Sentinel-Tribune


UToledo’s Water Task Force meets Sept. 30

September 27, 2021

Dr. Frank Calzonetti, vice president for research, discusses the collaboration of more than 30 faculty members from across the University working to protect water quality and the health of Lake Erie.


UT Announces COVID Vaccine Requirement

September 2, 2021

UToledo President Gregory Postel discusses the COVID-19 vaccine requirement.


Toledo Research: Harmful Algal Blooms Jeopardize Reptiles, Songbirds

August 18, 2021

Dr. Jeanine Refsnider, an associate professor of environmental sciences, discusses her research showing how harmful algal blooms jeopardize the health of reptiles and songbirds in the Great Lakes region.


UT planning traditional summer and fall terms

April 6, 2021

The University expects to return to a traditional academic course schedule with most courses in-person in the fall and a more normal occupancy in on-campus Residence Halls. Read: UT planning traditional summer and fall terms


Postel appointed UT president

March 9, 2021

Dr. Gregory Postel was named the 18th president of UToledo during a special Board of Trustees meeting last week.


‘Mystery of First Stars’ unraveled at Way

February 22, 2021

Dr. Eli Visbal, assistant professor in the UToledo Department of Physics and Astronomy, is presenting a virtual lecture through the Way Public Library in Perrysburg to discuss how stars and black holes formed in the early days of the universe on Wednesday, Feb. 24.


Explore background of ‘Batman’

February 17, 2021

Dr. Kristen Geaman, associate lecturer of history, will give a virtual presentation on how Batman has appeared as a father in Golden and Silver Age comics, as well as popular television shows such as the 1966 Adam West series. Read: Explore background of ‘Batman’


Lies, tall tales and reinvention in the blues

January 19, 2021

Dr. Kimberly Mack, UToledo assistant professor of English, discusses her new book that explores how blues artists use their work to invent personas that resist racial, social, economic and gendered oppression. Read: Lies, tall tales and reinvention in the blues


Mack discusses her ‘Fictional Blues’

January 11, 2021

Dr. Kimberly Mack, UToledo assistant professor of English, to discuss her new book Tuesday via Zoom for an event hosted by Way Public Library. Read: Mack discusses her ‘Fictional Blues’


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