The Greenhouse Murder at Annandale CSI STEM Camp

The Greenhouse Murder at Annandale CSI STEM Camp

Several area high school students took part in solving a mock crime on the Annandale Campus June 27 to 30. The camp was led by a multidisciplinary team of NOVA professors consisting of biologists (Mary Vander Maten, Karen Bushaw-Newton and Muffarah Marr), chemists (Reva Savkar, Mihaela Chamberlin, Ritu Kansal and Pirabalini Swaminathan), forensic scientists (JoAnn Short […]

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Virginia Network Announces Institutional Representative for NOVA

Virginia Network Announces Institutional Representative for NOVA

Please take some time to welcome the new institutional representative for the Virginia Network for Women in Higher Education at NOVA, Sarah Bogdewiecz. In her full-time role, Bogdewiecz currently serves as the academic support services coordinator on the Annandale Campus. Bogdewiecz joined the Virginia Network in 2014 and completed the Senior Leadership Seminar in 2015. […]

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STEM Academy Students Solve Forensic Mystery

STEM Academy Students Solve Forensic Mystery

During the week of June 27, Prince William County high school juniors and seniors attended a weeklong STEM Academy at the Woodbridge Campus. Twenty-five students unraveled a forensics mystery by conducting various STEM experiments and participating in sessions led by NOVA faculty that focused on the biology, chemistry, physics and mathematics involved in forensic science. […]

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NOVA Great Expectations to Host Fostering Futures Forum

NOVA Great Expectations to Host Fostering Futures Forum

In partnership with Fairfax Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA), NOVA’s Great Expectations will host a Fostering Futures Forum Wednesday, July 20 from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Annandale Campus. Organizers for this event include Great Expectations Associate Director Shannon Ingram and Fairfax CASA Executive Director Darcy Cunningham. Governor Terry McAuliffe is expected to sign the […]

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Women Artists’ Collaborative Exhibit at Schlesinger Center

Women Artists’ Collaborative Exhibit at Schlesinger Center

The Rachel M. Schlesinger Concert Hall and Arts Center at NOVA’s Alexandria Campus is pleased to showcase “A Game of Consequences,” a collection of acrylic paintings created by color8art – a group made up of six local women artists. Consequences will be on display in the Forum and Passageway galleries through July 24 with a […]

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Auto-Escalation Provides Hybrid Retirement Plan Offers Savings

To encourage employees to maximize their retirement savings, the Hybrid Retirement Plan was designed with an auto-escalation feature. Every three years, employees’ voluntary contributions to their Hybrid 457 Deferred Compensation Plan accounts will automatically increase by 0.5 percent until reaching the maximum of 4 percent. The first automatic escalation takes place January 1, 2017. Employees […]

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Flyers: July 18, 2016

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