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Cash to Bitcoin ATMs Pop Up Across Northwest Ohio

June 22, 2021

Eric Chaffee, Distinguished University Professor in the UToledo College of Law, discusses the concern that Bitcoin machines could be used for money laundering. Read: Cash to Bitcoin ATMs Pop Up Across Northwest Ohio


NASA Taps UT Engineers for Help in Making Solar Energy Aboard Spacecraft More Reliable

June 14, 2021

Dr. Daniel Georgiev and Dr. Raghav Khanna, associate professors in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, discuss their $240,000 NASA grant to improve power for space exploration. Read: NASA Taps UT Engineers for Help in Making Solar Energy Aboard Spacecraft More Reliable


‘There’s No Vaccine for Grief:’ Academics Address How Coronavirus Changed Dying and Grief

June 14, 2021

Dr. Timothy Jordan, a professor of public health, discusses the rise of complicated grief, which is when a person is unable to return to the activities of daily living following a loss. Read: ‘There’s No Vaccine for Grief:’ Academics Address How Coronavirus Changed Dying and Grief


After Pandemic Year, Universities Find Flexibility in Distance Learning

June 8, 2021

Dr. Karen Bjorkman, provost and executive vice president for academic affairs, discusses distance learning during the pandemic. Read: After Pandemic Year, Universities Find Flexibility in Distance Learning


UT Pilot Study Examines Benefits of Emotional Support Animals

June 1, 2021

Dr. Janet Hoy-Gerlach, professor of social work, discusses the first empirical evidence that emotional support animals can provide quantifiable benefits to individuals with serious mental illness who are experiencing depression, anxiety and loneliness. Read: UT Pilot Study Examines Benefits of Emotional Support Animals


Vaccine Development Lead Asks UT Medical Graduates to be Aggressive in Career Pursuits

May 24, 2021

UToledo President Gregory Postel spoke about the Class of 2021’s achievements and resilience during the College of Medicine and Life Sciences graduation ceremony. Read: Vaccine Development Lead Asks UT Medical Graduates to be Aggressive in Career Pursuits


Vaccine Development Lead to Speak to UT Medical School Graduates

May 21, 2021

The College of Medicine and Life Sciences is returning to an in-person ceremony this year, which begins at 3 p.m. Friday, May 21, in Savage Arena. Tickets are required. Read: Vaccine Development Lead to Speak to UT Medical School Graduates


UT Leading Three-Year Effort to Improve Detection, Treatment of Algal Toxins

May 20, 2021

  A trio of UToledo professors and researchers — Dr. Thomas Bridgeman, Dr. Youngwoo Seo, Dr. Dae-Wook Kang — are collaborating with municipal water treatment plants on the project. Read: UT Leading Three-Year Effort to Improve Detection, Treatment of Algal Toxins


UT Astronomy Department Taking Research to Higher Level with Webb Telescope

May 11, 2021

UToledo astronomers will lead five of the first research projects on NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope, a new infrared telescope scheduled to launch in October. Read: UT Astronomy Department Taking Research to Higher Level with Webb Telescope


‘What Were You Wearing?’ Exhibit Returns to UT

April 15, 2021

  Lindsay Tuttle, sexual misconduct prevention education coordinator for Title IX, discusses the purpose of the “What Were You Wearing?” installation at Carlson Library this week. Read: ‘What Were You Wearing?’ Exhibit Returns to UT


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