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No walleye yet

April 6, 2021

Taylor Sasak, graduate student in the Department of Environmental Sciences, discusses her field research assessing spawning habitat for walleye in the Sandusky River at the site of the former Ballville Dam. Read: No walleye yet


UT planning traditional summer and fall terms

April 6, 2021

The University expects to return to a traditional academic course schedule with most courses in-person in the fall and a more normal occupancy in on-campus Residence Halls. Read: UT planning traditional summer and fall terms


Why your brain loves closed captioning

April 6, 2021

Dr. Stephen Christman, professor of psychology, discusses why closed captioning has taken off among those who are not hard of hearing. Read: Why your brain loves closed captioning


Here Are the Side Effects to Expect from Your COVID Vaccine (and How to Deal With Them)

April 6, 2021

Dr. Joel Kammeyer, infectious disease specialist at The University of Toledo Medical Center and assistant professor in the UToledo College of Medicine and Life Sciences, talks about how to manage common vaccine side effects. Read: Here Are the Side Effects to Expect from Your COVID Vaccine (and How to Deal With Them)


Panel to discuss anti-Asian hate at UT virtual town hall

April 6, 2021

Dr. An Chung Cheng, professor of Spanish in the Department of World Languages and Cultures and director of the Asian Studies Program, discusses how systemic discrimination against Asian Americans has persisted for years. Read: Panel to discuss anti-Asian hate at UT virtual town hall


The Paradox at the Heart of the Atlanta Spa Shootings and the Rise in Anti-Asian Hate

April 2, 2021

Dr. Joey Kim, visiting assistant professor in the Department of English Language and Literature, explores the paradox of how Asian and Asian American pop culture is more popular than ever, but that hasn’t prevented a spike in hate crimes targeting the Asian American and Pacific Islander community. Read: The Paradox at the Heart of the Atlanta Spa ...


Going on a Walk? Here Are 7 Dynamic Stretches to Do First, Physical Therapists Say

April 2, 2021

Dr. Lucinda Bouillon, associate professor of physical therapy, discusses the best way to stretch your hamstrings. Read: Going on a Walk? Here Are 7 Dynamic Stretches to Do First, Physical Therapists Say


Ohio Bringing Vaccines to College Campuses

April 2, 2021

Dr. Adrienne King, vice president of marketing and communications, discusses Ohio Governor Mike DeWine’s announcement to make additional vaccines available for college students.


DeWine announces effort to vaccinate college students

April 2, 2021

  UToledo is planning to host a series of student-only mass vaccination clinics. Read: DeWine announces effort to vaccinate college students


UToledo hosts vaccine clinic for students, staff

April 2, 2021

The University’s vaccine clinics are being held in partnership with UTMC.


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