MLK Day

Fourth Annual NOVA SERVES: MLK Day of Service

NOVA hosted its Fourth Annual NOVA SERVES: Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service event on January 19 at the Alexandria Campus. Approximately 200 students, parents, staff and community members came together to answer King’s question: “What are you doing for others?” This year, the College partnered with Stop Hunger Now which works with international partners that ship and distribute meals to underdeveloped countries. Volunteers … Continue reading Fourth Annual NOVA SERVES: MLK Day of Service

Hugh Miller

Loudoun Focuses on Increased Customer Service

Loudoun’s counselors and advisors offered Quick Question Advising in the former library space this week in order to improve customer service. Quick Question Advising provides brief answers to student’s immediate needs and concerns regarding their class schedule, program of study, and/or transfer agreement. “We are impressed with the dramatic increase in the number of new students to our campus,” said Dr. James Edwards, student success … Continue reading Loudoun Focuses on Increased Customer Service

Auction items reviewed by attendees

Faculty Donate Items for Scholarship Silent Auction

During the month of December, Woodbridge faculty members donated artwork for the Prince William Chamber of Commerce’s Silent Auction. The proceeds go toward scholarships that are awarded each spring to local high school students. Assistant Dean Fred Markham donated a small landscape, Photography Professor Gail Rebhan donated a book of her photography called, Mother-Son Talk, and Art History Professor Rosemary Gallickdonated a medium-sized landscape painting. Each … Continue reading Faculty Donate Items for Scholarship Silent Auction

Kathryn O'Sullivan

Up & Coming Lyceum Sponsored Events

You are invited to the following events: On February 7 at 12:30 p.m., Professor Kathryn O’Sullivan and director/cinematographer Paul Awad will speak on their award-winning Western drama “Thurston” and on the opportunity that new media is giving filmmakers and those who customarily do not have access to traditional network television. This is a Lyceum program, free, and open to the public.                 On April 16 … Continue reading Up & Coming Lyceum Sponsored Events

Science Seminar: Waterborne Infectious Diseases

All students, staff and faculty are cordially invited to a Science Seminar on Friday, February 15, 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m., in the CE Theater. Dr. Gillian S. Backus will present “Sickening: Waterborne Infectious Diseases in a Dynamic World.” Light refreshments and a “meet and greet” with the speaker in the lower gallery will be held from 11:30 a.m. to 11:55 a.m. The seminar is presented … Continue reading Science Seminar: Waterborne Infectious Diseases

Fisher Art Gallery 2013 Exhibition Schedule

The Rachel M. Schlesinger Concert Hall & Arts Center on the Alexandria Campus has selected seven (7) exceptional artists to be featured for the 2013 exhibitions at the Margaret W. and Joseph L. Fisher Art Gallery. They include: Matthew D. Kiehl, Lukman Ahmad, Nelson Gutierrez, Denise Philipbar, Mei Mei Chang, Anne Bouie and Robert Gilbert. The artists are from various ethnicities and present a variety of artistic mediums … Continue reading Fisher Art Gallery 2013 Exhibition Schedule

Fisher Art Gallery

Kiehl’s Exhibition at Fisher Art Gallery

Craft and Character: Wasteland, an exhibition of pen and ink on paper by Matthew D. Kiehl, will be on display from Friday, February 8 through Sunday, March 17 in the Margaret W. and Joseph L. Fisher Art Gallery, located in the Rachel M. Schlesinger Concert Hall & Arts Center at the Alexandria Campus. The opening reception is scheduled for Saturday, February 9 from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 … Continue reading Kiehl’s Exhibition at Fisher Art Gallery