Bulova and York Participate in NOVA Photo Shoot

The Loudoun Campus hosted a photo shoot with Chairman Sharon Bulova of Fairfax County and Chairman Scott York of Loudoun County. The photos will be used in a display in the lobby at the Signal Hill office building. The backlit display has four panels and the chairmen will be showcased in one display panel. The proposed headline is, “We agree a great future begins with … Continue reading Bulova and York Participate in NOVA Photo Shoot

HIS Center of Excellence Prepares to Launch New Program

NOVA is a part of the Health Information Technology (HIT) Community College Consortium Project, responsible for delivering workforce development training to Allied Healthcare professionals. The Health Information Systems (HIS) Center of Excellence, located on NOVA’s Medical Education Campus (MEC), led participation in the Consortium Project by offering training through the HIT Workforce Roles Program. The HIT Workforce Roles Program began in September 2010. The HIS … Continue reading HIS Center of Excellence Prepares to Launch New Program

Jim McClellan: A Living Legend

Dean of Liberal Arts Jim McClellan (AL) has been proclaimed a Living Legend in the City of Alexandria for his work in human rights, education and other work in the community. He will be honored at a reception at the PTO Building on March 22. Senator Mark Warner will be in attendance along with city officials. His portrait will hang in City Hall. He will … Continue reading Jim McClellan: A Living Legend

Manassas NOVA Day Informative and Fun

The Manassas Campus held NOVA Day on January 25, giving students a chance to enjoy a delicious lunch while learning about all the student life opportunities available at NOVA and the Campus. Sponsored by the Student Activities Office, NOVA Day provides information about clubs, organizations, sports, scholarships and more. Special thanks to all the faculty and staff who helped make the event successful. Continue reading Manassas NOVA Day Informative and Fun

Kathryn O’Sullivan’s Western Web Series Nominated for Three Awards

The online Western drama series written and co-produced by Professor Kathryn O’Sullivan (CST, MA) has been nominated for three Indie Soap Awards. “Thurston” is in the running for Best Web Series (Drama). In addition, Catherine Frels is contending for Best Actress (Drama) and Paul Awad for Best Director (Drama). A large “Thurston” entourage will attend the red carpet ceremony on February 21 in New York … Continue reading Kathryn O’Sullivan’s Western Web Series Nominated for Three Awards

Woodbridge Business Assistant Participates in Recycled Card Program

For the past four years Ash De Furia (WO), assistant to the business manager, has collected used greeting cards as part of the Recycled Card Program for the St. Jude Ranch for Children. The program started over 30 years ago as a way for children to re-use the previous year’s Christmas cards. The children at the ranch create a new card by taking the front … Continue reading Woodbridge Business Assistant Participates in Recycled Card Program

Third Floor Block Party

Staff and faculty with offices on the third floor of the McDiarmid Building on the Annandale Campus know how to party. Each semester, they take over the corner conference room to mingle and to munch. Faculty and staff include most of the academic divisions as well as the American Culture and Language Institute. The third floor gathers at the start of each semester. The theme … Continue reading Third Floor Block Party

Lyceum Event Features Soprano Bharati Soman

On February 15 at 12:30 in the Ernst Center Forum on the Annandale Campus, the Lyceum will feature soprano Bharati Soman in her performance titled “Love & Affection: From Patriotism to Parent- hood.” Admission is free. Soman has been praised for her “lovely, orna- mented soprano” and “silken renderings of Mozart’s legato arias.” Her opera credits include Mimì (La Bohème), and the title roles in Madame … Continue reading Lyceum Event Features Soprano Bharati Soman

Awards Committee Accepting Nominations for Chancellor’s Award for Teaching Excellence and Outstanding Service to the College Awards

The Awards Committee is now considering nominations for the Chancellor’s Award for Teaching Excellence and the Outstanding Service to the College Awards. The Chancellor’s Award for Teaching Excellence is given each year to only one faculty member in the Virginia Community College System (VCCS) and provides the recipient with a $5,000 check. Nominees must have a minimum of five years of service in the VCCS … Continue reading Awards Committee Accepting Nominations for Chancellor’s Award for Teaching Excellence and Outstanding Service to the College Awards