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Craft Beer in Small Town America

May 14, 2021

Dr. Neil Reid, professor of geography and planning, discusses the economic impact breweries have in small communities. Listen: Craft Beer in Small Town America


A Toast to the Survival Skills of Craft Breweries During American Craft Beer Week

May 14, 2021

  Dr. Neil Reid, professor of geography and planning, wrote in an op-ed that not only did fewer breweries than expected close, the industry’s footprint actually grew last year. Read: A Toast to the Survival Skills of Craft Breweries During American Craft Beer Week


Protecting Teens From Predators

May 14, 2021

Dr. Celia Williamson, Distinguished University Professor of social work and director of the UToledo Human Trafficking and Social Justice Institute, explains why it’s important in the age of social media for parents to build healthy, open and communicative relationships with their children.


Walleye Breach the Century Mark

May 14, 2021

Taylor Sasak, a master’s student in the UToledo Department of Environmental Sciences, discusses her discovery that walleye are using a location on a Lake Erie tributary that had been blocked for a century. Read: Walleye Breach the Century Mark


Planning on Dining Out in a Columbus Restaurant? Expect to Pay More

May 14, 2021

  Dr. Paul Hong, Distinguished University Professor of global supply chain management and Asian studies, discusses how the supply chain has yet to fully recover from pandemic-related factory closures. Read: Planning on Dining Out in a Columbus Restaurant? Expect to Pay More


University of Toledo Gets New Technology to Dissect Algae Bloom Toxins

May 14, 2021

Drs. Youngwoo Seo and Dae-Wook Kang in the College of Engineering and Dr. Thomas Bridgeman in the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics discuss the three-year project to develop enhanced technology for early detection and management of harmful algal blooms.


UT Awarded $1.4 Million to Help Fight Toxic Algae

May 14, 2021

  UToledo researchers are collaborating with municipal water treatment plants in Ohio. Read: UT Awarded $1.4 Million to Help Fight Toxic Algae


UT Receives Grant to Combat Toxic Algae

May 14, 2021

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers awarded UToledo researchers $1.4 million to develop enhanced technology for early detection and management of harmful algal blooms.


Why Even Large Investors get Burned with Leveraged ETFs

May 14, 2021

  Dr. Kainan Wang, associate professor of finance, discusses how the use of leveraged exchange-traded funds in institutional portfolios has had an overall adverse effect on performance. Read: Why Even Large Investors get Burned with Leveraged ETFs


Area Universities Weigh in on a Vaccine Mandate for Students

May 14, 2021

Dr. Amy Thompson, vice provost for academic affairs, discussed plans for the fall semester and how the University is strongly encouraging all students, faculty and staff to get vaccinated.


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