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Undergraduate students to present summer research at symposium Aug. 4

August 2, 2016

UT undergraduates will showcase their work at the End-of-Summer Research Symposium Thursday, Aug. 4, in the Student Union.

Students dig into Toledo’s prehistoric past during Archaeology Field School at Wildwood [video]

June 29, 2016

UT students are sifting through the past at Wildwood Preserve Metropark. Read more about this summer's Archaeological Field School.

New College of Arts and Letters to advance collaboration opportunities

June 28, 2016

The College of Languages, Literature and Social Sciences and the College of Communication and the Arts will merge July 1 and become the College of Arts and Letters.

Faculty certified through Pathway to Master Online Instructor Program

June 24, 2016

Four faculty members have completed the Pathway to Master Online Instructor Program.

Trustees approve budget, College of Arts and Letters

June 20, 2016

The UT Board of Trustees approved a $737.8 million operating budget for fiscal year 2016, as well as a merger of two colleges to form the College of Arts and Letters.

UT alum to launch new book

June 20, 2016

Jasmine Shea Townsend will read selections from her new book, "The Adventures and Shenanigans of Bastien Falco" at her alma mater Friday, June 24.

UT duo collaborates on reflective publication

June 8, 2016

Dr. David Nemeth, professor of geography, and Tim Sanderson, college computing administrator, have teamed up again for another publication.

Students recognized at Shapiro writing contest gala

May 18, 2016

More than 50 UT students recently were recognized for their writing ability.

UT to host GLOBE Midwest Regional Science Fair May 14

May 12, 2016

The Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the Environment Program Midwest Region Science Fair will be held Saturday, May 14, on UT's Main Campus.

EPA awards UT nearly $500,000 for invasive species prevention in Great Lakes

May 6, 2016

UT researchers received nearly $500,000 from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to help keep invasive species from entering the Great Lakes.

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