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A Message from ARNOVA President

Wednesday, December 5, 2018   (0 Comments)
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Dear ARNOVA Members,
It was wonderful to see many of you at our conference in Austin! It is such a great city to visit—we are grateful to our hosts and institutional sponsors for their warm hospitality. It was one of the highest-attended conferences we’ve held and by all accounts, the programming and opportunities to connect with colleagues were excellent. A big thank you to Mary Kay Gugerty and Brenda Bushouse for their leadership co-chairing the conference, to all of you who presented and/or volunteered, and to the ARNOVA staff for making the conference such a success.
I was especially pleased during this conference to be able to CELEBRATE so many of you at our membership meeting and awards luncheon. I’m particularly honored to take on the leadership of ARNOVA at the very time we are celebrating ten years of our Graduate Diversity Scholars and Leaders Professional Development Workshop, led by Pier Rogers, Jennifer Wade-Berg, and Judy Weisinger. Because of their pioneering leadership, and efforts by many of you, ARNOVA continues to strive towards being a place that is welcoming to everyone. Diversity, equity, and inclusion are at the heart of ARNOVA’s values, guiding our programming, partnerships, and our recently-established Code of Ethics (by which we all agree to abide on becoming a member of ARNOVA). I hope we can all keep working toward these goals.
We very much welcome your feedback on the conference and ways we can continue to improve in these and other areas. Please be sure to take the conference evaluation survey if you haven’t already. Please also feel free to contact me directly (
Angela Eikenberry
ARNOVA Board President
School of Public Administration, University of Nebraska at Omaha

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