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Old Dominion University's researchers are engaged in cutting-edge research related to all forms of resilience, including flooding and the built environment, green infrastructure, climate change and sea level rise, adaptation, cybersecurity, health, and community resilience, among others.

The ODU Institute for Coastal Adaptation & Resilience (ODU-ICAR) is a national center that advances the resilience of coastal communities by integrating scientific and engineering knowledge with human dimensions to develop innovative solutions.

The Commonweath Center for Recurrent Flooding Resiliency (CCRFR) is a collaboration of ODU, the Virginia Institute of Marine Science, and the Virginia Coastal Policy Clinic at William & Mary to provide technical and scientific support, federal and local policy support, and lead funding applications across Virginia.

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First Fridays

Get an inside look into your major of interest when you speak to professors and current students at our monthly First Friday events.

Spring 2023 Commencement

Celebrate the achievements of approximately 2,000 graduating students during ceremonies on Friday, May 5 and Saturday, May 6.