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Women & Philanthropy donates books to 40 TPS second-grade classrooms

Second-graders in Toledo Public Schools have new books to read, thanks to Women & Philanthropy and the Judith Herb College of Education at The University of Toledo.

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Health and Human Services

Center for Health and Successful Living recognized with community service award

The UT Center for Health and Successful Living has received the Debra A. Green Community Service Award for its work providing advocacy and support services for breast cancer survivors and those battling the disease.

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Athletics

Rockets look for road victory at Western Michigan to get back in division race

The Toledo Rockets will travel to Kalamazoo to play the Western Michigan Broncos Thursday, Oct. 25.

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Natural Sciences and Mathematics

State honors UT algae expert for leadership of Ohio Harmful Algal Bloom Research Initiative

Dr. Tom Bridgeman, ecology professor and director of the UT Lake Erie Center, received with the Chancellor’s Award for his role leading the state’s Harmful Algal Bloom Research Initiative.

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Advancement

Day of Giving raises more than $700,000 in second year

A total of 3,156 donors gave $717,375 during The University of Toledo’s Day of Giving.

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Events

American Red Cross needs blood donors

Sign up to donate at the American Red Cross blood drive Wednesday, Oct. 24, on UT’s Health Science Campus.

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Engineering

UT professor honored for technology commercialization efforts

Dr. Vijay Goel, UT professor of bioengineering, received the 2018 Ohio Faculty Council Technology Commercialization Award for the Libra Pedicle Screw System.

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Events

Lake Erie Center photo contest seeking submissions

Friday, Nov. 2, is the deadline to submit photos for this year’s photo contest sponsored by the UT Lake Erie Center.

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News

UT research discovers link between refined dietary fiber, gut bacteria and liver cancer

UT researchers have authored a study published in the journal Cell that found a link between highly refined soluble fibers and liver cancer.

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Events

Bancroft Street construction nears completion

Final paving on Bancroft Street near the University is set to begin Friday, Oct. 19. That means there will be intermittent lane shifting as the project nears completion.

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