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Dean of College of Health and Human Services Announced

June 9, 2020

Dr. Mark A. Merrick has been selected to lead the UToledo College of Health and Human Services. His appointment begins July 1.

UToledo Unites in Solidarity to Identify Solutions to Address Systemic Racial Injustice

June 5, 2020

The University of Toledo’s campus community united in solidarity and support Thursday evening for those affected by the killing of George Floyd.

Three Rockets Named MAC Distinguished Scholar Athletes

May 21, 2020

Women's indoor track and field athletes Rayna Horner and Petronela Simuic along with Izzy Jones from the women's swimming and diving team were named Distinguished Scholar Athletes.

UToledo Experts Share What You Need to Know About COVID-19 as States Reopen

May 20, 2020

Dr. Brian Fink and Dr. Jennifer Hanrahan, public health and infectious disease experts at the University, offer tips to stay safe as governments begin lifting restrictions.

State Awards UToledo $613,436 to Lead Harmful Algal Bloom Research Projects

May 14, 2020

UToledo scientists will lead four new projects announced by the Ohio Department of Higher Education’s Harmful Algal Bloom Research Initiative.

UToledo Students Join Volunteer Army of Contact Tracers

May 12, 2020

As of the first week of May, the Volunteer Contact Tracing Program has grown to include 57 public health students, 65 students from the College of Nursing and five students from the physician assistant program.

UToledo’s National Youth Sports Program Canceled This Year

May 12, 2020

The University of Toledo has canceled this year's National Youth Sports Program due to the coronavirus.

Ph.D. Candidate Aims to Impact Next Generation of Mental Health

May 8, 2020

Clark Ausloos, who will receive his doctorate in counselor education, is pursuing his goal to serve people who consistently face discrimination or who find themselves underrepresented in traditional mental health communities.

Softball Player Never Gave Up

May 7, 2020

Senior first baseman Morgan Paaverud has used lessons learned in softball to help pursue her goal to become a recreational therapist.

Student-Athlete Gained Lifelong Impact From Basketball

May 6, 2020

Luke Knapke received two degrees from UToledo while leading the Rockets on the basketball court.