Woodbridge Partners With Future Kings to Host Summer Camp

Woodbridge Partners With Future Kings to Host Summer Camp

A collaborative effort between the Woodbridge Campus and a local outreach youth program, Future Kings, resulted in providing a summer camp to help children manage their own information technology business. Future Kings, a not-for-profit, 501(c) (3) approved organization that provides an entrepreneurial education program to young men from underserved communities, is currently sponsoring a summer camp with a STEM focus at the Woodbridge Campus. This … Continue reading Woodbridge Partners With Future Kings to Host Summer Camp

Jennifer Daniels Wins New Southern Voices Poetry Prize

Jennifer Daniels Wins New Southern Voices Poetry Prize

Annandale Languages and Literature Associate Dean Jennifer Daniels won this year’s New Southern Voices Poetry Prize, sponsored by Hub City Press of South Carolina. She will receive a $1,000 prize and the press will publish her manuscript, “Wedding Pulls,” next summer. Selecting the prize winner was celebrated poet C. D. Wright, a Guggenheim and MacArthur fellow and National Book Award nominee. Daniels earned her Master of … Continue reading Jennifer Daniels Wins New Southern Voices Poetry Prize

TILT Showcases Miller’s Contribution to Map Book

TILT Showcases Miller’s Contribution to Map Book

Geography Instructor David B. Miller is a contributing writer and consultant for “Map: Exploring the World,” to be released by Phaidon Press (London) in September 2015. Miller’s articles describe maps that illustrate pivotal times in history, ranging from 16th century St. Augustine (Florida) and 19th century Russia to 20th century Disneyland and 21st century Afghanistan. The book, an international effort, offers a visual record of … Continue reading TILT Showcases Miller’s Contribution to Map Book

Agbontaen’s Oil Paintings on Canvas at Schlesinger Center

Agbontaen’s Oil Paintings on Canvas at Schlesinger Center

The Rachel M. Schlesinger Concert Hall and Arts Center announces the opening of its new gallery spaces in the Forum and Passageway with an exhibition of oil on canvas paintings by Stanley Osaheni Agbontaen. The exhibit will be showing through Friday, August 28. Agbontaen grew up in Benin City, Edo State in the South-south zone of Nigeria. He studied at the Creative Art Academy (Benin City) … Continue reading Agbontaen’s Oil Paintings on Canvas at Schlesinger Center

Additional Supplemental Retirement Option

Effective July 1, a Roth contribution option is available to all participants in the Commonwealth of Virginia’s 457 Deferred Compensation Plan as well as the 403-b plan. Roth contributions are contributions that employees make to their 457 or 403-b plan accounts on an after-tax basis. Employees pay taxes on the contributions now, rather than later. Employees may withdraw their Roth assets, which includes both their Roth contributions and … Continue reading Additional Supplemental Retirement Option

Make Appointments With a Doctor Online

Employees enrolled in COVA Care, COVA HDHP, COVA HealthAware and Kaiser Permanente can now have a one-on-one visit with a doctor using a mobile device or computer with a webcam 24 hours a day. Depending on the plan, the cost is the same or less than a primary care physician visit. Some of the most common conditions that can be treated through an online physician … Continue reading Make Appointments With a Doctor Online

Leave Sharing Request

Christina Shanley (CS) has requested to participate in the leave-sharing program. If you would like to donate leave hours, please access a Leave Sharing Program Donor Form online. Please print, complete and submit the form to Human Resources by fax to 703.323.3155. Leave must be donated in eight-hour increments and only annual leave may be donated. If you need other assistance or have questions about … Continue reading Leave Sharing Request