PASS Alexandria Program Presentation at VCCS Peer Conference

PASS Alexandria Program Presentation at VCCS Peer Conference

The Virginia Community College System (VCCS) Peer Conference for Developmental Education, Student Services, Learning Assistance Professionals and Early Childhood Development occurred November 16 and 17 at the Virginia Crossings Hotel and Conference Center in Glen Allen, Virginia. The Alexandria Counseling Department represented by Dr. Sherri Anna Brown (Associate Dean of Students), Keith Wynn (Academic Success Counselor) and Ty Lane (Academic Success Advisor) presented on the … Continue reading PASS Alexandria Program Presentation at VCCS Peer Conference

NOVA Ceramics Students Donate to Empty Bowls Alexandria

NOVA Ceramics Students Donate to Empty Bowls Alexandria

For the third year in a row, students in the ceramics program at NOVA’s Alexandria Campus partnered with ALIVE! (ALexandrians InVolved Ecumenically) to donate handcrafted, one-of-a-kind bowls for the organization’s Empty Bowls Alexandria charity event. Empty Bowls Alexandria was on November 18 at the Durant Arts Center in Old Town Alexandria. Attendees and donors enjoyed a simple meal prepared by local restaurants and bakeries and … Continue reading NOVA Ceramics Students Donate to Empty Bowls Alexandria

NOVA Supports the Spirit of the Holidays

On November 20, NOVA faculty and staff, on behalf of Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) and Student Life, transported a scrumptious Thanksgiving feast for the Consumer Wellness Center which serves homeless residents including those suffering from mental disabilities. Dr. JoAnn Credle, specialized degree liaison and advisor for PTK; Information Technology Professor Nancy Severe; Administration of Justice Professor George McMillan; and Dr. Rima Gulshan, English professor, went to … Continue reading NOVA Supports the Spirit of the Holidays

DEA Special Agent Joseph Piersante Speaks at Manassas

On November 14, the Sigma Chi Nu, Manassas Chapter of the American Criminal Justice Association, had a presentation from Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Special Agent Joseph Piersante. This was in conjunction with the class Administration of Justice (ADJ) 228. Piersante shared his experience as a Detroit police officer, member of the Special Response Team and graduate of the DEA Training Academy. He described his transfer … Continue reading DEA Special Agent Joseph Piersante Speaks at Manassas