President John Broderick Lays Out Vision for the 2014-15 School Year in his State of the University Address
Old Dominion University President John R. Broderick highlighted achievements in research collaboration, student achievement, cooperation with the military community and enterprise innovation during his seventh State of the University Address on Tuesday, Aug. 19. ( More )
A “good place to live” often has a vibrant economy, is well governed, and has an effective, well respected police force with little crime. Is Hampton Roads such a place?
The 2014 Life in Hampton Roads survey just released by Old Dominion University asked residents their thoughts. Released today, part two of the survey, “A Tale of Many Cities: Economy, Crime and Politics” highlights regional and sub-regional measures of economy, crime and political perceptions.
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New Director of ODU's Naval Engineering and Marine Systems Institute Has a Multi-Generational Love Of the Sea
When an opportunity arose to come back to ODU in 2012, Michaeli was eager to use her experience and passion for naval architecture and marine engineering in the creation of the Naval Engineering and Marine Systems Institute. ( More )
Old Dominion University launched a mobile app today that broadens the ability of students, faculty and staff to contact police, or receive information from law enforcement, in the event of an emergency on or near campus. ( More )
Old Dominion University Police Chief Rhonda Harris conducted a media demonstration Friday morning of LiveSafe, an innovative new mobile app launched Thursday, Aug. 15. ( More )
It is a stretch to compare Old Dominion University mathematician John Adam to comedian Peter Sellers, but when you view Adam’s new YouTube video “Common Algebraic Errors,” you just may think of the savant Chance the Gardener, the role Sellers plays in in the 1979 movie “Being There.” ( More )
John Ford, Eminent Scholar and professor of marketing and international business at Old Dominion University’s Strome College of Business, has been named one of two executive editors for the Journal of Advertising Research. ( More )
Members of the campus community can see the state-of-the-art labs contained in ODU's new Engineering Systems Building on Friday, August 22. ( More )
The Old Dominion University Monarchs football team will be featured on the first-ever day of broadcasting by the American Sports Network, a collegiate sports initiative created by the Sinclair Broadcast Group.
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An old filing cabinet provided an unexpected glimpse into this school’s early days, when what is now Webb University Center was still an idea being considered by a growing Old Dominion College. ( More )
For 41 games this NBA regular season, two former ODU Dynasty Dancers will dance on the floor at the Verizon Center, as fans cheer on the young, exciting Washington Wizards team. ( More )
Time is money, as the saying goes, or, by extension, time is opportunity. That’s how six experimental nuclear physicists at Old Dominion University are interpreting it. ( More )
Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring will be the speaker in the Blue Planet Forum: Exploring the Bay and Beyond environmental lecture series at Old Dominion University Wednesday, August 27. ( More )
Ross Mugler has been appointed to serve on Old Dominion University’s Board of Visitors, Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe announced Friday. ( More )
Old Dominion University unveiled a discounted health insurance program for graduate students on August 1, continuing President John R. Broderick’s commitment to provide the resources to attract and retain top graduate students. ( More )
A transfer agreement signed Aug. 5 by the presidents of Old Dominion University and Richard Bland College of William & Mary, which is a two-year public institution in Petersburg, offers students at RBC a seamless way to move on to ODU to earn baccalaureate degrees. ( More )