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Physiologist receives grant to study leading cause of death in America

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Dr. Guillermo Vazquez has received a $378,750 grant from the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute to study a new way to treat atherosclerosis.

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Advancement

Chinese alumni donate $25,000 for UT scholarship endowment

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A group of Chinese alumni will be honored for donating $25,000 to create a scholarship. The ceremony will be held Monday, Oct. 3.

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Events

Center for Health and Successful Aging offers adult fitness walking program

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Hit the trail! RocketWalk FitTracks is taking place in Metroparks of the Toledo Area weekdays now through November.

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Events

International human rights activist to speak at UT Oct. 3

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Dr. Mads Gilbert, physician and author of “Night in Gaza,” will speak Monday, Oct. 3, at 6 p.m. on UT’s Main Campus.

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News

UT ranked among world’s top research universities

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UT is among the world’s top research schools in the 2017 Times Higher Education World University Rankings.

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Events

Apply by Oct. 10 to compete ‘Shark Tank’-style at Pitch & Pour

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Monday, Oct. 10, is the deadline for technology-based business startups to apply for Pitch & Pour, competition modeled after “Shark Tank.”

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Business and Innovation

120 companies to recruit UT business students at fall job fair

Some 500 UT College of Business and Innovation students are expected to attend the fall job fair.

Some 500 UT College of Business and Innovation students are expected to attend the fall job fair Friday, Sept. 30.

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Events

Documentary to be screened as part of Hispanic Heritage month

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Who has the right to be an American citizen? “14 The Movie,” a documentary that explores that question, will be screened Friday, Sept. 30.

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Arts and Letters

Ottawa River Photography Contest winners announced

Bruce Kwiatkowski won first place with “Winter Scene.”

Three UT graduate students took the top spots in this year’s Ottawa River Photography Contest.

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Arts and Letters

Civil rights icon, former UN ambassador to speak at UT Sept. 29

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Andrew Young, a former member of Congress and mayor of Atlanta, who worked closely with Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. during the civil rights movement, will speak Thursday, Sept. 29, at 7 p.m. in Savage Arena.

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