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30 Years in the Making: UToledo Graduate Finished Her Degree

May 10, 2021

At the end of that decades-long journey, Marguerite Dunston-Copeland is excited that she fulfilled her dream of becoming a certified teacher and that she will return to UToledo in the fall to pursue her master’s degree in education.

UToledo Recognizes Graduates’ Resilience During Commencement Ceremonies

May 8, 2021

UToledo's newest alumni were celebrated for their perseverance to earn their degrees despite the challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic.

UToledo Ready to Celebrate Graduates at In-Person Commencements

May 7, 2021

The main spring commencement ceremonies will be 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. Saturday, May 8, in the Glass Bowl, and will adhere to COVID-19 safety protocols. UToledo alumna Irma Olguin, Jr. will remotely deliver the keynote address at the ceremonies.

From Homeless to UToledo Graduate: “Education Saved Me”

May 7, 2021

Graduating this weekend with bachelor’s degrees in physics and electrical engineering technology, Eulogio Lopez will carry a profound message for his three children — and for anyone in the throes of an especially trying time.

NASA Selects Projects Led by UToledo Astronomers for James Webb Space Telescope’s First Observing Cycle

May 6, 2021

One of the projects is led by UToledo graduate student Thomas Lai.

Longtime Nursing Leader at UTMC Earns Doctoral Degree

May 6, 2021

On Friday, Jan Tipton graduates from the College of Nursing with a doctorate of nursing practice — one day ahead of her daughter, who is earning an undergraduate biology degree from UToledo.

Career Addressing Climate Change Already Underway for Environmental Sciences Graduate

May 5, 2021

As a natural resources technician for the Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Hannah LaPoint works to remove invasive species, conduct prescribed burns and maintain the facilities of northwest Ohio’s nature preserves.

Social Work Graduate Pays it Forward After Receiving Gift of Life

May 3, 2021

After recovering from her kidney transplant, Leah Williams refocused her studies toward becoming a renal transplant social worker.

Introductory Research Lab Inspires Biology Graduate to Pursue Ph.D.

May 3, 2021

Luke Achinger has found great success in the laboratory of Dr. Tomer Avidor-Reiss, professor of biological sciences, and toured the city and the state singing bass in the choral ensemble UToledo Chamber Singers.

Recognizing Graduates

May 3, 2021

Wijdan Alyasiry celebrates with members of her family after receiving her Doctor of Pharmacy degree at the UToledo College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences commencement ceremony May 1 in Savage Arena.

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