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The Importance of Learning Through Play

December 13, 2021

Dr. Ruslan Slutsky, professor of early childhood education in the Judith Herb College of Education, discusses how playing organized games in kindergarten is an important part of learning.


The Importance of Learning Through Play

December 10, 2021

Dr. Ruslan Slutsky, professor of early childhood education in Judith Herb College of Education, discusses how playing organized games in kindergarten is an important part of learning.


Your Expectations Could Shape Your Odds for Vaccine Side Effects

November 9, 2021

Dr. Andrew Geers, professor of psychology, discusses his research detailing a link between the side effects people expected from COVID-19 vaccination and those they actually experienced.


What Parents Need to Know About Testing for Dyslexia in Schools

November 4, 2021

Dr. Raymond Witte, dean of the Judith Herb College of Education, discusses common signs of dyslexia.


What Parents Need to Know About Learning Disability Tests

October 29, 2021

Dr. Raymond, Witte, dean of the Judith Herb College of Education, discusses home testing for learning disabilities.


What Parents of College-Bound Students Need to Do

March 24, 2021

Collin Palmer, director of undergraduate admission, recommends parents talk to their teens about budgeting and be sure they are meeting deadlines throughout the admissions process for scholarships and other forms of financial aid. Read: What Parents of College-Bound Students Need to Do


14 Tips for an Effective College Visit

March 2, 2021

Collin Palmer, director of undergraduate admission, discusses a variety of ways prospective students can determine whether a campus is the right fit for them.


‘Love Hormone’ Could Hold Key to Treating COVID

October 12, 2020

Ali Imami, graduate research assistant in the UToledo College of Medicine and Life Sciences, found that oxytocin may have potential as a targeted treatment for cytokine storms in COVID-19 patients. Read: ‘Love Hormone’ Could Hold Key to Treating COVID


ESG Investing: Big Banks’ Money Laundering Problem

October 9, 2020

Eric Chaffee, Distinguished University Professor in the UToledo College of Law, discusses how bad actors can use big banks to store and move financial assets. Read: ESG Investing: Big Banks’ Money Laundering Problem


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