WTOL 11


With Many Businesses Still Looking for Employees, the Unemployed Can Be Selective About Jobs

June 8, 2021

Dr. Kevin Egan, professor of economics, discusses incentives businesses are offering to hire workers and fill vacant positions.


Construction Begins at University of Toledo to Enhance Centennial Mall

May 27, 2021

Jason Toth, senior associate vice president for administration, discusses the improvements underway on an iconic part of UToledo campus.


Toledo Hosts Asian Heritage Festival

May 24, 2021

During Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, Xinren Yu, assistant director of the Center for International Studies and Programs, discusses the increase in federal hate crimes.


UToledo Medical Student Reflects on How the Pandemic Shaped Her Future in Medicine

May 21, 2021

Claire Meikle, who is graduating from the College of Medicine and Life Sciences with an M.D. and a Ph.D. in biomedical science, discusses how hands-on experience during the pandemic reaffirmed her dedication to family medicine.


Distinguished University Professor Retires from UToledo

May 17, 2021

Dr. Clinton Longenecker shares leadership lessons and reflects on his career as a business educator.


UT Awarded $1.4 Million to Help Fight Toxic Algae

May 14, 2021

  UToledo researchers are collaborating with municipal water treatment plants in Ohio. Read:¬†UT Awarded $1.4 Million to Help Fight Toxic Algae


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.


When Social Media Becomes Too Much

May 10, 2021

Dr. Victoria Kelly, assistant professor of psychiatry and director of the General Psychiatry Residency program, explains how social media can negatively affect your mood.


Ohio, Michigan Losing Congressional Seats

April 27, 2021

Dr. Sam Nelson, associate professor and chair of the UToledo Department of Political Science and Public Administration, discusses the ramifications of losing seats in the U.S. House of Representatives.


Local Leaders Say There’s Still Work to be Done

April 21, 2021

RaShya Ghee, lecturer in the UToledo College of Law, discusses what happens next in the fight for racial equality following the guilty verdict in the George Floyd murder trial.


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