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UToledo Professor Publishes Thought-Provoking ‘Black Professor, White University’

August 24, 2020

“Black Professor, White University” by Dr. Sakui W.G. Malakpa, UToledo professor of special education, uses fiction to spotlight the racism that exists in the world of academia.


UToledo Student to Study in Spain as Recipient of National Scholarship

August 13, 2020

Third-year student Terri Draper will study abroad in 2021 thanks to the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship.


Education Alumni Offer Creative Tips to Keep Students Engaged While Learning Remotely

May 8, 2020

The Judith Herb College of Education is sharing the advice of alumni for successful remote learning through a Teacher Chronicles series on its Facebook page.


Virtual Job Fair Connects Rockets to Education Employers April 22

April 21, 2020

The annual UTeach Job Fair will happen virtually Wednesday, April 22, connecting education students and alumni with employers from around the country using the Career Fair Plus app.


Fellows Named for MAC Leadership Program

January 17, 2020

Four faculty members are participating in the Mid-American Conference Academic Leadership Development Program.


Families Set to Celebrate Commencement Dec. 14

December 9, 2019

More than 2,000 UToledo students will graduate at commencement ceremonies Saturday, Dec. 14, in Savage Arena.


Graduate and Professional Program Fair Slated for Oct. 30

October 24, 2019

Check out your options: UToledo will hold a Graduate and Professional Program Fair Wednesday, Oct. 30.


Day of Giving College Events and Giving Stations

October 14, 2019

UToledo alumni, faculty and staff members, students, and friends: Check out the events planned for the third annual Day of Giving, which will take place Tuesday and Wednesday, Oct. 15 and 16.


Grad Student Keeps Children ‘Bookin’ Through the Summer’ Using Mystery Readers, Social Media

August 30, 2019

Amy Kochendoerfer, doctoral student in the Judith Herb College of Education, inspired kids to read with the “Bookin’ Through the Summer” program at the Bedford Public Library in Michigan.


Public Invited to UToledo Simulation Training for Staying Safe During Mass Violence Incident

August 29, 2019

UToledo and the Lucas County Sheriff’s Office will host “S.T.R.I.V.E. to Survive” Tuesday, Sept. 3. The free training program will address how to prepare and respond during a mass violence incident.