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November 10, 2017

  

Friday, November 10, 2017

An Evening With Edgar Allan Poe (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Woodbridge

Black Box Theater. A play adapted by Robert Mason & “Poe Connectives” based on the works of Edgar Allen Poe with additional material by David Tyson. $6 for students, seniors, and military. $8 general admission.
Academic Advising Week for Spring 2017. (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Alexandria
Annandale
Loudoun
Manassas
Medical
Woodbridge

Academic Advising Week for Spring 2017.
International Children's Books and the Messages They Send (International Education Week)


Loudoun

Come learn about how children's books are different around the world! Children are welcome at this event, with their parents!
Marine Appreciation Day
All Day

Annandale

Stop by CA 113B in the morning for a cake to appreciate our service members.
Information Session for Prospective Students
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM

Alexandria

The NOVA Alexandria Campus is hosting Information Sessions for Prospective NOVA Students. We will share information about Northern Virginia Community College and specifically the Alexandria Campus. We will discuss: admissions, placement testing, advising, registration, tuition & fees and payment options (including financial aid). Students can also start their preparation for the next semester starting in January. This program is ideal for adult learners students who are interested in NOVA and have not started or completed all of the steps above. Students who are new to college or have college experience are welcome to attend. Interested persons may sign up below and will be contacted prior to the session: https://goo.gl/JhuJGd
Abertay University - Information Table
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Annandale

Stop by and speak with a representative from the Abertay University from Scotland.
Event Image Do It NOW! No More Procrastinating
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Do you often find yourself rushing to complete assignments on time, even though you had time to do them earlier? Are you concerned about the amount of work required for college classes? Come to this workshop to learn about why people procrastinate, and get tips and strategies for avoiding procrastination and maintaining focus on the things that are important to you.
Past As Prologue: A Geological History of Climate Change
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Loudoun

This talk is part of weeklong activities of International Education Week on the Loudoun campus. Dr. William Straight, a professor at Loudoun, examines what geology can show us historically about climate change. Taking a look at our global landscape, we'll examine the evidence surrounding climate change. FREE. Open to the general public and NOVA community. Parking on campus is by designated meter or in A or B lots with NOVA student, staff, or faculty hangtag.

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