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UToledo awarded $2.2M grant to study anti-inflammation method for viral infections

April 9, 2021

Dr. Saurabh Chattopadhyay, an assistant professor of medical microbiology and immunology in the College of Medicine and Life Sciences, discusses how a protein key to activating the body’s antiviral immune system might also regulate virus-induced inflammatory responses.


Central Ohio cities embrace outdoor drinking areas

April 8, 2021

  Dr. Ainsworth Bailey, associate professor of marketing and international business, discusses how COVID-19 has impacted the restaurant industry. Read: Central Ohio cities embrace outdoor drinking areas


Root Beer Floats for UT Day of Giving

April 8, 2021

UToledo President Gregory Postel discusses the inspiration to give back during the Day of Giving.


University of Toledo starts Day of Giving campaign with thousands of root beer floats

April 8, 2021

UToledo President Gregory Postel discusses the importance of supporting the University’s mission during the Day of Giving.


Arkansas legislators pass ban on transgender medical treatments for youths, overriding governor’s veto

April 7, 2021

Dr. Jami Taylor, professor of political science, discusses the long-term impact of Arkansas becoming the first state to outlaw transgender medical treatments for minors. Read: Arkansas legislators pass ban on transgender medical treatments for youths, overriding governor’s veto


Surprising ways code-copying meets ‘fair use’ threshold

April 7, 2021

Llewellyn Gibbons, UToledo Distinguished University Professor of law, wrote an op-ed analyzing how the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling this week in favor of Google in a copyright dispute with Oracle over Android software may spark changes to the Copyright Act. Read: Surprising ways code-copying meets ‘fair use’ threshold


Racism takes many forms, UT panel explains

April 7, 2021

  Xinren Yu, assistant director of the UToledo Center for International Studies and Programs, and Hua Liu Sowa, a doctoral student in the Judith Herb College of Education and former chairman of the Chinese Center of Toledo Board of Directors, discuss violence and microaggressions against Asian Americans. Read: Racism takes many forms, UT panel explains


UToledo Hosts Discussion on Anti-Asian Hate Since Pandemic Started

April 7, 2021

Dr. Joseph Hara, Distinguished University Lecturer in the UToledo Department of World Languages and Cultures and director of the Japanese program, shares his experiences during a virtual town hall focused on eliminating racism.


UToledo Hosts Dialogue on Diversity to Discuss Anti-Asian Hate

April 7, 2021

Hua Liu Sowa, Ph.D. student in UToledo’s Judith Herb College of Education and former chair of the Chinese Center of Toledo Board of Directors, discusses ways to encourage understanding.


Teaching machines to execute precision medicine drives UT research

April 6, 2021

Sachin Aryal, a graduate student in the Biomedical Science Program in the UToledo College of Medicine and Life Sciences, discusses the use of machine learning in biomedical research. Read: Teaching machines to execute precision medicine drives UT research


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