Furthermore, when awarding and recognizing members NRHH 's leaders interacts with the educational system. For example, each member is required to write one OTM a month and for each OTM to gain approval, two educational directors must approve the OTM. The President and Vice-President must then, communicate with pass each OTM to a national review board, which select winners from that selected collection OTMs. For clarity, OTMs are a way that members of NRHH recognize significant contributions that both people inside and outside of the University do to improve the life of students living in the residence halls. For members to be selected or qualify as an applicant, candidates must have a Pitt combined GPA of 3.0 or must be recommended by a professor or educational leader. Members are interacting the educational system through their applications, OTMs writing process and even at conferences, which all NRHH 's chapters discuss future plans and national changes at their perspective universities.
Application of group theory
Each week, Pitt 's NRHH chapter members meet to go over general business and do programs focused one of our core values: leadership, recognition, service, or scholarship. Meetings are held every Sunday at 2 pm, and before each meeting concludes a specific project for that week is accomplish. Thus, this group is a task group. Weekly meetings at held at the University Pittsburgh William Pitt Union on the 5th floor. Chairs are arranged in rows,…