Eric Walters, a biology faculty member at ODU, has personal reasons to be interested in the waves generated this summer by the documentary film "Blackfish," a heart-tugging expose about killer whales - also called orcas - that are kept in captivity at marine amusement parks.
Members of the campus community are invited to attend one of several forums and meetings about the proposed Campus Master Plan that have been scheduled over the next month and a half. The first faculty forum will take place Friday, Sept. 20.
The ODU Institute of Humanities has a new director with a vision that sees the master's degree program developing a unique identity aimed at fostering community engagement and service.
London-based plastic surgeon Dr. Mohammad Ali Jawad will screen the Academy Award-winning documentary "Saving Face," which focuses on his internationally renowned work treating acid attack victims, and speak about his experiences during a lecture at ODU on Sept. 25.
- Student Recreation Center to Host Triathlon Nov. 3; Early-Bird Registration Deadline is Oct. 1
- Music Department Presents Free Concerts This Month
- ODU Faculty Member Provides Expert Commentary on Security Checks at Local Tunnels
- WODU Student Radio Celebrates 40th Broadcasting Anniversary
ODU football returned to the campus last Saturday when the Monarchs hosted Howard in their first home game of the season. After opening losses on the road to East Carolina and Maryland, ODU was eager to get in the win column, and dominated the visiting Bison. As in previous seasons, tailgating abounded throughout the campus, and by game time the stands were packed with cheering Monarch fans.
A Picture is Worth...
Shane Greene, a sophomore from Williamsburg, finds a quiet spot to do some schoolwork in the garden area behind Kaufman Hall. A nursing major with a minor in military leadership, he wants to become an Army nurse after he graduates.