Nagareda was a leading civil litigation scholar whose work focused on class actions and aggregate litigation. He was the author of a definitive work on complex litigation theory, Mass Torts in a World of Settlement , as well as a casebook, The Law of Class Actions and Other Aggregate Litigation.
Stovall was named executive dean of Peabody College in 1975 and was instrumental in the 1979 merger of Peabody College with Vanderbilt University. While his administrative position was eliminated as part of the merger, Stovall stayed at Peabody as a professor until his retirement in 1990.
Many people affected by the May 2010 flood are still struggling to put their homes and lives back together. There are ways to get help through Hands on Nashville and the United Way.
Hailed by the Philadelphia Inquirer as “a rare, remarkable talent that brings to mind the great artists of the Harlem Renaissance,” M.K. Asante is the author of three celebrated books and films.
The Second Ecumenical Council of the Vatican, or Vatican II, put the condition and future of the Catholic faith on the table for discussion. Nearly 45 years after the three-year council ended, the effects of Vatican II are still being felt, from the role of laity to the language used in services.
A special mobile museum will make a stop at Vanderbilt’s campus during its tour of the Southeast to promote awareness of modern slavery.
Brightly colored angels and personalized photo cards are among the greeting card and gift designs created by Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt patients and their siblings as part of this year’s Holiday Project, sponsored by Friends of Children’s Hospital.
There has been an update to the Human Resources Hours of Work Policy (#HR-030) that provides guidelines for staff work hours.
Information Technology Services (ITS) will be hosting information sessions regarding the Next Generation Network (NGN). These sessions are open to all interested parties.
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