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Webinar: Writing an Effective Annual Conference Educational Session Proposal
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2/21/2018
When: February 21, 2018
12:00-1:00pm
Where: United States
Contact: NODA
612-301-6632


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Writing an Effective Annual Conference Educational Session Proposal

Presented By:

Dr. Brett Bruner- Director of Transition & Student Conduct, Fort Hays State University
Eddie Higginbotham IV-
Assistant Director for Leadership & New Student Engagement/ Director UGA Dawg Camp, University of Georgia
Katie Murray-Director New student Programs, Towson University

Date and time: February 21, ,2018   12:00 pm - 1:00 pm CST / 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm EST

Description of Webinar: NODA members have many great program ideas and resources to share with other colleagues in orientation, transition, and retention. This webinar will discuss the process used and strategies to write an effective conference educational session program proposal for the 2018 NODA Annual Conference to share those great ideas with your peers.

About the Presenters: 

Dr. Brett Bruner: Dr. Brett Bruner serves as the Director of Transition & Student Conduct at Fort Hays State University. He also serves as a graduate faculty member in the Department of Advanced Education Programs, where he specializes in teaching higher education law and technology in student affairs courses for master’s-level graduate students. He holds an Ed.D. in Higher Education Leadership from Baker University, an M.S. in College Student Personnel Administration from the University of Central Missouri, and a B.S. in Business Administration from Emporia State University.

Eddie Higginbotham IV: Eddie Higginbotham IV is the Assistant Director for Leadership and New Student Engagement at the University of Georgia. In his role, he serves as the Director of the school’s extended orientation program, Dawg Camp. Prior to UGA, Eddie served as the Assistant Director of New Student & Family Programs at Florida State University where he also received his master’s degree. Eddie has worked as a Leadership Consultant and Expansion Coordinator for his fraternity’s international headquarters and earned his bachelor’s degree from Northwestern State University of Louisiana

Katie Murray: Katie Murray is the Director for New Student Programs at Towson University. She has been in that role since September 2015. Prior to working at TU, Katie served as the Associate Director for Recruitment, Events, and Orientation at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County; Associate Director for the Office of Orientation and Family Programs and Services at George Mason University; Assistant Director for Family Programs at Mason; and First-Year Mentor at Goucher College – all over Region 8! She earned her Master of Education degree at the University of South Carolina and her Bachelor’s degree in English at Frostburg State University.

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