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NSM Office
Wolfe Hall

Room 2246
Mail Stop 620
Phone: 419.530.7840
NSM@utoledo.edu

 

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University Hall
Mail Stop 906
Third Floor Rm 3000
Phone: 419.530.2671
ALSMadvising@utoledo.edu
https://www.utoledo.edu/offices/studentservices/

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Lake Erie Center's 2018 Photo Contest accepting submissions through Nov 2

Amateur photographers  of all ages and skill levels are invited to participate in the contest whose theme is  "The Nature of Our Region, from Oak Openings to Maumee Bay." Color or black and white photographs  accepted. Entries  limited to three (3) per person and prizes will be awarded in multiple age categories. For more information on rules and submissions click here.

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Explore our graduate programs that can advance Your Career at our Open House Nov 3 from 9:30-3

This free event will be held in our state-of-the-art science research building, Wolfe Hall, where you can explore our wide variety of graduate programs and degree options. Free pizza lunch and refreshments are included for registered attendees. Registration for this event is here.

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"Mr. Eclipse" named  College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics 2018-19 Outstanding Alumnus

Fred Espenak, who graduated from UT with an MS in Physics in 1976, is a retired NASA astrophysicist, who is best known as "Mr. Eclipse" having published over a dozen books on eclipses, and running 3 websites devoted to eclipses and astro-photography. Learn more about Fred Espenack's here, or visit his Mr. Eclipse website here.

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The Tony Quinn We Are STEMM Initiative and the Tony Quinn We Are STEMM Fellowship Fund have been established by the University to honor Dr. Quinn and ensure ongoing support of underrepresented graduate students in STEMM disciplines graduate and professional education and mentoring programs. For more information about donating to the Tony Quinn We Are STEMM Fellowship Fund click here.

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Last Updated: 10/18/18