Upcoming events

    • 07/08/2019
    • 8:15 AM - 4:00 PM
    • Miami University, Middletown Campus
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    The 23rd Annual OHAAA Conference will be hosted at Miami University (Middletown Campus) on Monday, July 8, 2019. This best-value event for professional development provides an excellent opportunity for ideas and presenting the excellent work taking place across college campuses across the state of Ohio. The theme this year will be "Oasis of Advising" with guest speaker Dr. Deb Hendricks from Bowling Green State University. 

    Dr. Deborah Hendricks completed the Doctor of Education in Leadership Studies program from Bowling Green State University. She conducted research on the impact of mindfulness training and use of the 10% Happier phone app among advisors. She serves as an academic advisor and is a Certified Family Life Educator (CFLE). In addition, she has presented on the topic of mindfulness at regional and national levels. Deborah developed a mindfulness course for first-year college students and professional development curriculum (MindfulnessPD) for employees as part of a workplace wellness program.

    OHAAA Social- July 7th, 6:00 pm-8:00 pm at Middletown O'Charleys (attached to the hotel for those staying overnight!)

    Hotel Accommodations - Drury Inn Hotel. There is a Miami discount rate on this page for the rate of $99 a night!

    Are you interested in leading a presentation or panel discussion? Submit your proposal here!

    Note: session presentations are not limited to the scope of mindfulness and advising.


Past Conferences

22nd Annual Conference

Theme: "Prove It: The Importance of Using Data and Analytics in Advising"

July 16, 2018

Ohio University


21st Annual Conference

Theme: "The Power of Networks"

June 16, 2017

Cleveland State University



20th Annual Conference

Theme: "OHAAA Celebrates 20 Years!"

June 17, 2016

Lourdes University

19th Annual Conference

Theme: "Feeling the heat in academic advising:  Igniting the spark of learning, fanning the flames, putting out fires."

May 29, 2015

Miami University at Hamilton

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