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Ice Cream Social

September 14, 2021

Jacob Knieper, a sophomore biology major, gives the thumbs-up to The University of Toledo President Gregory Postel while talking during the annual Sundae on a Monday event outside of Thompson Student Union.


Summer 2021 Algal Bloom Now Covers 300 Square Miles of Western Lake Erie, Nearing Its Annual Peak

September 9, 2021

Dr. Thomas Bridgeman, professor of ecology and director of the UToledo Lake Erie Center, discusses how this year’s algal bloom — approaching its peak — compares to previous years.


Graduate Student Lands Opportunity Promoting Environmental Policy in D.C.

September 2, 2021

Since February, Michaela Margida, a Ph.D. candidate in ecology, has been collaborating to develop agricultural and environmental policy in our nation’s capital as a science policy fellow on New Jersey Senator Cory Booker’s staff. 


Did Spacemen, or People with Ramps, Build the Pyramids?

August 25, 2021

Dr. James Harrell, professor emeritus of archaeological geology, discusses pyramids of ancient Egypt.


RockeTHON’s ‘Concert for a Cause’ Set for Aug. 27

August 24, 2021

RockeTHON partnered with Jed's on Campus, 3534 Dorr St., to host an outdoor benefit concert for a local children’s hospital. Doors open at 6 p.m., the concert runs from 7 to 10:30 p.m. Friday in Jed's parking lot.


Toledo Research: Harmful Algal Blooms Jeopardize Reptiles, Songbirds

August 18, 2021

Dr. Jeanine Refsnider, an associate professor of environmental sciences, discusses her research showing how harmful algal blooms jeopardize the health of reptiles and songbirds in the Great Lakes region.


Synergistic Science: When Industry and Academia Meet

August 12, 2021

Dr. Cora Lind-Kovacs, professor in the UToledo Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, writes about joining forces with Argonne National Laboratory and U.S. lead battery manufacturers to extend the life of lead batteries.


UToledo Success Lands Ph.D. Student Job at Lawrence Livermore National Lab

August 12, 2021

David Baliu-Rodriguez is graduating with a Ph.D. in chemistry, and on Aug. 30 will start his dream job as a postdoctoral researcher at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in Livermore, Calif.


UT Study Confirms Wildlife Health is Impacted by Algal Toxins to Varying Degrees

August 10, 2021

Dr. Jeanine Refsnider, an associate professor of environmental sciences, discusses her research showing how harmful algal blooms jeopardize the health of reptiles and songbirds in the Great Lakes region.


UT Study Confirms Wildlife Health is Impacted by Algal Toxins to Varying Degrees

August 10, 2021

Dr. Jeanine Refsnider, an associate professor of environmental sciences, discusses her research showing how harmful algal blooms jeopardize the health of reptiles and songbirds in the Great Lakes region.


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