Re-Thinking Reading

PRESENTER: Writing Assistance Center & Academic Center for Excellence

Reading is a central part of a college education; strong reading skills help you in school and beyond. 01Attend this workshop to improve your readingcomprehension, prepare for classes and exams more effectively, and learn about the relationship between reading and writing.

DATE: Monday, February 2, 2015
TIME: 11:00AM-1:00PM


The show is title “Go Font Yourself” and is a collection of typographically focused work from professionals, faculty and students.

Exhibit Dates:                  January 21 – February 6
Reception Date:               Wednesday, 21 January 2015
Reception Time:               7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Location:                        Tyler Teaching Gallery | AT-270

For more information please contact Greg Eckler |


Dr. David Wineland “Quantum Computers and Schrodinger’s Cat” | Nobel Laureate in Physics 2012

The NOVA Annandale Astronomy Club is honored to announce that we will host a lecture about Quantum Computers & Schrödinger’s Cat ​by the Nobel Laureate in Physics 2012, Dr. David Wineland.

​The lecture will be on January 29th, 5pm at the CE Forum​, there will be refreshments available.

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The description:
The Astronomy Club from NVCC Annandale presents a lecture by Dr. David Wineland, winner of the 2012 Nobel Prize in Physics, together with the French physicist Serge Haroche. They received the award “for ground-breaking experimental methods that enable measuring and manipulation of individual quantum systems.” Based on his research, Dr. Wineland has been able to build extremely precise clocks. His research also allows us to build much faster computers.

There will be refreshments available after the lecture.

For more information please contact | Jessica Gardner – Student Life Advisor | NOVA Annandale Campus | 703-764-0122

6th Annual NOVA SERVES: MLK Day of Service

SAVE THE DATE!  Join the movement in giving back!

Join us for the 6th Annual NOVA SERVES: MLK Day of Service.1245

DATE:                        Monday, 19 January 2015
TIME:                        10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
LOCATION:                Alexandria Campus

This year’s event will consist of assembling 20,000 food kits in partnership with the Stop Hunger Now organization. We will also be accepting canned goods and gently used winter coats to help local community members in need.

Bring canned goods AND/OR a gently used winter coat and receive an official NOVA SERVES MLK t-shirt!

For more information and to register go to: