The University of Toledo Alumni Association

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Alumni eMagazine

cover of eMagazine Digging for the truth

Pulitzer Prize winner, Michael D. Sallah, A/S ’77, knew by the fall of his freshman year at UT that he wanted to be a journalist. He is an investigative reporter at Gannett/USA Today Network, where he combines his love for writing with his passion for social justice to uncover corruption, abuses of power and scandals.

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Class Notes

Photo of Brandon Tucker Brandon Tucker (Univ Coll ’07)

Brandon Tucker was recognized as one of Crain’s Detroit Business 40 under 40 for the class of 2017. He was awarded the Edward H. Schmidt Outstanding Young Alum award at UT’s Homecoming Gala in 2011. Tucker is the dean of advanced technologies and public service careers at Washtenaw Community College in Ann Arbor, Mich.

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Alumni Spotlight

A lifetime of service

Over the past 30 years, Anne ('88) and Randy Ruch ('88) have shown a deep commitment to serving the marginalized, providing medical care and so much more to people in Guatemala and in one of the poorest neighborhoods of Toledo. Last year, the Ruches received the Dr. Lawrence V. Conway Lifetime Distinguished Service Award by the UT Global Medical Missions Hall of Fame.

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Commemorating the eclipse

Retired NASA astrophysicist and UT alum Fred Espenak ('76) was in his element last summer. Known as "Mr. Eclipse," the scientist emeritus at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center has participated in 34 eclipse expeditions around the world. He even has an asteroid named after him. Last summer, just before the eclipse, the U.S. Postal Service issued a special stamp featuring Espenak's photos.

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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: 2/5/18