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Covid Vaccination Incentives: The Risks And Rewards For Employers

January 19, 2021

Joseph Slater, Distinguished University Professor and Eugene N. Balk Professor Of Law And Values, discusses plans by Dollar General, Trader Joe’s and Instacart to offer incentives to workers to get their COVID-19 vaccine shots and how the move can impact the bottom line differently depending on the employer. Read: Covid Vaccination Incentives: The Risks And Rewards ...


MLK Unity Day Celebration issues call to reject white supremacy

January 19, 2021

  Interim President Gregory Postel discusses the importance of inclusion and equity during the 20thannual Unity Day Celebration hosted by UToledo and the city of Toledo. Read: MLK Unity Day Celebration issues call to reject white supremacy


20th Annual Unity Day Celebration Honors Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

January 19, 2021

Interim President Gregory Postel discusses the importance of inclusion and equity during the 20thannual Unity Day Celebration hosted by UToledo and the city of Toledo.


Unity Day Remembers Dr. King’s Legacy

January 19, 2021

The University of Toledo and city of Toledo recognized Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day with a virtual celebration honoring the civil rights leader.


University of Toledo honors Martin Luther King Jr. for Unity Day 2021

January 19, 2021

The University of Toledo and city of Toledo recognized Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day with a virtual celebration honoring the civil rights leader.


Ohio Attorney General Hosts Second Human Trafficking Summit

January 19, 2021

Dr. Celia Williamson, Distinguished University Professor of social work and Director of the Human Trafficking and Social Justice Institute, discusses the populations at a higher risk of being trafficked. Read: Ohio Attorney General Hosts Second Human Trafficking Summit


Toledo’s spending plan: A bloated budget or needed investment?

January 19, 2021

Dr. David Black, associate professor of economics, discusses spending increases in the city of Toledo’s operational budget. Read: Toledo’s spending plan: A bloated budget or needed investment?


Mocktail hour: Dry January taps into sober curious movement

January 19, 2021

Dr. Tavis Glassman, professor in the School of Population Health, discusses short-term alcohol abstinence campaign and how it can help people develop greater immunity to drinking-based social pressure. Read: Mocktail hour: Dry January taps into sober curious movement


What impact could a $15 minimum wage have on everyday workers?

January 19, 2021

Dr. Kevin Egan, associate professor of economics, discussed President-Elect Biden’s plan to boost the minimum wage to $15 an hour.


Lies, tall tales and reinvention in the blues

January 19, 2021

Dr. Kimberly Mack, UToledo assistant professor of English, discusses her new book that explores how blues artists use their work to invent personas that resist racial, social, economic and gendered oppression. Read: Lies, tall tales and reinvention in the blues