Academic Programs Supported by MARI


Summer 2022:
IDS 369/CL 668 Internship

Spring 2022:
250N Natural Hazards
467/567 Sustainability Leadership

Fall 2021:
250N Natural Hazards
466W/566 Adaptation
658 Modeling

Summer 2021:
IDS 369/CL 668 Internship

Spring 2021:
250N Natural Hazards
467/567 Sustainability Leadership

Fall 2020:
250N Natural Hazards
466W/566 Adaptation
658 Modeling

Summer 2020:
IDS 369/CL 668 Internship

Spring 2020:
467/567 Leadership
IDS 369/PRTS697 Internship

Fall 2019:
658 Modeling
466W/566 Adaptation
250N Natural Hazards and Disasters
369 Internship

Summer 2019:
369 Internship
467/567 Sustainability Ledership

Spring 2019:
466W/566 Adaptation

2018 and earlier
250N Natural Hazards and Disasters
369 Internship
467 Leadership
Teaching Archive

Project and Programs:
ILC Project
CURE Project
Sustainability and Conservation Leadership Program
Sustainability and Conservation Leadership Minor
Grad. Certificate in Conservation Leadership
MARI Case Study Template


Seminar Series - Spring 2014: Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies of Civil/Coastal Engineers for Future Sea Level Rise

The Civil and Environmental Engineering Department at ODU organized a Seminar Series on Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies of Civil and Coastal Engineers for Future Sea Level Rise. The lectures took place on Friday afternoons in the auditorium of the Engineering and Computer Science Bldg (ECSB ) on the ODU campus. Time was available following the lectures to ask questions. The seminar was sponsored by: Civil and Environmental Engineering Department, Civil and Environmental Engineering Visiting Council, Batten College of Engineering and Technology, and the ODU Climate Change and Sea Level Rise Initiative.

The program included:

  • February 14, 2014, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM:
    SLR Engineering Education & Research
    Dr. David R. Basco, Old Dominion University: Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies of Civil/Coastal Engineers for Sea Level Rise (presentation, pdf)
  • March 7, 2014, 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM:
    Corps of Engineers View in Aftermath of Superstorm SANDY
    Dr. Charlie Chesnutt, Chiefs Office, Washington, DC
  • April 4, 2014, 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM:
    Port/Coastal Infrastructure and Climate Change: An Adaptive Management Approach
    John Headland, Moffatt & Nichol, NYC (abstract, Bio)
  • April 25, 2014, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM:
    European Union Perspective on Adapting to and Mitigating Sea Level Rise Impacts
    Professor Marcel Stive, Coastal Engineering,
    Delft Technical University, The Netherlands (bio)

    Professor Stive will discuss the experiences of the Dutch and other European nations in dealing with protecting land areas from ocean inundation and the challenges and options being pursued with future sea level rise.