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May 29, 2014

ODU Science Alliance Live "Tuk"

Science Alliance's 'Tuk' Is Calling All Children

How do you teach children the science behind climate change and sea level rise? You do it as entertainingly as possible, which is what Science Alliance Live at Old Dominion University proposes to do with its presentation of the children's stage play "Tuk in the Arctic" and accompanying activities that allow children to conduct experiments of their own.

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Agarwal to Act as Interim Dean of College of Business and Public Administration

Vinod Agarwal, professor of economics and director of Old Dominion University's Economic Forecasting Project, has been named interim dean of ODU's College of Business and Public Administration, effective July 1.


Ph.D. Clinical Psychology Program Is Accredited

The Virginia Consortium Program in Clinical Psychology, a collaborative offering of Old Dominion University, Eastern Virginia Medical School and Norfolk State University, has received the maximum-duration, seven-year accreditation for its new Ph.D. program.

John Duffy

10th Duffy Institute Still Turning Out Masterworks

John Duffy has won two Emmys and is widely regarded as one of America's most accomplished and versatile composers of music for operas, musical theater, cinema and television. At 87, he still has abundant creative energy, enough to hold the rapt attention of beginning composers. And that's exactly what he is doing during the last two weeks of May at Old Dominion University.

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ODU Counselor Education Graduate Program Ranked Tops in Nation by Website

Old Dominion University's graduate program in counselor education has been ranked as the top program of its type in the nation by a national survey of current and former students, tallied by educational services website graduateprograms.com.



Across Campus - A Photo Essay

Several ODU physics majors volunteered their time on Saturday, May 17, to assist with the Jefferson Lab open house in Newport News. For this event, the public was invited to tour the facility where approximately 1,250 scientists from around the world conduct experiments. The ODU Experimental Nuclear Physics Group is one of the largest and most experienced research groups working at Jefferson Lab. In addition to building major detector systems for both the original Jefferson Lab complement and a subsequent upgrade, they are leaders on a wide variety of experimental programs to explore the nature of matter.

A Picture is Worth...

thepicturePhoto: Chuck Thomas

During the hustle and bustle of the regular academic year, it's easy to forget that Old Dominion's vibrant campus attracts more than just traditional students and the faculty and staff members who work here. Here, a woman and child enjoy a stroll along one of our many tree-lined sidewalks.


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