Small World, Big Ocean for Ph.D. Student Kristina Confesor
Kristina Confesor is a current Ph.D. student in Old Dominion University’s distinguished Ocean & Earth Sciences program.
Biology Ph.D. Student Earns Virginia Sea Grant 2022 Graduate Research Fellowship
Sierra Hildebrandt, a Ph.D. student at Old Dominion University’s Department of Biological Sciences is one of the recipients of the Virginia Sea Grant 2022 Graduate Research Fellows.
Physics Department Hosts Association of Nepali Physicists in America Conference
The Department of Physics in the College of Sciences at Old Dominion University hosted the fifth annual Association of Nepali Physicists in America (ANPA) Conference July 15-17, 2022.
Data Science Bootcamp: Training and Preparation for the Future
The College of Sciences at Old Dominion University held its debut Data Science Boot Camp at the end of the 2022 May semester, on campus, at the Computer Science and Engineering Building. The six-day boot camp was organized by Lesley Greene, Associate Professor of Chemistry & Biochemistry and Associate Dean for the College of Sciences.
Tony Colizzi, ODU Alumnus and South Carolina Hall of Fame Inductee
Tony Colizzi, better known as Coach Colizzi on the cross country and track field, is a recent inductee into the South Carolina Track and Cross Country Coaches Association (SCTCCCA). But before this accomplishment, Colizzi worked towards achieving the first of his two master’s degrees at Old Dominion University.
Ruth Archambault Knows There’s More to Geology Than Meets the Eye
Newlywed Ruth Archambault graduated from Old Dominion University on Saturday, May 6, along with her husband Seth Green. Archambault-Green received a Bachelor of Science in ocean and earth sciences (OES) with a concentration in geology and a minor in military leadership. She’ll tell anyone willing to listen that “studying geology is more than looking at the ground and identifying rocks,” and she believes her degree and military background will help leverage her career.
Kayla Pineda Wins Virginia Space Grant Consortium Scholarship
Old Dominion University rising junior Kayla Pineda is the recent winner of a 2022-2023 Virginia Space Grant Consortium (VSGC) Undergraduate Research Scholarship. Kayla was awarded $8,500 to help fund drone research she has been conducting with ODU Computer Science Assistant Professor Sampath Jayarathna.
First Year Graduate Student Receives $138,000 Grant to Fund Research
DiPetto is a 2022 recipient of a National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship, an award that recognizes outstanding graduate students in the sciences.