February 20, 2009
News for Faculty, Staff, Students & Friends
Volume 38, No. 8



Approximately 850 students, representing 48 high schools across the region and the U.S., gathered in Norfolk Feb. 11-14 for the 32nd annual ODU Model United Nations High School Conference, sponsored by the university’s Model UN Society. Above, Emily Pinto and Leah Schy of Warhill High School in Williamsburg, representing Belgium, cast a vote during a meeting of the Security Council. At left, a student votes at the NGO (non-governmental organizations) Forum. Faculty sponsor Aaron Karp said the conference offers “a way for students to learn global affairs through simulation, mastering country briefs more intimately than they would in a typical classroom.”

Hatab, Weinstein are latest SCHEV Award winners
For the sixth time since the program was introduced in 1987, Old Dominion has two winners in the annual State Council of Higher Education’s Outstanding Faculty Awards competition: Larry Hatab and Larry Weinstein. Full story

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