After 32 years as a reference librarian at the Manassas Campus, Sherrill Wharff has retired. On March 28, faculty, staff and students gathered in the library to celebrate Wharff’s years of service and express appreciation for her significant contributions to NOVA. Wharff’s memories cover a considerable amount of NOVA history. When she arrived in September 1979, the catalog was on microfilm, the Manassas Campus library … Continue reading Sherrill Wharff Retires after Three Decades at NOVA
Loudoun Campus history professors Charlie Evans and Brice Montaner completed a project focused on the work of Amadou Hampaté Bâ. The project publishes the background materials that will make Bâ’s works accessible for students enrolled in NOVA’s western and world history survey courses and world literature courses. The project was funded by the Virginia Continue reading “Amadou Hampaté Bâ Website Project Launched”
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Our second annual Legacy Lecture is scheduled for Tuesday, April 10 from 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. in the CE Forum. This year’s speaker is Liz Lieberman, newly retired associate professor of mathematics. Dr. David Conroy will introduce Lieberman. A reception will follow. The Legacy Lecture is sponsored by the AN Campus Council. Continue reading Second Annual Legacy Lecture
It has been an amazing year or so at Extended Learning Institute (ELI). Since the Administrative Council approved the ELI to the Next Level initiative in 2010, ELI has welcomed 17 new staff to our ranks, bringing the office up to nearly 50 staff in total. Many of you have worked with one or more of these wonderful new colleagues on college committees or special … Continue reading Exciting Things Are Happening at ELI!
Click read more to view all of the flyers from this week’s edition. Continue reading Flyers: April 9, 2012