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InsideODU: News for Faculty and Staff
Thursday, June 14, 2018

ODU Teams with Sen. Mark R. Warner to Showcase Leadership in Hampton Roads

The second annual 2018 Hampton Roads Leadership Summit showed the future of Hampton Roads is on solid footing for economic success and social vibrancy. Full Story

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Dabney Appointed to ODU's Board of Visitors

Unwanna B. Dabney, an executive in the transportation sector, has been appointed to Old Dominion University's Board of Visitors by Gov. Ralph Northam. Her four-year term will begin on July 1. Full Story 

In Memoriam: Anne Donovan, Paul Heine, Declan De Paor

Old Dominion recently lost three members of its campus community. Learn more about their lives and contributions. Full Story 

ODU and the City of Norfolk Join Forces to Improve Powhatan Fields

The University will pay half the cost for new turf on the popular fields, which are used primarily by Norfolk Public School athletic teams. Full Story 

Two ODU Researchers Each Receive $100,000 to Help Bring Projects to Market

Sachin Shetty, associate professor in the Virginia Modeling, Analysis and Simulation Center, and Hani Elsayed-Ali, Batten Endowed Professor and Eminent Scholar in electrical and computer engineering, received awards through the Commonwealth Research Commercialization Fund (CRCF). Full Story 

Morris Named New Director of Government Relations

Annie Morris has been named the director of government relations at Old Dominion University. She begins work on June 18. Full Story 


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Across Campus - A Photo Essay

Old Dominion University hosted 36 sailing teams during the 2018 College Sailing Nationals at the ODU Sailing Center May 22 through June 1. The Intercollegiate Sailing Association (ICSA) held its three spring national championships on the Elizabeth River. Photos David B. Hollingsworth/ODU. Full Story

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Photo by Chuck Thomas

Old Dominion University celebrated its Upward Bound graduating class May 19, 2018. Since 1986, more than 500 students have graduated from Old Dominion University's Federal TRIO Upward Bound Program. ODU staff prepares low-income, first-generation college-bound high school students for academic and social encounters they may face in a higher education environment.



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