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Anticipation builds: Rockets ready to start season

2015 football sched

The Toledo Rockets open the 2015 season against Stony Brook Thursday, Sept. 3, at 7 p.m. in the Glass Bowl.

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Law

Law faculty recognized for scholarly impact

rankings (2)

When it comes to citations to articles, UT College of Law faculty members rank 62 out of 205 law schools in the country.

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Events

UT Health supports JDRF One Walk

Julie LaPlante with her son, Derek

Join Julie LaPlante and the UT Health team for the JDRF One Walk Sunday, Sept. 20, at Ottawa Park in Toledo.

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News

UTMC coders help generate $1.4M in gross revenue

Documentation improvement specialists at UT Medical Center are, from left,  Megan Burtscher, Carmen Clarke Davis, Holly Hill, Kita Fleming and Jenny Blandford.

An investment in document improvement specialists and dedication to detailed physician documentation has led to $1.4 million in gross revenue during the last fiscal year for UT Medical Center.

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Arts

UT faculty film accepted to prominent international film festival

These stills are from Holly Hey’s film, “the dum dum capitol of the world,” which will be shown at the Aesthetica Short Film Festival in November.

“the dum dum capitol of the world,” an experimental documentary by Holly Hey, UT associate professor of film, will be screen at the Aesthetica Short Film Festival in November.

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Medicine and Life Sciences

Medical director to lead outpatient care at UTMC

Tinkel

Dr. Jodi Tinkel will serve as medical director of ambulatory care at UT Medical Center.

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News

Twice as nice: Fraternity brings home national honors again

Members of UT’s Epsilon Epsilon chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha received the Smythe Award for the second year in a row. The honor is given to the top 10 percent of chapters.

For the second year in a row, UT’s Epsilon Epsilon chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha received the Smythe Award.

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Features

UT organization welcomes international students; assists in transition to college

Preparing paratha, an Indian flatbread, at the Festival of India earlier this month were, from left, Roshan Kini, volunteer; Sai Kumar Naini, panel member, graduate vice president and webmaster for the Indian Student Cultural Organization; Narendra Raghav Venkatesan, volunteer); and Krishnakant Patel, president of the Indian Student Cultural Organization.

Read about the UT Indian Student Cultural Organization and the events it presents throughout the year.

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Medicine and Life Sciences

Professor recognized by National Medical Association

Baugh

Dr. Reginald Baugh of the UT Department of Surgery has received the Hinton-Gladney Award from the National Medical Association.

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News

Funding to help create jobs in community health field

Vasquez

The University has received $458,000 from the Medicaid Technical Assistance and Policy Program Healthcare Access Initiative to provide training to become a community health worker.

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