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UT fraternity to raise funds for Toledo Fire & Rescue Foundation

Students competed in the fire truck pull during Pi Kappa Alpha Fireman’s Challenge last year.

Pi Kappa Alpha will hold the Fireman’s Challenge Saturday, Sept. 3, to raise funds for the Toledo Fire & Rescue Foundation.

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Athletics

Mid-American Conference honors UT men’s sports for highest GPA rank

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UT male student-athletes have scored big in the classroom, winning the 2015-16 Mid-American Conference Faculty Athletics Representative Academic Achievement Award.

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Natural Sciences and Mathematics

UT researcher receives grant to study male infertility

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Dr. Tomer Avidor-Reiss, UT associate professor of biological sciences, is using a $147,500 grant from the National Institutes of Health to study male infertility.

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Events

UT to give back to community through Big Event Aug. 28

Alpha Xi Delta and Pi Kappa Alpha, a social sorority and fraternity, teamed up to clean up a local garden for the Big Event last spring.

UT students will show their pride on campus and then head out into the area to volunteer for the Big Event Sunday, Aug. 28.

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Engineering

Engineers awarded $175,000 grant to develop program for cybermanufacturing of micro-electro-mechanical systems

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Dr. Vijaya Kumar Devabhaktuni and Dr. Daniel Georgiev of the UT College of Engineering are designing a program to manufacture micro-electro-mechanical systems online.

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Events

Register for Wound and Hyperbaric Symposium

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Register for “The Art of Healing.” Presented by the UT Division of Vascular/Endovascular and Wound Surgery, the Wound and Hyperbaric Symposium will take place Friday, Sept. 16.

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Medicine and Life Sciences

Professor’s anatomy series to be translated for international audience

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“Lippincott’s Concise Illustrated Anatomy” by Dr. Ben Pansky, UT professor emeritus of surgery, Dr. Thomas Gest will be translated into five languages.

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Athletics

Seven home soccer matches to be streamed live on ESPN3

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Fans who can’t make it to the UT women’s soccer matches can catch the action on ESPN3.

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News

Crews clean up University Hall flooding

A ruptured steam line in an office on the sixth floor of University Hall set off the fire suppression system Monday evening causing flooding to that area.

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Medicine and Life Sciences

UT medical faculty, students studying effects of algal bloom toxins on liver

Andrew Kleinhenz, biomedical research assistant, and Dalal Mahmoud, UT junior majoring in biology, thawed plasma samples from mouse blood for molecular analysis to measure liver damage.

A team of researchers in the UT College of Medicine and Life Sciences is analyzing how Lake Erie algal bloom toxins may affect the liver.

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