[30 Jun 2014 | No Comments | ]
Alexandria Campus Breaks Ground For New Building Replacing Tyler

The Alexandria campus of Northern Virginia Community College officially broke ground on a new three-story 80,000-square-foot academic building on June 26. The building will replace the current Tyler Building on campus.

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[30 Jun 2014 | No Comments | ]
Alexandria Campus Breaks Ground For New Building Replacing Tyler

The Alexandria campus of Northern Virginia Community College officially broke ground on a new three-story 80,000-square-foot academic building on June 26. The building will replace the current Tyler Building on campus.

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[27 Jun 2014 | No Comments | ]
NOVA Fortnightly Wins Awards

The awards were given this year by the Virginia Press Women for excellence in communications.

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[24 Jun 2014 | No Comments | ]
NOVA Selected as a Mentor College for Jobs Initiative

The College is one of 17 community colleges nationwide participating in the initiative, and one of four selected as a mentor college. Mentor colleges were selected from AACC’s 2008-2010 Workforce Economic Opportunity Initiative.

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[21 Jun 2014 | No Comments | ]
GMU Students Become Archaeology Interns at George Washington’s Home

George Washington’s Mount Vernon welcomes Kellie White and Emily Daniel from George Mason University as part of its 2014 class of Historic Preservation Field School student interns. In collaboration with the University of Maryland Field School in Historic Preservation, the field school students will participate in a project to investigate the archaeological, architectural, and interpretive histories of the Washington families’ kitchen.

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[18 Jun 2014 | No Comments | ]
NOVA Robotics Team Wins Award at World Competition

Northern Virginia Community College’s Robotics Team 1 has won the design award at the VEX Robotics World Championship in Anaheim, Calif.

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[18 Jun 2014 | No Comments | ]
Medical Education Campus Appoints New Provost

The new provost is the author of many publications and has presented widely on the topics of distance learning, community college partnerships, “stackable certificates” in allied health professions and on Respiratory Therapy.

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[12 Jun 2014 | No Comments | ]
NOVA Launches LiveSafe Mobile App For Campus Safety

LiveSafe allows members of the community to contact the college police department discreetly, and risk-free. Through iPhone and Android devices, users will have the ability to report GPS-tagged information with added picture, video, and audio clips.

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[11 Jun 2014 | No Comments | ]
Thoughts: Women Getting Pushed Out of Journalism

Every single editor of The New Republic has been male. Almost every single newspaper chain is headed by a man, save Gannett. A recent New Yorker issue was written entirely by men.

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[9 Jun 2014 | No Comments | ]
NOVA Students to Hold Flash Mob

The NOVA Dance Team will host its first ever flash mob at Manassas Mall on Saturday, June 14.

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