Loudoun Holds Veterinary Externship and Job Fair

Loudoun Holds Veterinary Externship and Job Fair

The Loudoun Campus hosted the fifth annual NOVA Veterinary Technology Externship and Job Fair on April 2 with all 66 on-campus program students in attendance. There were more than 25 regional small animal veterinary practices and large veterinary specialty referral centers, with two practices from Maryland, seeking NOVA students for summer externs (first-year students), veterinary assistant employment (first- and second-year students) and soon-to-be graduate veterinary technicians. … Continue reading Loudoun Holds Veterinary Externship and Job Fair

NOVA Student Film Festival Announces Community Partners

NOVA Student Film Festival Announces Community Partners

NOVA Student Film Festival (NSFF) announces new partnerships with community film organizations that have agreed to join its 2015 showcase. Three established film festivals in the Washington, D.C. area will join forces with the NSFF to highlight the “best of shows” from those festivals. The three new partners are Alexandria Film Festival, Rosebud Film & Video Festival, and DC Shorts Film Festival. The NOVA Student … Continue reading NOVA Student Film Festival Announces Community Partners

Woodbridge Criminal Justice Drive for the Needy

Woodbridge Criminal Justice Drive for the Needy

The Woodbridge Campus Criminal Justice Club recently concluded a drive to collect coats and jackets for charity in Prince William County. More than 30 gently used clean coats and jackets were collected by members of the Criminal Justice Club for distribution to the needy. The drive was so successful that it was extended for two weeks to collect additional coats as well as gloves, mittens … Continue reading Woodbridge Criminal Justice Drive for the Needy

Manassas Honors Presents Lecture by Harris-Scott

Manassas Honors Presents Lecture by Harris-Scott

The Manassas Honors Club hosted a fascinating lecture by Professor Pearl Harris-Scott March 30. Harris-Scott’s talk was titled “Kabuki to Anime: 100 Years of Japanese Popular Culture.” She wove an intriguing narrative, explaining how modern day anime has evolved from Kabuki theater and highlighting connections between American and Japanese pop culture. She also discussed how historical changes are reflected in Japanese film; for example, the … Continue reading Manassas Honors Presents Lecture by Harris-Scott

Manassas Hosts Math Competition

Manassas Hosts Math Competition

On March 28, the Manassas Campus held a successful mathematics competition with a total of eight teams competing. Hagerstown Community College sent teams as did three NOVA campuses. Loudoun, Manassas and Woodbridge campuses each sent two teams to participate in the competition. The competition consisted of two rounds with five problems in each round. The problems were based on college algebra, geometry, set theory, logic … Continue reading Manassas Hosts Math Competition

Professor Charles Poland to Present 2015 Legacy Lecture

Professor Charles Poland to Present 2015 Legacy Lecture

History Professor Charles Poland has been chosen to present the 2015 Legacy Lecture on April 13 from 12:30 p.m. to 2 p.m. in the Ernst Center Forum on the Annandale Campus. This event is jointly hosted by the Annandale Campus Lyceum Committee and the Annandale Campus Council. Poland is one of the longest tenured instructors in the history of NOVA, having joined the faculty in 1967, the … Continue reading Professor Charles Poland to Present 2015 Legacy Lecture

“Henry V” at Alexandria

The Alexandria Campus Theatre Program is presenting the first full-length play in several years. Shakespeare’s “Henry V” will run in the Rachel M. Schlesinger Concert Hall and Arts Center April 14, 15 and 16 at 7:30 p.m. The pre-show begins at 7:15 p.m. The cast reflects the NOVA community and includes international students from Morocco, Angola, Egypt and El Salvador, a Navy veteran of 14 years, two … Continue reading “Henry V” at Alexandria

Liberal Arts Division Spring Scholarship Luncheon

The Alexandria Campus Division of Liberal Arts Scholarship Committee cordially invites you to the 2015 Liberal Arts Spring Scholarship Luncheon April 17. The theme of the 12th annual luncheon is “La Dolce Vita.” The luncheon will include a great meal, live music and a silent auction. The event will commemorate Jean Braden and Joseph Windham who had been integral members of the scholarship committee. Please see … Continue reading Liberal Arts Division Spring Scholarship Luncheon

A Conversation with Dr. Templin on NOVA-TV

A Conversation With Dr. Templin on NOVA-TV

On March 4, Dr. Charlie Errico and former President Robert G. Templin, Jr. sat down at the NOVA-TV Center to discuss Templin’s 13 years of service at the College. Templin discusses why he came to NOVA, what he thought were his biggest accomplishments, and what he wishes he could have accomplished. Templin also shares his hopes for NOVA’s future. The program will air on NOVA-TV at … Continue reading A Conversation With Dr. Templin on NOVA-TV

STEM Fair at Annandale

To celebrate and encourage interest in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM), the Annandale Campus is hosting a STEM Fair on April 23 from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. in the CF Building. This event is open to all faculty and students. Entries are being accepted in all formats: demos, art, TED-like talks, panel discussions and also pre-recorded clips. The deadline for entry submissions is April 19. … Continue reading STEM Fair at Annandale

Open Enrollment: Benefits Is on the Move

The open enrollment period for health and flexible spending plans is Friday, May 1 to Friday May 22. NOVA’s Benefits Team will be visiting NOVA campuses early in May to share additional information. Please see the schedule below. This is an opportunity to meet the team who can help when you need assistance with your benefits-related questions. They will answer your questions and discuss any … Continue reading Open Enrollment: Benefits Is on the Move

2015 Chrome River Training Schedule

The Office of the Controller announces the Chrome River training schedule for the remainder of calendar year 2015. To sign up for classes, visit NOVA SharePoint at https://sharepoint.nvcc.edu/F/C/CR/T/SitePages/Home.aspx. Please note you must log in through the VPN or be on campus to access this secure website. All classes will be held at 3922 Pender Drive, Fairfax, Virginia (Pender 4, Room 149). The following training dates … Continue reading 2015 Chrome River Training Schedule

Summer Benefit Deductions for 9-Month Faculty on the 18-Pay Cycle

To ensure benefit premiums are current through the summer months, premiums for the months of May and June for participating 9-month faculty members on the 18-pay cycle will be deducted on the May 16, 2015, payroll for the following benefits: Health, Optional Group Life, UNUM Long Term Disability, AFLAC, Colonial and Insurance Company of North America. Premiums for the months of July and August will be … Continue reading Summer Benefit Deductions for 9-Month Faculty on the 18-Pay Cycle