As summer slipped quietly into fall, the slight drop in temperature that accompanied the change of seasons did not seem to have an effect on the campus community, as students went about their studies, activities and games outdoors.
The Old Dominion University Board of Visitors on Sept. 26 approved the creation of a new College of Continuing Education, which will become effective Jan. 2, 2014.
The Hampton Roads Sea Level Rise and Flooding Adaptation Forum, which has sponsored a series of workshops during the past year for government, industry and military representatives who have a professional interest in flooding in the region, will open its deliberations to the public on Oct. 2.
Old Dominion's participation in the annual Commonwealth of Virginia Campaign kicks off Oct. 1 with a goal of raising $115,000 by the end of the fall semester.
Who doesn't like surprises? The ODU family is invited to Webb Center at 11 a.m. Friday, Oct. 4 - smack dab in the middle of Homecoming - for a surprise unveiling.
- Atkinson Featured in Sea Level Rise Video
- Campus Master Plan Presentations Scheduled During Month of October
- Alumni Reception to Honor ODU's Igloria and Raisor; Reservations Due Oct. 3
- Wittkower to Discuss Social Media on 'With Good Reason'
- Groundbreaking Technologies, Research to Be Featured at ODU Peninsula Center Open House
A Picture is Worth...
Many administrators and faculty members came out the morning of Saturday, Sept. 21, to meet and talk with parents and students at the annual President's Brunch, a traditional event of Monarch Family Weekend. Among those attending the brunch, held at the Ted Constant Convocation Center, were (l-r): Jennifer Foss, director of Student Health Services; Mary Swartz, university registrar; and Lenora Thompson, director of Counseling Services.