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Welltower announces transformational gift to UT; company headquarters will remain in Toledo

Welltower Inc. announces the donation of its office buildings and approximately 100 acres of land for the benefit of The University of Toledo.

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Engineering

NSF awards UT $1.8 million grant to engage high school students with cybersecurity

More than 2,000 area high school students and teachers will learn how to use mathematics and computational thinking to solve cybersecurity problems in smart vehicles thanks to UT’s $1.8 million grant from the National Science Foundation.

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Events

Detour for west-bound Bancroft Street to begin Sept. 25

As work continues to install a new sewer line, it will be necessary to close west-bound lanes on Bancroft Street beginning Monday, Sept. 25.

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Alumni

UT alumnus’ play about dealing with dementia to debut

“Remember Me,” a play about how families are affected when a loved one has dementia, will run from Wednesday through Saturday, Sept. 20-23, in the Center for Performing Arts.

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Arts and Letters

UT Department of Art guest reception on Art Loop Sept. 21

A reception for artists Nancy Mitchnick and Ryan Debolski will take place Thursday, Sept. 21, in the Center for the Visual Arts, where both have exhibitions on display.

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Athletics

UT quarterback named a Manning Award Star of the Week; fans can vote for him on Facebook

Toledo fans: Vote for Logan Woodside to be named the Manning Award Quarterback of the Week.

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Events

UT to recognize National Service Dog Month with talks, training demonstration Sept. 21

Rocket Service Dogs will have several puppies in training at an event Thursday, Sept. 21, in Carlson Library. The program is honor of National Service Dog Month.

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Events

UT to host International Human Trafficking and Social Justice Conference Sept. 21-22

The International Human Trafficking and Social Justice Conference will take place Thursday and Friday, Sept. 21-22, on UT’s Main Campus.

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Events

Transformation of K-12 education law and school choice to be discussed

Nicole Stelle Garnett of the University of Notre Dame Law School will talk about the continuing transformation of K-12 education law Thursday, Sept. 21, in the Law Center.

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Events

German physicist to speak at Lake Erie Center on measuring freshwater toxicity using algae, water fleas

Dr. Christian Moldaenke, researcher and founder of the German company bbe Moldaenke, will discuss “Measuring Toxicity in Freshwater Using Algae and Water Fleas” Thursday, Sept. 21, at the UT Lake Erie Center.

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