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Governor McAuliffe Announces Virginia Tech To Receive $1.1 Million Grant From The Virginia Research Investment Fund

January 10, 2018

Governor Terry McAuliffe today announced that the Virginia Research Investment Committee has approved a $1.1 million grant to Virginia Tech to support a medical device that will use low-energy electric fields to treat brain tumors.

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Dr. Nicole Reaves Appointed As NOVA’s Medical Education Campus Provost

January 10, 2018

Northern Virginia Community College’s President Dr. Scott Ralls today announced Dr. Nicole Reaves as the next provost of the college’s Medical Education Campus. Currently, vice president for academic and student affairs at City Colleges of Chicago—Wilbur Wright College in Chicago, Ill., Reaves starts at NOVA in March.

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NOVA President Scott Ralls Makes Washington Business Journal’s “2017 Power 100”

January 10, 2018

The strategic importance of Northern Virginia Community College to the region’s business community has once again been officially recognized. Dr. Scott Ralls, president of NOVA, has been included as being one of the most influential business leaders in the Metropolitan Washington region by the Washington Business Journal’s annual Power 100 list.

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ACPS Closing Early Today

January 8, 2018

Alexandria City Public Schools will close two hours early today, Monday, Jan. 8. All after-school and evening activities at the schools or on the school grounds are canceled.

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The Scholarship Fund Of Alexandria Offers Resources For Transition To High School

January 8, 2018

Are you wondering about high school life? Not sure what steps to take to be college-ready?bJoin the Scholarship Fund of Alexandria and other middle school families for “Transition to High School Planning Night” on Wednesday, Jan. 24 at Minnie Howard. High school is right around the corner, and it is never too early to start thinking about college!

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T. C. Williams Junior Receives Outstanding STEM Award

January 8, 2018

T. C. Williams junior Ana Humphrey was recognized by the Science Museum of Virginia, in partnership with the governor, with an Outstanding STEM (science, engineering, technology and math) award for using STEM to make the world a better place. Ana was named a STEM Phenom award winner for her passion and advocacy for the environment in her community and for her accomplishments in science research.

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Marymount Professor Co-Directs Anthology Project That Earns NEH Grant

January 5, 2018

Dr. Tonya Howe, associate professor of Literature and Languages at Marymount University, co-directs a digital anthology project that has earned a prestigious National Endowment for the Humanities Level 2 Digital Humanities Advancement Grant.

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