President Ralls’ Discusses College Strategic Plan on NOVA-TV

President Ralls’ Discusses College Strategic Plan on NOVA-TV

President Scott Ralls recently visited the NOVA-TV studio to tape a half-hour presentation that reviews the College’s progress on developing a strategic plan where “every student succeeds, every program achieves and every community prospers.” He discussed how Informed Pathways will provide NOVA students with a clearer direction toward achieving their goals. NOVA’s strategic plan will improve enrollment, retention and the full transfer of credits and advising. … Continue reading President Ralls’ Discusses College Strategic Plan on NOVA-TV

LTR Professional Development Day: Keepin’ It REAL

LTR Professional Development Day: Keepin’ It REAL

Learning and Technology Resource (LTR) Professional Development Day was held March 9. Members from all the campuses LTR Division gathered at the Regional Center for Workforce Education and Training of the Woodbridge Campus for an opportunity to share, learn and grow from each other’s expertise and experience. The theme was “Keepin’ It REAL: Reflect, Energize, Achieve and Lead.” A multi-campus committee planned the event and … Continue reading LTR Professional Development Day: Keepin’ It REAL

Georgian Ambassador Set to Visit the Manassas Campus

Georgian Ambassador to Visit the Manassas Campus

David Bakradze, the Georgian ambassador to the United States, will present “Georgian Success Story” in Colgan Theater at NOVA’s Manassas Campus on April 12 at 11:20 a.m. The presentation is free and open to the public with free parking (follow parking signs). To learn more, contact Business Professor Frank Ferrara at fferrara@nvcc.edu. Bakradze has had a long, distinguished career in diplomatic service and has served … Continue reading Georgian Ambassador to Visit the Manassas Campus

Dr. Susan F. Wood Speaks at the MEC for Women’s History Month

Dr. Susan F. Wood Speaks at the MEC for Women’s History Month

On March 22, in celebration of Women’s History Month, Dr. Susan F. Wood was the guest speaker at the Medical Education Campus (MEC). Wood is an associate professor of health policy and of environmental and occupational health at the George Washington University, and the executive director of the Jacobs Institute of Women’s Health at the same institution. The focus of this long-time champion of women’s health … Continue reading Dr. Susan F. Wood Speaks at the MEC for Women’s History Month

4th Annual Jazz4Justice Concert

4th Annual Jazz4Justice Concert

The Alexandria Bar Law Foundation and the NOVA Nighthawks Jazz Ensemble present the fourth annual Jazz4Justice© Concert at the Rachel M. Schlesinger Concert Hall and Arts Center on Thursday, April 6 at 6:00 p.m. There is a suggested donation is $15 per ticket. This event is a great way for children to experience live music and the ticket price is tax deductible. All proceeds benefit … Continue reading 4th Annual Jazz4Justice Concert

NOVA Nursing Students Awarded Harriet H. Fatzinger Nursing Scholarship

NOVA Nursing Students Awarded Harriet H. Fatzinger Nursing Scholarship

NOVA students Maxime Djabang Lakouji and Patrick Smith have many things in common. As students enrolled in the Nursing Program at the Medical Education Campus (MEC), both aspiring young men are employed as emergency medical technicians and are the 2017 recipients of the Harriet H. Fatzinger Nursing Scholarship. The Northern Virginia Community College Educational Foundation and the College Financial Aid Office encourage students interested in … Continue reading NOVA Nursing Students Awarded Harriet H. Fatzinger Nursing Scholarship

Looking Forward: A Familiar Face in a New Role

Looking Forward: A Familiar Face in a New Role

She may not be a new face, but Esther Abisogun has taken on a new role at NOVA’s Medical Education Campus (MEC) where she recently accepted a position as a full-time teaching faculty in the Nursing Division. This new appointment is the latest chapter in Abisogun’s approximately four-decade story related to nursing, her passion in life. She started at the MEC as an adjunct faculty … Continue reading Looking Forward: A Familiar Face in a New Role

Disability Services and TILT to Host Assistive Technologies Workshops

The Office of Disability Services and Technology Innovation in Learning and Teaching (TILT) are co-hosting these workshops for the month of April: Workshop — Assistive Technologies Across the Curriculum: Guiding Students With Accommodations Toward Success Date: April 6 Time: 2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. Location: Alexandria Campus, AA 158 At this workshop, you will learn the skills and know-how to work with students who use assistive … Continue reading Disability Services and TILT to Host Assistive Technologies Workshops

Invitation to 5th Annual 2017 NOVA Mathematics Competition

All NOVA students are invited to the fifth annual 2017 NOVA Mathematics Competition. All STEM faculty are asked to help promote this event to all current students at credited mathematics levels. Organizers hope to challenge NOVA students to compete against their peers and enjoy the experience of learning. The Annandale Campus will host the event on Friday, April 7 from 12:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. in … Continue reading Invitation to 5th Annual 2017 NOVA Mathematics Competition

NOVA’s Annual Green Festival 2017

NOVA’s Annual Green Festival 2017

You are invited to NOVA’s Annual Green Festival on Tuesday, April 25 from 9:15 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. in the CE Building at the Annandale Campus. NOVA’s Annual Green Festival increases community awareness of regional, national and global environmental issues and provides information regarding ways that individuals can help preserve the environment. This year’s topic is “We Are All Downstream”. The program will focus on … Continue reading NOVA’s Annual Green Festival 2017