Archive | January 13, 2014
Fifth Annual NOVA SERVES: MLK Day of Service

Fifth Annual NOVA SERVES: MLK Day of Service

Join us for the Fifth Annual NOVA SERVES: Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service. The service event will take place on Monday, January 20 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the Alexandria Campus. This year’s event will consist of assembling 20,000 food kits in partnership with the Stop Hunger Now organization. T-shirts will be provided […]

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Annandale Welcomes Faculty with Professional Development

Annandale Welcomes Faculty With Professional Development

The Annandale Campus held a series of professional development workshops on January 2, 3 and 7 to better prepare faculty members for the spring semester. Sessions were held in the CT building and open houses were in the CG building at the Center for Academic Assistance and the Faculty and Staff Resource Center. Hector Revello, manager […]

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Manassas Hosts City of Manassas Neighborhood Conference

Manassas Hosts City of Manassas Neighborhood Conference

The Manassas Campus partnered with the City of Manassas to host its seventh annual Neighborhood Conference. The conference aimed to show attendees how to bridge cultures, education and service in their neighborhood. Workshops included free training to educate and empower residents and included activities at the  popular Youth Café. There were more than 30 community exhibitors with […]

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Awards Committee Now Accepting Applications

Financial Aid Transitions to E-Forms

Starting with the 2014-2015 financial aid award year, NOVA Financial Aid will begin its transition to the use of online forms (E-Forms). These forms will be available via the NOVA Financial Aid Dashboard website and will be directly linked to a student’s MyNOVA “To Do List” login. Electronic signatures will be used. The addition of […]

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Ramunda Young

Young Appointed to Prince William Human Rights Commission

Ramunda Young was appointed by Prince William Neabsco District Supervisor, John Jenkins, to the nine member Prince William Human Rights Commission board. The 20-year-old commission works to prohibit discrimination of county residents by race, sex, color or religion. Its official mission is to eliminate discrimination through civil and human rights law enforcement, and to establish equal […]

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Professor Takes Biology Honor Students to Visit Cadaver Lab

Professor Takes Biology Honor Students to Visit Cadaver Lab

On November 22, Manassas Honors students from BIO 141/Human Anatomy and Professor Geeta Jadhav visited the Medical Education Campus cadaver lab. These students are enrolled in the Honors option section of the course and were thrilled to participate in this opportunity. As many of them noted, most students do not have opportunities to handle human organs and learn […]

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Stress Relief Week at the Alexandria Campus

Stress Relief Week at the Alexandria Campus

More often than not, everyone is under a lot of pressure during the last days of the fall semester. Together with GPS for Success, the Library and the Counseling Department and Student Life Coordinator, Viridiana Acosta, developed a plan to help reduce anxiety for students at the Alexandria Campus December 9 through 17. All of the activities during “Stress […]

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Representatives From China Visit the MEC

On December 6, a group of Chinese officials from China’s equivalent of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention visited the Medical Education Campus (MEC) to tour the campus and hear a briefing on U.S. medical education. The group was participating in an exchange visit with George Mason University’s School of Management’s Program on Health […]

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Upcoming NOVA Police Outreach Training

Upcoming NOVA Police Outreach Training

Crimes Against Women/Self-Defense Considerations NOVA Police will conduct College-Wide training sessions on responding to crimes against women and self-defense considerations. If you are interested in this or any other training, please RSVP to NOVA Police’s Community Outreach Officer, Tony Ong, at tong@nvcc.edu. Topics include: • How to avoid sexual assault, domestic violence, and stalking. • What […]

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April TOTAL Workshops Available

TOTAL Workshops Available

NOVA’s Extended Learning Institute (ELI) announces its schedule of Topics in Online Teaching and Learning (TOTAL) workshops for the semester: Workshop Dates January 20 Establishing Social Presence      3 weeks Preparing Student Learning Objectives     2 weeks VCCS Blackboard Basics     2 weeks Implementing Open Educational Resources     3 weeks February 10 Facilitating Discussion Forums […]

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Mileage Rate Decrease for 2014

Effective January 1, 2014, the mileage rate for personally owned vehicles will decrease from 56.5 cents per mile to 56.0 cents per mile. Please be aware of the following regulations: • As of January 1, 2014, the personal mileage rate will be 56.0 cents per mile if your travel is local or your trip averages […]

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Intra Campus Mileage Chart

Flyers: January 13, 2014

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