Join Our Virtual Conversation on Oct. 22
ODU Libraries hope to connect our services and resources with voices across campus as we launch Conversations with the Monarch Community: A Virtual Space for Sharing Perspectives and Resources. The virtual engagement sessions will be hosted by members of the Libraries and will highlight the expertise and professional experiences of faculty, administration, and staff, along with student perspectives on timely issues.
Please join us for our first virtual conversation on Oct. 22 from 10am to 11am as we ask
- how faculty and students are holding discussions on race relations, diversity, inclusion, and social activism as course assignments and projects may reflect on the tensions and call for change within our current social climate.
Guest Speakers Include: Dr. Roderick Graham, Sociology & Criminal Justice, and Dr. Myles McNutt, Communication & Theatre Arts
Simply click on the link below on Oct. 22 to connect, listen, and share your point of view.
Conversations with the Monarch Community
In the meantime, please visit the Libraries' online book display for a curated collection that centers on the topic and provides references for the upcoming virtual conversation!
Please contact Jennifer Hoyt, Head of Libraries' Engagement, at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or for additional details.