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Thank you for your interest in submitting a session proposal for the 2023 Fall Conference on September 20-22! The Fall Conference will be held in person at The DeSoto hotel in the Savannah Historic District. The session proposal window has been extended through Thursday, July 6, 2023, at 11:59 pm.
Have a great presentation idea, but need additional time to finalize it? You can begin the online form, save your progress, and access the form via a unique URL.
Please make sure to include all of the requested information prior to submitting; incomplete forms may not be considered.
After you submit the form, you should have a confirmation email. If you do not receive it please contact the VP/Programs. If you have any questions, please email Amanda Hatton, GPA VP/Programs.
All APA and GPA members as well as practicing planners that present at the conference are required to register for the conference.
Mr. Cornell, a Senior Associate at JJG, has been a consultant to local governments in metro Atlanta, specializing in land use planning, and plan implementation. Previously, he served as the Director of Planning for Gwinnett County and at the Atlanta Regional Commission as a regional transportation planner. Also, Gary was the Planner in Residence at Florida State University, serving students seeking their Master’s in Urban and Regional Planning.
For more information on APA CM criteria, please visit www.planning.org.
APA Certification Maintenance (CM) Criteria:
Criteria for CM Mandatory Credits
List additional presenter(s) or panelist(s) for your session. You do not need to repeat previously entered lead presenter information. A minimum of two people are required per session, with a maximum of five session participants possible.
Please note that you must provide email and biographical information for each person. This information is required for AICP CM credit.
The Georgia Tech Hotel & Conference Center is complying with the current recommendations and guidelines set by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the World Health Organization, and local government.
Additionally, we will be requesting that all attendees, including presenters, affirm on the day of attendance that they meet and agree to the conditions set forth below. If you cannot affirm and attest to the information prior to the start of the conference, you will not be permitted to attend the conference.
We realize that circumstances are continuously changing, and as of now, this will be our policy. As we approach conference dates we will evaluate for any necessary changes in the policy.
All conference participants will affirm the following before attending:
There is a risk of COVID-19 exposure in any public place where people are present. COVID-19 is highly contagious and can lead to illness and death. By attending the event, you voluntarily assume all risks related to COVID-19 exposure. Thank you for your cooperation.
Membership includes publications and resources associated with the American Planning Association and the Georgia state chapter.
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