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Making Connections: Engineering Student Interns in Silicon Valley

September 12, 2019

Naba Rizvi, a junior in the College of Engineering, spent her summer in in San Jose, Calif., where she interned at Adobe Research.


Doodle Revolution Leader to Speak at Museum as Part of Honors College Distinguished Lecture Series

September 4, 2019

Sunni Brown, author of “The Doodle Revolution,” will visit for the Jesup Scott Honors College Distinguished Lecture Series. She will speak Thursday, Sept. 12, at the Toledo Museum of Art.


Entertainment icon Katie Holmes to deliver commencement address May 4

April 29, 2019

Katie Holmes will return to her hometown to speak at the University's graduation ceremony Saturday, May 4.


Service learning trip to Guatemala an eye-opening experience

April 19, 2019

Brianna Becraft reflects on her service learning trip she took through the Jesup Scott Honors College.


Fulbright Scholar Program workshop set for April 19

April 16, 2019

Interested faculty, administration members and professionals are encouraged to attend the free Fulbright Scholar Workshop Friday, April 19, in Carlson Library Room 1005. The presentations will include an introduction to the Fulbright Program, information about teaching and research opportunities in more than 120 countries, and tips on how to craft a competitive application. The workshop ...


Detroit theater company to present ‘Lysistrata’ April 12

April 10, 2019

The Black and Brown Theater of Detroit will give a staged reading of “Lysistrata” Friday, April 12, at 1:30 p.m. in the Savage Arena Joe Grogan Room.


Former NSF director, water quality expert to speak at University

March 19, 2019

Dr. Rita Colwell, who discovered cholera can enter a dormant state and lurk in water until conditions are again favorable for it to grow, will visit the University for two talks Monday and Tuesday, March 25 and 26.


Women’s History Month to be celebrated at University

March 11, 2019

Read about the events that will take place at The University of Toledo in honor of Women's History Month.


Insects hijack reproductive genes of grape vines to create own living space on plant

February 26, 2019

UToledo biologists discovered grape phylloxera hijacks a grape vine’s reproductive programs to create a leaf gall, which it uses as a pseudo apartment for the parasite to siphon off the plant’s nutrients.


UT student to graduate Dec. 15, start job as mayor of Oak Harbor in 2019

December 13, 2018

Quinton Babcock will receive two bachelor's degrees with honors from The University of Toledo this month and then start his new job as mayor of Oak Harbor, Ohio, in 2019.