A DECADE OFACHIEVEMENTSOld Dominion University congratulates PresidentJohn R. Broderick, a recipient of the NationalAssociation of Student Personnel Administrators(NASPA) President's Award honoring his outstandingwork in advancing the quality of student life on campusby supporting student success and maximizing thestudent experience.Old Dominion University PresidentJohn Broderick Honored withNational Award from NASPABroderick, who was appointed the eighth presidentof ODU in 2008, has established initiatives to set oldDominion apart from other universities, During histenure, Old Daminion has graduated more than 50,000students; awarded Virginia's second-largest percentageof degrees in STEM-H (science, technology, engineering,math and health care: received more than $861.6million in new public and private resources; and beenrecognized in the top 15% nationally for retaining andgraduating African American studentsBroderick is also a national leader on the subject ofhigher education affordability and social mobilitya giant in spurring the region's innovation andentrepreneurship ecosystem, and a prominent voicein combating sea level rise and promoting recurrentflooding resilience.A strong advocate for divesity and inclusion, Brodericklaunched the President's Task Force for InclusiveExcellence, and the Diversity Champion Award wasrenamed in his honor, In addition, the Broderick DiningCommons was named for the President and First LadyKate Broderick at the request of student leaders torecognize their commitment to inclusion initiatives andstudent success.President Broderick, along with Janet NapolitanDpresident of the Uaiversity of California, will bepresented with the President's Award on March 12 atNASPA's annual conference, in Los Angeles.Old Dominion University, located in Norfolk, is Virginia'sentrepreneurial-minded doctoral research university withmore than 24,000 students, rigorous scademics, an energeticresidential community and initiatives that contribute $2.6 bilionannually to Virginia's economy,0OLD DOMINIONUNIVERSITY

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A DECADE OF ACHIEVEMENTS Old Dominion University congratulates President John R. Broderick, a recipient of the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA) President's Award honoring his outstanding work in advancing the quality of student life on campus by supporting student success and maximizing the student experience. Old Dominion University President John Broderick Honored with National Award from NASPA Broderick, who was appointed the eighth president of ODU in 2008, has established initiatives to set old Dominion apart from other universities, During his tenure, Old Daminion has graduated more than 50,000 students; awarded Virginia's second-largest percentage of degrees in STEM-H (science, technology, engineering, math and health care: received more than $861.6 million in new public and private resources; and been recognized in the top 15% nationally for retaining and graduating African American students Broderick is also a national leader on the subject of higher education affordability and social mobility a giant in spurring the region's innovation and entrepreneurship ecosystem, and a prominent voice in combating sea level rise and promoting recurrent flooding resilience. A strong advocate for divesity and inclusion, Broderick launched the President's Task Force for Inclusive Excellence, and the Diversity Champion Award was renamed in his honor, In addition, the Broderick Dining Commons was named for the President and First Lady Kate Broderick at the request of student leaders to recognize their commitment to inclusion initiatives and student success. President Broderick, along with Janet NapolitanD president of the Uaiversity of California, will be presented with the President's Award on March 12 at NASPA's annual conference, in Los Angeles. Old Dominion University, located in Norfolk, is Virginia's entrepreneurial-minded doctoral research university with more than 24,000 students, rigorous scademics, an energetic residential community and initiatives that contribute $2.6 bilion annually to Virginia's economy, 0 OLD DOMINION UNIVERSITY

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