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March 8 Submission Deadline for Virtual Health Science Campus Artist Showcase

February 22, 2021

Visual and literary works from students, faculty and staff in the health sciences — nursing, medicine, pharmacy and health professions, as well as hospital employees — will be considered for the showcase and works must be submitted online by March 8.

New Student Lounge Opens on Health Science Campus

February 5, 2021

Located in the area previously known as the Mulford Café, the space provides comfortable seating, study tables, computer terminals, a microwave and beverage vending.

UT CommunityCare Clinic to host second annual golf tournament in July

June 27, 2016

RSVP to hit the links for a good cause: Sign up for the UT CommunityCare Clinic's second annual golf tournament, which will take place Saturday, July 16.

Faculty certified through Pathway to Master Online Instructor Program

June 24, 2016

Four faculty members have completed the Pathway to Master Online Instructor Program.

UT conference encourages living well after cancer diagnosis

June 10, 2016

RSVP for the Mind, Body, Soul, Spirit: The Journey From Survivor to Thriver conference, which will take place Saturday, June 25, on UT's Scott Park Campus.

Fun and learning on tap for National Youth Sports Program

June 2, 2016

Students will return to UT for the 2016 National Youth Sports Program, which will run from June 6 to June 24.

Parents advised to be aware of dangers of e-cigarettes

May 20, 2016

Health experts at UT urge parents to be vigilant in keeping electronic cigarettes out of the reach of young children.

UT offering free health coaching to breast cancer survivors

April 26, 2016

Breast cancer survivors: Sign up for free health coaching.

Faculty members receive promotion, tenure

April 26, 2016

See which faculty members received tenure and promotions as approved by the UT Board of Trustees.

UT among Ohio universities to receive $1.9 million Harmful Algal Bloom Research Initiative Awards

March 2, 2016

Four UT projects have received funding from the Ohio Department of Higher Education’s Harmful Algal Bloom Research Initiative.

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