The Importance of Learning Through Play

December 13, 2021

Dr. Ruslan Slutsky, professor of early childhood education in the Judith Herb College of Education, discusses how playing organized games in kindergarten is an important part of learning.

Biden Hits 79 as Potential Successors Watch From Wings

November 19, 2021

Dr. Sam Nelson, associate professor and chair of the UToledo Department of Political Science and Public Administration, analyzed Democratic successors if President Joe Biden decides not to run for reelection.

Great Lakes Feeling Climate Impact, but Little Legal Recourse for Action

November 8, 2021

Ken Kilbert, professor of law and director of the Legal Institute of the Great Lakes, discusses climate change at the 21st annual Great Lakes Water Law Conference.

Container Shipping Crisis an Unmet Opportunity on Great Lakes

October 25, 2021

Dr. Paul Hong, Distinguished University Professor of global supply chain management, said now is the time for port managers throughout the Great Lakes to make the case for container cargo to grow using the St. Lawrence Seaway.

UT Fills in Officials Over Some Crisis-inspired Lake Erie Research

October 1, 2021

Faculty members on the UToledo Water Task Force discuss their wide variety of research regarding the health of Lake Erie.

Craft Brewers’ New IPA Promotes Zoo’s Sturgeon Project

October 1, 2021

Jorden McKenna, a graduate student earning her master’s degree in biology in the Department of Environmental Sciences, discusses her research piecing together survival rates, movement patterns and habitat use of lake sturgeon.

Could a Daily Pill Become the Biggest Catalyst to Finally Ending the Pandemic?

September 27, 2021

Dr. Michael Ellis, an infectious disease specialist and chief medical officer at UTMC, discusses three anti-viral medicines currently being tested in clinical trials to treat COVID-19.

Partners for Clean Streams Celebrating 25 Years of Cleanups

September 27, 2021

Dr. Patrick Lawrence, professor and chair of the UToledo Department of Geography and Planning, discusses the importance of urban rivers and streams and why their protection is so critical for our drinking water and wildlife habitat.

University Thespians to Return to the Stage this Fall

September 24, 2021

Holly Monsos, chair of the Department of Theatre and Film and professor of theatre and costume design, discusses the return of live productions during the 2021-22 academic year.

UTMC Brings in Unexpected $4M Surplus

September 23, 2021

Troy Holmes, UTMC’s chief financial officer, presented the hospital's fiscal year 2021 performance to the UToledo Board of Trustees.

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