Neabsco Teacher, Instructor In London Trading Places
Christine Ianni has been accepted in the Fulbright Teacher Exchange Program for the 1990-91 academic year.
Ianni, a fifth-grade teacher at Neabsco Elementary School, will live in the United Kingdom and teach at St. Winifred Junior School in London.
Her counterpart at St. Winifred will teach fifth grade at Neabsco.
Ianni is one of about 450 American and foreign teachers from 20 countries who participate each year in the teaching exchange program.
NOVA Senate Chair
Michael King, an assistant professor of marketing and business law at Northern Virginia Community College, Woodbridge campus, has been elected chairman of the College Senate.
The senate is an advisory body to the college administration and represents faculty, staff and students from all five NOVA campuses as well as NOVA's Extended Learning Institute, a home-study branch.
King has taught at the Woodbridge campus for two years and was senate secretary last year. He has been a member of the Woodbridge Campus Council and various college committees.
Prince William Supervisor Terrence Spellane (I-Coles) has been appointed vice chairman of the Public Safety Policy Committee of the Virginia Municipal League.
The committee recommends league policy on public safety issues, including law enforcement, police and fire training, the court system and hazardous materials management.
Spellane is also a member of the National Association of Counties' Justice and Public Safety Steering Committee, the Virginia Association of Counties' Transportation Public Safety Policy Committee and the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments' Public Safety Committee.
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