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Your Pet Provides Crucial Emotional Support During the COVID-19 Pandemic

February 16, 2021

Dr. Janet Hoy-Gerlach, who has spent years studying the human-animal bond, said there are clear physical, emotional, psychological and social benefits to be had from our pets.


NASA Extends UToledo-led Project Innovating K-12 Science Curriculum

January 22, 2021

UToledo's Dr. Kevin Czajkowski is spearheading the development of new curriculum that relies on helping learners of all ages conduct real science using the resources of NASA and education partners nationwide.


UToledo Lake Erie Center to Outfit Floating Laboratory for Science Cruises

January 21, 2021

UToledo awarded a nearly $80,000 grant to fund STEM educational project, Maumee River FLOWS, to engage local teachers and hundreds of middle and high school students.


Watch Spring Welcome Back Virtual Forum

January 15, 2021

Watch video of the virtual form held Friday, Jan. 15 that provided faculty and staff updates about the University's COVID-19 response ahead of the start of spring semester.


UToledo Electrical Engineer Featured in Children’s Book About Africa

January 15, 2021

“Great Minds and Finds in Africa” features Dr. Ngalula Sandrine Mubenga, UToledo assistant professor of electrical engineering technology in the College of Engineering, who researches battery power systems.


UToledo Director Receives Top Honor for Trio of Underwater Photos

January 13, 2021

Rick Francis received the top prize in the “Beginner” category of a competition by the British Society of Underwater Photographers for photographers who have not previously placed in a major underwater photo competition.


UToledo Press Publication Shares Stories of Toledo’s Famous ‘Forgotten Visitors’

December 23, 2020

Mark Twain, Frederick Douglass, Susan B. Anthony, Babe Ruth, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Mother Theresa are just some of the city of Toledo's famous guests.


UToledo Art Professor’s Solo Exhibit, ‘Elusive Memory,’ on Display in Russian Gallery

November 30, 2020

The exhibit features 21 large-scale photographs from “Elusive Memory,” Orloff’s ongoing body of work that explores “the enigmatic relationship between family photography and memory.”


Professor’s Bilingual Collection of Poetry Captures Migrant Experience

November 18, 2020

“To the River, We Are Migrants” helps us better understand what it means to be a migrant in these turbulent times.


Servant Leaders

November 2, 2020

UToledo undergraduate students in the Klar Leadership Academy got their hands dirty to help make five Toledo Metroparks clean for a community service project, which included picking up trash at the Middlegrounds park.


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