakowski, associate professor of lighting and sound design, served as lighting director for the concert at The Greek Theatre in Los Angeles as part of the Global Citizen Live Sept. 25 fundraising event.

UToledo to Host Drug Take Back Day Collection on Oct. 23

October 20, 2021

UTPD's collection will provide the community a free and anonymous way to rid their homes of potentially dangerous expired, unused and unwanted prescription drugs from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the main entrance of UTMC.

Carlson Library Opens Rooms for Student Interviews, Family Resources

October 19, 2021

There is now a Family Resource Room and an Infant Care Room located on the second floor of the library, and a new Student Interview Room on the first floor.

UToledo Students Focus on Powering Moon Missions as NASA Space Fellows

October 19, 2021

UToledo mechanical engineering students Justyn Bobinski and Joshua Stanley spent spring and summer participating in the Artemis Lunar Exploration Program, which aims in part to return humanity to the moon in 2024.

Disability Studies Professor Featured on PBS Helen Keller Documentary

October 19, 2021

Dr. Kim Nielsen, professor of disability studies, history and women’s and gender studies at UToledo, will be featured in "American Masters: Becoming Helen Keller," which premieres locally at 9 p.m. Tuesday on WGTE.

Research, Opportunity Lead International Transfer Student to UToledo  

October 18, 2021

After researching U.S. pharmacy programs, Isaac Kaba, a 23-year-old honors student, transferred this fall to UToledo from the University of Kinshasa in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

UTMC Pulmonologist Explains Novel Treatment for Emphysema

October 18, 2021

In the latest episode of Prescribed Listening, Dr. Mohamed Omballi outlines a new, minimally invasive treatment option at The University of Toledo Medical Center for patients suffering from emphysema.

UToledo to Host Dialogue on Diversity to Discuss Domestic Violence

October 18, 2021

The virtual event, which is the first of the academic year and 16th in the series, is titled “Intersectionality in Intimate Partner Violence” and will take place 6 p.m. Thursday on Webex.

UToledo Wraps Up Vaccine Incentive Program, Continues to Encourage Reporting of Vaccine Status

October 18, 2021

The University continues to offer free COVID-19 vaccines at multiple on-campus locations. More information about the vaccine and where faculty, staff and students can get vaccinated is available on the University’s vaccine website.

UToledo Research Aims to Slay Fears of the Dentist

October 15, 2021

An estimated 40 million Americans have avoided oral care because of fear and anxiety about getting in the dentist’s chair. Psychology Professor Dr. Andrew Geers wants to know why those phobias take root.

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