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UToledo students’ winning biodesign projects to compete in New York

Two teams of UToledo students will compete in this year’s Biodesign Challenge Summit at the Parsons School of Design and the Museum of Modern Art in New York.

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Events

Families invited on cruise to learn how UToledo monitors health of rivers, Lake Erie

Discover how UToledo researchers and students help local waterways: Take a two-hour cruise on the Sandpiper this summer.

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Arts and Letters

Theatre students studying abroad at Moscow Art Theatre

UToledo students and Gillian Martin traveled with Dr. Matt Foss, assistant professor of theatre, to Russia, where they will learn and work this month.

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Arts and Letters

UToledo student studying suicide and opioids awarded prestigious NSF Graduate Research Fellowship

UToledo doctoral student Margaret Baer has received a a Graduate Research Fellowship in clinical psychology from the National Science Foundation.

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Events

Annual CampMed program shows area students their potential in studying medicine

Several area high school freshmen will visit the University this week to participate in CampMed.

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Medicine and Life Sciences

UToledo precision medicine researcher edits premier textbook on cellular response to stress

Dr. Alexzander Asea and Dr. Punit Kaur of the UToledo Department of Medicine have edited a new textbook titled “Regulation of Heat Shock Protein Responses.”

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Alumni

Toledo football launches Rocket Reading Program

Students in kindergarten through eighth grade: Join the Rocket Football Reading Program and score a free ticket to Toledo’s first home game.

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Alumni

Nurse education history book published by UToledo Press receives award

The UToledo Press book, “Caps, Capes, and Caring: The Legacy of Diploma Nursing Schools in Toledo,” has won the 2018 Local History Publication Award from the Bowling Green State University Center for Archival Collections.

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Arts

Art faculty member awarded Ohio Arts Council grant

Deborah Orloff, UToledo professor of photography, has been recognized by the Ohio Arts Council for her body of work titled “Elusive Memory.”

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Dana Cancer Center

Dana Cancer Center to hold annual survivor celebration June 6

The Eleanor N. Dana Cancer Center at UToledo Medical Center Cancer will pay tribute to cancer survivors and their caregivers Thursday, June 6.

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