The Fayetta M. Paulsen Accomplished Leader Award

The Fayetta M. Paulsen Accomplished Leader Award is presented by OCPA to a student affairs professional who has, through outstanding leadership, made significant contributions to the field and to the institution of which the professional is a part. The professional has achieved innovative responses in meeting the varied and emerging needs of today’s students.


The selection criteria for the Fayetta M. Paulsen Accomplished Leader Award are as follows:

  • Significant contributions to the field of student affairs and to the institution.
  • Evidence of serving as a role model to students and professionals.
  • Demonstrated leadership and innovation in the field by meeting students' needs.

Past Recipients 

 

 2017-18  Lacey Filkins, Kenyon College
 2016-17  Karen Hagans, Ashland University
 2015-16  Brandon Mikulski, The University of Akron
 2014-15  Dr. Roxanne DuVivier, Wright State University
 2013-14  Dr. Julie Ann Snyder, Bowling Green State University
 2008-13  Not Awarded
 2007-08  Dwayne Todd, Columbus College of Art & Design
 2006-07  Paul Putnam, Cleveland State University
 2003-05  Not Awarded
 2002-03  Robin Gagnow, Kent State University
 2001-02  Tracy Benner, Otterbein College
 1999-01  Not Awarded
 1998-99  Denise Reading, Baldwin Wallace University
 1994-98  Not Awarded
 1993-94  Dr. Fiona MacKinnon, Bowling Green State University

 

 

The Philip A. Tripp Distinguished Service Award

The Philip A. Tripp Distinguished Service Award is presented annually by OCPA to a student affairs professional in recognition of extended illustrious service to our field. The purpose of the award is to recognize seasoned members of the profession.


The selection criteria for the Philip A. Tripp Distinguished Service Award are as follows:

  • A minimum of fifteen (15) years of professional involvement in the field of student affairs.
  • Significant and outstanding contributions to the profession through administration, writing, teaching, research and service to professional organizations.

 

Past Recipients

 

 2017-18   Dr. Maureen Wilson, Bowling Green State University 
 2016-17  Not Awarded
 2015-16  Dr. John Messina, The University of Akron
 2014-15  Not Awarded
 2013-14  Dr. Peter Mather, Ohio University
 2012-13  John Berry, The Ohio State University - Newark & COTC
 2009-12  Not Awarded
 2008-09  Dan Abrahamowicz, Wright State University
 2007-08  Not Awarded
 2006-07  Chuck Rickard, Kent State University
 2005-06  Dr. Michael D. Coomes, Bowling Green State University
 2004-05  Not Awarded
 2003-04  Dr. Louise A. Douce, The Ohio State University
 2002-03  Dr. Nancy Scott, Kent State University
 2000-02  Not Awarded
 1999-00  Dr. Patrick Love, Kent State University
 1998-99  Dr. Robert Dubick, The University of Akron
 1995-98  Not Awarded 
 1994-95  Joanne, Risascher, Wright State University
 1993-94  Susan Eklund-Leen, Antioch College
 1992-93  Robert Gatti, Otterbein University
 1992-93  Dr. Derrell Hart, Miami University
 1991-92  Sue Heimann, Ashland University
 1990-91  Dr. Robert E. Oleson, Heidelberg University
 1989-90  Joel Rudy, Ohio University
 1989-90  Dr. Robert Young, Kent State University
 1988-89  Steve Markwood, Marietta College
 1988-89  Audrey Rentz, Bowling Green State University
 1987-88  Dr. Donald Schweingruber, Bluffton College
 1986-87  Dr. Robert Etheridge, Miami University
 1986-87  Dr. Alexander "Lex" Smith
 1985-86  Dr. Robert Rodgers, The Ohio State University
 1984-85  Dr. Fayetta Paulsen, Bowling Green State University
 1983-84  Not Awarded
 1982-83  Dr. Mark Noffsinger, Baldwin Wallace College
 1981-82  Dr. Gerald L. Saddlemire, Bowling Green State University

 

The Gerald L. Saddlemire Mentor Award

Gerald Saddlemire was an effective administrator, a true scholar, an educator, and a mentor who accepted each person as a unique individual, and believed that the ability and potential of those individuals was the profession’s greatest asset. This award is presented to the student personnel professional with a demonstrated history of mentorship who embodies and advances the true spirit and ideals of Dr. Gerald L. Saddlemire. 


The selection criteria for the Gerald L. Saddlemire Mentor Award are as follows:

  • Serves as a mentor and role model to graduate and/or undergraduate students and other student affairs professionals.
  • Known as a supportive and educational administrator.
  • Significant contributions to the ideals of the student affairs profession.

Past Recipients

 

 2017-18  John L. Frazier, The University of Mount Union
 2016-17  Dr. Jenny Hall-Jones, Ohio University
 2015-16  Not Awarded
 2014-15  Ryan Brechbill, Otterbein University
 2013-14  Not Awarded
 2012-13  Vicka Bell-Robinson, Miami University
 2011-12  Lisa Patterson Phillips, Otterbein University
 2010-11  Not Awarded
 2009-10  Karl Rishe, Case Western Reserve University
 2008-09  Verne Walker, Owens Community College
 2007-08  Kathy Morris, Wright State University
 2006-07  Jennifer Grube Vestal, Denison University
 2005-06  Kimberly M. Ferguson, Capital University
 2004-05  Dr. Edward Whipple, Bowling Green State University
 2003-04  Joyce Jadwin, Otterbein University
 2002-03  Eric L. Dicken, Case Western Reserve University
 2001-02  JoAnn Kroll, Bowling Green State University
 2000-01  Not Awarded
 1999-00  Dr. Oscar McKnight, Ashland University
 1998-99  Ralph Carapellotti, Baldwin Wallace University
 1996-98  Not Awarded
 1995-96  Sue Heimann, Ashland University
 1994-95  Frances Pearson, Ohio University
 1993-94  Jeanne Likins, JML Associates
 1992-93  Willie J. Young, The Ohio State University
 1991-92  Becky Smith, Otterbein University

 

The Mark G. Noffsinger New Professional Award

The Mark G. Noffsinger New Professional Award is presented annually at the OCPA conference to an individual with three years or less of full-time experience in the profession. This individual serves as a role model to students and professionals, demonstrates creativity and innovation in the field with the potential for continued success. 


The selection criteria for the Mark G. Noffsinger New Professional Award are as follows:

  • A maximum of three (3) years’ experience in the student affairs profession.
  • Serves as a role model to students and professionals.
  • Demonstrates creativity and innovation in the field with potential for continued success.

Past Recipients

 2017-18  Tiffany Seaman, Miami University
 2016-17  Not Awarded
 2015-16  Adan Hussain, The Ohio State University
 2014-15  Bowen Marshall, The Ohio State University
 2013-14  Luke Ahrens, Case Western Reserve University
 2012-13  Ardy Gonyer, Ohio University
 2011-12  Elizabeth Gordon, Miami University
 2009-11  Not Awarded
 2008-09  Jeff Akers, Otterbein College
 2007-08  Allison DeVelvis, Otterbein College
 2006-07  Kari Taylor, Miami University
 2005-06  Laura Wilmarth, Baldwin Wallace College
 2004-05  Abigail "Abby" Ghering, Denison University
 2003-04  Jason Bowser, Columbus College of Art & Design
 2002-03  Timeka Thomas Rashid, Otterbein College
 2001-02  Meghan Houghton, Baldwin Wallace College
 2000-01  Danielle Carter, Otterbein College
 1999-00  Rebecca Lynn Rio, Ashland University
 1998-99  Ruth Crane, Otterbein College
 1997-98  Not Awarded
 1996-97  Jamele Adams, Ashland University
 1995-96  Amy Arbino Orr, College of Mount Saint Joseph
 1994-95  Marty Manning, Youngstown State University
 1993-94  Michelle Vandersyden, Ashland University
 1992-93  Kimberly Blewett, Kent State University
 1991-92  Kathy Sandberg, Ashland University
 1990-91  Mary Hoying Brigham, Mt. Saint Joseph College
 1989-90  Brian Breitholtz, The University of Akron
 1988-89  Karen Carter, Ashland University
 1987-88  Nance Lucas, Ohio University
 1986-87  Theresa Popp Braun, Medical College of Ohio
 1985-86  Meg Benke, Ohio University
 1984-85  Joel Daniels, Findlay College
 1983-84  Kathyrn Venema, Heidelberg College
 1982-83  Not Awarded
 1981-82  Susan Eklund, Sinclair Community College

 

The OCPA President’s Discretionary Award

The President’s Discretionary Award is presented in honor of service. It is presented to an OCPA member who has contributed greatly to the growth of the organization over the past year. 


Past Recipients

 

2017-18

 Jolene Broshious, The Ohio State University

 Dr. Nassar Razek, The University of Akron

2016-17

 Dennis LoConti, Wittenberg University

 Erin Nunn, Kent State University

 Karen Hagans, Ashland University

 Dr. Dan Abrahamowicz, Wright State University

 Kathy Morris, Wright State University

 Simone Polk, Wright State University

2015-16  Dr. Sue Heimann, Ashland University

 Josh Bodnar, Ohio University

 Karl Rishe, Notre Dame College

2014-15   Dr. Michael Coomes, Bowling Green State University

 Rachel Tuttle, The Ohio State University

 Stephanie Volbrecht, The Ohio State University

 Mark Zeno, Heidelberg University

 Jennifer Grube Vestal, Denison University

 2013-14   Michael Griest, Wright State University

 John Borawski, Kent State University

 2009-13  Not Awarded

 2008-09

 Kate Lehman Porubcansky, Otterbein College

 Erica Lee, The Ohio State University

 2007-08  Not Awarded
 2006-07  Dr. Janice Gerda, Kent State University
 2005-06  Not Awarded
 2004-05  Tracy Benner, Otterbein University
 1999-2004  Not Awarded
 1998-99  Amy Orr, The Ohio State University-Mansfield
 1995-98  Not Awarded
 1994-95  Robin Gagnow, Ashland University
 1993-94  Susan Eklund-Leen, Antioch College
 1992-93  Jamie Mathews-Mead, Franklin University
 1991-92  Not Awarded
 1990-91  Joel Rudy, Ohio University
 1989-90  Becky Smith, Otterbein University
 1988-89  Joanne Risacher, Wright State University
 1987-88  Robert Gatti, Otterbein University
 1986-87  Not Awarded
 1985-86  Jack Fahey, Youngstown State University
 1984-85  Scott Howard, Ohio University-Ironton
 1983-84  Dr. Walter Gilliard, The University of Dayton

 

The Innovative Program Award

The Innovative Program Award is presented annually by OCPA to a student affairs professional who has initiated a new program or unique approach to a college policy, program, or problem. Through this award, OCPA recognizes innovative and effective approaches directed towards meeting the changing needs of students on the campus and the applicability of these approaches to other campuses. 


The selection criteria for the Innovative Program Award are as follows:

  • Addresses a challenging situation and/or specific campus concern or need.
  • Provides an explanation of how the program or policy addressed the identified concern or need.
  • Provides a description of how the policy or program could be implemented on other campuses.


Past Recipients

 

 2017-18  Weaver Wednesday, Kenyon College
 2016-17  The Productivity Circle, Denison University
 2015-16  Wellness Coaching, The Ohio State University
 2014-15  Urbana University Student Conduct Process, Urbana University
 2013-14  Open Doors Program, The Ohio State University  
 2012-13  Not Awarded
 2011-12  The Women's Circle at The Ohio State University
 2008-11  Not Awarded
 2007-08  Extreme Makeover, Ashland University
 2006-07  Not Awarded
 2005-06  FOCUS Center, Cleveland State University
 2004-05  "Imagine 2004" Conference, Kent State University
 2003-04  The New Diversity Initiative, Baldwin Wallace University
 2002-03  First Year Challenge, Cleveland State University
 2001-02  Greek Leadership Conference, Capital University
 2000-01  Greek Value Society, Miami University
 1999-00  Talkin’ in the Halls, Ashland University
 1998-99  Welcome to CSU Week, Cleveland State University 
 1997-98  Not Awarded
 1996-97  Residence Life Assistants, Ashland University
 1995-96

 Problems in Contemporary Communities:

A New Approach to Linking Services with the Western Curriculum, Scott Markland

 1994-95  University SEEDS Program, Kent State University
 1993-94  Building a Community of Respect, Ashland University
 1992-93  Student Ambassador Program, Columbus State University
 1991-92  S.U.C.C.E.S.S., Students Utilizing Co-Curricular Experiences to Sharpen Skills, Ashland University
 1990-91  S.P.R.O.U.T., Single Parents Reaching Out for Unassisted Tomorrow’s, Baldwin Wallace College
 1989-90  Student Affairs Intern Program, Ashland University
 1988-99  OU-START, Ohio University
 1987-88  Area Residence Life Conference
 1986-87  The Wellness Book of Records, Ohio University
 1985-86  Peter Rea, Baldwin-Wallace College
 1984-85  Wellness Center, Bowling Green State University
 1983-84  Maximizing Residence Hall Space, Ashland University
 1982-83  Not Awarded
1981-82 Steve Miller, Hocking Technical College

 

The Equity & Inclusion Award

The Equity and Inclusion Award is presented to an individual, campus/community program or service who or which has demonstrated creativity, innovation, and success in making a significant contribution and impact in the area of multicultural understanding and appreciation. The purpose of this award is to encourage and recognize outstanding efforts addressing cultural diversity issues in higher education. 


The selection criteria for the Equity and Inclusion Award are as follows:

  • Addresses a specific campus, community or organizational equity and inclusion need or issue.
  • Contributes to addressing student and/or campus equity and inclusion need(s) or issue(s).
  • Seeks to promote understanding and responsiveness to equity and inclusion issues.
  • Encourages student, faculty, staff, alumni and/or community involvement.
  • Enhances the appreciation of equity and inclusion as a way of life on the college or university campus.
  • Sustains activities and programs that promote an atmosphere of inclusiveness for all students.

Past Recipients

 

 2017-18  Diversity 360, Case Western Reserve University
 2016-17  Adan Hussain, The Ohio State University
 2015-16  Preferred Name Policy, Ohio University
 2013-15  Not Awarded
 2012-13  Vorley Taylor, The Ohio State University - Newark & COTC
 2011-12  Dafina Lazarus Stewart, Bowling Green State University
 2007-11  Not Awarded
 2006-07  President Jack Calareso and the President's Task Force on Multiculturalism, Ohio Dominican University
 2005-06  Not Awarded
 2004-05  Racial Awareness Program (RAPP), University of Cincinnati
 2003-04  The Tunnel of Oppression, Wright State University
 2002-03  Not Awarded
 2001-02  MLK, Jr. Day of Learning, Capitol University
 2000-01  Not Awarded
 1999-00  Friendly Town, Ashland University
 1998-99  Not Awarded
 1997-98  Intro to Student Affairs, Kent State University
 1996-97  Dr. Rebecca Parker, The Ohio State University
 1995-96  Indianola After School Project, Otterbein University

 

Robert F. Rodgers Graduate Student of the Year

This award is presented annually by OCPA. As graduate students become more actively involved in creating the future direction of Student Affairs, OCPA has committed to recognizing their professional achievements. OCPA presents The Graduate Student of the Year Award in recognition of the dedication and unlimited energies of a full-time Ohio graduate student, masters or doctoral candidate, in the field of student affairs, college/student personnel or a related field.


Past Recipients
 

 

 

2017-18  Victor Javier Rodriguez, The Ohio State University
2016-17  Hannah Bonacci, The Ohio State University
2015-16  Hoa Bui, Miami University
2014-15  Adan Hussain, The Ohio State University
2013-14  Elizabeth Walsh, Miami University
2012-13  Meg Gulick, The Ohio State University
2011-12  Jennifer Skidmore, The Ohio State University
2009-11  Not Awarded
2008-09  Evan Heiser, Kent State University
2007-08  Amie Jackson, Kent State University
2006-07  Lauren Moran, Bowling Green State University and Baldwin Wallace University
2005-06  Rose Ackerman, Bowling Green State University
2004-05  Mary Ann Begley, Bowling Green State University
2003-04  Jennifer Gilbride-Brown, The Ohio State University
2002-03  Janice Gerda, Bowling Green State University
2001-02  Kelly Pero, Ashland University
2000-01  Leighann Poplaski, The Ohio State University
1999-00  Sarah Balas, Bowling Green State University and Ashland University
1998-99  Christopher Bragdon, Baldwin Wallace University
1997-98  Not Awarded
1996-97  Dawn Gorski, The University of Akron
1995-96  Paula Eckard, Ashland University
1994-95  Brian Bruess, Ohio University
1993-94  Alison Black, Ohio University
1992-93  David Riveness, Bowling Green State University
1991-92  Laura E. Giles, The Ohio State University
1990-91  Carol L. Garbarino, Bowling Green State University

 

The Undergraduate Student Leader Award

The Undergraduate Student Leader Award is presented annually by OCPA. This award is presented to an undergraduate student leader who is enrolled in an Ohio higher education institution and has demonstrated leadership, contributed to student affairs on campus, and has a desire to begin a professional career in Student Affairs.


Past Recipients
 

 

2017-18  Meera White, Kenyon College
2016-17  Leroy Ricksy Jr., The Ohio State University
2015-16  Taylor Cayot, Urbana University
2014-15  Courtney De Schepper, Baldwin Wallace University
2013-14  Haley Young, Otterbein University
2012-13  Sarah Graf, The Ohio State University
2011-12  Amelia Shaw, Ohio University
2009-11  Not Awarded
2008-09  Paul Wojdacz, Baldwin Wallace University
2007-08  Molly Ward, Capital University
2006-07  Kourtney Kocel, Otterbein University
2005-06  Kyle Williams, Otterbein University
2004-05  Colette Masterson, Otterbein University
2003-04  Kelly Naples, Baldwin Wallace University
2002-03  Missy Mordarski, Baldwin Wallace University
2001-02  Sarah Whinnery, Kent State University
2000-01  Jose Medina, Ashland University
1999-00  Libby Koerner, Ashland University
1998-99

 Marci Stead, The University of Akron

 Shon Christy, The University of Akron

1996-97  Not Awarded
1995-96  Gregory Gilmore, Miami University
1994-95

 Kari Johnson, Mt. Saint Joseph College

 Stephen Bigley, Kent State University

  1994-95 
1993-94  Donald Giancola, Baldwin Wallace University

 

Dr. Robert A. Dubick Case Study Competition

Each year OCPA sponsors a case study competition for graduate students. The current case study competition is structured to allow two-person teams to respond to a common scenario, prepare a presentation of how the situation could be addressed, and present the response to a panel of judges during the annual conference. Winners are announced at the annual conference awards ceremony. The process is coordinated by the OCPA Graduate Student Member-at-Large. 

Past Recipients 

 

 2017-18  Kirby Bell, Kent State University & Courtney Harris, Bowling Green State University
 2016-17  Taylor Ridenour & Katie McGrath, Wright State University
 2015-16  Kate Bumhoffer & Lindsey Steller, Wright State University
 2014-15  Not Awarded
 2013-14  Amy Corron & Kevin Friedman, Miami University
 2012-13  Sarah Hyde & Jejuana Brown, Cleveland State University
 2007-12  Not Awarded 
 2006-07  Amie Jackson & Christina Mastrangelo, Kent State University 
 2005-06  Leslie Hahn, Miami University & Regan Ellis, Florida State University
 2004-05  LeAnn Starlin & Brittney Black, Kent State University
 2003-04  Betsy Bishop & Amanda Gage, Bowling Green State University
 2002-03  Not Awarded
 2001-02  Jodi Gill & Miriam Williams with assistance from Conni Dubick, Kent State University
 2000-01  Arlene Hill & Scott Christopherson, Bowling Green Sate University
 1999-00  Kim Simon & Ryan Poirier, The Ohio State University
 1998-99  Not Awarded

 

The Outstanding Contribution to Literature or Research Award

The Outstanding Contribution to Literature or Research Award is presented annually by OCPA to encourage original, rigorous, and well-respected research manuscripts, evaluations of promising best practices endeavors, and theory grounded assessment reports of innovative initiatives. The ultimate goal is disseminating knowledge about programs and research studies that are making a difference in student affairs practice through research manuscripts, assessment manuscripts of best practices, position manuscripts on current topics in higher education, or graduate student research manuscripts. As the award is also intended to encourage original work, the manuscript need not be complete to be considered for the award.

The successful Outstanding Contribution to Literature or Research Award nominee will be announced at the OCPA Annual Conference in January. To formally present the award, OCPA will require the nominee to submit the complete manuscript to be considered for publication in the Journal of Research, Assessment, and Practice in Higher Education by June 30th (email awards@myocpa.org with questions about meeting this timeline). Upon successful submission, the nominee will be formally named a recipient of the Outstanding Contribution to Literature or Research Award and may collect the $500 monetary prize included with the award.

The selection criteria for the Outstanding Contribution to Literature or Research Award are as follows:

  • Current graduate student, masters or doctoral candidate, or practitioner, in the field of student affairs, college/student personnel or a related field.
  • Proposed manuscript will disseminate knowledge about programs and research studies that are making a difference in student affairs practice, especially those that would engage the readers in practical and methodological extensions that would transform institutions, inspire colleagues, and engage campus beyond the traditional boundaries of the student affairs profession.

Past Recipients 

2016-18  Not Awarded
2015-16  Laura Gentner, University of Dayton

 

OCPA offers two highly engaging conferences each year with the goal of helping connect Higher Education professionals, graduate students and undergraduate students through the power of Professional Development. Below you will find some brief information about each conference as well as links to their individual pages.

The Professional Development Institutes

The Professional Development Institute is a series of one day drive-in professional development opportunities sponsored by OCPA. Each PDI is held at a sponsoring institution.

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The OCPA Careers in Student Affairs Conference

The OCPA Careers in Student Affairs Conference takes place each fall and is geared towards providing undergraduate students an opportunity to explore a career in Student Affairs. OCPA invites students to participate in a one day drive-in conference at one of the premier institutions of higher education around the state to discover the possibilities of choosing a career in higher education.

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The Graduate Student Affairs Conference (GSAC)

The Graduate Student Affairs Conference (GSAC) is a day-long conference put on by graduate students, for graduate students that strives to increase networking between rising student affairs professionals while encouraging the exploration of a variety of functional areas. The conference will also provide graduate students the opportunity to propose presentation topics and gain experience facilitating in a conference setting.

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The OCPA Annual Conference

The OCPA Annual Conference is held every January in Columbus, OH and is designed to help connect and reconnect higher education professionals and graduate students from all across Ohio through professional development. With highly engaging program sessions, engaging speakers and nightly socials, the Annual Conference is a great opportunity for professionals across the state to build a network of colleagues and enhance their own campus experience through professional development.

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2019 OCPA
Annual Conference

Ohio's Premier Conference for Student Affairs
Thursday, January 24th - Friday, January 25th
Worthington, OH
Double Tree Hotel & Conference Center

Are you interested in serving on the 2019 OCPA Annual Conference Planning Committee? Committee positions are available in the following areas:

Career Management Institute  Organizes the Career Management Track & Speaker.
Educational Sessions & Assessment Conducts Review and Selection of Conference Presentations & assessment of the annual conference.
Emerging Professionals Helps organize Resume Review & Mock Interview Processes.
 Equity & Inclusion Institute Organizes the Equity & Inclusion Track & Speaker. 
 Faculty Involvement Organizes the Faculty Track.
Logistics  Handles all logistical items related to the conference including technology, signage and troubleshooting.
 Mid-Level Managers Institute Organizes the Mid-Level Managers Track & Speaker. 
New Attendees & Volunteers Organizes events and involvement opportunities for New Attendees and Volunteers.
Publications & Marketing Handles all signage, communication and marketing materials for the Annual Conference.
Registration Handles registration & website updates for the Annual Conference.
Silent Auction Coodinates the silent auction process.
 Socials Organizes social gatherings for OCPA Members at the Annual Conference.
SSAO Involvement Organizes the SSAO Track.
Vendors & Partners Solicit outside sponsors and vendors to support the Annual Conference.

 

Applications will open on Friday, April 6th! Login to the OCPA Constituent Portal to apply! Applications are due by Friday, April 20th. All applications will be reviewed and applicants will be notified by April 30th if they have been selected for the 2019 Conference Committee.

 

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