They worked hard for their degrees, so cold weather and a bit of rain was no obstacle to the more than 1,300 Old Dominion graduates who received bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees at the university's 119th commencement exercises on Saturday, Dec. 14.
Old Dominion and the Commonwealth Center for Advanced Manufacturing have announced that the university has joined the applied research center as a new academic member. ODU will provide leadership and research expertise in surface engineering and digital manufacturing to CCAM.
Romina Samson, a management major in the College of Business and Public Administration, was named the Outstanding University Scholar for the December commencement graduating class.
That quiz asking "What Disney princess are you?" may be a few minutes of Facebook fun. But are you risking your organization's network to take it? Four ODU faculty members have received a $245,460 grant from the NSF to study the factors that affect cyber security behavior, helping employees more deeply understand their security risks and improve their security behavior.
ODU continues to rack up accolades for its online education programs - this time with a ranking as Virginia's top four-year accredited online college.
- Faculty Members Are Co-Authors of Book About Grassroots Efforts to Restore Chesapeake Bay
- Student Team from ODU Vision Lab Places Third in Worldwide Competition
- ODU Researchers to Discuss Songbird Migration Study on 'With Good Reason'
- Former LA Dodgers Pitching Great Don Sutton Is Keynote Speaker for Baseball Banquet
- Tucker Receives SunTrust Diversity and Inclusion Leadership Award
- ODU Theatre Students, Faculty Earn National Recognition
- Tim Hopkinson Named NSCAA Soccer All-American
When Vanessa Hodges decided to go back to college after several years working as an LPN, the most excited person in her family was her father. "He was a truck driver. He never had the chance to go to school, because he had a family to support," Hodges said. "He was always so excited to hear about how I was doing."
With winter's arrival on the seasonal stage just days away, fall is taking its final bows (boughs?) on campus, leaving behind scattered pockets of color around the grounds and memories of a resplendent run during the month of November.
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Interdisciplinary studies/special education majors Jessica Young, left, from Pittsburgh, and Michele Young, from Indianapolis, toast each other during the Senior Brunch Friday at the Ted Constant Convocation Center. Sponsored by the Office of Leadership and Student Involvement, the ODU Alumni Association and GEICO, the event was held to celebrate the accomplishments of the members of the class of December 2013.