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Pushing for Change: UT Students Participate in Veteran Suicide Awareness Pushup Challenge

September 13, 2021

Eric Buetikofer, UToledo director of military and veteran affairs, and several students discuss the importance of talking to veterans to combat suicide.


UToledo Raises Awareness of Military Suicide

September 13, 2021

Eric Buetikofer, UToledo director of military and veteran affairs, discusses how among post 9/11 veterans between the ages of 18 and 35, the suicide rate is 2.5 times than that of all civilians.


22 Pushup Challenge Raises Awareness of Veteran Suicides

September 13, 2021

Eric Buetikofer, UToledo director of military and veteran affairs, discusses the importance of talking to veterans to combat suicide.


University of Toledo Hosts 22 Pushup Challenge to Raise Awareness About Veteran Suicides

September 13, 2021

Eric Buetikofer, UToledo director of military and veteran affairs, discusses the origin of the 22 pushup challenge.


Elizabeth Holmes Trial: COVID Will Play ‘Background Role’ as Judge Delays Proceedings

September 13, 2021

Gregory Gilchrist, professor of law, discusses the risk of mistrial in the case of former Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes, who is on trial for allegedly defrauding investors with false claims about the health technology startup she founded.


UT Organization Holds Charity Softball Tournament for Ronald McDonald House

September 13, 2021

More than 100 UToledo students participated in the event.


Don’t Censor Educational Inquiry

September 10, 2021

Dr. Renee Heberle, professor of political science, co-director of the Program in Law and Social Thought and coordinator of the Inside/Out Prison Exchange Project, authored an op-ed about moral panics, critical race theory and academic freedom.


Can Health Orders be Enforced by Law?

September 10, 2021

Evan Zoldan, a professor of law, discusses the difference between laws, rules and orders.


20 Years Later: How Do We Teach 9/11?

September 9, 2021

Dr. Michael Stauch, assistant professor of history, discusses terrorism and political violence, and Dr. Colleen Fitzpatrick, assistant professor of social studies education, discusses how to teach 9/11 as a historical event.


The Microchip Shortage is not Going Away Soon, and it’s Affecting Way More Than Cars

September 9, 2021

Dr. Paul Hong, Distinguished University Professor of global supply chain management and Asian studies, explains how the microchip shortage that’s ailed the automotive industry is trickling down into other consumer products.


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