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67th NODA Annual Conference Presentations
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Too many good Educational Sessions to choose from?  Don't worry, we have presentations!  Below you will find a list of all the Educational Sessions at the 67th NODA Annual Conference.  Sessions listed in orange have attached presentations for your reference.  Unfortunately, sessions listed in black do not have presentations attached.  


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Title of Session

Ed Session Block
"Our Ancestors had Tails" - The Evolution of a Community College Orientation ProgramEd Session 1
25 and Over: A Socially Mature Matriculation Approach for Adult LearnersEd Session 9
A Catalyst for Change: The University of Edinburgh's new approach to OrientationEd Session 3
A Legacy of Learning with Portfolio AssessmentEd Session 5
A Year-Long Volunteer Peer Mentorship Program to Enhance Student Transition and Academic Success Ed Session 8
Academic Advising Roundtable Ed Session 3
Access Funding While Leveraging Your Needs with External VendorsEd Session 8
Applying What We Know about Student Learning to Orientation Programming Ed Session 8
Are We Hiring the Right Students? Exploring Personality Traits and Job Performance Among Student Leaders.Ed Session 9
Back to Basics: Reconceiving a First Year Experience Program that Starts with the 'Why'Ed Session 10
Battling Information Overload: Establishing Actionable Learning Outcomes to Maximize the Content of Your Orientation SessionEd Session 6
Becoming a Privateer: from prospective student to new Privateer, #YearUNOEd Session 2
Begin with the End in Mind: Strategies to Build or Improve your Transfer Orientation Leader ProgramEd Session 6
Beyond Academic Advising: Engaging Faculty in Community College Orientation ProgramsEd Session 7
Beyond Orientation: Creating a Student Life CurriculumEd Session 9
Beyond the Check Box: Orientation Programming to Meet the Needs of the Campus SaVE ActEd Session 4
Building A Summer Orientation Camp--You Can Do It! Ed Session 4
Building Collaborations of Depth and Meaning into Orientation Ed Session 10
Challenging Students to Dare Greatly: Empathy in Peer Leadership Ed Session 10
cOmmuTeRs: Orienting, Transitioning and Retaining First Year Commuter Students at a Small, Residential Campus Ed Session 9
Connecting to Careers: Integrating Student Development and Career Development into OrientationEd Session 6
Creating a Relevant and Successful Overnight Orientation ProgramEd Session 7
Creating Connections through Discussing Diversity Differently at Extended OrientationEd Session 7
Data Driven Transfer TransformationEd Session 4
Designing Orientation: How the Arts have Enhanced Lesley University's Orientation ProgramsEd Session 7
Developing a Mandatory Eight Day Welcome Week Program that Supports Student PersistenceEd Session 5
Digital Communication #buildingcommunities #informationshare #engagestudents #buildabrandEd Session 10
Disney Fanatics, Future Doctors and Veteran Students: Using Self-Select Groups To Improve Retention and Peer-to-Peer Connections Ed Session 10
Empowering Leadership and Social Justice through a Common Read Ed Session 3
Engaging Special Populations: Modifying Your Orientation and Transition Programs to Stay Relevant to the Needs of All Student GroupsEd Session 9
Enrolling and Supporting Undocumented Latino/a Students in Higher EducationEd Session 3
Ensuring a Rock Solid TRANSFERmation: Contemporary Strategies for Recruiting and Retaining Transitioning StudentsEd Session 8
Exploring Theories: Digital Realities & Identity DevelopmentEd Session 6
Extended Orientation Program Persistence Rates: Texas A&M's Six Year Longitudinal AssessmentEd Session 9
Extended Session: Blazing Trails - Supporting Successful Transitions between Two-Year and Four-Year Institutions Ed Session 9
Extended Session: EO Talks (Extended Orientation) - Creating an extended orientation program for new students to leave their legacy! Ed Session 7
Extended Session: Moving from "I Believe" to "I Know" - Strategies for Assessing New Student Programs Ed Session 4
First 40: A Series of Social and Cultural Programming for New Students Ed Session 4
First Year Experience without a First Year "Office" - Collaborations and Intentionality in Retention EffortsEd Session 7
First-Generation Students at a Four-Year Residential University - Navigating the Worlds of Home and SchoolEd Session 2
Fostering Self-Authorship in the Transfer Student ExperienceEd Session 3
From Boots to Books: Creating a Student Veteran Orientation that Supports Their NeedsEd Session 3
From Everywhere and Nowhere: Meeting the Orientation Needs of Third Culture StudentsEd Session 2
From Helicopter to Helpful: Managing an Effective Partnership with Today’s College Parent Ed Session 3
From Theory to Practice: Managing and Engaging Digital EnvironmentsEd Session 8
Girls Fight Back! Ed Session 8
Going Back to the Drawing Board: Redesigning a First Year Mentoring Program at a Small CollegeEd Session 6
Goldilocks' Ice Breakers: Not too Low, Not too High, Just the Right Risk! Ed Session 6
Graduate Student Network Meeting for Interested ProfessionalsEd Session 3
Hot Off the Press: 2014 NODA DatabankEd Session 7
How to Enhance your Training Programs through AssessmentEd Session 4
How To Liberate The Leader In Every Student: The Student Leadership Challenge Experience Ed Session 2
Ignite Your OTR Research Passion!Ed Session 8
Improve Communication with Text and Mobile Technology Ed Session 5
Investigating the Academic and Social Benefits of Extended New Student Orientation (Welcome Week) for First-Year StudentsEd Session 3
Invigorating the Week of Welcome through Welcome Week LeadersEd Session 2
It Starts with Orientation: Connecting Student Leadership Development to RetentionEd Session 5
Keeping New Student Communication Relevant Ed Session 7
Keeping Students Engaged Post-ExperienceEd Session 4
Leadership Based Camps: Promoting Involvement before Students Set Foot on CampusEd Session 6
Leadership Dogs Ed Session 10
Learning Cultures: Equipping International Students with Information Key to Succeeding in the US Classroom Ed Session 8
Learning to Leap: Using Experiential Education and Collaborative Learning to Enhance Student Perceptions of Self-Confidence in the First-Year SeminarEd Session 1
Leaving a Legacy: Fostering an Environment for Orientation Leaders to Leave their Mark Ed Session 3
Lessons from The Mouse: Utilizing and applying some of Walt Disney's philosophies to your Orientation program Ed Session 5
Lessons Learned about Orientation, Transition, and Retention from the Pillars of the ProfessionEd Session 7
Likert or Not, Evaluation is Here to StayEd Session 3
Listen Up! Ed Session 9
Living LOUD! Ed Session 6
Lynchburg College Legacy: Blazing the Path to Staying Relevant In FYEEd Session 7
Mitigating Selection Bias in the Student Staff Hiring Process Ed Session 6
Navigating the Role of New Professional: Transition, Trials and Tips in the First YearEd Session 7
Navigating Uncharted Territory: Minors at Orientation ProgramsEd Session 6
NODA Consulting Program Review Ed Session 1
NODA Leadership and You Ed Session 4
One Year Out: Navigating Life as a New Professional Ed Session 1
Open Door: A Social Justice Approach within Advising Ed Session 8
Optimizing Cross-Campus Collaboration for a Refreshed University-Wide WelcomeEd Session 1
Orientation en Español: Involving Families through Program TranslationEd Session 4

Orientation in Español: Supporting Latino/a Students and their Families' Transition into Higher Education

Ed Session 1
Orientation is Retention: Using the Universal Language of Data to Illustrate the Long-Term Benefits of Orientation to Colleagues at a Two-Year InstitutionEd Session 4
Orientation Leaders as Trailblazers: Creating a Successful Training ProgramEd Session 2
Orientation TECH Talks: Using technology to enhance the nuts and bolts of your Orientation program.Ed Session 2
Overhauling Transition Programs through Assessment and Stakeholder InvolvementEd Session 1
Parallel Transition: How the University of Florida uses -Learning to Develop Online Orientation Programs Complimentary to Their In-Person OrientationEd Session 5
Parents and Families as Partners in Student Success Ed Session 10
Responding to Legislative Mandates in Creating an Innovative Individualized Student Transition PlanEd Session 5
Retention to the 4th Power: Not Your Average Retention ModelEd Session 3
Rural Student College Transitions: A Qualitative Research StudyEd Session 10
Serve to Be Great: Leadership Lessons from a Prison, a Monastery, and a Board RoomEd Session 1
Service and the Orientation Experience: Student Engagement, Reflection and Retention Ed Session 4
Sharing One Heartbeat As An Orientation Team! Ed Session 9
Staying Relevant for New Students: Implementing a Strategic Communication PlanEd Session 9
Staying Relevant: A Benchmark Study of Social Justice Diversity ProgramsEd Session 7
Student Success: A Partnership between Academic and Student Affairs to Achieve "Our Ultimate Measure" in a mandatory Student Success course at a Two-Year CollegeEd Session 2
Success Starts With You: Enrolling Colleagues in a Student Success Culture Ed Session 1
Supporting New Students: Comparing Student and Administrator Perception of NeedsEd Session 1
Tackling Transitions with Parents & FamiliesEd Session 2
The College Conversation: A Model for Creating a Shared Understanding of Integrity through Deliberative Dialogue during OrientationEd Session 6
The Dimensions of DevelopmentEd Session 10
The Future of Orientation: Engaging New Students via Mobile Ed Session 5
The Law of Legacy: A Class Photo ExperienceEd Session 1
The Orientation Family: Becoming More than a TeamEd Session 9
The Road to Xavier: Successfully Implementing an Online Orientation ProgramEd Session 9
The Social Excellence Project: Spreading Human Connection Ed Session 7
Theory to Practice in the Real World Ed Session 10
Trailblazing Innovative Relationships to Engage Families: A Partnership between Student Affairs, Alumni Engagement, and University DevelopmentEd Session 3
Trailblazing the Bridge between Faculty and Staff Retention EffortsEd Session 5
Trailblazing Via Self-Assessment: Introduction to the CAS StandardsEd Session 6
Trailblazing: A New Approach to Student's Residential TransitionEd Session 4
Transfer 101: Practices for Customizing Orientation to Better Support Transfer Students Ed Session 8
Transfer Express Orientation: A Benchmarking ProjectEd Session 1
Transition Programs for Student Veterans Ed Session 2
Transitions Also Happen in Year 2: A National Portrait of How Institutions Shape the Beginning College Experience Ed Session 8
Twice as Nice: Teaming Up to Improve the Transfer Student ExperienceEd Session 10
Understanding the Diversity Between Your Orientation LeadersEd Session 10
University Spirit: Building Affinity to Increase LoyaltyEd Session 1
Using Student Development Theory to Build the Foundation of Your Transfer Student ProgrammingEd Session 6
Utilizing our Best Resources: Peer Leaders as an Integral Part of the First Year ExperienceEd Session 3
Utilizing Technologies for RetentionEd Session 4
When Both Commitment and Connecting is Desired: Enter the NODA Internship ProgramEd Session 5
Writing for Professional Advancement: Conducting Orientation, Retention, and Transition ResearchEd Session 4
Writing for Publication...You Can Do It! Ed Session 5
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