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UT offers Saturday Morning Science programs

The University of Toledo’s College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics will host Saturday Morning Science programs.

The free, public lecture series will cover a diverse range of scientific topics and feature tutorials, demos and hands-on activities.

“Our attendees range anywhere from middle school, high school, undergrads to retirees, some of whom have been coming for eight consecutive years,” said Dr. Joseph Schmidt, UT associate professor of chemistry and program co-organizer. “We get between 100 and 120 people showing up almost every time.”

All programs will start at 9:30 a.m. and take place in Wolfe Hall Room 1205 on UT’s Main Campus. Free parking is available in area 13 and the west parking ramp.

Upcoming topics and speakers include:

•  Feb. 21: “Computable Numbers: Algorithms and Complexity From Ancient Iraq to Modern Particle Physics” with Dr. Paul Hewitt, associate professor in the UT Department of Mathematics and Statistics.

•  Feb. 28: “Improving Water Quality for Maumee Bay — Restoring Ecosystems for Health and Fun!” with Dr. Daryl Dwyer, associate professor in the UT Department of Environmental Sciences and director of the Stranahan Arboretum.

For more information and a full schedule of programs, visit

Media Coverage
The Independent Collegian (March 4, 2015)


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