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UT online programs move up in U.S. News rankings

UT continues to climb in the U.S. News & World Report list of the top online bachelor’s programs.

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Alumni

UT research assistant to appear on ‘Jeopardy!’

Watch UT alumnus and employee John Presloid on “Jeopardy!” Wednesday, Jan. 16.

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Library

Renovations underway for Mulford Library

Work has started to improve interior spaces of Mulford Library on UT’s Health Science Campus.

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Events

Satellites Auxiliary to hold shoe sale this week

The Satellites Auxiliary will hold a 43-hour shoe sale fundraiser Wednesday through Friday, Jan 16-18, in the Four Seasons Bistro Atrium in UT Medical Center.

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Events

UPDATED: UT president, Toledo mayor: Attend MLK Unity Celebration to honor civil rights leader

The 2019 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Unity Celebration will take place Monday, Jan. 21, at 10 a.m. in Savage Arena.

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Natural Sciences and Mathematics

Interim dean named for College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics

Dr. John Plenefisch will start his new job as interim dean of the UT College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics this week.

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Events

UPDATED: UT Lake Erie Center Jan. 17 talk canceled

Dr. Chris Vandergoot of the U.S. Geological Survey will discuss efforts to re-establish a lake sturgeon population in the Maumee River Thursday, Jan. 17, at 7 p.m. at the Lake Erie Center.

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Arts and Letters

Art exhibit reflects on ownership of self images

“No Honor No Heart,” an exhibit by genderqueer artist Rowan Renee, is on display through Thursday, Feb. 14, in the Center for the Visual Arts Gallery on UT’s Toledo Museum of Art Campus.

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Engineering

UT researcher calls on FDA to change rules to address spine screw contamination

Dr. Aakash Agarwal, UT adjunct professor of bioengineering, has petitioned the FDA to revamp how screws used in spinal fusion surgeries are handled to avoid contamination.

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Features

Virtual Dementia Tour gives UT occupational therapy students lesson in empathy

Students in UT’s nationally ranked occupational therapy doctorate program recently took the Virtual Dementia Tour for an experiential learning experience.

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