Book Discussion on ‘Witches’ Kicks Off Women’s Suffrage Programming at Perrysburg Library

May 16, 2022

Dr. Kristen Geaman, associate lecturer of history, will lead a discussion on “The Once and Future Witches” May 23.

UTMC Upgraded to Level II Trauma Center

May 9, 2022

UTMC CEO Richard Swaine and Dr. Aela Vely, a fellowship-trained trauma surgeon and medical director for trauma and surgical critical care at UTMC, discuss the hospital's upgraded trauma status.

Toledo Museum Showcases Man in the City

May 9, 2022

Brian Carpenter, assistant professor of 3D design and interdisciplinary art, talks about an art program with high school students from the Achieve Academy.

UToledo to Renovate On-campus Residence Halls

April 19, 2022

UToledo is partnering with national student housing industry leaders to transform and revitalize the on-campus living experience for students through planned renovations to the residence halls.

UT Student From Ukraine Starts Movement to Help Her Country

March 14, 2022

Alona Matchenko, a law student and native of Ukraine, discusses her efforts to help Ukraine and refugees.

City of BG, BGSU Consider Joint Fire and Police HQ

January 31, 2022

Jeff Newton, associate vice president for public safety, discusses how the safety center shared by the UToledo Police Department and Ohio State Highway Patrol is serving as an example for other projects across the state.

Study shows critical need to reduce use of road salt

December 21, 2021

Dr. Bill Hintz, an assistant professor of ecology, discusses his research on how the overuse of road salts to melt winter snow and ice is threatening our health and environment.

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.

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