For release: March 1, 2013
For press information, contact Kate Howard, 901-678-2566
The University of Memphis will host more than 1,900 college orientation leaders, staff
members and students March 15-17 for the Southern Regional Orientation Workshop (SROW),
the Region VI Conference of the National Orientation Directors Association (NODA).
Region VI is the largest NODA region, comprising nine states – Alabama, Florida, Georgia,
Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee. Region
VI is known for its NODA involvement, spirit and energy, and it is the annual home
to NODA’s largest regional conference: SROW. This year’s conference is themed “Blue
Professionals and students will have an opportunity to network and learn about orientation
and transition trends in higher education. In addition to educational sessions, activities will include undergraduate and graduate
case study competitions; a song, skit and dance competition; a service project; and
T-shirt and banner competitions.
“We are delighted to host such a large regional conference at the University of Memphis
and to play host to 1,700-plus undergraduate students from colleges and universities
across the southeastern United States,” said Kate Howard, conference co-chair and
the U of M’s senior associate director of Admissions for Recruitment and Orientation.
“Our hope is that students and professionals walk away with the ability to implement
best practices in the field of orientation at their home institutions.”
More information is available online at https://noda.site-ym.com/?page=region_6_conference or by phone at 901-678-2566.