Archive | February 4, 2013
Loudoun Euro Cafe

New Café Fosters Community at Loudoun

Students were greeted on their first day of spring classes with a new café on the first floor of the Learning Commons building. Loudoun Campus students now have a place to dine, chat with friends and study. “I wanted a place where students could meet and discuss ideas over a hot meal,” said Provost Julie […]

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Woodbridge students visit Library of Virginia

Woodbridge Students Visit the General Assembly

On January 17, a group of students from the Woodbridge Campus took a trip to Richmond to visit the General Assembly. The students met with many of the senators and delegates that represent Prince William County including Delegates David Albo, Richard Anderson, Scott Lingamfelter, Robert Marshall and Luke Torian; and Senators Toddy Puller and Charles […]

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“Reconciling Art and Motherhood” book cover

Book Focuses on Rebhan’s Photography

Woodbridge Photography Professor Gail Rebhan has a chapter devoted to her artwork in the new book “Reconciling Art and Motherhood” edited by Rachel Epp Buller and published by Ashgate. The book’s press release states: “Reconciling Art and Motherhood contributes a chorus of new voices to the burgeoning body of scholarship on art and the maternal […]

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Adjuncts in deep concentration

Adjunct Professional Development Day – Going Green

On January 12, 39 adjunct faculty took part in an Adjunct Professional Development Day: Going Green in 2013 with Learning and Technology Resources. The day was sponsored by the Learning and Technology Resources Division. Guest speaker Jim Egenrieder, NOVA’s new STEM education coordinator, introduced the adjuncts to Google Tools for the classroom. He highlighted the […]

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Title Boxing Club

NOVA’s Medical Education Campus Celebrates Get Fit Week

After two months of eating more and exercising less than we should, Medical Education Campus students returned to campus to celebrate “Get Fit Week.” The week, which featured special fitness classes like yoga and Zumba and a heart-healthy luncheon on January 16, also included a demonstration from the Title Boxing Club of Springfield, a creative […]

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Students from Beijing, China

Manassas Campus Hosts Students From China

The Manassas Campus hosted a group of high school students from Beijing, China, on January 28. The students were in the United States to visit universities and colleges across the country. While they were at NOVA, they learned about applying for admission, visited some classes and were led on campus tours by Student Ambassadors Leqi […]

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Adjunct Recruitment Fair at Manassas

If you or someone you know is seeking a rewarding teaching position close to home, mark your calendar for the upcoming Adjunct Recruitment Fair to learn how you can become a part-time professor at the Manassas Campus. The fair was held on Saturday, February 2 from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and will be repeated […]

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CETL Professional Development Events for Spring 2013

There is something happening at the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) this spring that is just for you. You will find many seminars and workshops that will advance your professional development and hone your teaching expertise. The last event noted is something new for NOVA and CETL. We now have a series […]

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Kathryn O'Sullivan

Up & Coming Lyceum Sponsored Events

You are invited to the following events: On February 7 at 12:30 p.m., Professor Kathryn O’Sullivan and director/cinematographer Paul Awad will speak on their award-winning Western drama “Thurston” and on the opportunity that new media is giving filmmakers and those who customarily do not have access to traditional network television. This is a Lyceum program, free, and open to the public. […]

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Science Seminar: Waterborne Infectious Diseases

All students, staff and faculty are cordially invited to a Science Seminar on Friday, February 15, 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m., in the CE Theater. Dr. Gillian S. Backus will present “Sickening: Waterborne Infectious Diseases in a Dynamic World.” Light refreshments and a “meet and greet” with the speaker in the lower gallery will be held from 11:30 a.m. to 11:55 a.m. The […]

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Fisher Art Gallery 2013 Exhibition Schedule

The Rachel M. Schlesinger Concert Hall & Arts Center on the Alexandria Campus has selected seven (7) exceptional artists to be featured for the 2013 exhibitions at the Margaret W. and Joseph L. Fisher Art Gallery. They include: Matthew D. Kiehl, Lukman Ahmad, Nelson Gutierrez, Denise Philipbar, Mei Mei Chang, Anne Bouie and Robert Gilbert. The artists are […]

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Awards Committee Accepting Nominations

The Awards Committee is now considering nominations for the Chancellor’s Award for Teaching Excellence and the Outstanding Service to the College Awards. The Chancellor’s Award for Teaching Excellence is given each year to only one faculty member in the Virginia Community College system (VCCS) and provides the recipient with a $5,000 check. Nominees must have […]

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Feb. 4 - Flyer 5

Flyers: February 4, 2013

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