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CST-227: Business and Professional Communication

CST-227:  Business and Professional Communication

Time is running out to sign up for 2nd 8-week courses! 

Do you need a 2nd 8-week course? 3-Credits?  CST Credit?

Do you want to learn practical skills for any career?

Do you need to fulfill CST requirements?

Check out CST227: Business and Professional Communication!   We’ll study resume writing, interview skills, business proposals, and more!  This 3-credit hybrid course meets on Tuesdays.  It’s perfect for anyone who wants to be more competitive in their field!

Hurry!  The class begins March 17th!


Tuesdays:         12:30 p.m. – 3:20 p.m. (during the 2nd 8-weeks)


For more information contact  Professor Meredith Aquila MAQUILA@NVCC.EDU


CST-227: Business and Profession Communication

CST-227:  Business and Profession Communication0205581854

Do you need a 2nd 8-week course?

Would you like to learn more about professional skills that you can USE, such as resume-writing, conflict management, interviewing, and job-hunting?

Do you need to fulfill CST requirements? 

If you answered “yes” to any of the above, then check out CST-227: Business and Professional Communication!
This 3-credit hybrid course meets on Tuesdays.  It’s a great way to learn practical skills in a hands-on setting.  Hurry!  The class begins March 17th!

Tuesdays:         12:30 p.m. – 3:20 p.m. (during the 2nd 8-weeks)

For more information contact  Professor Meredith Aquila | MAQUILA@NVCC.EDU<mailto:MAQUILA@NVCC.EDU>


THE TOWN HALL PANEL DISCUSSIONS: 17th and 24th of February 2014

Pan African NOVA Town Hall | Meeting &Panel Discussion


Students will discuss African, African Diaspora, & African American & Race Issues at NVCC

Date:                     Monday, 17 February 2014

Time:                     07:30 p.m. – 09:30 p.m.

Location:              Bisdorf Building | AA-196(room)

The US Domestic Slave Trade 1790’s to1865 | Lecture & Panel Discussion

The panel discussion will revolve around the Solomon Northrup film “12-Years A Slave” as well as the significance of Alexandria City as a major human trafficking port then.  We’ll discuss the significance of American Black Slavery historically as well as its modern impact on Race, Wealth, Politics & Society today.

Date:                     Monday, 24 February 2014

Time:                     07:30 p.m. – 09:30 p.m.

Location:              Bisdorf Building | AA-196 (room)


The discussions will consist of a short introductory presentation by me, Dr. Joseph E Windham,

Professor of African Civilizations, The  African Diaspora, & African American History,

with civil discussion on such salient questions with student panels, audience microphones, and surveys for all attending.

These events are sponsored by the Diversity & Black History Committees, SGA & The AASU.

Please come and bring or send your students offering them academic incentives!

Although these events focus on the Lives and Histories of African American students,

for Black History Month all Novarians are invited to attend and participate.


For more information please contact Dr. Joseph Windham | jewindham@nvcc.edu


Come and join our Chinese New Year Celebrations at NOVA, Alexandria Campus on Thursday, February 06, 2014

Event Description


The Chinese Cultural Club at NOVA Celebrates Chinese New Year – The Year of the Horse

Join us from 3:00 to 4:00 PM in Room 196 (Bisdorf  Building) for a talk on Mo Yan, winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature, by NOVA’s Fulbright Professor Dr. Min Ji

After that, head over to the cafeteria from 4:00 to 7:00 PM for:

• Chinese Food

• Martial Arts and Tai Chi Demo

• Fashion Show Featuring 22 Gorgeous Costumes

• Hawaiian Dance

• Hawaiian Dance Lessons

• Chinese Crafts

• Chinese Fan Dance

• Calligraphy Demo and Mini-Lessons

Location Information:

Alexandria – Bisdorf

Room: 196 Cafeteria


The Film Collaborative, a group created in the Fall 2013, made up of film students from NOVA Alexandria Campus (for more information on the group and its film activities please visit: http://blogs.nvcc.edu/lgebre/the-film-collaborative/).  We are in pre-production for 4 short films.



Date:                     Friday, 07 February 2014

Time:                     3:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.

Room:                   Tyler Building  | AT-121

Info:                      Attached is the flyer for the casting call

Actors are needed for lead roles as well as extras as students in classrooms.  Professional and non-professional student actors welcomed.  Please help spread the word to NOVA students.

CastingCall (3)


Dear NOVA Community members,

Would you like to go to China with us to attend Chinese language classes, travel and visit cultural sights in Beijing, Wuyishan, Xiamen, Nanjing and Shanghai when you elect to join us for both of the programs described below: Program #1 Language Studies in China and #2 Cultural Exploration. Or, choose only Program #2 Cultural Exploration and travel with us to culturally enriching cities and places. Whichever program you choose, you will be immersed in Chinese culture and experience first-hand its beauty and history.

Both programs are open to all students and members of the community.  Some scholarships will be available for qualified students. (All dates, itinerary, and price may be adjusted.)



Contact: Dr. Dali Tan, Assistant professor of Chinese, China Coordinator, dtan@nvcc.edu <mailto:dtan@nvcc.edu> or 703-933-5078.


Information Meeting: Wednesday, Jan. 29, 2014 at Alexandria Campus, Bisdorf Building 0342, 8:00pm.


If you can’t come to the information meeting, please contact Dr. Tan if you are interested and she can set up individual meetings with you to talk about the trip and to answer your questions.