A luncheon series with speakers that address Black women in various leadership roles.
The Diversity Institute at Old Dominion University enhances awareness, commitment, knowledge, and skills that are needed to develop leaders as change agents in a culturally diverse world. Semester-long sessions include modules and cultural learning labs that train participants on how to operate in a diverse multicultural and global setting. In addition to developing communication skills needed in a pluralistic society, the Diversity Institute is an excellent resume builder.
Provides an active learning environment whereby student leaders can address and enhance their level of cross-cultural competence in conjunction with the Office of Student Activities and Leadership.
The Heads of the Family Dinner is a semester event designed to bring together the Executive Boards of student organizations for social connections and to increase collaborative partnerships. It is our goal that this event will galvanize student groups to move beyond their cultural frameworks to plan events and programs that bring together diverse student populations.
Provides a cohesive venue whereby student leaders can enhance leadership skills, address emerging campus issues, and network/collaborate with other organizations in conjunction with the Office of Student Activities and Leadership.
The Division of Student Services honors and celebrates the accomplishments of ODU student organizations and leaders.