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UT Pilot Study Examines Benefits of Emotional Support Animals

May 28, 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


Making Music: UToledo Engineering Students Craft Cost-Effective Violin Using 3D Printers

May 28, 2021

The project was a partnership between UToledo and the Toledo Alliance for the Performing Arts, resulting in a violin with a material cost of less than $70.


Ongoing Battle Against Critical Race Theory

May 28, 2021

Dr. Monita Mungo, assistant professor of sociology, explains on DC Today how critical race theory exposes those who have used race as a tool for their political and economic gain.


Emotional Support Animals Have Proven Benefit For Those With Mental Illness

May 28, 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: Emotional Support Animals Have Proven Benefit For Those With Mental Illness


The Real Problem With Critical Race Theory

May 26, 2021

Dr. Monita Mungo, assistant professor of sociology, writes in an op-ed that critical race theory exposes those who have used race as a tool for their political and economic gain. Read: The Real Problem With Critical Race Theory


Agencies are Increasing Efforts to Remove Grass Carp, Block Them From Spawning Habitat

May 26, 2021

Dr. Christine Mayer, professor of aquatic ecology, discusses her team’s ongoing efforts to remove grass carp, an invasive Asian carp, from the Maumee and Sandusky rivers. Read: Agencies are Increasing Efforts to Remove Grass Carp, Block Them From Spawning Habitat


Trafficked: The View From The Street

May 26, 2021

Dr. Celia Williamson, Distinguished University Professor of social work and director of the UToledo Human Trafficking and Social Justice Institute, discusses how arrests make people more vulnerable to being trafficked. Read: Trafficked: The View From The Street


Predicting the Future of the Job Market

May 26, 2021

Dr. Jami Taylor, professor of political science, weighs in on current job market trends. Read: Predicting the Future of the Job Market


Online Graduation Photo Galleries Now Available

May 26, 2021

Photos from the May 8 morning and afternoon main spring commencement ceremonies are available until July 1, as are photos from the May 7 doctoral hooding ceremony and the May 21 College of Medicine and Life Sciences ceremony.


Do You Have Pandemic Empty-Nest Syndrome?

May 25, 2021

Dr. Victoria Kelly, assistant professor of psychiatry and director of the General Psychiatry Residency program, discusses how parents can cope when kids leave home for a second time. Read: Do You Have Pandemic Empty-Nest Syndrome?


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