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Dr. Richard Mullendore

Dr. Richard Mullendore

Richard Mullendore is a professor emeritus of College Student Affairs Administration at the University of Georgia. Prior to moving to the faculty, Mullendore served as the chief student affairs officer at the University of Mississippi and the University of Georgia. Mullendore, a former president of the National Orientation Directors Association (NODA), is a frequent conference presenter, speaker, and consultant on student learning, orientation, parent programs, and transfer students and has authored numerous publications. Most recently, he served as co-author of the 2014 publication, Navigating the First College Year: A Guide for Parents and Families. He was co-editor of the 2005 NASPA book Partnering With the Parents of Today's College Students, co-author of Helping Your First-Year College Student Succeed: A Guide for Parents (2000) and Empowering the Parents of First-Year College Students: A Guide for Success (2007). Mullendore edited the 1998 and 1995 editions of the Orientation Planning Manual and was co-editor of the first volume of Designing Successful Transitions: A Guide for Orienting Students to College, released in 1993. He has received several awards, including the Bob Leach Award for Outstanding Service to Students (NASPA, Region III), the Outstanding Contributions to the Orientation Profession Award (NODA), the Outstanding Professional Contribution Award (North Carolina College Personnel Association), and the President's Award (NODA).

 

 



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