G R E AT L A K E

G R E AT L A K E

G R E AT L A K E S R E G I O N V REGIONAL MEETING NACADA ANNUAL CONFERENCE OCTOBER 9, 2014 MINNEAPOLIS, MN Great Lakes Region V Region V Steering Committee

2013-14 Deb Dotterer, Chair Brody Broshears, Past Chair Tom Owens, Michigan Theresa Hitchcock, Indiana, Conference Co- Chair Teri Farr, Illinois Jeanette Berger, Ohio Jo Stewart, Ontario Angela Swenson-Holzinger, Wisconsin

Joshua Morrison, Conference Co-Chair HAPPY BIRTHDAY Tom and Brody!!! Incoming Steering Committee Members 2014-16 Facts About Region V Region V is the largest of the 10

regions! Over 1600 members strong! Awarded over $7000.00 in grants and scholarships to our members! Broke regional conference attendance record at 2014 conference with over 500 participants! 2014 Goals I.

Develop and Sustain Effective Regional Leadership Had 3 or more candidates run for Liaison Positions

Was able to fill two mid term vacancies. Confirmed co-chairs for 2016 Regional Conference in Ontario Created Crossing Borders Grant to enhance participation in Province and State meetings by those not residing in the areas. 2014 Goals Engage in Ongoing assessment of all facets of the Association.

Developed survey questions and will distribute survey to all grants and scholarship awardees to assess effectiveness of the program. Pursue innovative technology tools & resources to support the Association. Actively utilized Facebook and Twitter during Regional Conference and are striving to increase usage between conferences.

Grants and Scholarships Awarded - 2014 Professional Development Grant Ginny Jackson The University of Akron Institutional Allied Organization Grant Melissa M. Gleckler the University of Toledo Individual Scholarships o o o Mary F. Moore-Geissler University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee

Jill Huynh University of Illinois at Chicago Cesar J. Jimenez Morton College Best of Region Presentation Courtney Drew Carthage College Ryan Ringhand Carthage College Great Lakes Great Leaders Year Two Leaders and Mentors Ebony Green Wayne State University

Leader Anita Carter Wayne State University Mentor Sherry Winkle Bradley University Leader Mark Vetger Illinois State University - Mentor Great Lakes Great Leaders Year One Leaders and Mentors Diana L. Bumstead University of Waterloo Leader

Teri Farr - Eastern Illinois University Mentor Rhonda L. Christian Durham College Leader Mandy Metzger Carroll University Mentor Cesar J. Jimenez Morton College Leader Marty Lowman University of Windsor Mentor David Parry University of Akron Leader Brody Broshears University of Southern Indiana Mentor Kanchan A. Pavangadkar Michigan State University Leader Shannon L. Burton Michigan State University - Mentor Crossing Borders Grant

Jessica McKamey, Indiana University Bloomington Theresa Hitchcock, Indiana University Bloomington Heidi Jones, Ashland University Courtney Drew, Carthage College Mandy Metzger, Carroll University Joshua Dale Morrison, Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis

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A 2015 NACADA Research Symposium Youre in Indy anyway, so stick around . 2015 NACADA Research Symposium at Region V Friday, April 10 (starting after lunch) Saturday, April 11 (ending mid-afternoon) Come with an interesting topic and leave with a research plan! Contact Wendy Troxel ([email protected]) for details

Providing Professional Development Opportunities at the State, Province and Institutional level Through our Institutional and State Allied Organizations we have provided professional development opportunities to over 1000 academic advisors throughout the region! Providing Professional Development

Opportunities at the State, Province and Institutional level Congratulations to the 2014 NACADA Award Winners Region V Michael C. Holen Pacesetter Award Douglas Estry Michigan State University Outstanding Advising Administrator Kyle McCool IUPUI Shannon Esselink Oakland University Outstanding Advising Administrator

Certificate of Merit Mark Diekman Purdue University Congratulations to the 2014 NACADA Award Winners Region V Outstanding Advisor Primary Role Kami Weis University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point Laura Masterson IUPUI Outstanding Advisor Primary Role Certificates of Merit

Anneliese Kay Purdue University Cheryl Hutchins Western Illinois University Renee Ligeski Oakland University Congratulations to the 2014 NACADA Award Winners Region V Outstanding Advising Award Faculty Academic Advising Travis Nelson University of WisconsinPlatteville Outstanding Advising Award Faculty Academic Advising Certificate of Merit

Kathy Brady University of WisconsinWhitewater Congratulations to the 2014 NACADA Award Winners Region V Outstanding New Advisor Primary Certificate of Merit Alejandra Lopez University of Wisconsin Milwaukee Barbara Anderson University of Illinois Peter Vasher Purdue University Shannan Stryjewski Indiana University

Outstanding Institutional Advising Program Latin American Recruitment & Educational Services University of Illinois at Chicago Congratulations to the 2014 NACADA Scholarship Winners Region V Administrators Institute Scholarship Cesar Jimenez - Morton College Sheryl McGriff -University of Detroit - Mercy Assessment Institute Scholarship Shirley Bono- DePaul University

Wes R. Habley NACADA Summer Institute Scholarship Rhonda Christian- Durham College Congratulations to the 2014 NACADA Scholarship Winners Region V Student Research Award John Gipson Purdue University Graduate Student Regional Conference Scholarship Jessica Niedermayer - Mount Mary University

Jasmine Lee - Michigan State University Jen Oza - Grand Valley State University Cheng Tan - Grand Valley State University Nicholas Woodward - Grand Valley State University Tristin Cooper - Southern Illinois University Edwardsville - Congratulations to the 2014 NACADA Scholarship Winners Region V NACADA Research Symposium Scholarship Brianne Lauka Northern Illinois University Graduate Student Annual Conference

Scholarship Theresa Lyon - Grand Valley State University Chris Venable - Bowling Green State University NACADA Emerging Leaders Program 2012-14 Class: Bill Torgler, University of Akron (mentor) Deb Dotterer, Michigan State University (mentor) Jo Stewart, Brock University (mentor) 2013-15 Class

Kathy Stockwell, retired, Fox Valley Technical College (mentor) Anita Carter, Wayne State University (mentor) Michelle Ware, University of Notre Dame (leader) 2014-16 Class Wiona Porath Siena Heights University (leader) Shannon Burton, Michigan State University (mentor) Region V Celebrating Our Success, Positioning us for

the future. Survey of award winners to see where the grants and scholarships have taken them. Continuing to increase activity on social media Continuing to promote leadership opportunities throughout the region and within the global community Continuing to provide accessible professional development opportunities to advising professionals throughout the region.

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