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UT scientists, students help U.S. Geological Survey develop model to predict algal bloom toxins

Kevin Corbin, UT senior, left, Ryan Jackwood, UT PhD student, and Jessica Reker, a senior at Xavier University, collected water samples at Maumee Bay State Park.

Water quality researchers and students at The University of Toledo Lake Erie Center who make daily E. coli forecasts for the public beach at Maumee Bay State Park are helping the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) develop a model to estimate the level of harmful algal blooms in Ohio waters. Sampling is underway for the USGS-led […]

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Events

Aug. 4 rap concert at UT canceled

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The Art of Rap Festival with Ice-T, Bone Thugs-N-Harmony and Naughty by Nature has been canceled.

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Athletics

Men’s basketball honored for academic excellence for second time in three years

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The UT men’s basketball team is a recipient of the National Association of Basketball Coaches Team Academic Excellence Award.

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Business and Innovation

Services set for UT business student

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Memorial services for Sierah Joughin, a student in the UT College of Business and Innovation, will take place this week.

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Events

Students to share water research findings at UT Lake Erie Center

Nate Marshall, a UT graduate student and a mentor for the National Science Foundation Research Experiences for Undergraduates program, left, watched as Hannah Scheppler, a senior at Bowling Green State University, center, and Jochannan Mitchell, a junior at Central State University, examined a juvenile grass carp, a type of invasive Asian carp, at the Lake Erie Center.

College students from across the nation who conducted research this summer at UT’s Lake Erie Center will share their results Wednesday, July 27.

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Alumni

Behind the scenes of Art on the Mall

Ansley Abrams-Frederick, director of alumni programming, has helped with Art on the Mall since 2003 and directed the summer favorite since 2008.

Take a peek behind the curtain and see how Ansley Abrams-Frederick, the UT Alumni Office, volunteers and sponsors make Art on the Mall possible.

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Medicine and Life Sciences

UT Human Donation Science Program celebrates milestone

Lori Rankin moved to Toledo from North Carolina to enroll in UT's Human Donation Science Program.

The 100th student will graduate from UT’s Human Donation Science Program this week.

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Events

Toledo Farmers’ Market returns to Health Science Campus

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Mark your calendar: The Toledo Farmers’ Market will return to UT’s Health Science Campus starting Wednesday, July 27.

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Natural Sciences and Mathematics

UT researchers partner with Green Ribbon Initiative to identify invasive plant species

UT graduate student Sara Guiher pointed out a black oak at the Kitty Todd Nature Preserve in Swanton. Black oak is one of the native species that the Green Ribbon Initiative is trying to protect.

How to manage invasive plants that are prevalent in the Oak Openings Region is the focus of UT researchers working with the Green Ribbon Initiative.

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Natural Sciences and Mathematics

UT startup company participates in government contract to develop new radiation detector

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Lucintech, a UT LaunchPad Incubation startup company, and Lithium Innovations Co. have received U.S. Department of Homeland Security contracts to create a lightweight, portable, sensitive and low-cost radiation detector.

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