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UToledo Doctoral Student Receives Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship

July 23, 2020

Michaela Margida, a doctoral student in the UToledo Department of Environmental Sciences, is one of five recipients of the John A. Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Sea Grant fellowship program.


UToledo Research Funding Increases 41.5% in Four Years

July 20, 2020

UToledo's strong research profile continues to grow as research dollars-to-date are more than $54.2 million, an increase of 17% over all of fiscal year 2019 and 41.5% higher than our research awards four years ago.


Study Reveals Many Great Lakes State Parks Impacted By Record-High Water Levels

July 10, 2020

UToledo graduate student Eric Kostecky presented research on the impact of recent record-high water levels on Lake Huron, Lake Ontario, Lake Michigan, Lake Erie and Lake Superior at the 2020 Great Lakes Virtual Conference.


UToledo Researchers Tracking Algal Bloom on Maumee River, Lake Erie

July 8, 2020

University algae scientists and student researchers took measurements and collected water samples on the Maumee River. The crew was dispatched July 8 after a harmful algal bloom appeared in downtown Toledo.


2016 Presidential Campaign Emails Reveal Strategy, Surprises

June 10, 2020

Dr. Jeff Broxmeyer, UToledo assistant professor of political science, helped analyze how presidential candidates utilized email during their 2016 campaigns.


UToledo Resumes Research on Campus Prioritizing Health, Safety

June 9, 2020

Faculty, staff and students are following safety protocols and conducting research again as laboratories reopened this week on campus.


UToledo Psychologists Study How Americans Are Coping With Impacts of COVID-19

June 3, 2020

Dr. Matthew Tull, UToledo psychology professor, led a study to assess how COVID-19 and social distancing are affecting Americans' mental health.


New Research From UToledo Medical Resident Links COVID-19 to Loss of Taste

May 27, 2020

Dr. Muhammad Aziz, UToledo chief internal medicine resident, has published a study showing almost half of individuals who contract COVID-19 experience an abnormal or complete loss of their sense of taste.


UToledo Chemists Identify Toxic Chemicals in Fracking Wastewater

May 26, 2020

Dr. Emanuela Gionfriddo, assistant professor of analytical chemistry, is studying water quality and environmental concerns of fracking wastewater to determine if it is safe for reuse.


UToledo Electrical Engineer Leading Charge to Build Ventilators in the Congo

May 15, 2020

Dr. Ngalula Sandrine Mubenga, assistant professor of electrical engineering technology, is leading a project to build life-saving ventilators for her home country, the Democratic Republic of the Congo.