Alexandria Campus April Lyceum Series

You are invited to two Lyceum Series events at the Alexandria Campus. The events are free and open to the public.

Dr. Maria Pagura, Economist and Senior Program Officer at the World Bank
Tuesday, April 22
12:30 p.m. to 1:45 p.m.
Room AA-196, Bisdorf Building

This will be an insightful discussion on microfinance.

The NOVA Student Experience
Wednesday, April 23
5:15 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Room AA-196, Bisdorf Building

Three NOVA students will share their personal experiences at the College and what they hope to do in the future. There will also be time for discussion.

Student presenters (in alphabetical order):

Karen Clarke-Fuchs: “Overcoming Mental Illness and Addiction to Graduate”
Clarke-Fuhs is a psychology and addiction counseling student at NOVA. She is president of the Virginia Alcohol and Addiction Professionals (VAAP) Chapter at the Alexandria Campus. After a long road through recovery from alcohol addiction, depression and anxiety, she will graduate from NOVA in Fall 2014.

Juwariah Shareef: “Pursuing a Major of MY Choosing”
Shareef is a business major who came to the discipline even though it was not her original educational goal. She has made the most of NOVA by taking a variety of courses that pointed her toward her true passion, which presented her with career goals she had not considered earlier.

Sheila Sealy: “Realizing My Destiny”
Sealy has been doing what she loves for a long time and she finally realized it. Now she is taking the steps necessary to move up in her field and NOVA is helping to make that happen.

For Alexandria Campus directions and maps, click here. For questions, contact Dr. Jack Lechelt at jlechelt@nvcc.edu.

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