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2016 Georgia Drive-In Conference
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The Georgia Drive-in aligns with the mission of NODA as it is an opportunity for educational and professional development for OTR professionals in the state.

When: April 7, 2016
From 10:00AM to 3:00PM
Where: Georgia Institute of Technology
230 North Ave NW
Atlanta, Georgia  30332
United States
Contact: Larry Cloud

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The State of Georgia Drive-In will provide a low-cost, interactive professional development opportunity for institutions across the state. The drive-in is based on feedback provided by NODA members of the state. The drive-in will provide an opportunity for attendees to connect, inspire and educate colleagues from across the state of Georgia.

  • When: Thursday, April 7th from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m.
  • Where: Georgia Institute of Technology, 230 North Ave NW Atlanta, GA 30332
  • Cost: If you are a NODA member, cost to attend the drive-in is $15. If you are not a member, cost to attend the drive-in is $35. 
  • Parking: Parking will be in Lot E46 on North Avenue.      

     Larry Cloud

Drive-In Agenda
*Subject to change*

 Registration  9:45 a.m.
 Welcome  10:00 a.m.
 Keynote Address: Dr. Sheree Gibson, Georgia Institute of Technology  10:05 a.m.
 Round Table Discussion: Inclusion within OTR Practices  10:35 a.m.
 Round Table Discussion: Title IX   11:35 a.m.
 Lunch   12:30 p.m.
 Round Table Discussion: Consolidations in our State  1:30 p.m.
 Round Table Discussion: Technology within Field  2:00 p.m.
 Updates/Announcements  2:45 p.m.


Featured Speaker
Sheree L. Gibson, Ph.D. currently serves as the coordinator of assessment and research for the Department of Residence Life at the Georgia Institute of Technology. She has spent over 10 years working directly with STEM students in housing, leadership, and first year experience programs. She has also co-authored an article on undergraduate Black female engineers and their exploration of Black womanhood. Her dissertation entitled, Black undergraduate women's sense of belonging as engineering majors, was completed in 2014 at The University of Georgia. She received her master’s degree in College Student Personnel from Bowling Green State University and a bachelor of arts in Sociology from The Ohio State University. Her current research interests include students’ sense of belonging, identity development, Black collegiate women, and leadership development. She is also passionate about teaching, coaching and mentoring young adults. Dr. Gibson is also the proud wife of Mr. Marlon L. Gibson and the mother to one son, Adam Patrick.

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