Meet the Presidential Candidates

One More Presidential Candidate to Visit NOVA

Faculty and staff still have time to participate in the selection process for NOVA’s next president. During two days of interviews and discussions, the finalists meet with the College Board, Administrative Council, College Senate and Campus Council representatives, deans and associate vice presidents, community leaders, and faculty and staff. In addition, the candidates give a […]

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Loudoun Convenes Early Childhood Educators Group

Loudoun Convenes Early Childhood Educators Group

During Spring Break, the Loudoun Early Childhood Development (CHD) faculty hosted a gathering of Loudoun area preschool directors and administrators. The group came together to share practices and common concerns with a focus on staff development. Twenty-two people representing 16 preschools and centers attended the meeting. This meeting is the first of several planned gatherings […]

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NOVA SAS and Police Donation Drive for Local Shelters

NOVA SAS and Police Donation Drive for Local Shelters

NOVA Sexual Assault Services (SAS) and NOVA Police conducted a donation drive from January 26 through March 6 in support of two domestic violence shelters in Northern Virginia. Over 500 cleaning, household items and other products were collected and distributed. SAS and NOVA Police thank everyone who donated and helped make a difference in the lives […]

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More Accolades for O’Sullivan

More Accolades for O’Sullivan

Communication Studies and Theatre Professor Kathryn O’Sullivan (MA) will be traveling to Los Angeles, California, in April for the 6th Annual Indie Series Awards ceremony. “Thurston,” the web series O’Sullivan co-produces and writes with her husband, Paul Awad, has received 11 Indie Series Awards nominations, the most of any show. The nominations are for best drama, writing, directing, […]

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NOVA Screenwriting Duo’s Movie Airs

NOVA Screenwriting Duo’s Movie Airs

NOVA faculty members Lisa Nanni-Messegee (LO) and Todd Messegee (AN) are the screenwriters on a romantic comedy scheduled to air on the PixL channel. ”Romantically Speaking” will be shown multiple times on PixL. Produced by Larry Levinson Productions and directed by Ron Oliver, the film stars Heather Morris, known for her role as Brittany, the […]

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NOVA Attends Military Culinary Arts Competition

NOVA Attends Military Culinary Arts Competition

NOVA culinary students Ray Randall and Lester Flores and instructors Benita Wong and Mike Herbert attended the 40th annual U.S. Military Culinary Arts Competition March 10 in Fort Lee, Virginia. The largest culinary competition on the East Coast features artistic culinary displays, cooking demonstrations, market basket competitions, ice carving exhibitions, “cook-off” challenges between competing military bases, […]

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Loudoun Partners with Prestigious Janelia Research Campus

Loudoun Partners With Prestigious Janelia Research Campus

Three Loudoun students, Krista Knieriem, Adam John and Yogita Jasani, have been selected as interns at the prestigious Janelia Research Campus in a pilot internship collaboration with NOVA’s Loudoun Campus. The Janelia Research Campus is a cutting-edge research facility of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI), playing a powerful role in advancing biomedical research and science […]

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Photographer Clarissa Sligh to Speak at Woodbridge

Photographer Clarissa Sligh to Speak at Woodbridge

North Carolinian photographer Clarissa Sligh will give a presentation on her artwork at the Woodbridge Campus Wednesday, March 25 at 7:00 p.m. in the Lakeside Theater. Sligh is well known for her personal, political and historical work in a variety of media including text-based installations, photographs and artists’ books. Her artworks explore perception, ambivalence, duality and […]

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Science Seminar: Nuclear Matters by Dr. Shivaji Seth

All students, staff and faculty are cordially invited to a Science Seminar Wednesday, March 25 from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. in the CE Forum on the Annandale Campus. Dr. Shivaji Seth will present “Nuclear Matters: Can Nuclear Energy Be the Front Line of Defense Against Climate Change?” Light refreshments and an opportunity to meet […]

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Upcoming PUP on Parade Sessions

PUP on Parade Continues

The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning identified several excellent presentations from the Power Up Your Pedagogy (PUP) Conference in January and are offering them again this spring. This inaugural PUP on Parade is made possible by the graciousness of those who presented at the PUP Conference. To register or view the available presentations, […]

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3rd Annual NOVA Mathematics Competition at Annandale

The Annandale Campus will host the third annual NOVA Mathematics Competition Friday, April 3 from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. in Room CA 302. All NOVA students are welcome. Registration is free and students can win several prizes. The event is sponsored by Student Life, Pearson Publisher and Cengage Learning. For rules and details, STEM […]

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Zofie Lang‘s “COMPARTMENTALIZED” at the Fisher Art Gallery

Zofie Lang‘s “COMPARTMENTALIZED” at the Fisher Art Gallery

The Schlesinger Center Margaret W. and Joseph L. Fisher Art Gallery welcomes “COMPARTMENTALIZED,” assemblages by Zofie Lang. The exhibit will be available for viewing from Friday, April 3 to Sunday, May 17, with an opening reception Saturday, April 18 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Certain narratives, such as those in fairy tales, have existed for millennia […]

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Jazz 4 Justice

2nd Annual Jazz4Justice Concert

The Alexandria Music Department is proud to present the second annual Jazz4Justice Concert Tuesday, April 7 at 7:30 p.m. in the Rachel M. Schlesinger Concert Hall and Arts Center. Jazz4Justice is a partnership between the Alexandria Bar Association and the Music Department to raise money for Legal Services of Northern Virginia, the Bar Foundation and […]

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NOVA Service Awards Luncheon

The NOVA Service Awards Luncheon on Friday, April 10 will honor the Board approved list of Professor Emeriti (see Flyers section for list). This year award recipients can enter a raffle to win a gift certificate for a weekend night stay for two with complimentary breakfast at Westfields Marriott. Award recipients will receive a raffle […]

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Manassas to Host STEMFest

STEMFest will be held at the Manassas Campus April 25 from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. The event will feature some of the most innovative technologies in STEM along with fun interactive activities and campus tours. Activities include treasure hunts, robotics demonstrations, 3D printing designing, lab tours, hands-on experiments, free food and more for the […]

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2nd Annual Student Film Festival

The second annual NOVA Student Film Festival is scheduled for May 1 on the Alexandria Campus and calls for entry are now open. All NOVA students are welcome to submit films (15 minutes maximum) and/or short scripts (five minutes long) for presentation at the festival. This year the festival includes a section for area high school students. […]

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Math Competition

Flyers: March 23, 2015

Click read more to view all of the flyers from the upcoming edition.

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