Skip to main content

Peavey and Lytle Honored at NODA Conference

Peavey and Lytle Honored at NODA Conference

Alfred
State College Director of Student Activities and Orientation Spencer Peavey,
and Assistant Director of Student Activities and Orientation, Antonio-Philip
Lytle, were honored at a recent National Orientation Directors Association
(NODA) conference.

Peavey was presented
the Outstanding Orientation Professional award.  This honor/certificate is
provided once a year in the region to an orientation professional who shows
outstanding contributions to the orientation, retention, and transition
profession (e.g., research, publications, presentations, etc.).  Peavey
has been involved with NODA since 2003.  He's currently the upstate New
York coordinator for NODA as well as the facilitator for the Regional
Orientation Leader Institute (ROLI).  ROLI is a two-day leadership
workshop for experienced Orientation Leaders.  This past year, ROLI had
over 18 different colleges send 38 students to attend this intensive workshop

Lytle was presented
with an award for the region's best presentation, "Incorporating Service into
Your Orientation Program."  Colleges and Universities from 14 states and
five Canadian provinces sent representatives to this conference.  Lytle's
presentation was considered tops among over 35 other presentations held during
the conference weekend; it reviewed how Alfred State College's New Student
Service Day, held every year for new students, incorporated service learning
into New Student the college's new student orientation.