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Throwback Thursday

June 23, 2022

In what is now the oldest residence hall on campus, two UToledo students lounge in their MacKinnon Hall dorm room back in 1980. Check out their stereo receiver, complete with a built-in AM-FM radio tuner and an 8-track tape player, on the bookshelf as a musical complement to the turntable. MacKinnon North was built in 1938 and MacKinnon South in 1962.


Interim Leader Named Permanent Dean of UToledo Libraries

June 16, 2022

Thomas Atwood, a professor and interim dean of University Libraries, has been selected to lead University Libraries as dean.


2022 Awards for Creative and Scholarly Activity Announced

June 9, 2022

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.


UToledo Libraries Again Receiving Book Donations

June 7, 2022

University Libraries is accepting items produced by local authors, books on local history or books that directly support the University’s current teaching and research needs.


UToledo-Curated Exhibit About Feeling Safe Draws on Community Participation

April 22, 2022

Barbara Miner, professor and chair of the Department of Art, developed "The Holding Project" with community artist/author Lee Fearnside and Dr. Ashley Pryor Geiger, associate professor of humanities, in response to the rise of anti-Asian American and Pacific Islander violence.


Rocket Health Coalition Hosting Week of Activities to Help Students De-Stress

April 22, 2022

Throughout the week of April 25-29, students are encouraged to stop by the scheduled events and activities on Main and Health Science campuses to engage, learn and relax.


Throwback Thursday

April 21, 2022

As we approach spring graduation, we remember a major milestone for The University of Toledo: then-President Frank Horton handing out the 100,000th diploma to Kimberly Urban during the June 11, 1994, commencement ceremony. UToledo will celebrate the class of 2022 during the two undergraduate commencement ceremonies on May 7 and the graduate commencement ceremony on May 6.


‘What Were You Wearing?’ Returns in Recognition of Sexual Assault Awareness Month

April 4, 2022

Hosted by UToledo’s Title IX Office, the exhibit returns with a new collection April 11-14 in Carlson Library Room 1005.


Throwback Thursday

March 31, 2022

In celebration of Women’s History Month, we honor Mildred Taylor, a critically acclaimed children’s author and UToledo alumna, class of 1965. A Mississippi native raised in Toledo, Taylor, now 78, was inspired by her family’s history to write stories exploring the struggles of African American families from the era of enslavement through the Jim Crow period including the children’s book “Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry,” which won the Newberry Medal in 1976.


Mulford Library Completes Million-Dollar Second-Phase Renovations

March 15, 2022

The upgrades and changes were funded by a capital request from the state and focused on improving accessibility and responding to student requests.


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