NODA invites you to submit a proposal to present an
educational session at the 2015 NODA Annual Conference in Denver, Colorado.
Shared knowledge between members is the hallmark of the Annual Conference and cornerstone
to NODA’s mission to provide education,
leadership, and professional development in the fields of college student
orientation, transition, and retention.
Proposals should include specific participant
learning outcomes and grounding in both research and theoretical frameworks.
Additionally, proposals must address how the information presented can be
adapted to different types and sizes of institutions. NODA is searching for
sessions across the three focus areas: orientation, transition, and retention. Click
here to view the Association-approved examples of orientation, transition, and
Proposals are due Wednesday April 1, 2015 at 11:59:59
The lead presenter must be a
current Professional or Graduate member of NODA.
All educational sessions at the
conference will be 50 minutes in length.
Each program proposal will be
reviewed by at least three experienced members of the Association, who have
presented at an Annual Conference.
Reviewer feedback will be provided
for all submissions, accepted and not accepted.
Program reviewers will be
solicited later in February.
In the coming weeks, we will release more details about programming
highlights for the 2015 conference. Look
for these details and an announcement of our very special featured
Please do not hesitate to contact us with questions at
email@example.com. We look forward to seeing your submissions!
Brett Bruner Fort Hays State University Chair, 2015 NODA Annual Conference
Heather Maginnis University of Delaware Educational Programs & Evaluations Co-Chair
Zach Manning Texas Tech University Educational Programs & Evaluations Co-Chair