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Doctoral Student Heading to Harvard to Work in Ornithology Laboratory After Graduation

November 29, 2021

At UToledo, Gunnar Kramer published 17 peer-reviewed scientific papers about pioneering ornithological research that uses cutting-edge technology to identify migration routes of golden-winged warblers and blue-winged warblers.

Freshman Fulfilling Their Calling as Arts Education Student

November 24, 2021

Ella Schlueter chose to visit UToledo on a whim, visiting campus on a random day off from their high school in Michigan. That visit opened their eyes to the experiences that being a Rocket would provide.

Marketing Student Keeps Busy by Giving Back to Community

November 18, 2021

Since she joined UToledo, Gabriella Asche, now a junior, joined numerous student organizations the moment she could, combining her creative side with her interest in creating change.

Commode Canvas Provides Artistic Challenge for Fine Arts Freshman

November 15, 2021

Maria Mauder transformed a toilet into two terrestrial hemispheres — a forest and deep sea — for a toilet-painting contest by Waterhouse Bath and Kitchen Studio in Perrysburg for World Toilet Day.

Engineering Student’s Co-op Experience Helps Keep Lake Erie Clean

November 12, 2021

Logan Smiley, a senior in civil engineering, discovered a new interest through the College of Engineering’s integrated co-op program.

Greek Life Provides Leadership Experience for Finance Student

November 10, 2021

Kourtnee Dallas-Robinson joined Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority Inc. during her sophomore year. Now in her fourth year studying finance and marketing, she will leave UToledo with more than a degree and a job lined up.

University College Guides Student on Path Towards Medical School

November 5, 2021

With the help of the Exploratory Studies program in University College, Chloé Smallwood found public health to be the best undergraduate major to fit her academic interests and future plans to go to medical school.

International Student Finds Purpose, Pushes Gender Inclusivity at UToledo

November 2, 2021

Valentina Campos Yanez decided that the homecoming terms “king” and “queen” were not inclusive and ran for homecoming king to broaden the conversation.

Information Systems Graduate Collaborated with IT, UTMC to Improve Patient Experience

October 29, 2021

Dillon Drown knew he wanted to become involved in real-world projects using information systems skills. What he didn’t know is how impactful and beneficial one project he would work on would become.

UToledo Nursing Graduate Following in Mother’s Footsteps

October 25, 2021

Haley Gruhler wanted to be a nurse, just like her mother. The 2021 UToledo graduate now works as a registered nurse at The University of Toledo Medical Center in nephrology.

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