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Using Visual Literacy in the Classroom

January 28, 2020

Read how the University and the Toledo Museum of Art's Visual Literacy Initiative is making a difference for students and faculty.


Attending Propel Collegiate Leadership Summit 2019

December 19, 2019

UToledo student Lexa Bauer writes about attending the Propel Collegiate Leadership Summit.


Paddling and Pondering: Kayaking on the Ottawa River

November 26, 2019

Dr. Christopher Martin, visiting associate professor of philosophy and religious studies, and director of the Roger Ray Institute for the Humanities, wrote about kayaking on the Ottawa River.


American Dream Comes True

September 27, 2019

Yixing Chen, UToledo employee and alumnus, shares his story about coming to America at age 8 and becoming a U.S. citizen.


Women’s Basketball Team Travels to Italy for Exhibition Games, Sightseeing

August 30, 2019

Head Women's Basketball Coach Tricia Cullop reflects on the team's recent trip to Italy.


Racing Internship With Hendrick Motorsports Fuels Dreams

August 27, 2019

Michael Day, a senior majoring in mechanical engineering, writes about his internship with Hendrick Motorsports in Charlotte, N.C.


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.


In search of excellence found: UT Medical Center Outpatient Rehabilitation Services

November 9, 2018

Dr. Clinton O. Longenecker, Distinguished University Professor, shares his experience coming back from rotator cuff surgery with the help of UT Medical Center Outpatient Rehabilitation Services.


Reflections on China: Teaching English, touring with Yale Alley Cats, showing Rocket pride

March 30, 2018

Jeremy Holloway, a doctoral student in the Judith Herb College of Education, wrote about his recent trip to China.


Remembering John F. Savage: Businessman, benefactor, father

March 23, 2018

Sean Savage shares memories of his father, UT alumnus and benefactor John F. Savage.