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ODU School of Nursing joins The Nurses Climate Challenge

The health impacts of climate change are gaining attention, making it an important aspect of nursing care. The Old Dominion University School of Nursing recognizes the importance of teaching nursing students about climate and health. By partnering with the Nurses Climate Challenge – a national campaign mobilizing nurses to engage and educate health professionals and students about climate and health – the ODU School of Nursing can incorporate a comprehensive set of easy-to-use resources to prepare nursing students to better care for patients and communities in a world with a changing climate. Faculty and staff in the school of nursing are proud to join other nursing schools across the country in this important initiative. More information about the School of Nursing Commitment can be found at https://us.nursesclimatechallenge.org/school-of-nursing-commitment. (More)

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Design thinking for student success

The third annual Student Success Conference at ODU invites faculty and staff to participate in a quality discussion and learn about design thinking techniques for student success. The conference will take place on June 7 from 9am to 2pm at Chartway Arena. (More)

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Presidential Inauguration

ODU commemorated the inauguration of President Brian O. Hemphill, Ph.D., during Homecoming Weekend 2022. Relive the historic weekend.

Fall Open House

It's time to fall in love with ODU! Join us for our last Open House event of the semester on Saturday, November 19.

Commencement 2022

Visit the Commencement Office for information on event times, caps & gowns, tickets and more!