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UToledo Fosters Career, Development Opportunities for Transfer Business Student

October 21, 2021

Giovanni Baiocco met a Northwestern Mutual recruiter at a business class networking event. He is now the top intern at the financial advising and insurance company's Toledo office and among their top producing interns nationwide.

Why We Share Stories of Local Ghosts

October 20, 2021

Dr. Daniel Compora, associate professor in the Department of English Language and Literature, discusses how ghost stories often reflect fears and serve to spread warnings.

5 UT Law Students Earn Scholarships at Eddie Cole Luncheon

October 20, 2021

Charles Jake, vice president and general counsel, and UToledo law students Sarah Smidi and Hussein Kazwini discuss overcoming adversity.

UToledo, Cosmetic Science Program Check All the Boxes for Transfer Student

October 20, 2021

Obsessed with cosmetics and chemistry, Raihaanah Safee knew in high school that The University of Toledo was her university ― and that cosmetic science and formulation design would be her major.

Theatre and Film Faculty Member Lights up L.A. Stage for Global Event

October 20, 2021

Stephen Sakowski, associate professor of lighting and sound design, served as lighting director for the concert at The Greek Theatre in Los Angeles as part of the Global Citizen Live Sept. 25 fundraising event.

UToledo to Host Drug Take Back Day Collection on Oct. 23

October 20, 2021

UTPD's collection will provide the community a free and anonymous way to rid their homes of potentially dangerous expired, unused and unwanted prescription drugs from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the main entrance of UTMC.

Economists Pan Ohio Coal Subsidies

October 19, 2021

Dr. Kevin Egan, professor of economics, discusses the cost of coal.

UToledo Students Focus on Powering Moon Missions as NASA Space Fellows

October 19, 2021

UToledo mechanical engineering students Justyn Bobinski and Joshua Stanley spent spring and summer participating in the Artemis Lunar Exploration Program, which aims in part to return humanity to the moon in 2024.

International Visual Literacy Association Hosts Virtual Annual Conference Nov. 5-6

October 19, 2021

Co-sponsored by The University of Toledo and the Toledo Museum of Art, the virtual conference is an additional effort to encourage the understanding and teaching of visual literacy in the campus community.

Disability Studies Professor Featured on PBS Helen Keller Documentary

October 19, 2021

Dr. Kim Nielsen, professor of disability studies, history and women’s and gender studies at UToledo, will be featured in "American Masters: Becoming Helen Keller," which premieres locally at 9 p.m. Tuesday on WGTE.

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