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Here’s What You Should Do If You Lose Your COVID-19 Vaccine Card

May 14, 2021

  Dr. Mohamad Moussa, associate professor in the UToledo College of Medicine and Life Sciences, discusses how to access immunization information. Read: Here’s What You Should Do If You Lose Your COVID-19 Vaccine Card


Toledo Man Goes From Defendant to Attorney

May 14, 2021

Joshua Williams, an alumnus of the UToledo College of Law, credits his success to people like Judge Myron Duhart of the Ohio Sixth District Court of Appeals, an adjunct professor in the College of Law.


NRA’s Failed Gamble in Texas Court Boosts Chances of its Demise

May 12, 2021

Eric Chaffee, Distinguished University Professor in the UToledo College of Law, discusses how the dismissal of the NRA’s bankruptcy case in Texas renews focus on a fraud lawsuit filed by New York’s attorney general. Read: NRA’s Failed Gamble in Texas Court Boosts Chances of its Demise


Open for You: UTMC Pain Rehabilitation Program Takes Interdisciplinary Approach to Chronic Pain Management

May 12, 2021

Dr. Ashley Schneider, a physical medicine and rehabilitation specialist who serves as medical director of UTMC’s Pain Rehabilitation Program, discusses the comprehensive treatment for individuals experiencing long-term chronic pain. Read: Open for You: UTMC Pain Rehabilitation Program Takes Interdisciplinary Approach to Chronic Pain Management


American Craft Beer Week & The Beer Professor

May 11, 2021

Dr. Neil Reid, professor of geography and planning, discusses the impact craft breweries have on communities both big and small. Listen: American Craft Beer Week & The Beer Professor


Institutions That Use Leveraged ETFs End Up Performing Worse, Study Finds

May 11, 2021

Dr. Kainan Wang, associate professor of finance, discusses how the use of leveraged exchange-traded funds in institutional portfolios has had an overall adverse effect on performance. Read: Institutions That Use Leveraged ETFs End Up Performing Worse, Study Finds


UT Astronomy Department Taking Research to Higher Level with Webb Telescope

May 11, 2021

UToledo astronomers will lead five of the first research projects on NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope, a new infrared telescope scheduled to launch in October. Read: UT Astronomy Department Taking Research to Higher Level with Webb Telescope


UT Astronomy Department Taking Research to Higher Level with Webb Telescope

May 10, 2021

UToledo astronomers will lead five of the first research projects on NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope, a new infrared telescope scheduled to launch in October. Read: UT Astronomy Department Taking Research to Higher Level with Webb Telescope


UT’s Rockets Class of 2021 Launch to Graduation

May 10, 2021

  UToledo President Gregory Postel congratulated graduates for their focus, resilience and strength to overcome the challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic. Read: UT’s Rockets Class of 2021 Launch to Graduation


Toledo Man Graduates from University of Toledo After Serving 27 Years of a Life Sentence

May 10, 2021

Ralph Warren, who was pardoned in 2017 by President Barack Obama, earned a bachelor’s degree in individualized studies.


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