Marianne Pandozzi, the daughter of Victor and Catherine Pandozzi of Fairfax, is among seven students at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University College of Architecture and Urban Studies (CAUS) to be recognized by the Blue Ridge Chapter of the American Institute of Architects for receiving AIA scholarships.

CAUS Dean Charles W. Steger and chapter president Jerome Henschel presented the students with certificates commending their "scholarly pursuit in the field of architecture." McLean Man Named to Foundation

Peter Halpin of McLean, vice president of World Resources Co., has been named vice president of the Northern Virginia Community College Educational Foundation. The nonprofit foundation was established to promote NVCC's development. It provides funding for college programs, educational loans and scholarships to students, and gifts, grants, and equipment. Halpin will serve a one-year term. Volunteer Awards Presented

The Virginia Recreation and Park Society has presented volunteer awards to the following Falls Church residents: Elaine Christensen, who works with the Senior Center; Westmoreland Duncan, an officer of the Golden Age Club, and Jack Finarelli, a youth basketball referee for 12 years. Legislative Coordinators Named

Paul Galvin of Manassas, Celia Barteau of Springfield, Jean Crawford of Arlington and Judy Helmich of Reston are among the 10 Virginia National Organization for Women state legislative coordinators for 1986. They will coordinate information between Virginia legislators and the state NOW organization.

Virginia NOW, established in 1972, has 26 chapters throughout the state. Fairfax Superintendent Named

Robert R. Spillane of Oakton, Superintendent of Fairfax County Schools, has been selected to serve on the National Governors' Association Task Force on Teaching, created to help governors identify steps they should be taking in the immediate future to help support teachers as professionals. Spillane is the only school superintendent on the task force. School Director Appointed

Robin G. Cyrnak of Springfield was recently named director of Different Drum Inc., a state-funded alternative school for students between 15 and 18 years of age. The school also offers counseling for students and their families. Cyrnak, who earned a master's degree in clinical psychology at West Virginia University, has been the assistant director of Different Drum since 1982. She is a specialist in family therapy.