The Blade


Air Force Teams Up With UToledo to Train Cybersecurity Savvy Teenagers

June 22, 2021

Dr. Mohammed Niamat, professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, and Dr. Ahmad Javaid, assistant professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, discuss the importance of careers in testing the security of microchips. Read: Air Force Teams Up With UToledo to Train Cybersecurity Savvy Teenagers


Cash to Bitcoin ATMs Pop Up Across Northwest Ohio

June 22, 2021

Eric Chaffee, Distinguished University Professor in the UToledo College of Law, discusses the concern that Bitcoin machines could be used for money laundering. Read: Cash to Bitcoin ATMs Pop Up Across Northwest Ohio


Open for Healing: UTMC Offers Advanced, Outpatient Prostate Cancer Treatment

June 22, 2021

Dr. Puneet Sindhwani, a board-certified urologist at UTMC and chair and Kenneth Kropp Endowed Professor of Urology in the College of Medicine and Life Sciences, discusses prostate cancer treatment options. Read: Open for Healing: UTMC Offers Advanced, Outpatient Prostate Cancer Treatment


New Study Seeks to Transform How Technology is Taught

June 16, 2021

  Dr. Gary Insch, professor of management, and Daniel Pfaltzgraf, visiting instructor of business technology and management, discuss their study exploring digitally native, but technologically illiterate students. Read: New Study Seeks to Transform How Technology is Taught


NASA Taps UT Engineers for Help in Making Solar Energy Aboard Spacecraft More Reliable

June 14, 2021

Dr. Daniel Georgiev and Dr. Raghav Khanna, associate professors in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, discuss their $240,000 NASA grant to improve power for space exploration. Read: NASA Taps UT Engineers for Help in Making Solar Energy Aboard Spacecraft More Reliable


Expect a Reboot on Toledo-area College Campuses with More In-person Learning and Activities

June 14, 2021

UToledo President Gregory Postel discusses the return to a more traditional fall term. Read: Expect a Reboot on Toledo-area College Campuses with More In-person Learning and Activities


From U.S. Senate Contest to Ohio School Boards, Debate Rages Over ‘Critical Race Theory’

June 14, 2021

Dr. Monita Mungo, assistant professor of sociology, discusses the debate in Ohio and across the country about critical race theory. Read: From U.S. Senate Contest to Ohio School Boards, Debate Rages Over ‘Critical Race Theory’


‘There’s No Vaccine for Grief:’ Academics Address How Coronavirus Changed Dying and Grief

June 14, 2021

Dr. Timothy Jordan, a professor of public health, discusses the rise of complicated grief, which is when a person is unable to return to the activities of daily living following a loss. Read: ‘There’s No Vaccine for Grief:’ Academics Address How Coronavirus Changed Dying and Grief


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


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


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