Join us on Friday, December 14 from 7:30 – 9:45am in the Wood Campus Center carpeted dining room as keynote speaker Dr. Rosevelt L. Noble, delivers an inspirational message that will help you transition from college to career. Breakfast will be included.
As a first-generation student, Dr. Noble came to Vanderbilt University, as a scholarship football player. He earned his Bachelor of Science degree with a double major in Sociology and Human & Organizational Development in three short years. In 2003, Noble completed a Ph.D. from Vanderbilt in Sociology.
Because Dr. Noble always presented his best and most authentic self, particularly in the classroom, his professors took notice. Through departmental funding, Dr. Noble was able to complete his Bachelor’s, Master’s and Ph.D., without paying a penny to Vanderbilt or taking a student loan. Moreover, Dr. Noble never forgot the many people who supported his educational and career goals. To this day, Dr. Noble conducts numerous leadership seminars, teaching students budgeting, career prep, establishing credit and other practical applications of his education and experience, in addition to mentoring youth, adult students, and the incarcerated.
Dr. Rosevelt L. Noble currently serves as Assistant Dean of Students, Director of the Bishop Johnson Black Cultural Center, Faculty Head of Stambaugh House, and a Senior Lecturer in Sociology.
All graduating students are welcome! Those entering their career immediately following graduation are highly encouraged to attend. To RSVP, please complete the form below. Contact Carol Bazenet at firstname.lastname@example.org or 615-230-3307 with questions.