VIU’s former students returned to campus this fall to share their experiences and talk about their career paths with current students at a panel discussion organized by the VIU Alumni Association to foster connections and exchange of information between alumni and current students.
Virginia International University’s School of Education welcomes all to attend the October session of the Fall 2015 Voices from the Field (VFF) speaker series. This month’s guest speaker, Dr. Jaime Lester, an associate professor at George Mason University, will deliver a presentation titled “Fostering Civility in Higher Education.”
The School of Education welcomes all to join the first session of the Fall 2015 Voices from the Field (VFF) speaker series. Our guest speaker, Dr. Anne Horak, an assistant professor at George Mason University in Fairfax County, Virginia, will deliver a talk titled “You had me at PBL: The Jerry Maguire Effect on Student […]
It was a hot, humid day in early August with temperatures nearing 90 degrees Fahrenheit. However, this did not dampen the morale of the non-intensive ESL students who turned out in great numbers at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC.
Virginia International University recently launched a diversity luncheon series dedicated to celebrating different cultures, faiths, and beliefs. The first event took place on July 20, 2015 and was focused on the Muslim Ramadan festival.
On June 18, 2015, Virginia International University (VIU) hosted a convening of county and community leaders for the release of the “Equitable Growth Profile of Fairfax County” report and to discuss the implications for economic and community development and strategies to provide equal opportunities to all members of the diverse population living in Fairfax […]
On June 12, 2015 a group of VIU students had the chance to experience the beauty and heritage of the National Cathedral in person as they took part in a tour of the church in northwest Washington, DC.
The devastating earthquake in Nepal has claimed the lives of more than 5,000 people and injured around 5,900 others according to top news agencies around the world. In response to this disaster, Virginia International University is collecting any kind of donations which can be sent to the victims and their families.
The Inaugural Conference on International Development (CID), organized by VIU’s School of Public & International Affairs (SPIA), featured 27 influential presenters on various topics important to the development world; everything from industries and energy, conflict and development, regional integration, children and diasporas, as well as the most recent challenges and success stories of development were […]
Virginia International University is the proud recipient of two major awards in the 30th Annual Educational Advertising Awards competition. VIU received a bronze award for its 2015 VIU Calendar as well as a merit award for the third issue of University Magazine. This is a big achievement for the Media Department whose design and creative ideas […]
Dr. Mark Robinson, business professor at VIU, always finds ways to take theory to practical application for his students. Every spring semester, his BUSS 480 students are exposed to local entrepreneurs who are willing to share their business ideas and the skills they utilize in operating their businesses. On February 24, 2015, international comedian Dan […]
On Saturday, February 28, 2015, VIU’s School of Public & International Affairs (SPIA), in conjunction with the Institute for Islam & the Sciences (IIS), hosted an interfaith workshop entitled Expanding Faith and Cultural Communities’ Cooperation in Fairfax County. Bringing together representatives from twelve different organizations, the workshop was a new step in identifying and expanding collaboration […]
The School of Education at Virginia International University welcomes all to join us for an upcoming event in our Voices from the Field speaker series: a presentation entitled Teaching Online: Design, Delivery, and Management by Gorky Cruz, Director of the Center for Language Exploration, Acquisition, and Research at American University
The beginning of the Spring 2015 semester brought happy news to our university community: VIU will now offer a regular shuttle service to its students, faculty, staff, and guests. The shuttle, which provides service at designated times Monday through Saturday, will transport passengers between VIU’s Village Drive and Pender campuses. Current students have expressed their […]
The School of Education (SED) at Virginia International University (VIU) welcomes all to join us for the first event of the Spring 2015 semester in our Voices from the Field speaker series: a presentation entitled Publishing ESL Materials: Opportunities and Challenges. Experienced ESL instructors and textbook authors Donette Brantner-Artenie and Sigrun Biesenbach-Lucas will be presenting the talk […]
VIU will continue to offer e-textbooks to nearly all of its students in the Spring 2015 through VitalSource, previously known as CourseSmart. All textbooks available as e-textbooks have been added to Moodle for each course. Students may access these books by logging into their Moodle accounts. For those books not available as e-textbooks, students are […]
On Thursday, January 15, 2015, Virginia International University will host its second day of New Student Orientation (NSO) for the Spring 2015 intake of new students. Students who attended the first day of orientation on January 7 are not required to attend but are invited to attend the Career Center presentation beginning at 2:30 PM. […]
What an incredible year it’s been here at Virginia International University! We hope it’s been equally exciting and rewarding for you and your loved ones, too. Over the past year we have increased the strength of our institution and further improved the quality of the VIU education by launching new programs and concentrations in the […]