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UT homepage updated to improve communication, user experience

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UT launches a new homepage to share more news and videos.

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Medicine and Life Sciences

Researchers take cross-disciplinary look at addressing side effect of cancer treatment

Conducting research to better understand oral mucositis with Dr. E. Ishmael Parsai, right, and Dr. Heather Conti are, from left, Nathan Schmidt, research assistant in the Department of Biological Sciences; Jackie Kratch, graduate student in the Department of Biological Sciences; Lisa Root, director and attending vet in the Department of Lab Animal Resources; and Dr. Nicholas Sperling, assistant professor of medical physics. They are standing by the Varian Edge System at UT’s Eleanor N. Dana Cancer Center.

Researchers at the University are using a $60,000 from Ohio Cancer Research to explore what causes a common complication of cancer treatment called oral mucositis.

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Association of Black Faculty and Staff renames scholarship in honor of professor emeritus

Colleagues and friends recently attended the Association of Black Faculty and Staff meeting during which its annual scholarship was renamed in honor of Dr. Joseph Sommerville, professor emeritus of education.

The UT Association of Black Faculty and Staff has named its scholarship in honor of Dr. Joseph C. Sommerville, professor emeritus in the Judith Herb College of Education.

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Arts and Letters

Disability Studies Program to screen, discuss ‘A Christmas Carol’

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Watch “A Christmas Carol” Tuesday, Dec. 6, and then discuss representations of disability in the film and literature with faculty and students from the UT Disability Studies Program.

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Athletics

Rockets accept invitation to play Appalachian State in Raycom Camellia Bowl

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The UT Rockets will face the Appalachian State Mountaineers in the 2016 Raycom Camellia Bowl Saturday, Dec. 17, in Montgomery, Ala.

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UT awarded federal innovation grant to invest in academic researchers throughout northwest Ohio

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UT has received $500,000 from the U.S. Department of Commerce so faculty research can help lead to more startup companies and jobs in the area.

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Events

University to hold breast cancer screening event Dec. 9

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The UT Center for Health and Successful Living with support from Susan G. Komen of Northwest Ohio will sponsor free clinical breast exams and mammograms Friday, Dec. 9.

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News

Student Nurses’ Association named tops in state

Posing for a photo with the Brain Bowl trophy in October at the Ohio Student Nurses’ Association Convention in Columbus were, from left, Karen Tormoehlen, Mariah Dooley, Kaitlin May, Alexis Ortiz, Allison Turnwald, Kayla Tibbits and Patty Sopko.

The Student Nurses’ Association has been recognized as the best chapter in the state by the Ohio Nursing Students’ Association.

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Arts and Letters

Lecture series focuses on ‘Everyday Humanities’

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The UT Humanities Institute and the Way Public Library in Perrysburg have teamed up to present a yearlong lecture series titled “Everyday Humanities.”

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Arts and Letters

Several holiday-themed concerts on tap

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Hear the sounds of the season: Check out concerts to be presented by the UT Music Department.

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