Old Dominion University’s 2016 Top-Viewed News Stories
December 21, 2016
As another exciting year concludes at Old Dominion, the achievements of University students, staff and faculty were spotlighted repeatedly on the ODU News homepage.
Ranked by number of website visitors, the following 10 stories were our most viewed in 2016. Enjoy!
Based on a research study, Old Dominion University's Board of Visitors endorse the idea of rebuilding Foreman Field at S.B. Ballard Stadium to enhance the football experience of fans.
Old Dominion University is recognized as one the nation's top higher education institutions by U.S. News and World Report in its annual "Best Colleges" rankings. Old Dominion secures the #210 position in the "National Universities" category.
Old Dominion Board of Visitors vote unanimously to name the University's new stand-alone dining facility the Kate and John R. Broderick Dining Commons.
ODU's Center for Cybersecurity Education and Research is giving students the opportunity to explore internships, co-op programs, scholarships and work study programs with professionals in their field at the National Security Agency.
Old Dominion University announces plans for a new art museum that will become an educational and cultural resource for students, faculty, staff and the Hampton Roads community.
Stephanie G. Adams, professor and engineering education department head at Virginia Tech, is selected as the seventh dean of Old Dominion University's Frank Batten College of Engineering and Technology.
Old Dominion University dedicates its new dining facility, the Kate and John R. Broderick Dining Commons.
Chip and Joanna Gaines, from HGTV's hit program "Fixer Upper," appear at Old Dominion University's Ted Constant Convocation Center.
Former Old Dominion University swimmer Nate Tschohl invents a pace clock that can count seconds in two directions and allows swim coaches to program practice sets.
Old Dominion University receives global ranking of the world's top higher education institutions.