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January

Jan 20 - Mar 19

Neil Britton Art Gallery: Unity Flag Project

The Unity Flag Project, a nationwide traveling exhibit of flags inspiring empathy and bipartisanship, makes a stop at Virginia Wesleyan University this winter. Hosted by the Robert Nusbaum Center and Neil Britton Art Gallery, the physical exhibition is open to VWU students, faculty and staff, while a complementing virtual exhibit is available to the off-campus community. As an expression of national unity, the exhibit opens on Inauguration Day, January 20, and continues through March 19.

Virtual Exhibit

March

Mar 3

Virtual Spring Career and Internship Fair

Virtual Event

10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Students in all majors and alumni are invited to talk with employers about part-time employment, full-time employment, and internship opportunities. Attendees should complete their Handshake profiles prior to the event and dress in professional business attire. Hosted by Virginia Wesleyan's Career Development Program (CDP) in The Lighthouse: Center for Exploration & Discovery. Employers may register here.
For more information, contact the Director of Career Development, Jessica Harrington, at 757.455.3107 or jharrington@vwu.edu.

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Mar 10

Virtual Wesleyan Wednesday: Darrell Cuenca '07

12:00 p.m.

Join us for a behind the scenes tour of Deadline Brewing Project, a locally, alumni-owned nano-brewery specializing in hand-crafted, unique, flavorful beers focused on seasonal and local ingredients. Darrell Cuenca '07 will also discuss how his business was impacted by COVID-19 and how distribution was adapted.

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Mar 17

Model NATO Challenge

The Model NATO Challenge will take place at Virginia Wesleyan University, as part of the Norfolk NATO Festival, on Wednesday, March 17. The Model NATO Challenge is a scholarship competition in which the top 30 high school applicants along with six alternates are chosen to participate in a mock global-crisis simulation, confronting issues facing today’s NATO Alliance. Student diplomats are chosen to represent each of the NATO Member Nations and must work together to address a crisis scenario such as piracy, immigration, or another issue that faces the NATO Alliance today. Diplomats are assigned mentors—military officers from each of the countries—who assist in preparing them for the challenge while teaching about the country's culture, national military resources, and political backgrounds. Based on their leadership and diplomacy skills, the top three finalists are awarded scholarships. Pursuant to CDC Guidelines for COVID-19, this scholarship program is currently proceeding in person with all necessary safety precautions. If unable to safely gather physically for the program’s scheduled dates, it will proceed in a virtual format.

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Mar 22

Travel Tips and Tricks

Virtual Event

5:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Hosted by the Director of the Study Away Program (SAP) in The Lighthouse: Center for Exploration & Discovery, this session assists faculty and students in discovering the best airfare options for faculty-led courses and semester abroad experiences through the university partner, StudentUniverse.
For more information, contact the Director of Study Away, Mandy Reinig, at 757.455.5542 or areinig@vwu.edu.
Zoom.us - ID: 98883521026, Password: 955142

April

Apr 14

Virtual Mock Interview Day

Virtual Event

Virginia Wesleyan students and alumni are invited to practice interviewing in mock interviews with various employers. Advance registration is required by Friday, April 9, at 12:00 p.m. You can register here. After registering, a meeting link will be emailed to you. Please email a copy of your resume to jharrington@vwu.edu. Dress in professional business attire. Interviews typically last 30 minutes. Each participant will receive immediate feedback on his/her responses, attire, resume, and communication style. Hosted by Virginia Wesleyan’s Career Development Program (CDP) in The Lighthouse: Center for Exploration & Discovery.
For more information, contact the Director of Career Development, Jessica Harrington, at 757.455.3107 or jharrington@vwu.edu.

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Apr 22 - 26

PORT DAY

Apr 23

Alumni Day of Giving

Join us as Marlin alumni #makeasplash at VWU! More information coming soon.

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Apr 30

Spring Honors Convocation & Academic Fair

May

May 6

Reading Day

May 7 - 11

Final Exams

May 8

Commencement Ceremony 2021

TowneBank Arena, Jane P. Batten Student Center (COVID Pending)

May 15

Commencement Ceremony 2021 - VWU Global Campus

TowneBank Arena, Jane P. Batten Student Center (COVID Pending)

May 17

Online Summer Terms Begin

May 24

Traditional Summer Terms Begin

June

Jun 5

Athletic Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony

Virginia Wesleyan University will induct the thirteenth class of its Athletic Athletic Hall of Fame during a special ceremony on Saturday, June 5. Members of the thirteenth class represent the best of the best from Virginia Wesleyan's athletic history. Three former Marlin athletic greats will be recognized, and Joan P. Brock H’10, Tassos J. Paphites ’79 and Joanne Renn will be honored for their decades of support to the University’s intercollegiate athletics program. Details regarding the induction ceremony will be forthcoming.

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July

Jul 26 - 31

Sacred Music Summer Conference

Sacred Music Summer Conference
July 26-31, 2021
 
Wesleyan Sacred Music Institute’s annual Sacred Music Summer Conference will feature some 48 workshop sessions led by a host of nationally recognized clinicians including Dr. Kevin Fenton (choral artistry & conducting), Dr. Mary Elizabeth Bringle (hymn-writing and engaging multiple intelligences through song), Victor Johnson (diversity and inclusion activities, developing choral sound), Emily Shackleford (building music ministry), Dr. Wayne Wold (organ, hymn festivals), Alan Reese (handbells), Rev. Janet James (Celtic & Jazz services), Rev. Casey Wait (storytelling), Claudia Moorad (pre-school music), Amanda Page Smith (children’s music), Dr. Eric Bermani (working with the liturgical year), and VWU professors Dr. Craig Wansink (inspired preaching), and Dr. Terry Lindvall (hymns in the movies), and more! Evening events will include an opening chapel Christian Celtic service led by Rev. Janet James, a midweek Festival Worship with the Wesleyan Worship Choir directed by Victor Johnson, and handbell choirs from area churches led by Al Reese, a hymn festival designed and led by Dr. Wayne Wold, and the traditional finale featuring the Wesleyan Festival chorus conducted by Dr. Kevin Fenton with the Wesleyan Brass led by Lawrence Clemens.
 
Stay tuned for details on in-person or online sessions. 

August

Aug 20

Summer Session Ends