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Time Isn’t an Obstacle for UToledo Finance Graduate

December 3, 2020

Originally from Bamako, the capital city of Mali, Djeneba Djeneba enrolled at UToledo at the age of 16 to start her sprint to a degree.


Tackling Challenges: 2020-22 Key Initiatives Update From Academic Affiliation Team

December 3, 2020

Update from the team working to enhance educational opportunities and partnerships through the Academic Affiliation Agreement with ProMedica


Global Supply Chain Management Conference to Address Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic

December 2, 2020

Academic researchers and business leaders worldwide will address the pandemic’s impact on the distribution of goods, services and information, highlight innovative solutions and share the latest research in supply chain management.


Persistence is Key for Engineering Graduate

December 2, 2020

Immediately following graduation, Brandon Bauer will be employed as a junior software developer with Union Home Mortgage in the Cleveland suburb of Strongsville, Ohio.


UToledo Extends Domestic Partner Benefits Through 2021

December 1, 2020

Domestic partner benefits will now be available through Dec. 31, 2021 for those employees who had elected domestic partner benefits in the 2020 plan year.


Moroccan-Born Author to Discuss Why She Calls Her U.S. Citizenship ‘Conditional’

December 1, 2020

A finalist for the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction, National Book Award for Fiction and the Kirkus Prize, Laila Lalami is a leading Arab American voice in literature.


Molecular Biology Ph.D. Graduate on Mission to Make an Impact

December 1, 2020

Roberto M. Alers-Velazquez wanted to develop relationships with professors and to perform important research in biology.


Tackling Challenges: 2020-22 Key Initiatives Update From UTMC Team

December 1, 2020

Update from the team working to enhance, stabilize and sustain UTMC.


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.”


Computer Science and Engineering Graduate Changing the World One Click at a Time

November 30, 2020

Growing up in Mumbai, India, Ikshita Gupta realized early on how difficult it could be for women to break into the world of technology, even on a global scale.