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Service learning trip to Guatemala an eye-opening experience

Brianna Becraft reflects on her service learning trip she took through the Jesup Scott Honors College.

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Alumni

UToledo alumna to speak at United Nations on Earth Day

Markie Miller, a University graduate and co-founder of Toledoans for Safe Water, will talk about the rights of nature movement at the United Nations Monday, April 22.

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Events

Traveling national exhibit shines spotlight on Colonial America

“Fire & Freedom: Food & Enslavement in Early America,” an exhibit from the National Library of Medicine, is on display in Carlson Library this month.

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Alumni

Second annual Lessons in LeadHERship set for April 30

Tickets are on sale for the second annual Lessons in LeadHERship Conference, which will take place Tuesday, April 30, in the Thompson Student Union.

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Arts and Letters

UToledo research: When smartphones aren’t used socially, there’s a link to anxiety

A new study about problematic smartphone usage by Dr. Jon Elhai, UToledo professor of psychology, was published in the journal Computers in Human Behavior.

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Events

Photographer to focus on travels during April 23 Satellites’ luncheon

Photographer Lowell Simon will talk about his trip so South America at the Satellites Auxiliary’s luncheon Tuesday, April 23.

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Alumni

University Women’s Commission recognizes employees, awards scholarships to students

Read about this year’s winners of the Dr. Alice H. Skeens Outstanding Woman Award.

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Arts and Letters

Symposium on Research in Psychiatry, Psychology and Behavioral Science this week

Dr. Luke Hyde of the University of Michigan will give the keynote address at the Research in Psychiatry, Psychology and Behavioral Science Thursday, April 18

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Arts and Letters

Exhibit focuses on activism and history of protest

An exhibition titled “PROTEST: Activism and Social Change, 1845-2015” will open Thursday, April 18, in the Ward M. Canaday Center for Special Collections in Carlson Library.

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Events

Leader of invasive Asian carp defense efforts in Illinois to speak at UToledo Lake Erie Center

Kevin Irons, manager for the aquatic nuisance species program at the Illinois Department of Natural Resources, will visit the UToledo Lake Erie Center to give a talk Thursday, April 18.

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