SEES Teams

This team is responsible for facilitating a capacity for assessment and developing a culture of evidence across SEES.

This team coordinates communication support for all offices in the division. The team assists with supporting all forms of division office communications-related tasks, projects, and initiatives in coordination with other team members. This team also participates in semester retreats to develop and coordinate initiatives and participate in professional development activities.

This team is a group designed to think strategically about what is needed to create a culture of care across the university (e.g., organizational structure, support, etc.).

This team identifies strategies in areas of technology, process re-engineering, training and recognition, communication/coordination/support, and safety to prioritize and enhance customer service.

This team develops and implements an effective and measurable diversity strategic plan for the SEES Division. Guided by the SEES Diversity and Inclusion Statement, this team strives to increase SEES cultural knowledge and capacity to cultivate and sustain a university climate and culture that fosters learning whereby all Monarchs feel valued, have a sense of belonging, engaged, and [culturally] interconnected across the campus community.

This team discusses dates, deadlines, and ad-hoc communications that are needed prior to the start of a new semester as it relates to Admissions, Financial Aid, Preview, Housing, and Finance.

This team discusses dates, deadlines, and ad-hoc communications that are needed prior to the start of a new semester as it relates to Admissions, Financial Aid, Preview, Housing, and Finance.

This team develops a communication plan made up of communication deliverables from across the division to on-boarding first year students. This plan is prepared in advance, then refined and augmented on an ongoing basis.

This team identities food insecurity concerns and trends, develop initiatives to connect students with food opportunities and create awareness of established resources both on-campus and in the community to faculty, staff, and students.

This team effectively trains and engages student leaders, faculty, and staff in the Green Dot bystander intervention program. The committee aims to host two major events, four student bystander training sessions, and two faculty/staff sessions per year. This does not include 15-minute overviews scheduled by individual offices and university committees. Most of the members of the committee have been trained to facilitate the 6-hour student bystander training and have attended/completed the 4-day Green Dot Train the Trainer Training.

This team coordinates various campus entities to host a week of welcome programming.

This team is for responsible for the planning and implementation for Move In logistics, staffing, training, and materials to welcome ODU's residential community.

This team provides opportunities for out-of-state students to connect with each other and to become more engaged on campus. This team also works with Academic Affairs to do outreach to freshmen who are on academic warning after their first semester.

This team reviews events submitted in MonarchLink to look for overlap, encourages folks to put events into MonarchLink, and collects/shares important SEES dates where VIPs are needed. This team also decides how SEES assessment measures "engagement" and what programs count toward SEES' 15 programs per year for advanced scheduling.

This team advertises the SEES award nomination process, awards decisions, announces winners and provides recognition opportunities throughout the division beyond the annual awards.

This team evaluates the current onboarding and welcoming of new students and develops new plans centered on student success for implementation.

This team integrates resilience concepts into student programming with the outcome of increasing the resilience and success of ODU students.

This team provides sexual assault/relationship violence resources, support services, and education to ODU students, faculty, and staff.

This team translates and articulates what students learn from their co-curricular involvement and work experiences into identifiable skills for their chosen career path.