June 16, 2021
Dr. Gary Insch, professor of management, and Daniel Pfaltzgraf, visiting instructor of business technology and management, discuss their study exploring digitally native, but technologically illiterate students. Read: New Study Seeks to Transform How Technology is Taught
June 16, 2021
Dr. Paul Hong, Distinguished University Professor of global supply chain management and Asian studies, discusses why it could take up to six months before the economy settles into its new normal.
June 14, 2021
Written by UToledo students Lee Harms and Abigail Saxton, under the direction of Dr. Gary Insch, professor of management, the profile was a portion of a final project in Insch’s Sustainability in Business course.
June 11, 2021
Seniors Tycen Anderson and Drew Rosi now eligible for Academic All-America Vote.
June 10, 2021
In her UToledo Students Vlog, Mikayla Doyle, a senior studying marketing and sales in the John B. and Lillian E. Neff College of Business and Innovation, shares how she's navigated paying for college.
June 1, 2021
The research grants awarded are: Interdisciplinary Research Initiation, $90,000; Research Innovation Program, $80,000; Research Awards and Fellowships, $172,051; and DeArce-Koch Memorial Endowment Fund, $50,000.
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.
May 19, 2021
A new study by UToledo researchers published in the Journal of Applied Business and Economics analyzes the paradox, and outlines methods to bridge the technology gap and better prepare students for the realities of the workplace.
May 17, 2021
Dr. Clinton Longenecker shares leadership lessons and reflects on his career as a business educator.
May 14, 2021
Dr. Paul Hong, Distinguished University Professor of global supply chain management and Asian studies, discusses how the supply chain has yet to fully recover from pandemic-related factory closures. Read: Planning on Dining Out in a Columbus Restaurant? Expect to Pay More