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Trailblazing • Staying Relevant • Leaving a Legacy

What comes to mind when you think of the words trailblazing, relevance, and legacy? Do we think of people? Do we think of places? Do we think of things?

Or do we think of ourselves? You. Me. We.

Bringing together students and professionals from all across the world, the 67thNODA Annual Conference in Orlando, Florida, will challenge you to think of these words within the context of our profession. What is it that we do that is trailblazing? How do we stay relevant? And perhaps, most importantly, how do we leave our mark on ourselves, our students, the places we work, and our field of Orientation, Transition, and Retention.

The NODA Annual Conference is your opportunity to become educated about the trends and best practices while engaging in current research within our field. In addition, come to network with colleagues from the field, spend time exploring the great city of Orlando, and further develop yourself as an expert in the field of orientation, transition, and retention.

Whether you are a new or senior member of the orientation, transition, and retention field, we look forward to hosting you in Orlando, a city built by innovation and creativity. Join us as we learn from each other and together, we can determine the path for the future.

Future Conference Dates & Locations:
2015 Annual Conference
October 24 - October 27
Denver, CO

2016 Annual Conference
November 5 - November 8
Indianapolis, IN

2017 Annual Conference
November 5 - November 8
Louisville, KY

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