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Graduate Research Achievement Day a Success

Many of the brightest graduate student researchers at Old Dominion shared their work at the fourth annual Graduate Research Achievement Day (GRAD) on March 27. A record 124 students participated in this year's GRAD event, which was created to honor and celebrate the excellent research of the university's graduate students.



ODU Student Nurses' Association Members Give Back to the Community

From August to December 2013, members of the ODU Student Nurses' Association logged more than 253 hours volunteering at various community activities, including health and wellness fairs and fundraisers for nonprofit organizations.


Spring Is in the Air – A Photo Essay

With temperatures climbing to the mid-70s on Friday, members of the campus community enjoyed spending some time outdoors.

A Picture is Worth...

thepicturePhoto: Steve Daniel

Christian Zemlin, assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering, discusses his research project during the Office of Research's 2013 Multidisciplinary Seed Funding Team Presentations Friday morning. The project, which he undertook with colleague Andrei Pakhomov, a research professor at the Frank Reidy Center for Bioelectrics, is titled "Defibrillation of Cardiac Tissue with Nanosecond Pulsed Electric Fields." It was one of five selected last year in the Office of Research competition. The winners shared the outcomes of their yearlong research during the presentations at IRP 2.

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