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 Orientation

Creating a Comprehensive Post-Orientation Family Engagement Experience
Alyssa Mustard, Graduate Assistant for Family & Transfer Engagement
NASPA Region IV-West Conference
Beaver Creek CO, November 2015

Comprehensive Family Engagement Experience 


Supporting the New Student Experience through Intentional Transition Collaborations
Brett Bruner, Director of Transition & Student Conduct
NASPA Regional IV-West Conference
Beaver Creek, CO, November 2015

Intentional Transition Collaborations


Elevating Student Integration, Support & Transition Through a Comprehensive Living & Learning Community Experience
Brett Bruner, Director of Transition & Student Conduct
Alyssa Mustard, Graduate Assistant for Family & Transfer Engagement
NASPA Regional IV-West Conference
Beaver Creek, CO, November 2015

Elevating Student Integration  

 
Planning a Purposeful Path:  Mission Driven Programming
Jacob Patrick, Graduate Assistant for New Student Programs & Community Standards
w/ShaRhonda Maclin, McPherson College
NODA Annual Conference
Denver, CO, October 2015

 
Reaching the Transition Summit Together
Alyssa Mustard, Graduate Assistant for Family & Transfer Engagement
Holly Weiss, Graduate Assistant for Learning Communities & Student Life
NODA Annual Conference
Denver, CO, October 2015

 
Transition Summit
Brett Bruner, Director of Transition & Student Conduct
w/Dr. Rachel Beech, University of Arizona
Allan Blattner, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
Ken Brill, Augustana College
Stephanie Gordon, NASPA
Mark Koepsell, Association of Fraternity/Sorority Advisors
Dr. Beth Lingren Clark, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities
Dr. John Taylor, Association of College Unions International
Dr. Jennifer Waller, Association for Student Conduct Administration
NODA: Annual Conference
Denver, CO, October 2015

Transition Summit 

 
2015 Regional Innovative Programs of the Year Highlights - Transition Programs
Alyssa Mustard, Graduate Assistant for Family & Transfer Engagement
w/Kelly Alvarado, Gonzaga University
Erin Sine, University of Utah
Amy Barnhart, Eatern Michigan University
NODA Annual Conference
Denver, CO, October 2015
 

 
2015 Regional Innovative Programs of the Year Highlights - Orientation Program
John Gettemeyer, Graduate Assistant for Transition Initiatives & Student Conduct Outreach
w/Kirsten Moss, California State University-Channel Islands
Shannon Gilligan Wehr, University of Nebraska-Omaha
Eddie Higginbotham, University of Georgia
NODA Annual Conference
Denver, CO, October 2015

 
Patience Required: Integrating the O, T & R
Brett Bruner, Director of Transition & Student Conduct
w/Missy Wikle, Oklahoma State University
 NODA Annual Conference
 Denver, CO, October 2015

Patience Required


Family Engagement Beyond Orientation
Alyssa Mustard, Graduate Assistant for Transfer Engagement
NODA Annual Conference
Denver, CO, October 2015

 
Engaging Students & Families in Financial Literacy Efforts through Orientation, Transition & Retention
Brett Bruner, Director of Persistence & Retention
Midwest College Success Conference: Improving Access & Retention through Financial Literacy
Wichita, KS, April 2015

Engaging Students & Families in Financial Literacy Efforts through Orientation, Transition & Retention 


Building Lasting Traditions Above & Beyond Everyday Programming
Brett Bruner, Director of Persistence & Retention
w/Randy Flowers, Baker University
Kansas Student Affairs: Committed to Student Success Conference
Salina, KS, April 2015

Building Lasting Traditions

 
Not Only Meeting the Needs of Families During Orientation, but Throughout the Year
Alyssa Mustard, Graduate Assistant for Family & Transfer Engagement
Alma Hidalgo, Multicultural Recruitment Admissions Counselor/Graduate Intern for Extended Orientation & Transition Initiatives
NODA: Association for Orientation, Transition & Retention in Higher Education Region IV Conference
St. Louis, MO, February 2015

 
Filling the Gap with Institutional Mission Driven Practices
Jacob Patrick, Graduate Assistant for First Year Experience & Orientation
w/ShaRonda Maclin, McPherson College
NODA: Association for Orientation, Transition & Retention in Higher Education Region IV Conference
St. Louis, MO, February 2015 

 
Engaging University Advancement Partners in Your Orientation, Transition & Retention Program

Brett Bruner, Director of Persistence & Retention
NODA: Association for Orientation, Transition & Retention in Higher Education Region IV Conference
St. Louis, MO, February 15

Engaging University Advancement Partners in Your OTR Program

  
Patience is Key: Integrating Orientation, Transition & Retention
Brett Bruner, Director of Persistence & Retention
w/Missy Wikle,Oklahoma State University
NODA: Association for Orientation, Transition & Retention i Higher Education Region IV Conference
St. Louis, MO, February 2015

Patience is Key

 
Taking Schlossberg into the Outdoors
Isaac Ortega, Graduate Assistant for International Student Services/Graduate Intern for Extended Orientation & Transition Initiatives
NODA: Association for Orientation, Transition & Retention in Higher Education Region IV Conference
St. Louis, MO, February 2015
 
 
Gender Based Violence Awareness Campaign Within Orientation Services
Drew Lail, 2014 Summer NODA Intern for First Year Experience & International Student Services
Poster Session - CODA: Association for Orientation, Transfer & Retention in Higher Education Annual
Conference, Orlando, FL, November 2014


Partnering with Parents & Families for Student Success
Brett Bruner, Director of Persistence & Retention
w/Cassy Bailey & Teresa Clounch, Baker University
Kansas Student Affairs Conference
Lawrence, KS October 2014

Partnering with Parents Families for Student Success

 
Engaging Faculty in Your Orientation, Transition & Retention Programs
Brett Bruner, Director of Persistence & Retention
Kansas Collaborating for Student Success: Student Development & Academic Affairs Conference
Lindsborg, KS, April 24

Engaging Faculty in Your Orientation, Transition and Retention Programs 


Building Lasting Traditions Above & Beyond Everyday Programming
Brett Bruner, Director of Persistence & Retention
w/Randy Flowers, Baker University
NODA: Association for Orientation, Transition & Retention in Higher Education Region IV Conference
Houston, TX, February 2014

Building Lasting Traditions   

 
Creating a Seamless Plan for First Year Student Transitions
Brett Bruner, Director of Persistence & Retention
w/Kristen Neeley, Missouri Western Univeristy
NODA: Association for Orientation, Transition & Retention in Higher Education Region IV Conference
Houston, TX, February 2014

Creating a Seamless Plan for First Year Student Transitions 

 
Using Edutainment at Parent Orientation/Transition Programs
NASPA Parent & Family Relations Knowledge Community, Summer 2013 Newsletter

http://archive.naspa.org/files/PFRKCNewsletterSummer20131.pdf


Advising & Supporting the Introverted Orientation Leader
Brett Bruner, Director of Persistence & Retention
w/Randy Flowers, Baker University
National Orientation Directors Association Region IV Conference
Little Rock, AR, February 2013

Advising & Supporting the Introverted Orientation Leader powerpoint

 

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