Five-year-old Benjamin Goldberg, who is battling cancer, was a special guest conductor of the Monarch Marching Band at last Saturday's ODU football game.
ODU's Darden College of Education on Tuesday recognized the achievements of six outstanding graduates during its Darden Fellows awards luncheon. The annual event, part of the college's observance of American Education Week, was held at the Constant Center.
Initial Findings from M.B.A. Students' Survey of ODU Football Fans Indicate Strong Support of Program
If the initial response is any indication, Old Dominion football fans are at the very least very interested in the goings-on of their team. A survey sent to Monarch fans as part of a partnership between the College of Business and Public Administration and ODU Athletics received more than 1,100 responses within a week.
Jason Redman, a Navy Seal who was part of the Seaman to Admiral Program as an ODU student and who made headlines in 2007 with his determined recovery from horrible wounds sustained in Iraq, has produced a memoir, "The Trident: The Forging and Reforging of a Navy SEAL."
The FIG program encourages faculty to explore the use of technology in teaching and learning issues that are targets for improvement and innovation. Proposals involving collaboration of two or more faculty members from the same department, or from different departments in the same or in different colleges, are encouraged.
- Madrigal Banquets Will Feature Food, Music from Russia and Eastern Europe
- Students Investigate Use of Technology to Support Participants in Portsmouth Weight-Loss Initiative
- Students and Faculty Can De-Stress with Therapy Dogs Before Finals
- Donations Accepted Until Morning of Nov. 25 for HACE Thanksgiving Food Drive
Old Dominion has adopted, if only temporarily, some new school colors of late. The brilliant reds, oranges and yellows of fall have been appearing throughout the campus in recent days, adding some colorful accents to Big Blue Country.
A photographic look at just some of the happenings around campus in recent days...
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John Lowney, the father of offensive tackle Jack Lowney, gives his son a final pat of encouragement following a ceremony honoring ODU's seniors prior to the Monarchs' final home football game of the season against Campbell University on Saturday. Twelve seniors in all were joined by members of their families for the recognition ceremony on Foreman Field. A business management major, Lowney is from Narberth, Pa.