Signs of spring can be found throughout the grounds these days - everything from the colorful eastern redbud tree outside Webb Center to upcoming May graduates posing for memento photos by campus landmarks.
On Friday, April 11, teams of aspiring student entrepreneurs will gather at the College of Business and Public Administration for ODU's first Startup Challenge. The event is designed to help foster an exciting and competitive entrepreneurial environment on campus.
Jose Antonio Vargas, a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and undocumented immigrant, engaged a standing-room-only crowd at ODU Tuesday night with humor and unexpected insights from his personal experiences during a President's Lecture Series address that delved into the controversial issues of immigration.
David C. Earnest, associate professor of political science and international studies in the College of Arts and Letters, will lead the next Provost's Conversations on Teaching and Learning discussion on Thursday, April 17.
ODU will feature ballroom, jazz and modern dance choreography by faculty members and selected students at the annual University Dance Theatre Spring Concert, which will be held April 16-19.
- Team of Engineering Students Competes in SoutheastCon Robot Design Challenge
- VMASC Open House Set for April 17
- ODU Will Be Host Site for Norfolk Senior Olympics
- New Play, 'Really, Really,' Showcases Lives of College Students
- To Write Love On Her Arms Founder Speaking on Campus April 14
- Gordon Galleries Curator Among Museum Executives Chosen for Getty Leadership Institute
- Center for Learning and Teaching Wins National Award
A Picture is Worth...
Mel Williams (left), eminent professor emeritus of exercise science, talks with Warren Stewart prior to his address on "Aging, Exercise, Diet and Health: How to Be Young at an Old Age" for the Sixth Annual Warren Stewart Lecture. The author of 10 books on exercise science and finisher of more than 100 marathons, Williams spoke Monday in Constant Hall. The human movement sciences department presents the lecture to emphasize the importance of wellness throughout the aging process and making changes in diet and exercise. It is funded by Stewart, an ODU alumnus and retired school system superintendent, who currently serves as Virginia state president for AARP.