Fall 2013 Dates for Miller Analogies Test (MAT) at the Reston Center

Marymount University’s Reston Center is a testing center for Pearson Education’s Miller Analogies Test (MAT).

Marymount Reston will offer the MAT on the following dates during the Fall 2013 semester:

Wednesday, September 4
Wednesday, October 2
Wednesday, November 6
Wednesday, December 4

Candidates should arrive at 9:30 a.m. to check in.The test begins at 10:00 a.m.

*FEE: $75 if registered before date of test
         $100 if registering day of test
*No refunds and funds cannot be forwarded to a future test date.

TO REGISTER:  (703) 284-5770 or reston@marymount.edu

You’re Invited: M.S. in Management Information Session & Luncheon 5/8

You are invited to join us for an Information Session and luncheon to learn about Marymount University’s Master’s in Management program. The event takes place at Marymount’s Reston Center on Wednesday, May 8 at 12 noon.

Cooper_thumbProgram Director Dr. Lorri Cooper will detail the objectives of the program and illustrate how the M.S. in Management can help advance your career. Learn about the admission process including Marymount’s unique graduate transfer agreement with the University of Virginia’s School of Continuing and Professional Studies.

Space is limited so please RSVP online now>>

Bring your questions and your appetite!

Business Student Advising at Marymount Reston 4/16 & 4/23

Undergraduate and graduate students in Marymount’s School of Business Administration are invited to meet with an academic adviser at the Reston Center on Tuesday, April 16 or Tuesday, April 23. Here’s an opportunity to review and plan your course options for upcoming semesters. An adviser will be available between 4:30-6:30PM on those dates.

Marymount students can RSVP for one of the dates here>>

NVFS’ Mary Agee discusses Challenges and Opportunities for Today’s Nonprofits

006Mary Agee, president and CEO of Northern Virginia Family Service (NVFS), discussed the challenges and opportunities facing modern nonprofits during her Thought Leader presentation at Marymount University’s Reston Center on April 5.

005Agee stressed the need for nonprofit managers to adapt to changes in the community. She based her comments on the highly-influential book Forces for Good and noted the authors’ emphasis on the adaptability of successful nonprofits.

Marymount Reston’s Thought Leader series is a quarterly event program featuring community leaders speaking on subjects aligned with the Reston Center’s undergraduate and graduate programs. Agee’s spoke in support of Marymount’s Nonprofit Graduate Certificate program at the Reston Center.

003For more information about upcoming events, subscribe to one of Marymount Reston’s enewsletters.