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NSM Office
Wolfe Hall

Room 2246
Mail Stop 620
Phone: 419.530.7840


Student Services Office (Advising Assistance)
University Hall
Mail Stop 906
Third Floor Rm 3000
Phone: 419.530.2671

College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics 2018 Outstanding Graduating Senior

James Windsor, who graduated magna cum laude with a BS in Physics with a concentration is Astrophysics, will be studying astrophysics at Astrophysics at Northern Arizona University this fall. For more about James, click here.

Tramer and Manzey
UT alumna, retired UT professor and Current UT Assistant professor promoting local Avian science and conservation.

Dr. Christine Manzey, (BA Ed ’77, MS A/S ’85, PhD Ed ’10), her husband Elliot Tramer, a retired UT professor of biology, and current assistant professor of environmental sciences, Dr. Henry Streby are working to sustain and protect the habitats of birds in Toledo "one of the greatest birding locations in the world".  For more information click here.

Dr. Andrew Jorgenson to present public lecture on Global Climate Disruption

Dr. Jorgenson, Associate Professor Emeritus of the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry and a Senior Fellow at the National Council for Science and the Environment will speak at an event hosted by the UT Alumni Association June 5 at 6 p.m., in the Driscoll Alumni Center. The event is free, but reservations are required by Friday, June 1. For more information click here.


Five students ON how Science and math programs at UT have exceeded their expectations.


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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.


LSMCE logoPromoting Diversity in STEM Education as a partner in the Louis Stokes Midwest Center for Excellence.

Last Updated: 5/13/18