Thank you to everyone who joined us in Houston for the 2019 Annual Conference. We were excited to have 950 people from 49 states and 4 different countries (Canada, Singapore, the Bahamas, and the United States) in attendance.
NODA Gives Back:
Through our partnership with the Hilton, we were able to donate 185 pounds of food to Second Servings, which provides meals to various shelters in Houston.
All remaining books from the Authors Events and exhibit hall were donated to the Houston Public Library Foundation
354 total Cupanion reuses provided clean water to the Navajo Clean Water Project and prevented 2.124 pounds of ocean pollution and 155.76 pounds of CO2 emissions.
Congratulations to the Winners:
During the opening ceremony, many of our members were recognized for the contributions they are making to the OTR field. Please join us in congratulating the award winners below:
President's Award: Beth Lingren Clark, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Outstanding OTR Professional: Shannon Calega, University of Tampa
Outstanding New OTR Professional: Eric Carnaje, University of Vermont
Innovative Program: Veteran Student Orientation, University of South Carolina
Outstanding Research: Dr. Re'Shanda Grace-Bridges, University of Dayton
Outstanding Graduate Student Leadership: Ena Walker, University of Georgia
Outstanding Mentor: Pearson, Florida State University
Outstanding NODA Intern: Quinn Peoples, interned at Seattle University
Outstanding NODA Intern: Jacey Goerlitz, interned at University of Virginia
Norman K. Russell Scholarship: Lyndsey Williams Mayweather, Augusta University
Norman K. Russell Scholarship: Emily Wheeler, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Outstanding Non-Print Media or Emerging Technologies: University of Victoria
Outstanding Publication for New Students or Families: West Virginia University
Outstanding Handbook: University of North Dakota
Outstanding Brochure or Booklet: Texas A&M University