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Clean Energy is a Win-Win: Save the Planet and Grow the Economy

February 19, 2021

UToledo faculty who focus on environmental sciences and geography, sustainability, renewable energy and economics address statements The Blade Outdoors Editor Matt Markey made about climate change and renewable energy.


Extend the Tenure Clock to Save Careers of Rising Academic Women

November 30, 2020

Dr. Karen Bjorkman, provost and executive vice president of academic affairs and Distinguished University Professor of astronomy, urges institutions of higher education to extend the tenure clock to save careers of rising academic women and chronicles her implementation of a one-year extension during the coronavirus pandemic. Read: Extend the Tenure Clock to Save Careers of ...


UToledo has Forged Strong Links to National Laboratories

October 29, 2020

External funding for research increased more than 43% in the past four years, jumping more than 18% last year alone. A large portion of that climb is thanks to strong connections to the U.S. Department of Energy’s national laboratories.


How the Outcome of the Election – for President and the Senate – Will Impact Whether Trump’s Nominee Gets a Vote in the Senate

September 21, 2020

The Supreme Court vacancy caused by Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death has caused a political crisis.


UToledo Research Funding Increases 41.5% in Four Years

July 20, 2020

UToledo's strong research profile continues to grow as research dollars-to-date are more than $54.2 million, an increase of 17% over all of fiscal year 2019 and 41.5% higher than our research awards four years ago.


Dialogue Critical to Addressing Heart of Floyd Protests Across Country

June 3, 2020

The killing of George Floyd and the aftermath make it difficult for me to separate my personal beliefs from my professional responsibilities as vice president of diversity and inclusion at The University of Toledo. I am a professional African-American male who understands his privilege and responsibility to say something.


Learning From Our Viral Trial (With Style)

May 19, 2020

Dr. Clinton O. Longenecker, Distinguished University Professor in the College of Business and Innovation, shares some of the lessons we have learned from the coronavirus.


Advice for Job Seekers During Coronavirus Pandemic

May 14, 2020

Amy O’Donnell, Distinguished University Lecturer of Career Development, offers tips for anyone looking for a job.


Union and Management Cooperation Needed to Reopen American Pro Sports

May 12, 2020

Geoffrey Rapp of the UToledo College of Law writes about the shutdown of professional and amateur sports and what it will take legally to play again.


Women’s Golfer Begins Fight Against Cancer

March 26, 2020

Women's Golf Coach Jenny Coluccio shares the personal story of UToledo golfer Saranlak (Sara) Tumfong, who recently was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia.


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