Student Success

See more from

Fully Recovered from Near-Fatal Car Accident, Nursing Graduate Finds Life’s Purpose in Career

September 17, 2021

Having graduated in May with a master’s in nursing, Maelle Boutrand is a registered nurse at George Washington University Hospital in Washington, D.C., who cares for patients dealing with trauma issues much like hers.

Passion for Helping Others Drives Doctorate Student’s Career Goal as Physical Therapist

September 15, 2021

Jessica Bausman chose to become a physical therapist after remembering accounts of a family member struggling with chronic pain and how physical therapy can provide individuals the essential skills to feel better.

Medical Student’s Interest in Sharing Health Communications Through Art Recognized

September 9, 2021

Nealie Ngo and a select group of medical students nationwide received the United States Public Health Service's award for advancing public health and exemplifying its mission to promote health and safety.

Recreational Therapy Provides Crucial Creative Outlet for Student’s Passions

September 7, 2021

The recreational therapy program is more than just a major for Andy Martin, and that’s because it’s connected to a pair of their passions: psychology and art.

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. 

Doctor of Physical Therapy Student Follows in Sister’s Steps to Achieve Success

August 30, 2021

Noella Che is completing her first clinical education experience with UTMC’s Outpatient Rehabilitation and Therapy Services, gaining the essential career skills she needs.

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.

Medical Students Fight Period Poverty with Menstrual Hygiene Product Drives

July 6, 2021

Period poverty is a growing crisis that affects millions of women, teenagers and girls worldwide who do not have access to menstrual hygiene products such as tampons and sanitary pads.

Student-Led Research Group Creates COVID-19 Forecast Map

July 1, 2021

Developed by Ishfaq Rahman and Kimberly Panozzo, doctoral students in the Spatially Integrated Social Science Program, the map predicts where COVID cases are likely to rise and fall each week.

Lavel Dumont to Receive Musial Award for Sportsmanship

May 18, 2021

The University of Toledo offensive lineman was selected for his extraordinary sportsmanship thanks to an inspiring gesture of caring and kindness: the special friendship he initiated last summer with a Toledo-area teenager and the impact he has made.

Click to access the login or register cheese