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Arkansas legislators pass ban on transgender medical treatments for youths, overriding governor’s veto

April 7, 2021

Dr. Jami Taylor, professor of political science, discusses the long-term impact of Arkansas becoming the first state to outlaw transgender medical treatments for minors. Read: Arkansas legislators pass ban on transgender medical treatments for youths, overriding governor’s veto


UToledo Hosts Discussion on Anti-Asian Hate Since Pandemic Started

April 7, 2021

Dr. Joseph Hara, Distinguished University Lecturer in the UToledo Department of World Languages and Cultures and director of the Japanese program, shares his experiences during a virtual town hall focused on eliminating racism.


Why your brain loves closed captioning

April 6, 2021

Dr. Stephen Christman, professor of psychology, discusses why closed captioning has taken off among those who are not hard of hearing. Read: Why your brain loves closed captioning


Panel to discuss anti-Asian hate at UT virtual town hall

April 6, 2021

Dr. An Chung Cheng, professor of Spanish in the Department of World Languages and Cultures and director of the Asian Studies Program, discusses how systemic discrimination against Asian Americans has persisted for years. Read: Panel to discuss anti-Asian hate at UT virtual town hall


The Paradox at the Heart of the Atlanta Spa Shootings and the Rise in Anti-Asian Hate

April 2, 2021

Dr. Joey Kim, visiting assistant professor in the Department of English Language and Literature, explores the paradox of how Asian and Asian American pop culture is more popular than ever, but that hasn’t prevented a spike in hate crimes targeting the Asian American and Pacific Islander community. Read: The Paradox at the Heart of the Atlanta Spa ...


UToledo Professor Links Present, Past Cultural Anxieties in Newly Published Book

March 31, 2021

“Medieval Considerations of Incest, Marriage, and Penance” was a long-standing project for Dr. Linda Rouillard.


Sorting Out the Fact and the Fiction in Blues

March 30, 2021

Dr. Kimberly Mack, UToledo assistant professor of English, wrote a book exploring how blues artists use their work to invent personas that resist racial, social, economic and gendered oppression. Read: Sorting Out the Fact and the Fiction in Blues


UToledo Hosts Dialogue on Diversity to Discuss Anti-Asian Hate

March 30, 2021

The virtual town hall “Stop Anti-Asian Hate, The Fight to Eliminate Racism in All Forms" is scheduled for noon April 6 on Webex.


Persevering Arts

March 24, 2021

As many yearned to connect with others while staying at home, The University of Toledo embraced innovative ways of artistic expression to sustain the arts during the COVID-19 pandemic when people needed creative outlets and solace. Learn more at utoledo.edu/features.


Deadline Monday for 2020 graduates to RSVP for May 8 Commencement

March 23, 2021

Returning graduates need to complete the online form on the Commencement website to indicate their plans to attend to ensure they can access tickets and will be recognized at the ceremony.


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