University Thespians to Return to the Stage this Fall

September 24, 2021

Holly Monsos, chair of the Department of Theatre and Film and professor of theatre and costume design, discusses the return of live productions during the 2021-22 academic year.

UTMC Brings in Unexpected $4M Surplus

September 23, 2021

Troy Holmes, UTMC’s chief financial officer, presented the hospital's fiscal year 2021 performance to the UToledo Board of Trustees.

Pushing for Change: UT Students Participate in Veteran Suicide Awareness Pushup Challenge

September 13, 2021

Eric Buetikofer, UToledo director of military and veteran affairs, and several students discuss the importance of talking to veterans to combat suicide.

University of Toledo to Mandate Coronavirus Vaccine for Students and Staff

September 2, 2021

Dr. Amy Thompson, senior vice provost for academic affairs, professor of public health and acting dean of the College of Graduate Studies, discusses the COVID-19 vaccine requirement.

UT’s Foss Finds Theater Opportunities Amid Pandemic Restrictions

August 27, 2021

Dr. Matt Foss, associate professor of theatre and film, discusses persevering arts, award-winning student productions and his first published script.

UT Engineering Legend Norm Nitschke is Remembered Fondly at UT Memorial Service

August 18, 2021

UToledo President Gregory Postel recalls the profound contributions of Norman Nitschke to the College of Engineering.

UT Professor Awarded $3.2 Million to Advance Algae Biofuel Technology

August 18, 2021

Dr. Sridhar Viamajala, professor of chemical engineering, discusses his federal grant to build on research that efficiently captures carbon dioxide from the atmosphere to grow algae.

Unvaccinated Coronavirus Patients Express Regret; Urge Others to get the Vaccine

August 18, 2021

Dr. Jennifer Hanrahan, an infectious disease specialist and associate professor in the UToledo College of Medicine and Life Sciences, discusses the benefits of getting the COVID-19 vaccine.

UT Study Confirms Wildlife Health is Impacted by Algal Toxins to Varying Degrees

August 10, 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.

NOAA: The 2021 Algal Bloom is Taking Hold Along Western Lake Erie Shoreline

August 5, 2021

Dr. Thomas Bridgeman, professor of ecology and director of the UToledo Lake Erie Center, discusses how this summer’s harmful algal bloom has a ways to go before it peaks.

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