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cover of eMagazine Toledo region is a bird magnet

In less than a month, northwest Ohio will become a birder’s paradise. Thousands of songbirds, visible at eye level within a seven-acre area at Magee Marsh, are so abundant and colorful that “they look like Christmas tree ornaments,” says naturalist Dr. Christine Manzey (BA Ed ’77, MS A/S ’85, PhD Ed ’10), an Oak Openings resident in Whitehouse, Ohio.

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Photo of Robert Dempsey Dr. Robert Dempsey (MS ’87, PhD ’91)

Robert is the executive editor of “The International Space Station: Operating an Outpost in the New Frontier,” an e-book that gives an inside look at flight controllers that make spaceflight a success. He is NASA’s flight director for the International Space Station.

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Alumni Spotlight

A Scottish lesson in storytelling

Alumna Jennifer Porath (BA VPA, ’12) fell in love with the U.K. and particularly with Scotland, where she now lives and is researching Scottish folklore and culture, focusing on the oral tradition of storytelling. When she heard about a program that explored the Scottish culture through very old stories and how, over time, they morphed into something new—she was intrigued.

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Reflections on China

Jeremy Holloway teaches English as a second language remotely to middle school students in China. In March, the UT alumnus was invited to travel to China to meet the students he teaches. He traveled across the country to visit all of his classes, the Great Wall of China, the Forbidden Palace and the Terracotta Army Sculpture Museum.

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Climbing for Change

UT alumna Samantha Rhodes, along with her dad, Steve Rhodes ('85, '91), and stepmom, Tami, embarked on an adventure to "electrify Africa." The family climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro to raise $30,000 for the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA) International Foundation’s rural electrification efforts in Africa.

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Last Updated: 5/8/18