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InsideODU: News for Faculty and Staff
Thursday, April 19, 2018

VIDEO: ODU Researchers Use "Fit Socks" to Analyze Clinical Disorders in Patients

A team of researchers led by ODU professor Steven Morrison, along with neurologists from Sentara Healthcare, is using fitness-tracking technology as a way to measure movement and detect early signs of trouble related to clinical disorders that impact walking. Full Story

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Sharon Raver-Lampman Spends Spring Semester in Armenia on Fulbright Scholarship

Raver-Lampman, a professor of communication disorders and special education at Old Dominion University, is taking part in a research project at Armenian State Pedagogical University through the prestigious Fulbright Scholarship program. Full Story 

University Recognizes First-Generation College Students in Inaugural Pinning Ceremony

In recognition of first-generation college students slated to graduate in May, Old Dominion held its inaugural "pinning ceremony" on April 11. Full Story 

ODU Health and Physical Education Master's Student Wins Prestigious National Award

Amanda Yessick, a master's student in the health and physical education program in the Darden College of Education, recently received the Adapted PE/Activity Graduate Student of the Year Award from SHAPE America at their national convention and expo. Full Story 

Memorial Service for Steve Yetiv to be Held April 24

The 6 p.m. service will be held at Chandler Recital Hall in the Diehn Center for Fine and Performing Arts. Full Story 


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Across Campus - A Photo Essay

Members of Old Dominion University's Young Alumni Advisory Committee, student-athletes, staff and police volunteered at a Richard Bowling Elementary School in Norfolk on April 13. The spirited event, called ODU Day, included crafts, field games and a pep rally for students. Photos by Chuck Thomas Full Story

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David Hollingsworth

Sigma Nu and Alpha XI Delta teamed up recently for a program called "Tipxi and Drunken Driving." The event was held to increase student awareness about the harmful effects of drinking and driving. Rebecca Angerome is pictured wearing goggles that simulate being intoxicated.



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