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UT President Touts University’s Handling of Pandemic-Related Challenges

May 4, 2021

UToledo President Gregory Postel praised the campus community for the empathy, resiliency and innovation shown during the COVID-19 pandemic during his inaugural State of the University Address. Read: UT President Touts University’s Handling of Pandemic-Related Challenges


UToledo President Gregory Postel Delivers State of the University Address

May 4, 2021

UToledo President Gregory Postel had a conversation with Scott Sands about the COVID-19 pandemic and the bright days ahead. Listen: UToledo President Gregory Postel Delivers State of the University Address


Protein Key to Understanding Disease, Immune Response

May 4, 2021

Sara Moore, an M.D./Ph.D. student in the Medical Microbiology and Immunology track at the UToledo College of Medicine and Life Sciences in the Biomedical Science Program, discusses her research into a vital part of the immune system. Read: Protein Key to Understanding Disease, Immune Response


Idaho’s Transgender Sports Ban Faces A Major Legal Hurdle

May 3, 2021

Dr. Jami Taylor, professor of political science, discusses transgender sports bills that state legislatures have passed across the U.S. Read: Idaho’s Transgender Sports Ban Faces A Major Legal Hurdle


Global Supply Chain Shortfalls Cut into Northwest Ohio

May 3, 2021

Dr. Paul Hong, Distinguished University Professor of global supply chain management and Asian studies, discusses the global shortage of semiconductor chips and other raw materials creating a bottleneck in production for manufacturers. Read: Global Supply Chain Shortfalls Cut into Northwest Ohio


Walleye Exploring Sandusky River Above Old Dam Site

May 3, 2021

  Taylor Sasak, a master’s student in the UToledo Department of Environmental Sciences, discusses her discovery that walleye are once again using a location on a Lake Erie tributary that had been blocked for a century. Read: Walleye Exploring Sandusky River Above Old Dam Site


Postel to Deliver Virtual Inaugural State of the University Address

May 3, 2021

The 2021 State of the University speech is entitled “Inspiring Hope: UToledo’s Brightest Days are Ahead.”


Open for You: Make Primary Care a Priority, Even During the Pandemic

May 3, 2021

Dr. Rashmi Goyal, an internal medicine specialist with The University of Toledo Medical Center’s South Toledo Internists, says it’s important for people of all ages to see a primary care physician and that individuals shouldn’t put off those visits over fears of COVID-19. Read: Open for You: Make Primary Care a Priority, Even During the Pandemic


Lilac Blooms and Climate Change

April 30, 2021

UToledo graduate student Stephanie Nummer talks about her research that found climate change is causing lilacs in North America to bloom an average of one day earlier every three years since 1973.


We Must Think About Vaccine Trust From the Perspectives of Undocumented Migrants

April 30, 2021

Dr. Ayendy Bonifacio, assistant professor of U.S. ethnic literary studies at UToledo, writes in an op-ed that real trust must be built between the U.S. government and undocumented people in order to boost the COVID-19 vaccination rate in the Latinx community, which has one of the lowest vaccination rates of any demographic group in the country.


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