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President’s community address to showcase how UT is rising

When President Lloyd Jacobs takes the stage in Henry J. Doermann Theater at 11 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 13, his primary goal during his sixth annual address will be to lift up the campus community by demonstrating that The University of Toledo is an institution rising.

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“This is an invigorating time on The University of Toledo campuses,” Jacobs said. “We have a new influx of students and the chill of fall beginning to enter the air. This is the perfect time to reflect upon our strengths and look at how they will propel our success this year and far beyond.

“Like any organization, we experience our share of challenges at UT,” Jacobs said. “However, despite those challenges, we continue to emerge as a leader in research, economic development, athletics, the arts, the social sciences and numerous other areas. It is imperative that we take a moment to refocus our attention on these successes, as they are the foundation for our future.”

The entire campus community is urged to attend the forum, “The University of Toledo: A University Rising,” as well as the external community.

“This discussion will help to paint a picture of what the future looks like, with our University solidifying its role as a model for higher education and living our mission of improving the human condition,” Jacobs said.

Bus service is available from the Mulford Library main entrance on Health Science Campus. The first bus will leave at 10:20 a.m. and will return to Health Science Campus for a second load of passengers. The second trip will leave at 10:40 a.m., include a stop at Scott Park Campus on the east side near Lot 22 at 10:50 a.m., and arrive on Main Campus at 11 a.m.

The return bus will depart University Hall immediately following the speech for Scott Park and Mulford Library and will return to University Hall at 12:30 p.m. to take a second load of passengers back to Health Science Campus.

“This discussion will help to paint a picture of what the future looks like, with our University solidifying its role as a model for higher education and living our mission of improving the human condition,” Jacobs said.

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