Here are just a few reasons why it is well worth your time:
Here are just a few reasons why it is well worth your time:
S.A.L.S.A. is hosting its annual SALSAgiving celebration Thursday, November 17th in the cafeteria from 6-10 p.m. There will be a DJ, dancing and food!
Please bring a non-perishable food item. All food collected will be donated to the Women’s Center.
The Divisions of Liberal Arts and Mathematics, Science & Engineering Present:
The Butterfly Effect: Cajal as Catalyst
by Rebecca Kamen
Artist and Former NOVA Professor
Tuesday, November 8
11:00 AM-12:15 PM
A Presentation of Art Inspired by Spanish Neuroscientist and 1906 Nobel Laureate Santiago Ramón y Cajal.
For more information contact Prof. Martha Davis at email@example.com.
SCOLA is an online compendium of international radio and television programming, print materials, photos and videos in more than 175 languages, 65% of which is not available elsewhere on the Internet. NOVA’s faculty, staff and students can enjoy access to SCOLA as part of a college-wide one-year subscription made possible by a NOVA software request.
To log on and browse the resources, go to www.scola.org. The username is “NVCC” and the password, which is case sensitive, is “SCOLA.” You may also add SCOLA’s mobile app to your iPhone, iPad or Android device.
If you have questions or would like an informational flyer to distribute to your students, please contact Prof. Martha Davis at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Hodge Language Center at NOVA Alexandria proudly presents Spanish Language Conversation Groups.
Come to the Hodge Language Center to meet Alejandra González!
A native of Mexico and Professor of Spanish as a Second Language, Prof. González has volunteered to help students learn, review, and practice speaking this semester.
Beginner group 10:00-11:00 AM
Intermediate group 11:30 AM-12:30 PM
Friday, September 30
Friday, October 14
Friday, November 11
Hodge Language Center (AA 160)
Contact Prof. Martha Davis for more information email@example.com
NOVA Alexandria will host a second annual Spanish and Latin American Film Festival, September 20-28, 2016. This has been made possible with the support of Pragda, SPAIN arts & culture and the Secretary of State for Culture of Spain and an NVCC Educational Foundation grant. We look forward to building on the success of last year’s festival, which received overwhelmingly positive feedback from the students, faculty and staff who attended. We hope to see you there!
Included below is general information about each film with links to trailers and more details. All the films are award-winning or nominated and have had limited release in the U.S. Please contact Prof. Martha Davis (firstname.lastname@example.org) with questions. All films will be screened in the Bisdorf Building (5000 Dawes Ave.), include English subtitles and will be followed by a post-screening discussion.
Tuesday, September 20, 11 a.m.-1:30 p.m. in AA160
Venezuela / 2013 / 93 mins
“A nine-year-old boy’s preening obsession with straightening his hair elicits a tidal wave of homophobic panic in his hard-working mother, in this tender but clear-eyed coming-of-age tale.”
Wednesday, September 21, 2-4:30 p.m. in AA196
THE COUNTRY OF FEAR
Spain / 2015 / 102 mins
“A festival favorite, The Country of Fear is a must see for high school and college level students. The film touches upon one of the most talk about behavioral issues happening on campus these days.”
Thursday, September 22, 1-3:30 p.m. in AA196
THE TRAVEL AGENT
Spain, Italy / 2015 / 87 mins
“From her tiny office overlooking the U.S. Interests Section, 58-year old Lourdes counsels thousands of Cubans seeking a U.S. travel visa. She coaches them on answering tricky questions, fine-tuning their stories so they have a better chance of succeeding. They come from every walk of life and from all over Cuba to unveil their own life stories at the “Oficina del amor” (Office of Love), as she’s baptized it.”
Tuesday, September 27, 12:30-3:00 p.m. in AA196
Bolivia / 2011/ 109 mins
“La Paz’s Zona Sur neighborhood is Bolivia’s most exclusive enclave and has housed the country’s affluent elite for generations. In an adobe-tile-roofed castle, a statuesque matriarch reigns over her spoiled offspring and indigenous servants. But social change, however unwelcome, is on its way.”
Wednesday, September 28, 2-4:00 p.m. in AA196
France, Guatemala/ 2015 / 62 min
“Maria, a 17-year-old Mayan girl, lives and works with her parents on a coffee plantation in the foothills of an active volcano in Guatemala. An arranged marriage awaits her: her parents have promised her to Ignacio, the plantation overseer. But Maria doesn’t sit back and accept her destiny.”
¿Hablas español? ¡Apúntate para una clase de conversación!
SPA 211, Intermediate Spanish I, is a 14-week course that will meet on Mondays and Wednesday from 11 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. beginning September 7. Registration is now open to all students who have completed SPA 202 or have equivalent fluency. Please contact Prof. Martha Davis with questions (email@example.com).
SPA 205 – Spanish for Heritage Speakers
(español para Bilingües)
Fall 2016, M/W 5:00-6:30pm
14-week (starts 9/6/16)
3 credits (Class ID 12570)
“Spanish for Heritage Speakers” is a course designed for students who already have some background in the language. The main objectives for the course are to (re-)familiarize yourself with the written form of the language and to expand on your existing knowledge of Spanish-speaking cultures. The course also focuses on reading comprehension, spelling, and key grammatical structures that will help students to strategically construct well-written texts tailored to their needs.
Students will explore the past and present of Spanish-speaking societies in order to further enrich their knowledge of this heritage. Students should have completed through Spanish 202 or have the equivalent ability in Spanish. Concurrent enrollment with SPA 201 and 205 are possible with instructor approval. This course is also an ideal option for students who have completed an AP or IB course in Spanish in high school. Non-heritage speakers with the appropriate level are also welcome!
For more information: contact Professor Arana at firstname.lastname@example.org or call(703)933-3986
The International Studies Committee of NOVA Alexandria presents its annual Spring Seminar on Migrations the week of March 28-31.
Please join us on Thursday, March 31 from 12-2:00 p.m. in AA196 for a screening and discussion of the Mexican film, La misma luna (Under the Same Moon). Questions? Please contact email@example.com.