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Student Artist Turns to Childhood for Library Mural Inspiration

March 8, 2021

Donna Beauregard is working on a children's mural in what will be a family room on the second floor of Carlson Library this fall.

Engineering Graduate Joins Pharamaceutical Company with COVID-19 Vaccine  

March 8, 2021

After his December graduation, Vimantha Bamunuarachchi joined Moderna, one of the three pharmaceutical companies whose COVID-19 vaccine was granted emergency use authorization by the F.D.A., as an analytical development engineer.

UToledo professor encourages unity to stop the rise of hate crimes against Asian Americans

March 5, 2021

Dr. Joey Kim, visiting assistant professor in the Department of English Language and Literature, discussed the rise in anti-Asian racism, hate crimes and xenophobia as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

World Languages and Cultures Hosts Virtual International Conference in July

March 5, 2021

Themed Communicating in the Time of Coronavirus, the online 2021 Annual Conference of the Linguistic Association of Canada and the United States is scheduled for July 19-23.

Toledo’s patient-safety ordinance authors stand by its legality

March 4, 2021

Rob Salem, associate dean for diversity and inclusion and clinical professor of law at the UToledo College of Law, explained why a potential Toledo City Council ordinance does not infringe on First Amendment rights.

Book Launch for UToledo Political Scientist’s ‘Electoral Capitalism’ March 8

March 4, 2021

Dr. Jeffrey Broxmeyer, an expert on money in politics, wrote about 19th century practices he uncovered showing how politicians of few means became wealthy through the party system.

UToledo Physicist Named Fellow of National Initiative to Advance Bioimaging

March 4, 2021

Dr. Aniruddha Ray is one of 55 early-career researchers chosen nationwide by the Research Corporation for Science Advancement as a fellow for its new initiative to advance bioimaging.

A Miracle Cure for COVID-19? We’ve Heard That One Before

March 2, 2021

Dr. Jennifer Hanrahan, an infectious disease specialist and associate professor in the UToledo College of Medicine and Life Sciences, discusses the effectiveness of the steroid dexamethasone as a treatment for COVID-19.

Senior Safety Inspired by Grandmother to Excel in Classroom

March 2, 2021

Tycen Anderson, a senior captain and safety on the Toledo football team, is a three-time Academic All-MAC honoree and, last December, became the first person in his immediate family to graduate from college.

UT medical student invents negative-pressure helmet to treat virus-stricken patients

March 1, 2021

Shalini Kota, a second-year medical student at UToledo, discussed how she and her dad invented the Aerosolve Helmet, a personal negative-pressure room of sorts, which COVID-19 patients can wear to reduce the spread of the infectious disease.