Faculty Engagement at PUP 2015

Faculty Engagement at PUP 2015

NOVA faculty gathered January 7 and 8 in the Richard J. Ernst Community Cultural Center for the 10th annual Power Up Your Pedagogy (PUP) Conference sponsored by the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL). Offering a range of speakers including a farewell address by President Robert G. Templin, Jr., breakout sessions and workshops, the conference provided numerous opportunities for faculty to learn from their … Continue reading Faculty Engagement at PUP 2015

Jim Egenrieder Honored for Outstanding Service

Jim Egenrieder Honored for Outstanding Service

Alexandria STEM Education Outreach Coordinator Jim Egenrieder was recognized for outstanding service during the Arlington Chamber’s board of directors meeting on December 18. Egenrieder has served as the Chamber’s Education and Workforce Committee chair since 2011. He has developed partnerships between local area schools, businesses and higher education partners to advance STEM-focused education, training, dual enrollment and workforce programs throughout Northern Virginia. Egenrieder also serves … Continue reading Jim Egenrieder Honored for Outstanding Service

David Miller Selected as a Book Contributor

David Miller Selected as a Book Contributor

Assistant Professor David B. Miller is a contributing author for “The Times History of the World in Maps,” recently published by HarperCollins in the United Kingdom. Miller was a consultant for the selection of American maps that appear in the book, and he wrote articles for several of the maps, including historic maps of the United States, the world and the moon. HarperCollins approached Miller … Continue reading David Miller Selected as a Book Contributor

Alexandria Hosts Spring Adjunct Convocation

Alexandria Hosts Spring Adjunct Convocation

“The information was very helpful,” said one of the participants at the Alexandria 2015 Spring Adjunct Convocation. That was the general consensus from those who took advantage of the opportunity to meet other adjunct faculty, division deans and campus representatives as well as hear about resources that benefit adjuncts and their students. This year’s theme was “The Essential Pieces of Student Success.” Provost Ron Buchanan … Continue reading Alexandria Hosts Spring Adjunct Convocation

“Air Loom” on Exhibit at Woodbridge

“Air Loom” by Mary Carothers will be on display in the Woodbridge Campus Gallery on the first floor of the Arts and Science Building from January 20 to February 20. An opening reception will be held January 20 from 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. with an artist lecture in the Black Box Theater immediately following. The Gallery is open from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., … Continue reading “Air Loom” on Exhibit at Woodbridge

Register for TOTAL Workshops

TOTAL Workshops Available

NOVA’s Extended Learning Institute (ELI) announces its schedule of Topics in Online Teaching and Learning (TOTAL) workshops for the semester:          TOTAL professional development workshops are intended for faculty who teach (or want to teach) blended and online courses. Each workshop focuses on a single topic so you can build an individualized professional development plan by selecting only the workshops you need. … Continue reading TOTAL Workshops Available