Time to Gear Up for Open Enrollment

Open Enrollment for health benefits and flexible reimbursement accounts will be April 16 to May 14. The Spotlight newsletter will have more details and is scheduled for distribution by the Department of Human Resource Management (DHRM) in early to mid- April. As we continue to implement health reform, the maximum annual contribution for Medical Flexible Reimbursement Accounts (FRAs) will be reduced from $5,000 to $2,500 … Continue reading Time to Gear Up for Open Enrollment

Alexandria Campus International Studies Committee Presents Spring 2012 International Film Series

All screenings will take place at Alexandria Campus in room AA-196 (Bisdorf Building). The events are FREE and open to all. The performance rights were graciously funded by a grant from the NVCC Educational Foundation. Wednesday, March 14 at 12:30 p.m.: Children of Heaven Thursday, March 15 at 12:30 p.m.: El Mariachi Wednesday, March 28 at 2:00 p.m.: Rabbit-Proof Fence Monday, April 23 at 4:30 … Continue reading Alexandria Campus International Studies Committee Presents Spring 2012 International Film Series

Instruction Support and Development Welcomes Holly Owens

On January 10, Holly Owens joined the Alexandria Campus Instruction Support and Development (IS&D) team as an Instructional Technology Specialist. Owens will be training professors on how to use the latest instructional technologies in the classroom to increase student access, engagement and success. Her specialties include student response systems, SmartBoards and iPads. Owens will lead various workshop trainings as well as provide one-on-one assistance to … Continue reading Instruction Support and Development Welcomes Holly Owens

Dr. Bates

Dr. Bates Joins the Loudoun Campus

In February, Dr. Vincent Michael Bates joined the Loudoun Campus as the new Dean of Communication and Human Studies Division. His focus will be on providing oversight, planning and accreditation of academic programs within the division. In addition, his insights on student success, academic programming and educational quality will support and further the Loudoun Campus mission. For more than 28 years, Bates has created educational … Continue reading Dr. Bates Joins the Loudoun Campus

Bausch Finishes New Novel

English faculty member Bob Bausch (WO) recently completed his ninth novel, “As Far As the Eye Can See.” Bausch’s works include one collection of short stories and several novels including “On the Way Home,” “The Lives of Riley Chance,” “Almighty Me!,” “The White Rooster and Other Stories,” “A Hole in the Earth,” “The Gypsy Man,” “Out of Season,” “In the Fall They Come Back” and … Continue reading Bausch Finishes New Novel

Annandale Fitness Center Employees Host Campus Health Screening Day

On January 26, the Annandale Campus Fitness Center sponsored a health screening event for more than 40 faculty and staff members. Medical professionals from Maxim Health Services administered the screenings and Annandale Fitness Center employees provided fitness assessments. Participants received assessments on blood pressure, body mass index (BMI), cholesterol and risk factors for diabetes. Linda Bapisteller (AN) and Rolando Lopez (AN) of the Fitness Center … Continue reading Annandale Fitness Center Employees Host Campus Health Screening Day