Faculty Focus Workshops & Technology Training

There are a range of Faculty Focus Workshops available. To see the full list or register, visit: http://tac.nvcc.edu/tactraining/cetl/. Also, the Technology Applications Center (TAC) will offer New Faculty Orientation Technology trainings. To register or learn more, see http://tac.nvcc.edu/tactraining/su11. For more information, contact TAC Director Pamela Wimbush at pwimbush@nvcc.edu or 703-323-3765. Continue reading Faculty Focus Workshops & Technology Training

NOVA Jazz Combos Swing the Carlyle Club

On July 28, the NOVA Jazz Combos will perform an eclectic show at the Carlyle Club in Alexandria, Virginia (411 John Carlyle Street). Dinner begins at 6:30 p.m., and the concert begins at 8:00 p.m. The combos, led by faculty member John Kocur, will play a selection of songs by Duke Ellington, Charlie Parker and Antonio Carlos Jobim, in addition to some original music. This … Continue reading NOVA Jazz Combos Swing the Carlyle Club

Alice in Wonderland

Mary Louise Jackson Amphitheater Presents “Alice in Wonderland”

On June 25, the Mary Louise Jackson Amphitheater presented “Alice in Wonderland,” staged by the Homeschool Theatre Troupe. The free performance was a part of the “Summer Evenings Under the Stars” series, funded by the Northern Virginia Community College Educational Foundation, and sponsored by Country Chevrolet and NOVEC. The story combined “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” and “Through the Looking Glass” into one fantastical whirlwind through … Continue reading Mary Louise Jackson Amphitheater Presents “Alice in Wonderland”

Sam Hill, Bill Chamberlain and Les Krogh

Woodbridge Campus Celebrates Krogh’s Service

On June 27, faculty and staff gathered together to honor Les Krogh’s time and service at the Woodbridge Campus. After 16 years in the Buildings and Grounds Department, Krogh is retiring to spend more time with his wife and family. He has influenced many people during his time at Woodbridge. Tony Harbert, program support technician and a colleague, said that Krogh taught him to “always … Continue reading Woodbridge Campus Celebrates Krogh’s Service

Workforce Development and Provost Staff Members

Workforce Development Celebrates Successful Transition

Vice President William Gary visited every campus recently to personally thank all the Workforce Development staff members for their hard work and cooperation in support of the reorganization and transition to NOVA’s Workforce Development division. Everyone toasted the successful launch with sparkling cider and enjoyed specially decorated NOVA cupcakes. Congratulations on a job well done. Continue reading Workforce Development Celebrates Successful Transition

Student Services Building

New Student Services Building Opens on the Annandale Campus

The new 90,000 square foot Student Services building is primarily designed to improve student access to the College and the Annandale Campus. The main entrance, located on the ground level adjacent to the student parking lot, is very inviting and contains displays emphasizing the energy saving, environmentally friendly characteristics of the building. The structure houses Admissions and Registration, Counseling, a significantly expanded Testing Center (placement), … Continue reading New Student Services Building Opens on the Annandale Campus

Robert G. Templin Jr.

2011 Fall Convocation Is Coming

Mark your calendars! The 2011 Fall Convocation is fast approaching. All faculty and staff are invited to attend the 2011 Fall Convocation on Thursday, August 18 at the Ernst Cultural Center on the Annandale Campus. Events will kick off at 8:30 a.m. with a continental breakfast, followed by presentations in the Ernst Center Theatre starting at 9:00 a.m. President Robert G. Templin, Jr. will give … Continue reading 2011 Fall Convocation Is Coming

Carvalho to Present at Annual American Psychological Association Convention

Loudoun Campus psychology adjunct Julie Carvalho is preparing a discussion on peace psychology for the annual convention of the American Psychological Association. She recently presented a workshop on psychologists’ views of personality and spirituality at the Self-Empowerment Education Center in Annandale, Virginia. Carvalho is also one of 16 semifinalists in the Beautiful Minds Contest sponsored by the National Center on Creative Aging. Supporters may place … Continue reading Carvalho to Present at Annual American Psychological Association Convention

Two-Day Basic Film Production Workshop

Professor Amy Gilley will offer a two-day workshop to teach NOVA faculty basic film production techniques for future use in classroom projects. The workshop will run Monday and Tuesday, August 1 and 2, 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., each day at the Annandale Campus. The use of film in the classroom has become an increasingly popular both as a means for subject matter and a … Continue reading Two-Day Basic Film Production Workshop