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After an additional year-long wait, the world's attention has turned to Toyko, where the 2020 Olympic Games are underway. Monarch fans have extra incentive to watch the action, with four ODU alumni competing on the world stage in the quest for gold. (More)
mmckeown wrote: ODU Football is Back!
After sitting out the 2020 season due to the COVID-19 pandemic, ODU Football makes its long-awaited return to the field this fall. The excitement is even more heightened for Monarch fans eager to witness the debut of new head coach Ricky Rahne. (More)
Every year, the ODU Alumni Association purchases identification tags for its annual fishing tournament, the Monarch Cobia Classic. But for 2021, an innovative idea arose: instead of contracting with outside vendors for the tags, why not partner with (More)
With the Atlantic hurricane season having officially started on June 1, now is the perfect time for coastal residents to be sure they are prepared for the possibility of a major weather event. The following are some basic tips for hurricane prep (More)
As the numbers of adults vaccinated against COVID-19 continues to rise and the CDC loosens guidelines for fully vaccinated individuals, more employees around the country are returning to the office after working remotely for more than a year. Fo (More)
Many Americans regard Memorial Day as the unofficial start to summer, celebrating with barbecues, beach trips, shopping and sun. But the holiday’s true intent is to honor veterans who have died in American wars. How much do you know about the (More)
Whitehurst Hall, overlooking the Lafayette River, is home to 594 residents. Directly behind Whitehurst is a two-net volleyball sand pit, a gazebo, and a wooden boardwalk and pier. The area is affectionately referred to as Whitehurst Beach and ha (More)
mmckeown wrote: Before You Hit the Road
After a summer vacation hiatus in 2020, travelers are ready to leave home this summer, with many hitting the highway to satisfy their wanderlust. If traveling by car is your preferred method of getting away, there are measures you can take to ma (More)
Now in its 51st year, Earth Day is an annual event that was created to demonstrate support for environmental protection. Old Dominion University and the ODU Alumni Association find new ways to commemorate this holiday annually. This year, the Alumni (More)
Now in its 51st year, Earth Day is an annual event that was created to demonstrate support for environmental protection. Old Dominion University and the ODU Alumni Association find new ways to commemorate this holiday annually. This year, the Alumni (More)
Now in its 51st year, Earth Day is an annual event that was created to demonstrate support for environmental protection. Old Dominion University and the ODU Alumni Association find new ways to commemorate this holiday annually. This year, the Alumni (More)
Named for civil rights icon Dr. Hugo A. Owens, the Owens House residence hall is a state-of-the-art facility that will house several of the University's living-learning communities. Construction on the $62-million Hugo A. Owens House residence hall (More)
Old Dominion University Monarchs are some of the most impactful leaders in their communities and across the globe. They are trailblazers in their respective careers and serve their communities with passion and innovation ultimately solving issue (More)
It was just over a year ago when the impacts of the coronavirus pandemic made their way to the ODU campus. Since that date, the ODU Alumni Association has continued creating ways to stay connected to (and with) our alumni. Let’s look back at the p (More)
From career coaching and resume assistance to job search resources and interview preparation help, ODU's Career Development Services (CDS) is there to support you in your professional goals even after you graduate. To highlight these resources, the (More)
We're on the move! The ODU Office of Alumni Relations is moving into a new space on campus. Starting Thursday, March 11, this office can find be found on the first floor of Innovation Research Park Building 1 in Suite 1300 on Monarch Way. (More)
Being deemed a "high risk driver" by insurance companies can be costly. Learn more from Dr. Sherik Ishak, professor and department chair in civil and environmental engineering at ODU, about how to reduce or avoid those costs. What can high-risk d (More)
mmckeown wrote: The Psychology of Love
When February rolls around, many of us have love on the brain. Valentine's Day occurs midway through the month and we're inundated with images of hearts, flowers, candy and other iconography suggestive of LOVE. With this in mind, the ODU student (More)
The following article, originally posted on HigherEdJobs® on Wednesday, February 3, 2021, features the work of ODU alumna Sherri Watson '09, PhD '20. Watson currently serves as the director of ODU's Center for Major Exploration and Mane Connect Suc (More)
mmckeown wrote: Happy Valentine's Day!
Not sure what to say to your Monarch Valentine? We've got you covered! Download one (or all) of the special cards below and spread ODU love this Valentine's Day! (More)