|Thursday, November 18, 2010|
Reidy Center Researchers Awarded U.S. Army Grant to Study Treatment Methods for Wounded Soldiers
The wound healing work by researchers at Old Dominion's Frank Reidy Research Center for Bioelectrics has been recognized by a U.S. Army division tasked with finding advanced medical treatments for the military. (Full Story)
NROTC's Donald Nash Is First Recipient of ODU Employee of the Month Award
Old Dominion presented its first Employee of the Month Award Tuesday morning, Nov. 16, to Donald Nash, administrative assistant in the Department of Naval Science. The new awards program accepts nominations of classified and hourly employees, and administrative and professional faculty. (Full Story)
Students Plan Sleep-out on Kaufman Mall Thursday Night to Draw Attention to Homelessness
Thursday's forecast is for overnight temperatures near 40 degrees. But it also calls for hope, help and understanding. Old Dominion University's Center for Service and Civic Engagement, along with Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, is hosting a "Sleep Out for the Homeless" on Thursday, Nov. 18. (Full Story)
Noor Article, "Preparing for the Intelligence Era," Featured in ASME Magazine (Full Story)
Donations Accepted Until Monday Morning for HACE Thanksgiving Food Drive (Full Story)
"New Faces of Classical Music in America" Exhibit Opens in Diehn Composers Room (Full Story)
Monarch Dining, ODU Students Joining Forces to Provide Needy Children with Thanksgiving-Style Meal
With the Thanksgiving holiday approaching, Monarch Dining Services, along with ODU's Student Government Association, Office of Civic Engagement and NAACP chapter, are joining forces to host a dinner for children in need on Saturday, Nov. 20. (Full Story)
Seibles Featured in "Best American Poetry 2010"
CAA Champion Field Hockey Team Reaches 2nd Round of NCAA Tournament
Thurs., Nov. 18 & Tues., Nov. 23
Final Showings: "Two Small Pieces of Glass," a full-dome movie production of Imiloa Astronomy Center of Hawaii that looks at the development of telescopes from Galileo to the present, 5-5:30 p.m., Pretlow Planetarium.
Saturday, Nov. 20
Women's Studies Workshop: Featuring the scholarly and activist projects of students and professors in the department. It will consist of a series of presentations and afford students interested in gender a chance to learn and ask questions about the work of others as well as share their own interests and ideas, noon to 3 p.m., 3058 and 3060 BAL.
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