InsideODU: News for Faculty and Staff
Monday, February 4, 2013

 Feature

Around the Grounds: A Photo Essay

The last week of January saw Hampton Roads' unpredictable weather turn from cold to hot (if only briefly) to cold again, but students were quick to take advantage of the two unusually warm days and enjoy the outdoors. Elsewhere on campus, it was business as usual in ODU's buildings and classrooms and around the grounds.


Marcus Perpignan, a computer science major, talks with GEICO representative Davis McFarland at the Career Management Center Coop/Intern Fair Thursday in Webb Center. Photo by Steve Daniel


With temperatures hitting the mid-70s on Wednesday, this student found a quiet spot behind the Ted to do some homework. Photo by Chuck Thomas


The Runte Quad provided the perfect spot for a game of catch Wednesday afternoon. Photo by Steve Daniel


Wednesday's spring-like weather prompted a number of students to break out the shorts and short sleeves as they turned their attention to recreational pursuits. Photo by Steve Daniel


Julie Ruterbories, the U.S. Department of State's newest Diplomat in Residence for the Mid-Atlantic region, visited the campus on Wednesday to promote internship and career opportunities in Foreign Service. Here she meets with a group of international studies majors during an informational session co-sponsored by the Career Management Center and the Graduate Program in International Studies. Photo by Chuck Thomas


Joan Gillece, director of the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, addresses the more than 400 people who attended a daylong training program at the Ted Constant Convocation Center Wednesday for professionals in the field of trauma-informed care. ODU's Office of University Events assisted with the program, which was hosted by the Up Center, formerly Child and Family Services of Eastern Virginia. Photo by Chuck Thomas


Eunice Smith, lecturer of mathematics and statistics, leads a precalculus class in Constant Hall Friday morning. Photo by Chuck Thomas


Like hair and clothing, book bags offer another opportunity for students to express themselves. This student, with her button-adorned bag, was spotted on the front steps of Webb Center during activity hour on Thursday. Photo by Steve Daniel

Return to InsideODU