Fairfax University of America’s Academic Affairs team, Dr. Ron Kovach, Vice President, and Ms. Tanith Fowler Corsi, M.A, visited the Embassy of Portugal in Washington, DC as part of the University’s ongoing strategic embassy outreach initiative.
Fairfax University of America’s end of summer ESL potluck brought a medley of flavors to the table as students from 8 countries – Ethiopia, Afghanistan, Iran, Iraq, Venezuela, Nicaragua, Turkey, and Mongolia – shared their national traditional dishes and stories with FXUA fellow students and instructors.
Applications are still being accepted for Fairfax University of America Regional Scholarships. FXUA is offering up to 18 scholarships to incoming fall students from the following countries: – North America and the Caribbean – Central and South America – Sub-Saharan Africa – East Asia and the Pacific – Europe and Eurasia – Middle-East and North […]
Fairfax University of America is committed to ensuring that its online courses and programs employ best practices based on the existing research literature. Course-development goals are focused on ensuring the highest levels of student learning, interaction, and engagement.
On the heels of Croatia’s World Cup achievements, Dr. Kovach, FXUA Vice President for Academic Affairs and Ms. Fowler Corsi, Academic Affairs, visited the Embassy of Croatia in Washington, DC to discuss possible academic collaboration with universities in Croatia. This latest European embassy visit is part of FXUA’s strategic summer embassy outreach designed to create […]
As part of FXUA’s ongoing strategic outreach to Washington, DC-based embassies, Dr. Klara Bilgin, Dean of FXUA’s School of Public & International Affairs, and Ms. Tanith Fowler Corsi, FXUA Academic Affairs, recently took a tour from the Balkans to the Baltics by visiting the embassy of Bulgaria (Dr. Bilgin’s home country) and the embassy of […]
This summer, FXUA’s School of Computer Information Systems offered a first-time STEM boot camp geared to Washington, D.C-area high schools students in grades 9 to 12. The STEM boot camp was designed to challenge and engage high school students interested in the cutting-edge fields of Cybersecurity, Coding and Artificial Intelligence. The FXUA Summer STEM boot […]
In June 2018, the FXUA Academic Affairs community was pleased to welcome Ms. Tanith Fowler Corsi as its new Academic Affairs Coordinator. Ms. Fowler Corsi brings over twenty years of experience working in international higher education at universities, non-profit organizations, and international education companies. She has worked extensively in education abroad at George Mason University […]
Mr. Deepak Gyawali is the recipient of a 2018 Google Developer Challenge Scholarship. The scholarship is a partnership between Udacity and Google to provide resources for people to meet current development demands.
For some time now, we have been featuring student voices on the FXUA Website and Blog. It is a nice change of pace to gain faculty perspective on what makes FXUA unique, and a wonderful place to study as well. One of our instructors, Jason Cherubini, talks here about his experiences teaching in the School […]
One of the lesser known facts about our institution are the financial benefits that we provide to different individuals. FXUA is n authorized provider of Veteran’s benefits to the US Armed Forces. We are able to offer great opportunities for students to come and study at our institution while receiving great benefits in funding from […]
Fairfax University of America (FXUA) and the University American College Skopje (UACS), located in the Skopje, Republic of Macedonia entered into an Academic Collaboration on June 18, 2012, during a signing ceremony hosted at FXUA’s campus in Fairfax, Virginia. The agreement focuses on on educational and scholarly cooperation between the universities, as well as in […]
Written by Ariunaa Dashtsogt, FXUA MBA Student Fairfax University of America is developing in such a dynamic way. We are improving our cooperation with other universities and educational institutions both domestically and internationally. As FXUA builds concrete relationships with universities outside of the United States, we enable many prospective students to receive high quality education […]
On March 17, 2012 the Rock N Roll Marathon Series came to Washington, DC. The Rock N Roll Race series travels around the country and allows participants to run in either a half- or full marathon. Additionally, the tour goes to parts of Europe as well. Perhaps, what is really interesting about the marathon series […]
Reported by FXUA MBA Student, Ariunaa Dashtsogt Louis Armstrong’s signature piece, “What A Wonderful World” filled the auditorium as hundreds filed in for Dr. Jennifer Bailey’s lecture “Is World Power Shifting East?” on a sunny Sunday afternoon in Silver Spring, Maryland. At the front of the auditorium, Dr. Bailey stood resplendent in a technicolor, gold-embroidered, […]
Today marks the official beginning of the National Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington, DC! Each year, FXUA students travel the short 20 miles from our university into Washington, DC to view the beautiful Cherry Blossom trees on the National Mall. For those of you who aren’t aware, those trees have a rich history. In 1912 […]
Fairfax University of America (FXUA), located in Fairfax, Virginia the launch of Professional Development Workshops for Business Leaders and Academicians, designed to help prepare participants to teach and conduct business in English language settings. The Program is designed for participants who already possess a general proficiency in the English language. Our six-week program has been […]
FXUA is very proud to announce that MBA Student, Dixon Peters has earned his Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification from the Project Management Institute (PMI). PMI is a non-profit organization that was founded in 1969. PMI has over 600,000 members and operates in approximately 185 countries worldwide. PMI is the premier institute in awarding PMP […]
In the past five years, the face of the global economy has seen drastic shifts. There have been major financial crises in what is generally considered the world’s top-performing countries ranging from housing market crashes, to increased unemployment rates, to unpredictability in the stock exchange, and heightened oil prices. The United States has been no […]