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Walk with the President this Wednesday!

We are launching a new initiative that’s going to be fun and informative! It’s called Walk with the President, and it’s the brainchild of UT’s interim president, Dr. Nagi Naganathan.

President Nagi is making it a priority to give all UT students a chance to meet with him informally on a regular basis. That’s what Walk with the President is all about — giving you the chance for casual conversations where you can ask questions or share what’s on your mind.

Tomorrow — that’s Wednesday, August 27 — you’ll get a chance to meet President Nagi at the Student Organization Fair on Centennial Mall. He’ll be there from 12:30 to 1 p.m., so stop by, look for him, say hello and share your thoughts.

Walk with the President events will be scheduled throughout the entire academic year, in venues all over the UT campuses. Watch your UT social media and UT communications for dates and locations of future Walks with the President, but for now, be sure you stop by Centennial Mall on August 27 to see President Nagi — he really wants to hear from you!

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In her role as Senior Vice President for Student Affairs at The University of Toledo, Dr. Patten Wallace provides leadership for creating an environment and system of support that is conducive to students achieving their educational goals. The offices and departments that make up the Division of Student Affairs include: Office of the Dean of Students, Office of Residence Life, Department of Student Success, the University Counseling Center, Office for the Student Experience, Office of Excellence and Multicultural Student Services, the Center for International Studies & Programs, Office of Recreation, Student Legal Services, and the Office of Student Involvement. Dr. Patten Wallace works with students, faculty, staff and administrators to help ensure student success and to fulfill the University's mission for a student-centered environment.

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