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As Pandemic Nears End, Teen Vaping Threat Resumes

June 10, 2021

  Dr. Tavis Glassman, professor in the School of Population Health, and Nicole McKenzie, assistant professor and director of UToledo’s respiratory care program, discuss e-cigarette use among teens. Read: As Pandemic Nears End, Teen Vaping Threat Resumes


What You Need to Know About Thursday’s Partial Solar Eclipse in Northwest Ohio

June 10, 2021

Dr. Michael Cushing, professor of physics and astronomy and director of UToledo Ritter Planetarium, says a better solar eclipse is coming in 2024, when Toledo will be right on the edge of totality.


University of Toledo Professor Releases Book on Korean History

June 9, 2021

Dr. Joey Kim, assistant professor in the Department of English Language and Literature, ventures through Korean history, the feminine body, U.S. foreign policy and coming-of-age in midwestern America in her new book of poetry.


UT Researchers Work with NASA to Enhance Solar Power Conversion for Mars, Moon Missions

June 9, 2021

Dr. Raghav Khanna, associate professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, discusses his laboratory’s $240,000 NASA grant to improve power for space exploration.


Big Tech’s Immunity To Get Tough Look At 3rd Circuit

June 8, 2021

  Geoffrey Rapp, the Harold A. Anderson Professor of Law and Values and senior associate dean for academic affairs at the College of Law, discusses a case in which a Philadelphia-based Fox News anchor will ask the appeals court to revive her lawsuit accusing Facebook, Reddit and others of the unauthorized use of her image. ...


With Many Businesses Still Looking for Employees, the Unemployed Can Be Selective About Jobs

June 8, 2021

Dr. Kevin Egan, professor of economics, discusses incentives businesses are offering to hire workers and fill vacant positions.


UT Research Explores How to Stop Good Immune Cells From Turning Bad

June 8, 2021

Roshale Fernando, a Ph.D. student in cancer biology, discusses her work testing a vitamin supplement that increases BH4 in the body to improve immunity in the tumor microenvironment. Read: UT Research Explores How to Stop Good Immune Cells From Turning Bad


After Pandemic Year, Universities Find Flexibility in Distance Learning

June 8, 2021

Dr. Karen Bjorkman, provost and executive vice president for academic affairs, discusses distance learning during the pandemic. Read: After Pandemic Year, Universities Find Flexibility in Distance Learning


After Pandemic Year, Universities Find Flexibility in Distance Learning

June 8, 2021

Dr. Karen Bjorkman, provost and executive vice president for academic affairs, discusses distance learning during the pandemic. Read: After Pandemic Year, Universities Find Flexibility in Distance Learning


Emotional Support Animals Really Do Emotionally Support Us

June 4, 2021

Dr. Janet Hoy-Gerlach, professor of social work, discusses the first empirical evidence that emotional support animals can provide quantifiable benefits to individuals with serious mental illness who are experiencing depression, anxiety and loneliness. Read: Emotional Support Animals Really Do Emotionally Support Us


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