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Medical Students Fight Period Poverty with Menstrual Hygiene Product Drives

July 6, 2021

Period poverty is a growing crisis that affects millions of women, teenagers and girls worldwide who do not have access to menstrual hygiene products such as tampons and sanitary pads.


Student-Led Research Group Creates COVID-19 Forecast Map

July 1, 2021

Developed by Ishfaq Rahman and Kimberly Panozzo, doctoral students in the Spatially Integrated Social Science Program, the map predicts where COVID cases are likely to rise and fall each week.


Lavel Dumont to Receive Musial Award for Sportsmanship

May 18, 2021

The University of Toledo offensive lineman was selected for his extraordinary sportsmanship thanks to an inspiring gesture of caring and kindness: the special friendship he initiated last summer with a Toledo-area teenager and the impact he has made.


Groundbreaking Research on Neurodegeneration Lands UToledo Junior Goldwater Scholarship

April 9, 2021

Selected from a field of more than 5,000 applicants, Jacob Connolly, a junior in the College of Engineering and the Jesup Scott Honors College, joins an exclusive group of high-achieving students, each a future leader in their respective fields.


Experience on Campus, Abroad Pushes Honors Student Along Road to Success 

April 8, 2021

Now pursuing a Ph.D. in chemistry, Veronica Martin received her undergraduate degree in biochemistry last spring, when she was recognized as “Outstanding Graduating Student," and was able to travel throughout Europe as a junior in the UToledo-University of Salford Exchange Program.


UToledo Senior Creates Mural Representing Metamorphosis as International Student

March 25, 2021

A native of New Delhi pursuing an undergraduate degree in biology at UToledo, Anchal Sikka understands the changes that come with being an international student at a U.S. university.


UTMC Intern Administers COVID-19 Vaccine, Blending Science and Personal Impact

March 23, 2021

A UTMC outpatient pharmacy intern, Nicole Wendeln was on the front lines of the state's COVID-19 public health response, administering the first doses of the pandemic-fighting COVID-19 vaccine.


Art Student Leads Rage Painting Classes During Pandemic

March 22, 2021

Heather Tarolli leads rage painting classes at H.O.O.V.E.S. in Swanton, a nonprofit organization that offers emotional support for military veterans through an equine-assisted learning program.


Thailand Native Excels in Toledo at Tennis, Mechanical Engineering Studies

March 16, 2021

A two-time Academic All-MAC selection, Thawin "Ernie" Suksathaporn holds a 3.5 GPA in mechanical engineering and is working as an intern for Glow Security in Toledo.


Public Health Senior Charts New Course at UToledo

March 12, 2021

Sarah Johnson interned last summer with Toledo GROWs, which operates a working farm and helps establish and maintain community gardens city-wide.


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