Published: Fri Apr 30, 2004Tennessee Tech University’s Residential Life Coordinator Al Roberson hit the ground running when he joined the staff in January, said Lisa Macke of TTU’s Counseling Center. Macke, organizer of campus activities during National Eating Disorders Awareness Week in February, said Roberson's efforts to promote the activities in the residence halls were extraordinary. "He had very little time to put Residential Life's NEDAW programming together, but he managed to design innovative door hangers, worked with his student staff to create a unique jeans display, and put together a variety of programs to air on the Res Life channel. His efforts were truly outstanding, because he and his staff not only presented excellent programming, but also did it within such a short period of time." Ambassador nomination forms are available from TTU’s Human Resource Services Office or by visiting www.tntech.edu/hr.