Dr. Kamala London, professor of psychology, says there’s value in allowing children to have some sense of control.
Ufuoma Ogbemudje, who studies film and art history at UToledo, talks about his curatorial internship at the Toledo Museum of Art, where he’ll assist in creating a special exhibit dedicated to African American artists from the South.
Dr. J.D. Smith, director of UToledo Ritter Astrophysical Research Center and professor of astronomy, talks about the projects UToledo researchers will lead on the infrared space telescope, which is set to launch into orbit in October.
Astronomers from The University of Toledo will lead five research projects on the new James Webb Space Telescope during the first observing cycle, the sixth-most among institutions worldwide.
UToledo graduate student Stephanie Nummer talks about her research that found climate change is causing lilacs in North America to bloom an average of one day earlier every three years since 1973.
Dr. Ayendy Bonifacio, assistant professor of U.S. ethnic literary studies at UToledo, writes in an op-ed that real trust must be built between the U.S. government and undocumented people in order to boost the COVID-19 vaccination rate in the Latinx community, which has one of the lowest vaccination rates of any demographic group in the country.
Scientists at The University of Toledo have developed a new process for making environmentally friendly and cost-effective solar cells.
The University of Toledo men’s basketball team is one of the first college sports programs in the nation to have their entire roster vaccinated against COVID-19 as Rocket Athletics takes a leading role in encouraging student-athletes to get vaccinated.
RaShya Ghee, lecturer in the UToledo College of Law, discusses what happens next in the fight for racial equality following the guilty verdict in the George Floyd murder trial.
RaShya Ghee, lecturer in the UToledo College of Law, discusses the guilty verdict in the George Floyd murder trial.