Did you know that both CST 227 Business and Professional Communication and CST 229 Intercultural Communication transfer to George Mason University and satisfy upper-level courses?
CST 227 is the equivalent to COMM L320 Business and Professional Communication
CST 229 is the equivalent to COMM L305 Foundations of Intercultural Communication, a requirement for all communication majors.
To find a description of the various CST courses, go to http://www.nvcc.edu/campuses-and-centers/annandale/academic-divisions/liberal-arts/cst.html
Six CST courses meet the general education requirement and transfer well to other institutions. Check your curriculum major as well.
CST 100 Principles of Public Speaking – learn to plan, prepare, and present talks
CST 110 Introduction to Communication – a survey course of the field including intrapersonal, interpersonal, group, and public communication
CST 115 Small Group Communication – good for learning more about leadership and teamwork
CST 126 Interpersonal Communication focuses upon how to start, maintain, built and end relationships well
CST 227 Business and Professional Communication – learn to write memos, conduct interviews, work in staff meetings, and get along with colleagues
CST 229 Intercultural Communication – learn to understand and appreciate diverse communication and people.
Which are the most popular books of all time?
Here is an infographic that offers an answer to this question, http://visual.ly/most-popular-books-all-time
Did you guess The Holy Quran and the King James Bible?
How about Mao Zedong’s Quotations from Chairman Mao?
Charles Dicken’s Talk of Two Cities?
Miguel de Cervandes’ Don Quixote?
Congratulations to Dr. Nathan Carter, director of our forensics program, and his team of NOVA students. They competed in several competitions including:
- George Mason University’s Virginia is for Lovers Swing (Oct 5-6);
- Cedar Crest College Speech and Debate Showdown in Allentown, PA (Oct 21)
Their next competition is November 9-10 at Seton Hall University.
Voter registration is available on the Annandale Campus on Tuesday, October 1, from 11-1 in the Plaza. October 15 is the deadline for registering if you plan to vote in the November election.
For more information, go to http://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/elections/vregis.htm
Saturday, October 5, 2013, 9-5, is fourth annual teacher open house. Free resources and workshops are available.
For more information, http://www.newseum.org/education/teacher-resources/teacher-open-house/
NOVA’s Sigma Chi Eta, our communication honor society, will hold its induction ceremony on Wednesday, November 6, 2013, at 3:30 p.m. in the Colgan Theatre at the Manassas Campus.
Light refreshments will be served as well. All Sigma Chi Eta members and guests are welcome.
For more information, contact Professor Elizabeth Vick (Manassas Campus) or Professor Tami Olds (Loudoun Campus)
I HATE HAMLET by Paul Rudnick
Auditions: Sep 10, 11 (come either day) from 7p – 10p Waddell Theatre
Callbacks: Sep 12 from 7p – 10p Waddell Theatre
Performances: Nov 8, 9, 10. Nov 8 @ 8pm, 9 @ 2pm and 8pm, 10 @ 2pm.
Preview performance (donations to TBA charity) on Thu Nov 7 @ 8pm.
Fifty years ago Washington D.C. was the host of the historical March on Washington and MLK’s I Have a Dream Speech, delivered on August 28th on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial to a crowd of some 200,000. DC will be commemorating this important event with rallies and exhibits. Check these out!
George Mason University will be hosting the annual Virginia Association of Communication Arts and Sciences (VACAS) on November 1-2, 2013.
The Virginia Association of Communication Arts and Sciences (VACAS) http://vacasvirginia.com is the primary Virginia state organization for scholars and professionals in the communication discipline.