Vanderbilt Register Archive 1996 - 2007


Graduate fellowships awarded to five students
New Board members named
VU football team has highest overall graduation rate
Campus data network changes
Williamson appointed assistant athletic director for media relations
Wellness events set for May 15-June 26
New SGA president Phil Ayres hails from Music City
'Women's work' must be valued, shared
Three Vanderbilt upperclassmen to receive Ingram Scholarships
VU responds to disability accommodation requests for Commencement exercises
She carries a torch- for the Olympics
Altered campuswide zoned parking under consideration
Plant Operations' productivity, performance rise
Bargatze returns to VU as assistant coach
Two Vanderbilt athletes receive academic honors
Board of Trust hears faculty, staff, student concerns
Ingram Scholars' volunteer work serves as tribute to founder
H.D. graduate thankful for support
Hall addresses Peabody Leadership Dinner
University hosts internationally renowned mathematician for Shanks Lecture May 14
Faculty share views on athletics, academics
Symphony plays May 21 on Alumni Lawn
Vanderbilt to review, reassess polices regarding student use of alcohol
Human Resource Services on the Web
Sloop: Public's perception of prisoners has changed drastically in past 50 years
Videoconference on diversity unites students nationwide
Vanderbilt leader among schools for maintaining its grounds, facilities
Open Enrollment - a last reminder
Campaign accepting gifts through Dec. 31
Vanderbilt Register holiday publication schedule
Vanderbilt's Health Care Plan offers lower premium options for many
Stoll receives 1996 Sutherland Prize for Research
Vanderbilt Ingram Scholars share commitment to community service
Mathematician, musician Kelingos dies after battle with cancer
Black Cultural Center director wants to reach out to campus, Nashville
Kelly Miller Smith Institute hosts national convocation
Bangladeshi banker to receive Distinguished Alumnus Award
First Amendment Center Web site lauded
Susan Gray School expands classes
Vanderbilt Welcomes New Faculty
VUMC Development Director Bill Franklin dies at 52
Vanderbilt Law School to honor Judge Merritt
Canoes, kayaks move outdoors in spring
Kennedy Center hosts talk on disability legislation
University recognizes staff for years of service Oct. 15
Kennedy Center hosts discussion on brain research
ODC series features cultural diversity expert
Peabody faculty named to national research panels
Students compete for a cause
Owen School moves up in Business Week rankings
Pulitzer Prize-winning composer visits Blair Oct. 16-18
Charney's paintings pursue meaning of the purse
Faculty and Staff Notes
Vanderbilt In The News
Pierce honored for contributions to the advancement of women at Vanderbilt
Vanderbilt community observes World Hunger Day Oct. 16
Dean Goodman remembered for leadership, spirit
Area bands invade stadium Oct. 12
Nashville Public Schools acquire $5.1 million for Schools for Thought
Princeton scholar to deliver economics lecture
'Talking Pictures' exhibit at gallery
Owen organization receives National Saturn Teamwork Challenge Award Sept. 30
Vanderbilt, meet the Class of 2000
Blair presents Schoenberg's 'Pierrot Lunaire' Oct. 4
Compton, Dean's Graduate fellowships encourage diversity in graduate education
Longtime Vanderbilt fan Turbeville dies
Annual lecture series revisits the Holocaust
Peabody resources touted as integral to education reform
University enrollment largest, most diverse ever
What's cooking?
Work by artists with disabilities on display at Kennedy Center
Louisiana politician Long's musical ode to VU chronicled by professor
How to use your Personal Benefits Statement
Faculty and Staff Notes
Sept. 26 program features Tennessee history from a woman's perspective
Arizona State professor to discuss science and art
'Classical' book unveils Nashville's architecture
Program seeks to establish long-term relationships with minority vendors
Faculty and Staff Notes
Vanderbilt physicist Charles Brau awarded FEL Prize at international conference
Astronaut to support life science investigations
Italian curriculum undergoing changes
Vanderbilt's Sigma Chi chapter receives award
One-on-one workout programs available through Health Plus
60-second spotlight: Cherri N. Elam
Community Giving Campaign continues Vanderbilt tradition
Gavish named to National Research Council's committee on untethered communications
Peabody co-hosts Boyer Technology Summit
VU band member dies in collision
About 1,500 expected to attend Freshman Family Weekend
Vanderbilt senior conducts space project at NASA academy
Geer: Public opinion polls influence political arena
Nashville Forum: Sergent outlines strides made by Vanderbilt Medical Group
Study finds females get short shrift in sports section
Farran sees Susan Gray School as area resource
Kennedy Center photo exhibit features women recovering from substance abuse
Campuswide zoned parking planned
Janes named one of 10 finalists for Strobel volunteer of year award
100 students 'do time' with prison project
National search for new senior management job announced
Dorn compiles history of Peabody
NCAA certification team visits campus
Peabody names Ramer Distinguished Alumnus
Welch named University chaplain
Retirement learning association elects first board of directors
Wyatt urges graduates to lead lives of integrity
Fourteen faculty receive emeritus status
First Student Affairs Volunteer Day successful
Elderhostel brings seniors back to school
Top scholars honored with Founder's Medals
Environmental stewardship honored by state
Summer construction busier than usual
Scholars to gather for annual meeting of the Academy for Jewish Philosophy
Grant propels endowment drive for Kelly Miller Smith Institute
Returning alumni relive life at Vanderbilt
New information system will mean easy, convenient access
Provost calls for study of Greek life at Vanderbilt
Committee to search for Arts and Science dean
Outreach! Vanderbilt in the Community
Talbott uses Churchill's wisdom to inspire courage in others
Mother returns to school to assist daughter with visual impairment
Sinking Creek Film and Video Festival line up offers abundance of reel genius
Phi Beta Kappa meeting features storyteller
Reach Out!
Vanderbilt hosts nation's first Visiting Fulbright Scholar in German
Vanderbilt University Press welcomes new marketing manager
Noted researcher on special education to speak at Kennedy Center Nov. 18
Vanderbilt University Faculty Senate Minutes of Meeting
Federal Trade Commission chair Pitofsky to present VIPPS lecture Nov. 14
Board hears from faculty, staff and student representativea
Parents pleased with value of Vanderbilt education
College of Arts and Science election notice
Mayor Bredesen to speak at meeting sponsored by VU physics students
Exhibit fosters AIDS awareness
Vanderbilt In The News
HEALTH Plus programs help employees hold the stuffing, stop the puffing
Bring canned good, gain free admission
'Homecoming of a different kind' for first distinguished alumnus


VU joins consortium working on pre-paid tuition plan
Faculty and Staff Notes
In Brief
In the news
Project Dialogue focuses on dialogue among diverse groups
Peabody Reading Clinic targets students with reading difficulties
Graduate, professional student group hosts event Sept. 29
SNAP training serves as a lesson for all
'Hudson Review' editor to read from work Sept. 16
In Brief
Net day
Faculty and Staff Notes
Ingram Scholars' Summer Acitivities
Security officer aims for accuracy in medieval reenactment group
University-wide effort needed to make alcohol policy work
VU reacts: Haglund responds to Neal Lane letter
Posner Foundation recognizes Vanderbilt alumnus, student for legal aid efforts
Fellows honored
Vanderbilt students mix fun, learning at summer camp in Oklahoma
Schwartz appointed Wilson Center fellow
Writer, alumnus Drake donates papers to Special Collections
Tennis tournament, party with British theme to benefit Susan Gray School
Alumni return for Reunion '97
Benavides joins Office of Volunteer Activities
Math department to host four national, international conferences
HEALTH Plus manager exercises her plan for keeping Vanderbilt fit
Symphony to perform June 5
Vanderbilt's top scholars honored with Founder's Medals
Simmons receives National Student of the Year award
Vanderbilt withdraws from SEC Baseball Tournament
Vanderbilt's top scholars honored with Founder's Medals
Peabody educator Dorothy Skeel dies
Chancellor Wyatt challenges graduates to lives of vision
Classical Asian Indian musicians perform May 24
Volunteerism follow-up set for Vanderbilt
Student Affairs Committee discusses alcohol concerns, volunteerism at meeting
Foster to coach USA Women's World University Games
On the court, in the classroom seniors score big
Barr to receive 10th honorary degree
Committee, Board discuss projects
Commencement by the numbers
Office of Conferences is 'one-stop shop' for visitors
Boston Marathon runners raise funds
College Program in Liberal Education focus of Academic Programs Committee
Elvis legend helps ease Ukraine immigrant's relocation to America
Thompson, McMillan, Galloway testify in Washington
Eagle lands at Vanderbilt
'Garden of Great Ideas' brings original sculptures to campus
Degree's first recipient looks forward to reunion
Run, kick, shoot or bat: Vanderbilt summer camps keep children busy
Alumni Lawn photographer captures Commencement memories in a flash
Judge Shookhoff encourages University community to support adoption
Graduating senior Warner works to break barriers as Project Dialogue coordinator
Faculty, staff and student representatives address the Board
Outgoing SGA president featured on magazine cover
Administrative applications changing for next generation
Nicar memorial to be held April 6
South Dakota, Nashville 'e-mail pals' bridge cultural gap
Association of Vanderbilt Black Alumni honor Atlanta mayor
Vice chancellor search committee named
Area students become scientists during School of Engineering fair
SGA president plans to be accessible to all
Reach Out!
Local teenagers present play to benefit Pediatric HIV/AIDS Clinic
Clock work
Resnik speaks on gender, race, ethnic bias in law
Vanderbilt tuition set for 1997-98
Minority Engineering Program celebrates 25 years
Annual report: Research funding variable, but prospects steady
Rhythm and Roots celebrates life on stage
Memorial service scheduled Feb. 24 for Dean Madeleine J. Goodman
Vanderbilt graduate, writer Dickey died Jan. 19
Women's Center Director Ransom announces retirement at semester's end
Blackbirds take flight from campus
Shain named dean of undergraduate admissions
Journalists visit campus for CASE fellowship
Partners in learning
Princeton professor to deliver physics lectures
Sociologist's book fills niche in study of country music
Gifts from private sources reach third largest total
Women's soccer wins first SEC round
VU offers interdisciplinary Ph.D. in neuroscience
Sponsored research funds up 14 percent for fiscal year '97
McDonald named SEC Coach of the Year
Fine Arts Gallery features work by African-American Arts Association members
Kirkland displays give history lesson
Vanderbilt, Metro Head Start launch mental health initiative
Board of Trust meets Nov. 14-15
Speaker to discuss history on special education
Manning begins directorship of Women's Center
60-second Spotlight
Vanderbilt to host research association Nov. 5-6
Pioneer in study of race, class, gender to present Cuninggim Lecture Nov. 6
Research could help chronic pain sufferers
Law, sociology collaborate on judicial review
Kennedy Center hosts awards, art reception
Workshop focuses on healing from sexual abuse
Vanderbilt employee uses paint to express `Pilgrimage to Patagonia'
Robert Penn Warren sculpture, portrait unveiled
 International math conference Nov. 3-6
Absence of literature in school curriculum focus of talk
Nursing school dean elected to Institute of Medicine
Newington-Cropsey artists visit campus, present proposals for bronze works
 Construction begins on School of Nursing addition
Poet, translator Baumel to speak Nov. 4
Vanderbilt `legend' Richard Baker dies
Peabody offers spring course on needs, nature of gifted learners
Nov. 5 teleconference to feature successful school, parent partnerships
Faculty, students invited to participate in European Union videoconference Oct. 28
Jacobson named vice chancellor for health affairs
Turner gift makes possible Divinity School chair in Methodist studies
Lance receives Commodore Award
Dining Services recognized nationally by peers
Chancellor's Cup
Stones shuttles give concert goers a lift
Four-legged friends bring joy to those in need
Vanderbilt Divinity School in midst of transition
Affirmative Action Awards honor those who promote diversity
VUMC researchers join in new area of study of heart disease prevention
Security offers lessons in self-defense
Anthropologist to discuss New Age channeling
Divinity faculty emeriti to deliver Cole, Norton lectures
Vanderbilt joins effort dedicated to improving quality of life in Nashville
Vanderbilt employees honored for service Oct. 15
Holocaust lectures educate for two decades
NSF funds establish center for innovative learning technologies
Renowned heart surgeon Shumway honored as Distinguished Alumnus
Law School hosts panels on Gender, Race and Ethnic Fairness
Midnight Madness features shades, celebrities, scrimmage
Peabody inaugurates new lecture series as part of Homecoming
Students linked by the Internet learn how to teach online
Independent support coordination focus of Oct. 9 event
Council advocates, educates about environment
Glucose measuring device is easier, less painful
Vanderbilt philosophy professor wins book award
Author to lecture on body image in the age of virtual reality Oct. 9
Kelly Miller Smith Institute meets funding challenge
'You Are What You Eat' Kennedy Center program Oct. 14
Humanities Center cultural studies series kicks off Oct. 9
Tennessee writer to read from prose
English professor named director of Humanities Center
Humanities Center fellows contemplate culture
Commodore Vanderbilt statue still watching over campus after a century
In the news
Vanderbilt Medical Group to assume control of TVC
Project Athena places more library books in the hands of learners
Pellegrino to resign as dean of Peabody
Blair welcomes legendary fiddlers as visiting instructors
Blair sponsors Liszt Society festival
Security officers recognized for outstanding service
Array of speakers lined up for National Primary Care Day
Security officers finish first, second in police recruit school
Minority Ph.D.s at VU continue to increase
Owen applications increase by 26.5 percent
What they are saying
Nashville Area Library Alliance and Project Athena: Frequently Asked Questions
Frontiers in Services Conference Oct. 2-4
Virtual School goes visual with videoconferencing capability
Privatization of Social Security focus of lecture
Congress honors student for community service
Woman's Club reaches out to faculty, staff, spouses
In the news
Panelists to discuss ‘coping with the blues’
Discoverer of new planets to share research
Blair-Peabody, neuroscience degree programs approved
Former Clinton adviser to speak on campus Oct. 1
National Academy of Engineering president to speak Nov. 20
Divinity School establishes Catholic Studies chair in honor of Notre Dame president
Fall break parking changes announced
November slated as Open Enrollment for benefits
BOT approves appointment, promotion
NATO fellowship enables historian to research Johnson administration
Nursing school volunteers prepare house for women with criminal past
Research uses magnets to treat chronic pain
Increased water pressure causes leaky pipes
Sites to Surf
Bottorff elected vice president of Board


Aggressive obstetric treatment increasing infant survival
Board of Trust meets Nov. 6-7
Honoring dedicated service to Vanderbilt University
Vanderbilt English professor wins prestigious poetry award
Chancellor Wyatt appointed chair of Research Roundtable forum
Divinity School hosts lectures during Homecoming ’98
Seminar students keep watchful eye on 1998 elections
In the News - October 16, 1998
Review benefits during open enrollment time
Diamonds hard to beat for use in electronics technology
Vanderbilt joins statewide mouse genetic research
Students in Nobel seminar keep their eyes on the prize
Library offers new databases and electronic resources
Genetic engineering aids Huntington’s disease research
New biological science building planned by A & S and VUMC
“Our Bodies, Ourselves” co-author to speak Oct. 14
Second dean of women played important role in campus history
Bill Phillips named associate vice chancellor for University Relations
Pellegrino-chaired group suggests changes to ‘Report Card’
Blair expansion moves ahead; teaching space to grow first
Women’s Center marks 20th year with mission intact
Steine Lecture discusses equality
Shattered generations subject of 1998 lecture series on Holocaust
A summary of the Retirement Plan’s annual report
U women of 1970s paved way for center
Woman to Woman
‘Impeachment and the President’ forum attracts overflow crowd
In Brief
Cybercast draws thousands to Vanderbilt graduation ceremony
Dial VU for innovation: New phone system ushers in future
Robert Wheaton named director of institutional safety office
Nashville Symphony performs on campus
In Brief
January 6, 1998
Alumni visit campus for Reunion '98
Owen graduates advised to join the technological revolution
Can we talk? Dean Bill Shain discusses the personal side of admissions
Special Collections receives gift of American self-taught art
Faculty, administrator honored with emeritus status
Students find Japanese internship teaches more than academics
Commencement Chancellor advises graduates to become active global citizens
Graduates urged to embrace world without borders
In Brief
University's top scholars honored with Founder's Medals
Decisions, decisions: Seniors have their pick of jobs waiting for them
In Brief
What's with the robes? A quick guide to Commencement
Program combines MBA, Latin American studies
A philosophy of continuity: Compton reflects on 46 years of teaching
If you can't be there . . . you're still invited
Tradition renewed: Peabody graduates to carry irises again
Teaching, Honor Council, technology discussed with Board
Friends of Heard Library host rare book exhibit and events
Register begins summer publication schedule
Student from war-torn Croatia beats odds to graduate from Owen
Commencement '98 - Schedule of events
In Brief
Student receives Fulbright grant for year of study in Germany
Peabody graduate researches medical system through her own experience
Hey, VU Sports Fans! Check out Register-Express
Journalists visit campus to learn about programs to benefit youth
In Brief
Asian American culture to be examined over next few weeks
Research competition shows strengths across departments
`Candida' plays Vanderbilt
Day care debate needs historical perspective, professor says
60-Second spotlight: ANTOINETTE HICKS
Exercising their minds, too: Football team leads fall academic success
Vanderbilt, Meharry study shows hypertension in African Americans can be curbed with life changes
'Tis better to give . . .
Sarratt Student Center renovation to wait a year
Jim Sasser tapped for Law School Alumnus Award
Kudos to Vanderbilt students for service, achievement
Larry Dowdy is named new dean of students
A fond farewell
A Beanie for your thoughts
Provost's Office announces restructuring
New hang tags for guests
Noted Duke chemistry scholar to join Vanderbilt faculty
College cost commission issues report
Media Relations earns two CASE awards
Jacobson outlines goals and challenges for VUMC
Discovery series aims to inform public about biomedical research
Yamada receives Bridge Award for support of U.S.-Japan Center
New VIPPS center looks at juvenile mental health services
VU announces ‘Chroniclers of Discovery’ scholarship
Beasley to retire as vice chancellor for alumni, development
Four Newington-Cropsey statues to be dedicated December 1
Two-year report on Greek system
In the News - November 23, 1998
Affirmative action awards
VIPPS lecture reviews urban planning issues in Tennessee towns
Vanderbilt researcher polls Tennesseans on political issues
Posse program creates forum for learning and diversity
Board of Trust focuses on funding, technology, ethics
In Brief - November16, 1998
CORE issues challenge to nation’s educators
Gym renovations set for March
Seminar explores Peruvian writer, activist Vargas Llosa


Middle Tennessee Environmental Consortium to hold inaugural seminar
VICC and Breast Center sponsor breast cancer awareness events
VIPPS names new director of Child and Family Policy Center
Chapman announces retirement as medical dean
Authors of ‘The Trust’ visit Vanderbilt
Chancellor gives Frist award for support of research
Project to create new home for Engineering School
Arts and Science awards faculty members
Sacks explores ‘different ways of knowing’
Student receives economics award
Nobel winner Vane to deliver special seminar Oct. 6
Researchers work to block blood vessel growth in tumors
Vanderbilt wins major grant to train teachers in technology
Retirement Learning at Vanderbilt offers fall courses
AUGUST GRANTS . . . from the Division of Sponsored Research
In Brief -- September 27, 1999
Bernstein lecture to link philosophy, art
Father-daughter relationship crucial to puberty onset
Tanis named new adviser for Greek affairs
Vanderbilt chemistry professor receives prestigious Cope Scholar Award
A poet’s guide to acting ugly and talking back
New device offers alternative to tracheotomy
Hamilton to ‘step up’ to classroom
Life in a Japanese Buddhist monastery
Hutchison appointed as volunteer activities coordinator
Christie named to new role as associate dean for faculty development at Owen
‘Cool cap’ may help prevent brain damage in oxygen-deprived infants
Tracing meaning, extending awareness
VICC researcher gets two-year grant to study breast-cancer drug
Vanderbilt researcher offers hope for sufferers of ‘self-injury’
In Brief -- September 13, 1999
Professor emeritus, 90, writes tales of old-time Appalachia
Essay prize will commemorate French professor Wachs
Public forum to address future policy directions for TennCare
The neglected Senate races
VU’s black graduates recognized
Leader in genomics research sees promise, danger in results
Delta Air Lines CEO shares principles for success
Chancellor urges graduates to be ‘enlightened citizens’
Reunions scheduled for May
April grants from the Division of Sponsored Research
Beasley reflects on 50 years of involvement with VU
In Brief - May 24, 1999
Vanderbilt authority offers tips on landing the ‘perfect job’
American art original Frank Stella to speak May 27
Owens’ Summers earns award in e-commerce, telecommunications
Town hall meeting takes on issue of Chancellor search
Graduation grows near
Observers share concerns and successes with Board
Parking for faculty and staff
Kito Huggins to get his law degree, first earned by a Posse scholar
Students track results of domestic violence efforts
Forum addresses school shootings
New Chancellor search begins
In Brief - May 10, 1999
Professor emeritus Threadgill dies at 77
Beverly Bond named new VC for alumni and development
What’s a university’s true role: strict parent or ‘liberal aunt’?
Comedian-activist Dick Gregory uses humor to criticize media
Faculty & Administrative Emeriti 1999
WebTester offers students 24-7 access and instant feedback
Board hears news of Greeks, grievances, managed care
Researchers seeking assent need guidelines, sensitivity
Another faraway war got a different response at VU
ACIS Network Operations Center moving on May 15 & 16
Observers share concerns and successes with Board
In Brief - May 3, 1999
Brisky named VC for administration
Timeline : Guatemala
Odetta, singer of black history, speaks on civil rights activism
1999-2000 tuition announced; increase is lowest in 30 years
December grants from the Division of Sponsored Research
In the News - January 25, 1999
VUMC to seek coffee’s beneficial side in new institute
1999 CASE Awards
Grad STEP: A giant first step for Center for Teaching
TSU president speaks
“Remembering a King”
Bio-materials wave of the future, Owen School professor predicts
Answer to hatred rests with us all, says Morris Dees in keynote talk
New focus on technology pays off for Publications & Design
Today’s young people lack deep connection to civil rights legacy
Are you ready?
Nashvillians divided over death penalty
In Brief -- November 29, 1999
Producer: ‘Nova’ to target younger audience
Study goes online to track asthma education
Advocate to tour Transplant Center
Anti-war activist, journalist to speak
Northern Ireland peacemaker to give lecture at Vanderbilt
New software key to opening cyber-classrooms
Patients continue academic studies at Children’s Hospital
Johnson joins Office of News and Public Affairs
October Grants from the division of sponsored research
Sportswriting legends Russell and Rice honored at ‘Gallery Talk’
Owen Graduate School of Management names director of communications
Cerjan named program coordinator for OVA
New policies address personnel issues, emergency preparedness
Chazin to head new structural biology program
New directory lists 'Star Wars' characters: Tradition of fictional themes continues in campus phone book
Follow-up study shows benefits of fetal surgery
Pantelides researches molecular circuitry
Out of this world: Scientist discusses expanding universe at Seyfert Lecture
German feminist, theologian to speak at Divinity School
Class explores balance between free press and fair trial
New program encourages students, faculty to dine together
In Brief November 15, 1999
New faculty to join Peabody,Medical Center
New federal policies proposed on scientific misconduct
‘Nova’ producer to speak on campus
Board of Trust meeting to be held
Alliance created to manage Bedford County Medical Center
Acclaimed storyteller to tell ‘The Story of Judith, Woman Warrior’
WizOrder used to prompt treatment of blood clot cases
Study of new drug to treat injured patients concluded
Warren Center works to develop curriculum on Holocaust
‘Thumbs up’
Storey receives Commodore Award during annual ceremony
In Brief -- November 8, 1999
Autism expert to speak at Peabody public lecture Nov. 11
Foundation doubles grant for law and economics program
Grant to fund efforts to close ‘cancer gap’
VUMC to test new injectable HIV treatment
Summer research programs display results with poster sessions
BellSouth gives $500,000 gift to School of Engineering
September Grants
Asian-Americans to celebrate heritage
Awards honor diverse efforts
Summer research programs display results with poster sessions
In Brief -- November 1, 1999
Research uncovers cancer clue
Philosophy: the antioxidant of higher education
New technology provides clearer images of tumors
Divinity School offers workshop on theological education as second career
Guide recognizes Vanderbilt programs
In Brief -- October 25, 1999
University starts strategic planning
CHA supports diabetes research
New phone directory, in print and online, now available
Marshall Eakin named Tennessee Professor of the Year by CASE and the Carnegie Foundation
Nobel Laureate Soyinka to speak at Black cultural center conference
Got milked
Putting together the pieces
September Grants
Annette Eskind receives award from Kennedy Center
Noted scholar to speak at political science conference
Law School tour
Diabetes management can result in fewer long-term problems
As Year 2000 approaches, Vanderbilt continues to prepare
Antibodies help narrow search for cancer clues
In Brief -- October 18, 1999
VUMC’s Graham joins board for minority student medical fellowship program
Bookstore relocating to make space
Owen Graduate School of Management to host marketing conference Oct. 21-23
Coalition supports those with disabilities
Humanities Center sponsors conference on world of work
VU researchers talk about young children’s fears
Gad Beck relates life in Berlin under Hitler’s regime
Study to focus on molecular underpinnings in brain function of drug addiction
In Brief -- October 11, 1999
Marketing of ’60s girl groups depended on image more than sound
Owen Graduate School of Management receives environmental honor
Political commentator Jamieson to give Harry C. Howard lecture
Vanderbilt to expand utility capabilities
Program designed to jump start achievement of gifted youth
Bone marrow donor drive scheduled
United Way helps build neighborhoods
‘A Woman’s Place’ addresses legal and social issues for women
VUMC surgery pioneer dies
Foundation reaches out to victims of house fires
LifeFlight helipad to move to roof of hospital building
Retirement Learning at Vanderbilt offers fall courses
Peabody students use Nashville for real-life learning
Vanderbilt’s Chinese community celebrates traditional festival
Project GRAD to offers college scholarships to inner-city students
Buttrick to deliver Cole Lectures
Harvard economist Robert J. Barro to present annual David Steine Lecture
AUGUST GRANTS from the division of sponsored research
In Brief -- October 4, 1999
Alliance to bring science education to Metro students
This Week In Vanderbilt History...
Media fellows explore high-tech education during visit
Tracking the career of Fred Russell
VU geologist studies deadly quake
Government encourages research in nano-sized devices


Medical students trade stethoscopes for Popsicle sticks in elective course
Women candidates for Congress
In Brief
Former Tennessee legislative leader named director of new VIPPS center
The Institute for Women's Policy Research (IWPR)
21st century Chemistry Building opens doors
This Week In Vanderbilt History...
 Vanderbilt mourns loss of respected faculty, staff members
Economist's poverty measure becomes part of Mexican Constitutio
Ethnomusicologist awarded Fulbright for field research
Around Campus
Achievement tests not measuring up
Childcare staff uses meals, playtime to teach life's lessons
Former attorney general to discuss prison reform as part of awareness series
Vanderbilt Authors
Visiting undergraduates spend summer in Vanderbilt labs
Faculty honored during Board meeting: Chairs of Teaching Excellence announced
Weems moves from business world to God's word
Outreach! Vanderbilt in the Community
In Brief
Salon V
Church and State
Seminar students keep watchful eye on 1998 elections
September is inaugural Employee Celebration Month
Gore to speak on campus
Faculty/Staff Notes
University Staff Advisory Council elects new members to two-year terms
In Brief
Vanderbilt Dining offers new services
Low-income families program makes breakthrough into managed care
Rand gets food facelift
 Parking changes announced for limited access spaces: LA changes in addition to newly rezoned spaces
July Grants from the division of sponsored research
Chalkboards, slides make way for new anatomy CD-Rom
Peabody reports 20th century education reform milestones
15 Questions With Steve Smartt, Directore of Sponsored Research
Net ‘e-tailing’ evolves as aid for more holiday shoppers
Galloway Hospital was key to School of Medicine's roots
Briefly Speaking
'Woody' offers family football ticket deal for home opener Aug. 30
First female BOT member Werthan dies at 92
In Brief - April 5, 1999
In the News - December 7, 1998
Class projects tackle 'womanism', international community concerns
Students have diverse definitions of diversity
Faculty/Staff notes
In his own words...
Faculty/Staff Notes
Harrod: Social change brings religious change for native peoples
Mayfield residents help boost blood donations on campus
Well versed: French scholar leaves legacy of influential research, teaching
New grants let physicians pursue research
Alcohol violations on campus decline, implementation committee issues report
In Brief - April 19, 1999
Around Campus
Elshtain: Society in jeopardy, too cynical
Chancellor Emeritus Harvie Branscomb dies at 103
Center for the Americas to provide integrated perspective of hemisphere
Davis Foundation supports program in law and economics
VATMAN gives automotive firms an opportunity to train and learn
Vanderbilt, Lions Club and state join forces to save children’s sight
Service Learning: a challenge to the VU faculty
In the News - January 11, 1999
1998 Service Awards: Honoring dedicated service to Vanderbilt University
Indian Fulbright scholars to study at Law School
Vanderbilt English professor wins prestigious poetry award
Faculty/Staff Notes
Kudos highlight Parents' Weekend
Briefly Speaking
1910 'Flexner Report' was turning point for School of Medicine
Campus galleries feature state artists
University strengthens ties with Hume Fogg
Admissions pool for fall '98 one of VU's largest and strongest
Vanderbilt community speaks out on Clinton
Harvard professor to deliver April 28 lecture on school desegregation
Goodwill program recycles dumpster-bound clothes, furniture
University Staff Advisory Council Notes from April 9 meeting
Black church seen at crossroads
UPS strike delivers detours, delays
In Brief
Students compete to avoid scrambled cargo
Four faculty awards presented April 24
In Brief
Johnson, Dickerson share honor from national society
BULLETIN BOARD Dec. 2-8, 1996
KUDOS - to Vanderbilt students
In Brief
Vanderbilt In The News
In Brief
In Brief
In Brief
Vanderbilt committee looking at Year 2000 problem
Vanderbilt prepares to meet Year 2000 challenge
Owen School’s new center to examine how companies, customers use Internet
Faculty and Staff Notes
This Week In Vanderbilt History...
VU senior co-produces video of folk medicine practices
Revisions made to holiday and vacation policies for employees
Observatory has new focus, interim director
Summer parking changes announced
Importance of humanities heightened in modern world
Blood drive memorializes VU student
Personal attack propels Stella Parton to speak out against sex offenders
Cross-cultural forum links students around the globe
Masses of media, new technology
Warren Center director lobbies Washington for NEH funding
Close collaboration key to Kennedy Center’s success
Campaign helps diabetes research
Commodores to host U.T. at Adelphia Coliseum
Nashville Youth Repertory Orchestra performs April 30
Controversial Napster sends wake-up call to the music industry
Around Campus
FDX Corporation to endow professorship for faculty research
In Brief
ExtraVUganza 2002
Blair Suzuki Players present free concert April 19
In Brief
Office of Honors Scholarships established
NSF director to visit Vanderbilt April 18
 ‘On the front line’: Resident advisers are ready for anything
 Presidents’ values matter, says Vanderbilt political scientist
Kennedy Center names acting director
Squirrel Camp splashdown
University search committee for Women's Center director named
Carells give $20 million for new Children’s Hospital
Class of 2002 brings diversity and leadership to campus
This Week In Vanderbilt History...
Fall retirement learning classes include foreign policy, wellness issues
University Club spiffs up, adds parking
Medical physicist takes aim at cancer with radiation ‘prescriptions’
VATMAN symposium to address technology management
Guest Analysis Kate Daniels: Summit challenges Fugitive/Faulkner notion of Southern literature
Employees contribute more than $1.5 million to University
Candidates stump for votes at VU picnic
Around Campus
Retirement Learning fall courses cover Buddhism to financial planning
Vanderbilt participates in Metro's back-to-school efforts
$2.3 billion endowment outperforms market benchmarks by 20 percent
Briefly Speaking
Gore 2000
Cyber-shoppers may reduce bookstore lines
Faculty honored during Board meeting: Four faculty awards presented April 25
Duo among first to get national fellowships recognizing African-American scientists
Investing in education topic of Hall's Peabody ROUNDTABLE Dinner talk
Distinguished professors, prize winners named
Chairs of Teaching Excellence announced
Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center awards Ingram Research professorships
Message from Chancellor Wyatt on athletic committee
ExtraVUganza 2002
Students organize panel discussion to target racial intolerance, make anti-hate statement
Chancellor Wyatt appointed chair of Research Roundtable forum
Congressional staffers tour University
Peabody undergraduates hit the books to help young readers spell success
Professor brings VU European perspective
New paycheck offers more information to faculty, staff
Program to address shortage of teachers for visually impaired
$3.4 million fiber optics project strategic for Vanderbilt's future
Downtown library to honor alumnus, sportswriting legend Fred Russell
Let there be energy: Professor’s research focuses on cheaper solar energy
Development veteran, alumna steps down from alumni relations post
Address honors Burish
Newspapers applaud as socialist leaves University in 1919
ODC Valuing Diversity workshop focuses on America's aging workforce
Vanderbilt Board of Trust elects three new members
New major links science, communication
Man of words embraces innovative vision for University library system
Vanderbilt insured benefits programs annual report
Planting roots
Bookworms get plenty to digest
In Brief
Diversity curriculum launched
Grant allows researchers to study domestic violence
Journalists explore race issues
Roundtable explores importance of University's role in public service
Self-defense can defeat sexual attackers, speaker says
New center at VUMC to fight obesity, malnutrition
15 students meet Nobel laureates in Europe
Vanderbilt, Metro schools partnership credited for success
Vanderbilt to co-sponsor, host U.S. Senatorial Debate
Men’s tennis defeats UCLA to advance to NCAA finals
Former faculty senate chair recognized for 'distinguished contributions'
VU supports Sept. 28 national U.N. conference
Security Concerns Spark Debate on Openness in Research
Aerospace research testing alliance with Air Force
Sociology Department receives high marks
VU, University of Florida offer International EMBA
Web Watch: A sampling of Vanderbilt's web presence
Web Watch: A sampling of Vanderbilt's web presence
Board of Trust to meet April 25-27
Think tank conference explores entrepreneurial issues of future: Y2K, mediation and technology among topics discussed
Terrace Place Parking Garage opens
Sociology lecturer knows how to keep up her 'guard'
Humanities Center visiting fellow: Apocalypse study surprisingly apropos
Divinity School seeks to diversify religious and biblical studies faculty
Taster's choice
Purcell likely mayor; Gilmore to council seat
60-second spotlight
Inaugural lecture given on history of medicine
Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center investigators chase 'Pac-Man' proteins
'Iron Lady' speaks
Attack of the Computer Virus
VU food guru honored for eatery turnaround
English professor delivers poetry to World Trade Center shrine
VUMC Board approves phase II of Children's Hospital project
APA executive McCarty named dean of Arts and Science
Eyewitnesses recount tornado experiences
1998-99 Academic Calendars are published and now available
Briefly Speaking
Maintaining the Peabody character: panel explores pros and cons of merger
Southern Festival of Books features several VU authors
In Brief
Alumnus Wallace honored
Invitation for comment from the Committee on Nominations for Officers of the Board of Trust
Vanderbilt sponsors free workshop on wiring schools for the Internet
The Campaign for Vanderbilt tops $557 million
Notre Dame game prompts parking adjustment
New assistant dean for career services at Law School
March Grants from the division of sponsored research
Scott named associate provost for academic affairs
Law professor's controversial book denounces 'new white nationalism': Author calls for end of racial preferences, fewer immigrants
Faculty-Staff Campaign
Tornadoes strike Nashville, Vanderbilt feels effects, Vanderbilt cleaning up after tornado
Rites of Spring
New policy approved to allow employees to bridge benefits from former Vanderbilt service
Polygamy has its benefits: speaker
Opportunities rich for science-communications field
ROTC remembers Longinotti with April 16 blood drive
Chancellor search committee picks firm
Owen hires associate director of admissions and marketing
Board elects new members, re-elects officers
Around Campus
Justad appointed assistant to the Chancellor
This Week In Vanderbilt History...
Great Performances celebrates 20 years
Video teleconferences help Tennessee diabetics
Graduates ponder future in variable economic climate
Dignitaries from South African universities study Vanderbilt administration, structure
'College Night' encourages students to continue studies
Housing lottery: Students anxiously await the luck of the draw
University alcohol policies strengthened
Students awarded Churchill, Marshall scholarships
MARCH GRANTS . . .from the Division of Sponsored Research
This Week In Vanderbilt History...
Board of Trust president attends national education summit: Hall pleased with emphasis on accountability
Frontiers in Services Conference planned
VU hosts gathering of Southern writers
Faculty/Staff Notes
Vanderbilt, Lions Club and state join forces to save children’s sight
Around Campus
Jewish Studies Committee brings scholars to discuss ethics and creation, archeology
13 Questions With Geraldine Nesmith and Rhoda Bostick
Senior forward Sam named Kodak All-American
Faculty/Staff Notes
Nobel Prize Winner
VU professors develop Web games to teach the effects of competition
Review benefits during open enrollment time
On the record
Metro veteran named VU assistant police chief
10-day event focuses upon multi-cultural awareness
PEAK delivers scholarly journals via the Internet
Diamonds hard to beat for use in electronics technology
Retirement Learning at Vanderbilt offers a variety of classes
VU study suggests pet waste may pollute urban streams
Engineering highlights research
Owen School announces administrative changes
Acceptance packets to members of the Class of 2005 are in the mail
‘Traveling’ to Vanderbilt
Career fair targets current employees
Felten eases transition for junior faculty
Teacher-in-Residence Program explores challenges, applies research to classroom
In Brief
Blair faculty provide students with insights into Music Row
Vanderbilt Board of Trust holds spring meeting April 24-25
Q & A with U.S. Senator Bill Frist
Outlaw honored with 2002 Chancellor’s Cup Award
AUGUST GRANTS from the division of sponsored research
Medical students learn business side of health at Owen
Faculty/Staff Notes
Divinity School plays a role in Orsborn’s spiritual odyssey
And the band plays on
Faculty Senate passes two resolutions April 11
This Week In Vanderbilt History...
MIHOW receives Points of Light award
Parents best to offer support while 'letting go' of freshmen
Faculty/Staff Notes
Out of the Shell: Project helps children speak for themselves
ExtraVUganza 2002
Undergraduates conduct summer research at VU
MBAs plan look at Cuba’s changes
VU minority engineering students get a head start
Death penalty brings activists to state; VU opinions range
Dining service director’s honor delivered on a Silver Plate
Vanderbilt wins nine awards in national printing contest
Free lunch and lectures focus of public library series
"Catfish Out of Water City Art Project"
In Brief
NSF director visits Vanderbilt
Vanderbilt Authors 1995-96
David Jones, former development vice president, dies at the age of 60
Blair dean named to Country Music Foundation's board: Appointment reflects school's burgeoning involvement across multiple musical genres
Briefly Speaking
Vanderbilt In The News
New tax law supports education, impacts TIAA/CREF participants
In Brief
Thackston to receive state lifetime environmental, conservation award
Outgoing chair lists progress of Faculty Senate during 2002-03
Mayor Bredesen shares insights on local issues with students
Faculty/Staff Notes
In Brief
Vanderbilt’s service learning effort rated among the best in ‘U.S. News’ rankings
IBM’s Paul Horn to address technology-driven future
Right of cities to sue gun manufacturers debated at VU
Minister, atheist to debate existence of God on April 20
‘It’s really nice to hear your voice,’ inmate’s son says
Poll: Ethnic profiling, war effort garner local support
Attention is key to the brain binding color and shape of visual objects
Vanderbilt Security adds, augments services to maximize campus safety
University joins in effort to provide affordable housing
Organic chemist receives prestigious Cope Scholar Award
Gee speaks on first day of Metro schools
Bourne family tree has many branches of black and gold
National firm to develop University's 'master plan'
Discovery alters view of how psycho-drugs work
Campuswide zoning proposal under consideration: Parking system would include Athletic Garage
Vanderbilt professors honored with prestigious awards
In Brief
Raimondo named coordinator for Volunteer Activities
Anatomy of an earthquake: Experts, students discuss effects of Turkish quake and likelihood of recurrence
Widenhofer speaks, coaches with passion
Dean Infante to step down as A&S head in June 2000
Writer's voice
ExtraVUganza 2002
Faculty/Staff Notes
Vanderbilt provides violence victims support
New policy explains transfer process for Vanderbilt University employees
Faculty-Staff Campaign seeks to broaden donor base
VU to host Family Re-Union 7
SafeTrip service offers new campus protection
Dining Services hosts campuswide gala to celebrate Ivy Award April 22
Community Giving Campaign under way
Student Life launch searches to fill five key positions
Faculty/Staff Notes
University community condemns posting of racist fliers
Start-up capital from University will help market VU technology
Briefly Speaking
BEST program added to Metro schools in an effort to fight school violence
Famed alumnus to speak at Phi Beta Kappa's centennial celebration
Letters to the Editor
Resource conservation on campus: it just makes sense
Historian challenges in court presidential order to seal Reagan's records
Physician explores advantages of cyber-learning
Study of Braille readers sheds light on brain function
Officials change campus zoning plan
Colloquium conjures up ghosts of the past
Students, faculty rate century’s business innovations
In Brief
The Vanderbilt Hustler suspends publication
Faculty/Staff Notes
Turner sees Vanderbilt as national model in total development of student-athletes
Environmental labors pay off for Eagle Scout Zimmerman
ExtraVUganza 2002
Vanderbilt molecular biologist named 1998 Pew Scholar
Sloan Center for Internet Retailing announced at Vanderbilt
Nobel laureate presents Slack lecture April 8-9
Free lunch and lectures focus of public library series
Leadership Vanderbilt Alumni volunteer to spruce up special education school
Scientist brings Yale colleagues to new interdisciplinary imaging initiative
Merck Scholars in mental retardation research founded
Children all the more important as American population ages
Branscomb remembered: A man for all times
Vanderbilt In The News
Physicist combines love of teaching with zeal for minority recruitment
 Minority Research Program draws top national students
$100 million campaign for Ingram Cancer Center begins
In Brief
Chapman honored for 25 years as dean of School of Medicine
Vanderbilt science students teach sixth-graders fun of science, school
Vanderbilt students join fourth Ingram Scholars class
Live from Kirkland Hall
Drug therapy reverses stomach disorder
Other Faculty Assembly news
Dowdy assumes responsibilities of dean of students
Pantelides named Distinguished Scientist at Oak Ridge lab
Facilities, land, people combine to form 'art' of university campuses
This Week In Vanderbilt History...
Vanderbilt football camp scores high among boys
Visiting professor specializes in East Asian religion
Record number of donors contribute to campaign
United Way and Other Giving Campaign kicks off Sept. 6
'Compassionate Cannibalism' topic of lecture
Students speak with Clinton, dine with Gore
Possible changes in Health 1-2-3 care plan shouldn’t affect coverage
Jenious returns to ODC as associate director
Web Watch: A sampling of Vanderbilt's web presence
This Week In Vanderbilt History...
Security chief urges 'common sense' precautions
Reach Out!
Break Away teaches students to develop alternative breaks
Alumni and Development help with 'Day of Caring'
Partlett named acting dean of Law School
Undergraduate tuition set for 2002-03
Campus invited to barbecue the Irish Sept. 5
Sarratt Art Studio classes offered to faculty, staff beginning Sept. 23
VU scientists organize National Society of Hispanic Physicists
University extends benefits to domestic partners
This Week In Vanderbilt History...
The Last Word with Brock Williams
Web Watch: A sampling of Vanderbilt's web presence
Holy Days and Holidays
Special kids need special teachers; this project helps
Founders Walk to launch new tradition
Dead Letter Office for Postal Trivia
Student, civil rights advocate spends summer in D.C. as Harvard fellow
Higher ed aided by tax bill, but presidential veto looms
Retirement Plan orientation meetings scheduled
Coast-to-coast learning goal of innovative center
Ivory cuff links symbol of good will between US, Japan
Law School announces administrative changes
On the record
Voegeli named acting dean of Arts and Science
'Hearts and Minds' VUMC ad campaign emphasizes high quality of care, services
Hanging of the Green
Board of Trust meeting scheduled for April 25-26
Faculty and Staff Notes
VU uses Web to spread word about storm damage
Faculty additions at Law School
Cal Turner Speaks
An open letter from the Chancellor
Fit to print: Campus Copy goes high-tech to increase quality, reduce time
This Week In Vanderbilt History...
Semi-annual faculty assembly scheduled for Aug. 29
1997 Summer Faculty pay dates
Law School endows awards honoring alumnus
Patients get their say in hospital design
University designer Gore leaves his mark at Vanderbilt
Forstman to serve as acting dean of Divinity School
Foss visiting BMI composer at Blair School
Development executive named chief Medical Center fund-raiser
12 Questions With Lee Greenberg
JFK’s 1963 visit was to celebrate VU’s 90th birthday
Appeals court issues ruling in DiNardo contract case
Vanderbilt University to cybercast May 8 Commencement ceremony
Search, advisory committees set for chancellor search
Vanderbilt University names vice chancellor for media relations
Tsinakis named to post in College of Arts and Science
Higher ed aided by tax bill, but presidential veto looms
In Brief
Collaborative strategies for successful growth to be discussed at summit
In Brief
March Grants from the Office of Sponsored Research
University partners with Metro for teacher-mentor program
Grand opening
Leading international law scholar Charney dies
Ruling threatens to reduce integration to 'token levels'
Oscar nominee offers career advice
Ask the Experts
Music course explores how society changed women's roles in music
The winners for the 1998 Arts and Science Faculty Awards announced
Leading figures in campaign finance reform to discuss new law
Study: Parents shouldn't teach children to fight back bullies
Letters to the Editor
Annual Kudos Awards given during Parents' Weekend
Executive M.B.A. program expands to Latin America
VU offers MS in Medical Physics
Peabody celebrates retiring faculty, former Globetrotter with service day
Pyrotechnics and purple bread pans mark journey of Centennial chemist
Kennedy Center discusses needs of special children
Hall’s tenure as Board chair filled with achievements
IRIS partnership brings more library resources to VU, UT and UK researchers
Gifts move Sarratt Center renovation process ahead
Should the impeachment process use a higher standard to convict?
Bayuzick pleased with space shuttle experiments
Commodore Cup Winners
Antique McTyeire mirror reflects a commitment to Vanderbilt's history
Around Campus
Shookhoff to join Child & Family Center
Need for computer chips in space
Jacobsons endow two new chairs
Engineering advances will affect satellites, PCs
Changes at VUaccess focus on student users, reliability
Gallery welcomes a `delicate balance' of Israeli photography
Students earn NSF awards
Human Resources INROADS intern presented Scholar of the Year Award
Sztipanovits' software research to improve aerospace systems
Urmy to take over new responsibilities at VUMC
Record number of faculty, staff give to campaign
'Black Hawk Down' pilot calls for increased Department of Defense research
Women's Center photo exhibit examines body image, culture
Annual insured benefit report summary notification
Football team recognized for high graduation rate
Vanderbilt ranked 19th by U.S. News
Athletes recognized for high graduation rates
'Fan Day' reinvented as 'Dore Jam': New event to feature dedication of practice complex
Chancellor's charge to Board of Trust committee
The Last Word with Watechia Baugh
VEHS recognized by National Safety Council with two awards
Oasis Center relies on interns
They're back - student move in affects parking
Parking changes begin April 27
Gilmer named acting director of BCC
Bingham conducts youth symphony last time
Staff handbook a click away on Human Resources Web page
Around Campus
McKinney to head revamped technology transfer office
Student tracks mystery of childhood fever syndrome
Can statistics be fun? Getz says yes
Register gets face lift
Perakis receives NSF Career Award
Vanderbilt to be site of Gore's family conference
Open house for the arts Sept. 10
VU to showcase research in National Defense exhibit
Former VP headlines Earth Day event
Distinguished visiting scholar chair established in honor of Branscomb
Around Campus
PBS satellite broadcast to address Y2K issues
Science and the media focus of forum
Metro celebrates first day of school with Vanderbilt support
How you can help
Panel: Keep parking intact
Chairman of NTSB to deliver Public Policy Lecture
Career Center hosts two student fairs
VU volunteers crew, equipment for cleanup
Professor emeritus Samuel Enoch Stumpf, 80, dies
Family Re-Union 8 again at VU
Winter break parking modifications
Vanderbilt alumnus and former trustee Walter Murray dies
Alumna Amy Grant speaks at Blair
Nobel winner Leon Lederman to speak on science education
Artist captures Nashville scenes on canvas
Coming to a computer near you — Vanderbilt commencement
Royalty graces Peabody campus
Electrocution claims life of local worker
Bennett Harvie Branscomb
Innovative surgical procedure performed on fetus with spina bifida
Wyatt attends final AAU meeting as Chancellor
Board to receive athletic report
National Cancer Institute director to speak April 24
Faculty, staff to pay more for health care coverage in 2003: Administrators cite rising costs, older population as cause for benefit increase
Former U.S. Attorney General Janet Reno to speak at Law School
Federal court approves settlement in nutrition study suit
Vanderbilt selects developer for West End Avenue site
Freshman Family Weekend
Vanderbilt Dining wins award for Rand Restaurants Project
Vanderbilt ranked among nation's best
Sarratt Gallery has gifts with artistic flair
Faculty, staff work on mental health code
Law Review conference focuses on career issues
Are you ready for some football? Get your Oilers tickets here
New parking zones under way
Founders Walk to launch new tradition
American rivers exhibit premieres at library
Justice Anthony Kennedy addresses constitutions, democracies Sept. 12
Panel discusses role of Christianity in government
Homework hotline eases school stress
BOT to meet April 27-29
ExtraVUganza 2002
Education inclusion movement focus of Sept. 12 Peabody public meeting
Interdisciplinary collaborations: Neuroscience Initiative to explore 'mind's eye'
7 Questions With Rudi Aldridge, Supervisor of Technical Services, Blair School of Music
Math chair Tsinakis named associate provost
In Memoriam
Campus crime report offers mixed results
Cohen named to administration of Vanderbilt’s Owen School
Attack ads have their uses, political scientist’s research shows
Scholarship endowed in Dean Infante's name
McGowan named Graduate School assistant dean
In his own words ...
Werthans endow Chair of Jewish Studies at Divinity School
Veteran broadcaster to announce games
Partlett wins 1998 Jefferson Award
In Brief
Vanderbilt engineer receives national award for computer animation research
Steve Earle to conclude 'Conversations Series'
Board of Trust to meet: Members to discuss residential colleges
Davidson joins University of Pennsylvania staff
Committee to search for dean of School of Engineering
C'mon and put on your boogie shoes
Peabody to host President's Commission on Excellence in Special Education hearing
Briefly Speaking
CarboMed helped by Vanderbilt investment
Successful breast-feeding depends on baby's ability to smell mother
Briefly Speaking
Earley urges students to ‘dig deep’ in personal essays
In Brief - April 26, 1999
In Brief
In Brief
Kennedy Center names new investigators
Athletics and academics can go hand in hand with help from both
TaLI helps teachers help schools
Marsha Casey named Vanderbilt University Hospital chief
Chairs of Teaching Excellence announced
Vanderbilt In The News
Vanderbilt alumnus Kingsbury named Vanderbilt Register editor
Schulman Center’s Kosher restaurant is open to Vanderbilt students, Nashville community
Cal Turner honored with Distinguished Alumnus Award
Diamond film containing nano-scale pyramids to convert solar energy
Psychopharmacology archive at VUMC to serve as international center
Around Campus
inancial Markets Research Center to analyze stock market since 1987 crash
JULY GRANTS ... from the Division of Sponsored Research
Kosovo war stems from ancient conflict, professor says
Law school announces expansion and renovation
End of summer brings parking changes
White named associate university chaplain
Nashville’s religious communities, state government among topics for Retirement Learning at Vanderbilt
Syrian-born divinity professor discovers America as the land of opportunity
Community Giving Campaign sets new record
ROTC program among nation's best
10 Questions With Tony Pace
Sponsored research reaches $214 million
Admissions seeks input on prospective students
Chancellor lauds December graduates
Kwanzaa celebration
Vanderbilt's holiday gala Dec. 20
Blair spring registration starts Jan. 4
As need for Net access rises, ACIS details users’ options
Wyatt honored for supporting Break Away program
3-D technology lets doctors ‘see’ surgery
Vanderbilt professor, two visiting faculty receive 2001-02 Fulbright Scholar grants
Chancellor praises University volunteers
Virtual Job Fair connects employers, students by computer
Vanderbilt assists K-12 teachers who are piloting Internet use
Are you ready?
This Week In Vanderbilt History...
Record number of employees give to Faculty-Staff Campaign
Former Peabody Professor Hardy Wilcoxon dies
Emeritus Professor Emilio Willems dies
Fundamental Question
Patrick Hawkins prepares for a Rocky ride.
Outdoor Recreation Center opens
Frist First
Web Watch: A sampling of Vanderbilt's web presence
Technology update: Changes afoot for modem pool, VUmail service
Research finding how mosquitoes sniff out prey may lead to more effective sprays and repellents
Library features special collection treasures
Top 10 donations to higher education
'U.S. News' ranks professional schools: Peabody climbs to No. 5, highest listing ever
Apprenticeship program gives employees tools for success
Kennedy Center honors staff
Kaiser named chair of Peabody dean search committee
Letter from Coach Woody Widenhofer
Nursing School begins graduate correctional health program
Sociology ranks 3rd in faculty productivity
Vanderbilt researcher studies advanced cancer treatment
Top 10 ways to maintain, not gain
On the record
VUMC hosts President's Cancer Panel: Participants describe hurdles to treatment
Rolling Stones to paint it black (and gold)
 Students experience ancient Israeli life on archeological dig
 VU ranked among the best in latest U.S. News & World Report
Board approves athletic report
HEALTH 1-2-3 financial strength holding steady
'Neither fish nor fowl': University Chaplain Bev Asbury retires after 30 years of delicately balancing church, academy
Freedom Forum funds center to train journalists
Vanderbilt to participate in Metro School's first-day festivities
Holy Days and Holidays
 Issues affecting working women impact labor movement policy
Vanderbilt Engineering announces summer research awards
Great Performances at Vanderbilt offers variety of entertainment
Class of 2002 to sign VU honor code
Gee joins initiative to honor Pulitzer winner on U.S. stamp
Trio performs medieval Christmas music Dec. 5
Wyatt announces plan to retire as Chancellor in July 2000
April 26 - May 3, 1999 Martha Ingram named chair of Vanderbilt Board of Trust
Commodore Award nominations due Sept. 6
Meyer wins seat on school board
ODC accepting Affirmative Action Awards nominations
What they are saying
Prepare for congestion as students return
New zoned parking plan takes effect
TeSelle receives Jefferson Award
Memorial services planned for VIPPS researcher Shane
 Bioengineering center establishes first industrial partnership
Faculty-Staff Campaign Spotlight
Couples, cashflow topic of workshop
Fife named director of grant and contract accounting
Second-annual blood drive to honor 1998 tornado victim
Vanderbilt In The News
Area preschool children to kick off Week of the Young Child April 14
April 8 law lecture to explore 'How free is speech at work?'
Faculty: New Russian president remains political unknown, Alliance with Communists may be telling
World-renowned violin teacher to conduct masterclasses April 8
Higher Education Act impacts institutions, students, faculty
VUMC departments rank high with National Institutes of Health
Garden Club planted seeds for campus’s natural beauty
VU researcher: Smell of amniotic fluid can comfort newborns
Beam me up, Scotty: Psychologists use science fiction to teach science
Stadler works to bring VU technologies to community
Army couple share battle against Ebola
Emory theologian to give Norton Lecture April 22
Vanderbilt Visiting Writers Series brings four authors to campus
Briefly Speaking
1998-99 observed religious holidays
New director, name change at Office of Administrative Systems
Going Pro: Vanderbilt alumnae show basketball what ‘girl power’ is all about
Stories they could tell
Pupo-Walker finishes landmark in Latin American studies
Corporate management urged to keep celebrationsÂ
Solutions in Housing conference
New Law School program to help domestic violence victims
Mahadevan wins SAE's distinguished educator award
Susan Gray School opens playground
Law School announces administrative changes
NYSE head to speak about investor confidence Sept. 25
Ask the Experts
Locksmith opens artistic doors
Hepatitis B study funded
Vanderbilt engineering student from Michigan awarded prestigious Tau Beta Pi scholarship
Elizabeth Matthews is ready for wedded bliss, life changes
Vanderbilt opens SEC baseball tournament with Auburn at 10 a.m. today
Determining what consumers think after purchasing products key, Oliver says
Chemistry Building dedication April 24
Wanted: Faculty books
Media fellowship explores religion in modern society
Around Campus
Sale benefits VU
VUMC team monitoring latest NASA space shuttle experiments
Study suggests genetically modifying sunflowers for white mold resistance would have little environmental impact
Corporate directors to study effects of ‘Reforms of 2002’
Memorial Service
Gore, Alexander conduct workshop
Danforth Foundation vice president to be honored by VIPPS Dec. 15
Mayfield Living/Learning Lodges show their stuff
TAs oriented to the art of teaching
Shepherd named director of new Office for Science Outreach
Johnson ready to lead organization
Commencement 2003
The Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital to open Oct. 25
42nd Annual Mexico/U.S. Interparliamentary Group Conference
Graduate students teach tobacco dangers at Cumberland Science Museum: Translating exhibit into Spanish is part of the ongoing effort by medical, nursing students
Poets, novelist share their works as part of visiting writers series
Renowned theologian McClure to lead key doctoral program for Vanderbilt Divinity School
 Center for Teaching will lead by example
Fire at Peabody
Five schools ranked among nation's best
Athletic Department earns NCAA certification
Alumnus Burke founds teaching fellowship program in philosophy
Building named in honor of Seigenthaler: Announcement celebrates birthday of civil rights advocate
'Winter Festival' to emphasize fun, cultural diversity
Shakespeare’s computer lets readers boot up the Bard
VUMC takes hard look at ethics of electronic records
 Blair has conversations with acclaimed artists
Owen School names two new assistant deans
Vanderbilt announces reduced golf course fees for faculty, staff, students
In Brief
Leadership Vanderbilt volunteers
Musical Chairs
Briefly Speaking
Wyatt’s challenge to faculty: Embrace change and growth
VUMC pioneers safer blood product
Nursing School provides care at Domestic Violence Center
Distinguisged Alumnus
Horse-chasing dog of good fortune named George was once BMOC
Vanderbilt responds to challenges in wake of tornado Emergency assistance offered for Vanderbilt employees affected by tornadoes
ExtraVUganza 2002
Getting wired: Peabody graduate students connect Metro schools to the Internet
Vanderbilt well represented at Presidents' summit April 27-29
VUSN to offer online courses
Kids and Kites flys high April 10
Dismas honors Alexander Heard
Cohen places dollar amount on benefits of saving high-risk youths
Faculty/Staff Notes
Faculty/Staff Notes
Seminar instructs state educators on spotting teens at risk for violence
Voices of experience pass on skills to new teachers
Faculty granted semester of paid parental leave
Vanderbilt, Meharry establish new center for AIDS research
Faculty/Staff Notes
VUMC develops tool for understanding tumors
Patient-songwriter kicks-off Children's Miracle Network: Performs 'Rescue Me' for President Bush, First Lady
Scientist-astronaut and explorer discusses experiences
In Brief - April 12, 1999
Oscar-winners Neal and Holm visit film class
Tributes highlight Board of Trust meeting
Briefly Speaking
Owen study debunks trendy compensation package
This Week In Vanderbilt History...
International symposium to honor mathematician
Neuroscientist becomes NAS member
Professor documents 28 years of VU commencements
Robotic bugs crawl like crazy, may fly one day
Administrative leave policy enacted
SR Building renamed to honor Chancellor's contributions
University to graduate 2,858 students
Briefly Speaking
University joins first 24-hour TV/Internet research channel
Burns brings Cajun spice to Divinity School
Neuronal growth in brain may explain phantom limb syndrome
Former first lady lauds brain research at Kennedy Center
New policies on administrative review and dispute resolution enacted
Triple-organ recipient grows stronger:Hedgecoth stresses importance of organ donations
Black Cultural Center's Boateng dies
This Week In Vanderbilt History...
Team members for AHA walk needed
Death Penalty: Counting the costs
Faculty Receive 25-year chairs at annual assembly
Cell biology chair steps down to focus on cancer center, research
Elections, faculty awards slated for Board of Trust meeting
Photographer dies at 'Gathering'
Former graduate student among those killed in Brown crash
Vanderbilt and Nashville: Working Together for a Better Tomorrow
Long-time team physician 'Pinky' Lipscomb dies
Law firm creates student summer stipend for public interest law
Millennial Gathering
Briefly Speaking
Final Report of the Committee on Intercollegiate Athletics Vanderbilt University
'Acorn' computer automation system debuts: New, enhanced system keeps up with technology
Bridge Project wins national Golden Apple Award
Undesignated campaign funds to be used for endowed professorships
Martha Ingram to chair Blair Keyboard
Ingram Scholar receives Points of Light award from President Clinton
Peabody chest restored, returned to campus
Students honored at Kudos
Internet use means opportunities, pitfalls for state’s attorneys
Child and Family Policy Center hosts forum
Around Campus
Ronald Dean Elliott, 57, manager of student loans, dies after bicycle accident
Steve Green, photo coordinator for creative services, is fully aware of his conflicting personality traits.
Benbow named Peabody dean
Betty Price named VU's controller
Peabody College hosts Tennessee Teacher Summit
Cruel and unusual?
Sarratt Gallery features Tennessee artist
Zeppos appointed associate dean at Vanderbilt law school
Tornado siren to be tested April 16
Is the death penalty a deterrent?
This Week In Vanderbilt History...
New archivist to oversee digitizing of historic photos in Special Collections
Conference spotlights role of ethics in managed care
This Week In Vanderbilt History...
New world for the Web
Engineering professor Goodrich dies
McCauley named executive director of risk management
Self-esteem expert to speak at Vanderbilt's Kennedy Center
Volunteers take service into city
Law school forum to focus on Clinton affair
Around Campus
Divinity School hosts lectures during Homecoming ’98
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Lecturer addresses globalization of social movements
Nursing school dean appointed to Medicare commission
VU Graduate School hosts first Collegiate Day on Campus April 9
Textile artist's work featured at Women's Center
Harvard researcher to discuss effects of institutionalization on Romanian children
Teacher training series to conclude with poster session, reception
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Yale University chief of police named head of security
Oct. 9 symposium on automotive industry goes international
Lecture to honor former Provost Burish
Finding the Faith: Students, faculty create directory of Nashville's religious entities
`Power feminism'
Vanderbilt Register:Conference on investing internationally April 11-12
VU surgeons treat nerve disease with electrical device in brain
Crash cushions, other patents bring near $900,000 in revenue
Board of Trust meets Nov. 6-7
Women's basketball coach leaves for OSU
AIDS, Religion and Society AIDS, Religion and Society AIDS, Religion and Society
YMCA Alternative Education Center named after Martin
Nobel Laureate to deliver Slack Lectures
On the record
Violence against women focus of fellowship
Vanderbilt Society of Black Engineers co-hosts national convention, wins awards
Shields named to new service-learning post
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Web Watch: A sampling of Vanderbilt's web presence
In Brief - April 12, 1999
Biomedical optics lab established
More than one way to improve world health, speaker says
This Week In Vanderbilt History...
Student leaders from Vanderbilt, area universities collaborate at conference
New vaccine tests fight deadly skin cancer melanoma
Lecture series to explore the Holocaust through art
Campaign under way for new Center for Jewish Life
Briefly Speaking
New telescope to honor associate dean's late brother
This Week In Vanderbilt History...
Initiative to study biology, geology of deep-sea vents
AVBA names Cashin distinguished alumnus
E-password to provide enhanced, more secure online services
Committee seeks consultant to establish 'master plan'
New FEL director plans to broaden scope of center
Former students, colleagues reunite for Centennial Professor
Pulitzer-winner to discuss importance of science writing
Faculty, staff and students debate campus tobacco policies
Home-built supercomputer crunches data at bargain-basement prices
Policies adopted to facilitate alternative work arrangements
Supporting the transition from high school to adult life
Faculty help launch 'Decade of Behavior' during Capitol Hill visit
Rabbi to join VU in July
Briefly Speaking
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'Elections 2000' class learns from debate
Visiting Branscomb Scholar to participate in 'Great Performances'
Gee holds first 'Faculty Forum' in fall series
Briefly Speaking
Project GRAD awarded $5.7 million grant by DOE
Undergraduate fellowships conclude with presentations
Law faculty to argue second case before U.S. Supreme Court
Two-day career fair brings students, employers together
Owen climbs to No. 22 in 'BusinessWeek' rankings
Lady Catherine Meyer
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NIH compliance team visits University
Emeritus faculty dies
BOT member Farris dies
Kosson testifies on safety of stored chemical weapons
Fund raising tops $94M in FY'00
Can Vanderbilt add aesthetics to academics and athletics?
AUGUST GRANTSfrom the division of sponsored research
HR now accepting resumes online
'Project Safe' to combat violence
Briefly Speaking
Two Nobel laureates to speak as part of Symposium 2000
British ambassador's wife to speak on international custody disputes
Computers slated for bedsides in Children's Hospital
This Week In Vanderbilt History...
Pornography, prostitution discussion begins lecture series
Former hostage used 'gifts of his unconscious' to survive captivity
VUStar provides media access to faculty by satellite
Prize-winning poet to read as part of Vanderbilt Visiting Writers Series
Author of bestseller to lecture at Owen on e-business
University offers 'seniors' continuing education program
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Campaign asks faculty, staff to 'reach out to others'
Dining Services donates leftovers to needy
Former Beirut hostage to speak at Law School Sept. 20
University establishes Dean's Graduate Fellowships to succeed Compton minority fellowship program
Changes to Service Awards Ceremony
Economist to discuss 'irrational exuberance' in Steine Lecture
Sitar musician to perform at Langford
Hill wants to pronounce harassment dead
Inside Vanderbilt : Operators keep Vanderbilt on the line
Survey: Faculty champion research, reputation
VUMC's Dubois is lone American accepted into prestigious Royal College of Physicians
Briefly Speaking
Tort law conference to review advisory rules
Retirement Learning at Vanderbilt membership open to community
New faculty become oriented to Vanderbilt
Wyatt 'graduates' with Class of 2000
Silent Teachers: Medical students learn from human donors
Tie One On
Father-and-son team provide free medical aid in Philippines
This Week In Vanderbilt History...
Author discusses Southern literature, 'Jim the Boy'
'TLC' helps train international TAs for classroom
The best little warehouse off campus
Visiting Writers Series, fall 2000
Enrollment yield up 6 percent in two years
New grant to foster global study of ancient Near East history
Briefly Speaking
Law students introduced to rigors of profession on first day
Franklin wins Jefferson Award
Grads, future pros lead tennis team to NCAA tournament
Faculty-Staff Campaign passes midpoint
lack graduates dedicate recognition ceremony to Boateng
VU honors top scholars during commencement
This Week In Vanderbilt History...
$1M donation endows three scholarships
Class of 2000
Organizational changes announced
Waging war against viruses
Chasing the cyberworm: Network administrators corral 'Love Bug' virus early
Messages carried to Washington on value of university research
Herb Alpert
Anti-harassment, equal opportunity policies enacted by University
Partnership with Celera advances basic science research
Wyatt 'graduates' with Class of 2000
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Dr. Alton Pollard III
Water expert re-appointed to DOE advisory board
Lecture to explore developmental effects of alcohol
Internet auction to benefit Susan Gray School
Briefly Speaking
Nirvana in the Classroom: Faculty instructs students to hit the road in 'final' lecture
Sponsored research posts significant gain in fiscal Y2K
Phone directory conjures up theme, name contest
17k e-books available through library
VUMC physician reelected to U.S. Senate
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This Week In Vanderbilt History
Who won?
BOT hears campus concerns
The Accidental Attorney:General counsel found law career after earning MBA
Conference to discuss the black church and human sexuality
'Standard Deviates' create videos to teach HOD peers
Washington office serves as Vanderbilt 'embassy'
Media Savvy
Student Recreation Center Operating Hours During Fall Break 2000
Children's Hospital first to offer 'Meals on Demand'
Holiday Parking Schedule
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Board of Trust approves fund-raising campaign
Donated patent may lead to new medicines
DOE reappoints faculty to environmental advisory board
'I Love You' virus rebounds at VU
Politics in Action
Advisory board interacts with young science writers
Briefly Speaking
Young feminists to speak
Undergrads study cultural paradox in Southern literature
Tate named director of the State and Local Policy Center at VIPPS
VAA president: Alumni resources go beyond cash gifts to University
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Through the Frozen Looking Glass: Scientists develop ultrahigh resolution microscope
New dean named for School of Medicine
Blair faculty wins prestigious Avery Fisher Prize
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Mission from Mars
Board of Trust to meet
New signs to direct visitors to parking, destinations
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Political humorist to perform at Langford
Stead elected into National Institute of Medicine
March symbolizes zero tolerance for violence against women
Workshop offered on theological education
Kirkland Memorabilia Room to feature VU's present, future
Retirement plan altered
Board of Trust member Yarnell dies in Chattanooga
Davidson, former Vanderbilt administrator, dies


Vanderbilt R&D generates more than 5,000 Middle Tennessee jobs
Summary Annual Reports
Understanding the rising cost of health care
Chartered bus returns 28 students to New York City area
8 Questions with Lisa Stephens
Web Watch | A sampling of Vanderbilt's web presence
Vanderbilt builds a library and a relationship with its Peabody neighbor
Around Campus
Wilkerson Center and Musculoskeletal Institute slated for new building
On the record
Web Watch | A sampling of Vanderbilt's web presence
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Two new centers apply math to weighty problems
New interdisciplinary program focuses upon stem cell research
Graduate student named Nat'l Service Fellow
University Staff Advisory Council Notes
Gee gives inaugural Commencement address
By the Numbers
Ceremony recognizes black graduates
Campus Retrospect
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Faculty-Staff Campaign Spotlight
New arts and sciences consortium formed
Fulbright seminar
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Attack of the Computer Viruses!
Semi-annual meeting yields feedback from BOT, faculty, students
Pressing Matters: 402.2-pound lift earns national champ international recognition
Owen grads hired at rate similar to years past
Survey to poll staff satisfaction
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Associate provost for student affairs receives recognition as a Diamond Honoree from ACPA
Owen ranked 16th by 'Wall Street Journal'
Ground broken for Schulman Center for Jewish Life
New policy limits tobacco use
BOT committees focus upon student issues, campus development
Study: Popular herb St. John's Wort doesn't help combat depression
Exton elected to prestigious NAS
Briefly Speaking
Briefly Speaking
Football appears fashionable again in student ranks
Harvard law professor to conclude MLK Series
Committee formed to advance international programs
VU Hoopla! : Newfound student spirit may 'open dores' to hardwood wins
On the record
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15 Questions With Carla Williams, Assistant Athletic Director for Olympic Sports
BOT hears reports on student life, Academic Venture Fund
Special assistant brings winning warmth to women's basketball team
Home schoolers make the transition, and the grades, at Vanderbilt
Multi-center effort explores human genome in search of origins of Parkinson's disease
Faculty Senate Executive Summary
Freshman killed, classmate injured in ATV accident
This Week In Vanderbilt History ...
Around Campus
Attack of the Computer Viruses!
15 Questions With Ann Donnelly
Former vice president to moderate Family Re-Union 10
On the record
Carr to receive Bridge Award
New program combines quantitative, biological sciences
Around Campus
Web Watch | A sampling of Vanderbilt's web presence
Students ponder Holocaust on fall break trip to Washington
Bioengineering center signs four industry partners
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Class on ancient origins of Mideast conflict takes on new relevance
International student dies following brain aneurysm
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Poll shows that education is on the minds of Tennesseans
Around Campus
15 Questions With Lee Langley
Take Back the Night
Responding to Results
Around Campus
This Week In Vanderbilt History ...
Owen hosts e-commerce experts
Staff Survey Says ... Results show above-average job satisfaction, concerns about pay
Students, administrators work together to increase recycling efforts at Vanderbilt
National Cancer Institute funds landmark cancer study
Lecture series to explore the heroism of 'Resistance to the Holocaust'
Attack of the Computer Viruses!
Renowned scholar of Islam to speak
Around Campus
Vanderbilt and its four buildings named Wesley
Astronomer awarded 2001 Chancellor's Cup
15 Questions With Debra Flowers
Policies define relationship guidelines, visitation for family, friends in workplace
Military-operated schools may hold answers
Terrorist attacks affect experience of Vanderbilt sophomore studying in Italy
Vanderbilt wins NSF multidisciplinary grant for reliability, risk engineering program
Owen's Executive MBA program ranked 17th by 'Business Week'
Web Watch | A sampling of Vanderbilt's web presence
This Week In Vanderbilt History ...
On the record
Around Campus
Gandhi's grandson encourages non-violence
Neuroscientist named director of Kennedy Center
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Homecoming 2001 to promote greater campus participation
'Faculty Forum' to discuss graduate education
Students protest homecoming queen vote: No African Americans among 10 finalists
Vanderbilt adopts anti-sweatshop position
15 Questions With Horace Mason
Reorganization of Dean of Students Office, Student Affairs may take effect mid-month
This Week In Vanderbilt History ...
Associate Dean of School of Engineering named
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Web Watch | A sampling of Vanderbilt's web presence
Around Campus
Staff Advisory Council
April Grants ... Division of Sponsored Research
A Vanderbilt Love Story: Former student athlete makes pitch of a lifetime
Emeritus faculty member remembers former colleague Mills
Faculty-Staff Campaign Spotlight
Baseball coach retires after 24 years, 655 wins
21st Avenue area to receive new sidewalks
Vanderbilt University Register: Staros named A&S dean at State University of New York at Stony Brook
Physicists initiate educational program with Metro Nashville teachers, students
Mathematical model helps track anthrax through USPS
English professor participates in March White House Symposium on the Harlem Renaissance
Students displaced in early morning apartment fire: No serious injuries reported in Elliston Place blaze that destroyed four units
Around Campus
Six Questions With Nina Harris
Faculty-Staff Campaign Spotlight
Ceremony honors black graduates
Gordon Gee addressed the graduating Class of 2002 and those gathered on Alumni Lawn in their honor May 10.
Republic of Korea's first lady delivers Cal Turner Lecture
State lawmakers recognize Commodores: Basketball team honored; search continues for new coach
BOT commends efforts in University, student life
Around Campus
Faculty-Staff Campaign Spotlight
C'mon and put on your boogie shoes
11 Questions With Kim Fuller, Directory of Commencement
Residential college system could begin as early as 2006
Commencement 2002 Schedule of Events
Memphis exec named CEO of Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at VU
“Understanding the Middle East” series examines Islam and post-Saddam Iraq in two events
November Grants
Women’s basketball hosts Fan Appreciation Day Jan. 4
11th Family Re-Union focuses on youth
Confederacy discussion draws opposing perspectives
Owen’s Dean Christie elected to Graduate Management Admission Council board
Family Re-Union 11 to focus on families and youth
Letters to the Editor
Salon "V" to feature Service Learning Conference attendees
Saks chairman Brad Martin to speak at Owen School
Effect of race on wealth the subject of interdisciplinary, multi-institutional research circle
Watkins to Speak on Diversity in Medical Education
Confederate Hall panel discussion to be held Oct. 18
Biodefense expert describes on technology development to combat bioterrorism
Alabama Congressional candidate speaks about reviving Democratic Party in South
ODC presents Affirmative Action and Diversity Initiatives Awards, celebrates silver anniversary
Congressional Impasse Clouds Picture for Universities
Jamison to explore ‘An Unquiet Mind’ at Vanderbilt
Candidate for Congress from Alabama to discuss Democratic Party in the South
Bill Ivey to hold Leadership Music post
Former Provost Charles Kiesler dies
Emerson String Quartet to Perform at Vanderbilt
Affirmative Action and Diversity Initiative Awards ceremony held Oct. 15
Randy Newman first guest in Blair's 2002-03 'Conversations Series'
Around Campus
Senatorial candidates debate at Ingram Hall
$100M fund supports new interschool research centers
Jacobson named to prestigious Institute of Medicine
Webcams offer continuous views of three campus locations
Vanderbilt to co-sponsor, host senatorial debate
VUMC tests smallpox vaccine
Bear market drops endowment value by 5.8 percent
Q. Did Columbus really discover America?
Vanderbilt Virtual School launches videoconference series
Freshman Family Weekend scheduled for Oct. 11-13
Vanderbilt Magazine’ boasts new look, larger circulation
Comic strip ‘Tank McNamara’ depicts Commodores in former foe’s nightmare
Faculty take Bush to task over military aggression toward Iraq
Benefits fair hosted by HRS Oct. 10-11
Retiring VIPPS director believes in the power of the coffee pot
Head of VU ‘worm farm’ studied with new Nobel prize winner
Blood may be thicker, but water helps donors stay conscious
Law School to open facilities to U.S. military recruiters
On the Move
Amy Jarman joins visiting professor James Helton for recital at Blair
In Memoriam
Garcia says Metro schools’ challenges include low teacher retention, lack of MNEA cooperation
The Last Word with 
 Beverly Brothers and Howard Thomason, 2002 Commodore Award winners
Staff Recognition
Staff recognized for years of dedicated service
Staff Recognition
Ben Schulman Center for Jewish Life to be dedicated with week of events
Staff Recognition
Graduate School reorganized; dean position to be eliminated: Committee formed to fill new associate provost for graduate education
Holocaust topic of lunch box lecture
Vanderbilt ranks tops in SEC student-athlete graduation rates
New, revised health care plans mean higher costs for faculty, staff
MacNeil speaks at Seigenthaler dedication
White nationalism the topic of Oct. 1 roundtable
Food, football and fun on agenda for Saturday’s pre-game 'Tailgate 2002'
Chancellor's Lecture Series 2002-03
Celebrity happy hour to benefit cancer research tonight
August Grants
Voter registration drive begins Sept. 30
Two students injured when falling tree smashes Divinity School window
Counting Crows to headline 2nd Annual ‘Commodore Quake’
Prominent campaign finance experts discuss controversial new law
African-American fraternities join Greek Row
Children’s social development expert to speak Sept. 26
Veteran newsman MacNeil discusses First Amendment as part of Seigenthaler Center dedication
Researchers label pollution as top priority for future state leaders
NEH seminar to discuss research grant programs Sept. 26
Years in England helped bring issue of slavery into focus
From ‘Sesame Street’ to Vanderbilt: Research team help students understand math and science
Blair’s Verrier knows the importance of ‘cracking open door of inspiration’
New Faculty
Guthrie draws from psychology, law to understand legal mind
Bolton takes side tours before getting back on academic path
Playing with molecules
Confederate Memorial Hall renamed Memorial Hall
Biologist receives $1 million to start an innovative undergraduate science education program
Volunteers Sought for Tailgate 2002
Dianne Revees sings at Great Performances Sept. 20
Divinity dean speaks at anti-war demonstration on day of presidential visit
Faculty gatherings begin second year
Divinity lectures target community for fall series
USAC president seeks to fully invest staff in the University community
‘As the World Turns’ casting call Sept. 18
Class of 2006 most diverse in history of University
The Last Word With Ken Frampton
Blair features third in series of Beethoven sonata concerts
Vanderbilt among finalists for magazine's 'Best Employers' list
Zebrafish show scientists how cells grow, move to form organisms
Vanderbilt remembers Sept. 11 with memorials, messages and music
Hercules earns University's top research prize
Early to head development, alumni relations efforts
Building Bridges
'Barron's' designates Vanderbilt among 'Most Competitive' in the country
McCoy recognized with Jefferson Award
Barge appointed to newly created assistant vice chancellor for academic affairs position
Children's Hospital offers bedside Web pages
15 Questions With Elaine McDonald, Patient Services Coordinator, Page-Campbell Heart Institute
On the record
127-year old honor code promotes academic integrity in an Enron world
Vanderbilt faculty, students to explore parallels between Brazil-U.S. through innovative curriculum and exchange program
The Last Word With Jeff Franks
David Mills joins Vanderbilt's government relations team
Vanderbilt Athletics to be part of Division of Student Life
Muskie program expands international influence at Peabody
On the Move
Spending account changes announced by HRS
Faculty and staff eligible for discount to Dec. 14 hockey game
STOP — Simplify the Operating Processes — Web site
Postdocs use research to gear up for academic, science careers
New construction management program to specialize in healthcare
Former U.S. Surgeon General targets drugs, church
Bono: Fight AIDS on scale of War on Terrorism
Race roundtable takes place
Hall to head graduate education on interim basis
21st Avenue pedestrian bridge opens
21st Avenue pedestrian bridge opens
TSU partnership links VU to K-12 classrooms virtually
Bone marrow drive Dec. 5
Astronomers theorize Universe may have more planets circling Sun-like stars than previously believed
Tornado siren test scheduled for Dec. 6
Conference brings together leading scholars in intellectual assessment
Even green pond scum can suffer from jet lag
Hanan Ashrawi, advocate for Palestinian state, to speak
Linebacker Hillenmeyer named to prestigious academic team
Free lunchtime lecture is 'sold out'
Galloway, Weiler named APS fellows
Men’s basketball presents Memorial Magic Night Sunday, Dec. 1
‘As the World Turns’ features VU students, campus Monday, Dec. 2
Making the Grade: Revised SAT will change how higher ed evaluates applicants
October Grants
On the Move
Newman launched the 2002-03 "Conversation Series"
Around Campus
Vanderbilt receives $400k federal grant to help Nashville neighborhoods
New national center to focus on terrorism, emergency preparedness
Ben Stein to speak tonight at Langford
Cornfield named VIPPS acting director
Human relations organization NCCJ seeks team leaders for spring walk-a-thon
1915 shutout win over Tennessee Volunteers overshadowed by tragedyÂ
Opportunity Development Center celebrates 25 years of service
Declaration of Independence Road Show visits Vanderbilt Nov. 17
Honeywell CFO Wallman to speak at Vanderbilt’s Owen School
Randy Smith named associate vice chancellor for alumni relations
Faculty and staff eligible for two free Clinic Bowl tickets
Charney remembered Nov. 18
Randy Smith named associate vice chancellor for alumni relations
Well-baby benefits coverage clarified
More than 5,700 Middle Tennessee jobs result from Vanderbilt R&D
The Last Word With Mercy Eyadiel
Cobb elected to National
Child care center expands, doubles capacity
Brain imaging as window on learning to be discussed at Kennedy Center
Faculty’s role, diversity efforts, academic advising and CPLE among top issues at BOT meeting
Around Campus
September Grants
TV News Archive preserves network news broadcasts dating back to ’60s
Kevin Myatt named chief human resource officer
Former faculty member McEvoy killed in Sen. Wellstone's downed plane
Vanderbilt linebacker recognized as 2002 ‘National Scholar-Athlete’
Launching the "Venture” the focus of entrepreneurship conference
Letter to the Editor
Pacifist, civil rights leader to receive lifetime achievement award from Vanderbilt Black Alumni
TVA’s emerging leaders start classes at the Owen School
On the Move
Vanderbilt responds to Africa and world AIDS crisis
Department of Pharmacology Presents Duke Professor


Community Giving Campaign raises $800k
Faculty members call for global peace
Vanderbilt renews support for affordable housing
Turner key architect of NCAA’s sweeping academic reform initiative
Aurbach elected to lead national College Art Association
Search committee to identify VIPPS director, define mission
December Grants
Students root through trash to help companies save money
Class action reform the subject of debate at Vanderbilt
Former U.S. Surgeon General David Satcher to speak Jan. 22
New stem cell clinic to reduce patients’ time in hospital
Vanderbilt University scholars commemorate 30th anniversary of ‘Roe v. Wade’
Pioneering genetic researcher and Vanderbilt professor Gisela Mosig dies
Taskforce submits diversity plan to Gee
OGSM and Tennessee Biotech Association create biotech management program
Women’s basketball game Sunday, Jan. 19 to benefit Susan Gray School
Nursing student helps inmate work towards ‘Better Decisions’
Law School’s Syverud named president of American Law Deans Association
Recent gifts boost Dyer Observatory’s public outreach ability
Coach Stallings reminds fans not to let their enthusiasm carry them onto the court during or after basketball games
‘Register’ wins top CASE award
‘Colors of Justice’ is the theme of 2003 MLK Series
The Last Word With Pragati Singh
Staying healthy in the new year: HEALTHPlus facilities manager offers exercise, lifestyle tips
Salon ‘V’ scheduled for Jan. 9
Stevenson Library now open 24 hours for student convenience
Jan. 11 basketball game against Alabama rescheduled for 8 p.m.
Experts on young children’s early education to speak at Vanderbilt
Jacobson encourages medical students to know their patients
HRS announces new paycheck deduction schedule
Vanderbilt, BusinessLINC and mayor’s office announce program to assist women- and minority-owned construction businesses
John F. Kennedy Center launches lecture series on science of reading
Director of patent office to speak at Owen School
Hardball cancels taping at Vanderbilt
Salon V meets March 12 in Faculty Reading Room
Kennedy warns of impact of strained transatlantic relationships in war in Iraq
Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Vogel to speak
Funeral for Parsons scheduled for March 10 in Houston
Babes in TV Land: Toddlers don’t understand the relationship between video and reality
A&S junior Parsons killed in Texas auto accident
U.S. government calls VU employees to active military duty
Three women share family ties and Medical Center employment in "The Last Word."
March Relevant Religion series explores the meanings of the Dead Sea Scrolls
Vanderbilt’s Black Cultural Center to be expanded, improved
Behavioral genetics latest topic for "Thinking Out of the (Lunch) Box" series
No rest for Vanderbilt students participating in Alternative Spring Break
Students help troubled youth through Youth Villages
Campus, county-wide tornado siren test scheduled for March 1
From foreign affairs to orchestral music, Retirement Learning at VU offers diverse classes
Black Church Week of Prayer for the Healing of AIDS to be held March 2-8
Adams to receive Vanderbilt School of Engineering Distinguished Alumnus Award
New program unites Nashville’s arts and education leaders: ‘InsideOut of the (Lunch) Box’ to be first program Feb. 27
January Grants from the Division of Sponsored Research
V-day fundraising efforts continue with production of “The Vagina Monologues”
Speaker tackles timely topic of Aviation Safety in Feb. 25 lecture
Two friend-of-court briefs support Michigan Law, Duke
The Last Word With Troy Odum
New challenges for black churches the focus of Community Breakfast Feb. 27
VUPD offers campus emergency training
Federal government deploys database to track international students
Collier, professor of history, dies
Study unveils several mysteries of infertility in mice
Chair of Afghanistan’s Independent Human Rights Commission to speak at Vanderbilt University Feb. 24
VU to honor Super Bowl-winner Quarles at Saturday’s basketball game
Credit Union seeks nominees
Engineering student Allen Breed competes in a competition sponsored by the student chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers
New nurse-managed community-based care clinic opens in Hermitage
Less-invasive technique lessens downsides of hip replacement surgery
New program unites Nashville’s arts and education leaders
Two seniors awarded Gates Cambridge Scholarships
Waffles on Wednesdays moves to Morgan tonight
Corbin wins home opener
Expert on improving reading in low-performing schools to speak Feb. 20
Visiting historian to discuss Jewish soldiers in Hitler’s army Feb. 20
Carville and Matalin spoke at the student-led IMPACT Symposium Feb. 17
Prosecution of Birmingham church bombing case to be discussed at Law School
On the move
Vanderbilt, four other universities file ‘amicus’ brief in Michigan case
Engineering students to celebrate fun and challenges of their field
Premier MBA case competition finals today at OGSM
First female to receive chemical engineering degree encourages women to pursue engineering careers
Vanderbilt awaiting INS approval to begin using new international student database
Insurance giant to employ three female graduates as part of annual fellowship
Vanderbilt engineering professor wins Naval Research Award
Premier MBA case competition finals today at OGSM
VUT presents musical adaptation of Shakespearean social commentary
University architect encourages high schoolers to seek engineering careers
First African-American student left many legacies
Waffles on Wednesdays continues tonight in Branscomb Lobby
Cornel West to speak Feb. 13
Blair faculty to be eligible for tenure
Prominent Stanford scholar on racism to speak at Vanderbilt
University architect encourages high schoolers to seek engineering careers
Commencement soiree continues tradition
Expert on transatlantic relations to speak at VU about current international crisis
Vanderbilt’s Peabody College receives highest ever U.S. News ranking
Commencement soiree continues tradition
WTO Ambassador to discuss intellectual property at Law School
Expert on children’s mental health to speak at Vanderbilt
Noted writer to join discussion of black women’s writings in Brazil
New policy governs the process of eliminating University Central positions
The Last Word with Elaine Brown, executive secretary for the Office of Research, and her daughter, Gillian Henry, a temporary clerical in the Department of Medicine.
Associate professor at University of Chicago Divinity School speaks tomorrow on theology from an African American perspective
Freshman lawmakers talk to veteran policymakers
Smrekar: DOD schools equipped to support students during wartime deployments
All-star lineup to discuss baseball economics at Vanderbilt
Space research yields tangible: Scientists say value of new knowledge gained on
Musical ‘Cabaret’ opens tonight at Langford
Carville, Matalin and McCaffrey to speak at IMPACT Symposium
Mosig memorial service planned
New Vanderbilt study shows shoppers abandon online purchases when they don't have requested codes
Waffles on Wednesdays kicks off tonight in Branscomb Lobby
Owen faculty share responsibility of instilling moral compass in tomorrow’s business leaders
Gee meets with members of Tennessee's congressional delegation at University-hosted reception in Washington
Investigative team exposes equipment dangers: NEJM
Boeing donates electrophoresis patent to Vanderbilt
Vice chairman of Federal Reserve to speak at Vanderbilt
Free tickets available for Chancellor’s Inaugural Cupid’s Costume Ball Feb. 15
Harrod, retired Oberlin Alumni Professor, dies
Former astronaut honors Columbia crew, encourages Americans to value ‘torch of exploration’
Scientists at Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center ‘zero in’ on tumor
Corporate responsibility the subject of panel at Vanderbilt
Ask the Experts
Jewish-Christian relations during the Spanish Inquisition and forgotten victims of the Holocaust launch new Jewish Studies series
Free ‘Partners of the Heart’ documentary screening Feb. 3
The Last Word With Sara Ezell
Methodist bishops McTyeire, Pierce hotly debated establishing a university
Vanderbilt's impact on mid-state economy increases to $3.4 billion
Community breakfast discusses evolving view of children Jan. 30
New software site licensing contract promotes interdisciplinary collaboration
Computer networks affected by weekend virus attack have been isolated or restored
Explorers Unlimited Art Exhibit Opens at Kennedy Center
Campaign announces $828 million raised toward goal
Graduating senior a contender for soap opera role
Dyer Observatory launches new “Music on the Mountain” community event
University launches campaign to raise $1.25 billion; Scholarships, faculty chairs focus of five-year fundraising effort
Men’s tennis take first-ever SEC title
Nuclear technology expert to speak in Featheringill Hall
Curb, Ivey Launch National Arts Policy Research Center
Interviews offer unprecedented look into the world and words
New exhibit pays homage to VU’s ‘founding mothers’
Tutu calls for peace
University expands interdisciplinary programs with Jewish Studies major
The Last Word With Joel Wright
No SARS cases reported in Tennessee
Distinguished Service Professor works to support Hispanic physicists
VUMC establishes guidelines for SARS screening
Desmond Tutu to speak April 16 in Langford Auditorium
MBA program takes lead in providing free lifelong career resources for alumni
Performers and Professors converge at Blair for ‘St. John Passion’
Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Philip Levine honored on 75th birthday
Rhodes, Vanderbilt announce collaboration to benefit students, faculty
On the Move
Child seats will be checked Saturday at two local businesses
Vanderbilt professors receive 2003 CEC Special Education Research Award
Two juniors honored as 2003 Truman Scholars
External funding jumps 31 percent to $286M
Poets to gather to honor Pulitzer Prize winner Levine
Mayor Purcell reads to children at the Susan Gray School
On the Move
The Joe B. Wyatt Distinguished University Professor Award
Felts lecturer examines heart of medicine
Harvie Branscomb Distinguished Professor Award
The Alexander Heard Distinguished Service Professor Award
Organizational learning expert encourages interaction between businesses and educators
The Ellen Gregg Ingalls Award for Excellence in Classroom Teaching
The Madison Sarratt Prize for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching
Gee to faculty: Economy won’t slow growth of academic mission
Faculty member’s book reveals ‘Crisis of marriage’ in O’Keeffe, Hopper art
Around Campus
The 2003 Athena Award
Athena-winning Pierce juggles work, family life and pet raccoon
Mascot wins first national title for University
Faculty-Staff Campaign under way
Child and Family Policy Center to assist foster teens; Awarded Jim Casey Youth Opportunities Initiative grant
University announces tuition rates for 2003-2004 academic year
Summary Annual Report
Spring Faculty Assembly set for Tuesday, April 8
Williams models new spring fashions at the annual Vanderbilt Woman's Club Style Show
University community band to perform free concert for Nashville neighbors
Technology Transfer offers grants seminar on April 7
Turner to appear on CBS Sunday, April 6
Politics, hypocrisy and international conflict bring immediacy to new production
Simon Collier Memorial Service scheduled for April 6
Iraqi dissident: Americans must regain trust for post-Saddam Iraq to succeed
Owen panel offers feedback, advice to young entrepreneurs April 3
“Women and The Kamasutra” subject of address Thursday
Post-Saddam Iraq examined by adviser to transitional Iraqi parliament Wednesday
Provost announces high-level staff changes
Political leadership in an increasingly diverse America topic for Wednesday (Lunch) box talk
Bookstore offers full refunds to students called to active duty
‘Chronicle’ contract offers preferred rate for employment ads
Wayne S. Hyatt honored as distinguished alumnus at Law School; Ted LaRoche cited for distinguished service
Pierce honored with 2003 Athena Award
Students send care packages to U.S. troops
Parents Weekend is March 28-29
ABC news consultant and Middle East expert to speak March 28 in Wilson Hall
Provost appoints Moral Reasoning Committee
Greenhouse manager Jonathan Ertelt loves plants.
Women executives guide the next generation of leaders at seminar at Owen Graduate School
Social Security reform the topic of McGee Lecture
Expert on understanding reading through neuroimaging to speak at Vanderbilt
Vanderbilt international scholars among presenters at EU conference
Parker receives nuclear waste management lifetime achievement award
U.S. role in International Criminal Court the subject of lecture at the Law School
February Grants from the Division of Sponsored Research
Multicultural approach to study of religion and social issues broadened
Good Neighbors pledge helps ward off ‘Animal House’ atmosphere
nterfaith group to examine issues of identity, sexuality and religion
Medical Center names two to associate vice chancellor posts
Around Campus
Nationally recognized seminar designed to combat “feminine beauty ideal” coming to Vanderbilt University
Students rally against homophobia, Lambda proposes gay-friendly changes
North Texas dean to chair political science department
Gee sends message regarding campus security during wartime
Debate to explore homosexuality within biblical context
Bredesen, college presidents discuss state of higher ed during budget crunch
Vanderbilt seniors selected to display at national conference cancer detector they invented
SGA president on Oprah
“InsideOut” look at Shakespeare over lunch, downtown
Memorial service honoring Parsons to be held at St. Augustine’s today
Former supermodel to discuss sex, power and the media March 19 at Vanderbilt University
March 19 program will discuss community partnerships with Vanderbilt
Impact of religious heterosexism considered
New finding expected to alter course of cancer research
First Arab American SGA president to appear on Oprah
Off-Campus Living Fair scheduled for Tuesday
Robert Harvey Honor Scholarship established at Vanderbilt University for Arkansas students
Vanderbilt celebrates its 130th anniversary March 17
Withering funds threaten to close two school-based centers run by nursing faculty
Doyle named to inaugural Fulbright American history chair
Program explores contemporary meaning in ancient Native American women’s rituals
Clark joins Human Resources as senior director
Agenia Clark Joins Vanderbilt Human Resources Department
Time capsules give glimpse of campus climate in 1960s
Kindermusik classes help youngsters discover the magic of music
VU admissions policies unaffected by U.S. Supreme Court ruling
Howard named editor of ‘VUMC Reporter’
Web programming seminar offered by School of Engineering Sept. 27
Blair’s Edgar Meyer receives $500,000 through MacArthur ‘genius grant’
On the Record
Display Head Blue
Vanderbilt, Middle Tennessee schools take part in landmark national study to determine effectiveness of preschool programs
Treasury Secretary O’Neill optimistic about economic forecast
Cancer Center promotes breast cancer awareness
The Last Word With Paula Bowers
Compagnie Marie Chouinard to Perform at Ingram Center Oct.3
Holocaust discussion still imperative as series celebrates silver anniversary
Stroop effect helps put Vanderbilt on psychology map
Vanderbilt Theatre finds today’s headlines mirrored in old story
Documentarian Claude Lanzmann to discuss Holocaust
Deciphering the genetic basis of the mosquito’s senses
African-American scholars to hold symposium on diversity in higher ed Oct. 11
Genetics ethicist studied law before medicine
Owen study: U.S. families willing to open wallets wider to reduce crime
SGA hosts ‘Building Vanderbilt’ retreat
TennCare hot topic prior to Tuesday’s gubernatorial election
Chemical engineering student awarded DOE graduate fellowship
Vanderbilt engineering student receives Marshall Scholarship
VUMC LifeFlight to provide exclusive air ambulance service for TriStar
State legislators pass laws affecting hospitals, higher ed
Tennessee General Assembly remembers Jonathan Charney
Professor’s novel approach aids budding fiction writers
Campus parking permits available for purchase online June 30
Expert on adolescence, alcohol, and the brain to speak at Vanderbilt
Blumstein named University Professor
Peter G. Hoadley, Ph.D.
Historian, alumnus publishes independent history of Vanderbilt
Disabled veteran tells class about leading Marines through Vietnam
Bush could use previous president from Texas as role model in foreign affairs, According to Vanderbilt historian
The Last Word
Clozaril receives first indication to reduce risk of suicide — VUMC leads clinical research
Online directory one-stop shop for activities for boys and girls of summer
Chief justice of world trade court to teach at Law School
Johnson, Dickerson share honor from national society
Business Diversity Fair for campus purchasers scheduled for May 19
Faculty/Staff Campaign Spotlight
Middle Tennessean follows 30 years of government service to Peabody
Middle Tennessean follows 30 years of government service to Peabody
Gee’s address to Class of 2003 calls for wisdom during uncertain times
Leonard P. Alberstadt, Ph.D.
R. Chris Hassel Jr., Ph.D
Jack N. Wells, Ph.D
Walter R. Gove, Ph.D.
Peter C. Hodgson, Ph.D
Carolyn M. Evertson, Ph.D.
William O. Whetsell Jr., M.D.
Robert J. Bayuzick, Ph.D.
Douglas S. Hall, Ph.D.
Reschly counsels Congress on special education legislation
Stephen C. Woodward, M.D.
Clifford S. Russell, Ph.D.
Arthur J. Brodersen, Ph.D.
Benjamin J. Alper, M.D.
University awards Founder’s Medals to top scholars
Robley C. Williams Jr., Ph.D.
Tomorrow's Commencement ceremony moved to Memorial Gym
Tomorrow's Commencement ceremony moved to Memorial Gym
SARS scare forces medical students teaching in China to return to U.S.
Don Hughes has been prepping campus for Commencement for more than a decade
SARS scare forces medical students teaching in China to return to U.S.
 University-wide party to celebrate graduates tomorrow
Don Hughes has been prepping campus for Commencement for more than a decade
Faculty-Staff Campaign Spotlight
Around Campus
Out of Iraq: Ibtisam Latif tells the president her story of escape to the United States
SEC faculty leaders urge reform of intercollegiate athletics
Out of Iraq: Ibtisam Latif tells the president her story of escape to the United States
SEC faculty leaders urge reform of intercollegiate athletics
NCAA president optimistic about academic reform of intercollegiate athletics
NCAA president optimistic about academic reform of intercollegiate athletics
VUMC participates in National Institutes of Health fetal surgery trial
Choctaw archeologist to address archeology in Native American culture
VUMC participates in National Institutes of Health fetal surgery trial
Kennedy Center hosts Cinco de Mayo fundraiser
SEC faculty leaders to tackle role of athletics in higher education
Pin-ups & Politicians: Some students surprised, others blasé upon learning famous alumni once occupied their dorms
March Grants from the Division of Sponsored Research
SEC faculty leaders to tackle role of athletics in higher education
University staff to conduct virtual college fair for high school students
Graduating senior wins CBS soap opera contest
The Last Word with J. LeĂłn Helguera
University staff to conduct virtual college fair for high school students
Graduating senior wins CBS soap opera contest
The Last Word with J. LeĂłn Helguera
New visual identity features ‘V’, leaf
Board of Trust meet, call for greater participation in University life
Youth summer programs at Vanderbilt
Board of Trust meet, call for greater participation in University life
Youth summer programs at Vanderbilt available through online database
Around Campus
Vanderbilt and Metro to vie for presidential debates
Faculty Senate minutes
IMPACT brings alumnus Alexander, former Sen. Bill Bradley to campus
Nobel Prize Laureate to visit Vanderbilt Feb. 1
Bayer: change in officers'status will impact process, not safety
W-2s reissued because of coding problem
Alumni Programs:Â `Conversations' to explore crime, technology
Forum examines Clinton crisis
VU psychologist recognized for research on how the brain `sees'
Dobbs-Weinstein suit dismissed
New Children's Hospital ER speeds care for kids in need
Blair, Peabody program will train musicians to teach
`Worlds Apart' panel finds cause for hope
Unabomber saga ends, but effects still felt on campus
Survey details gulf between scientists, media
The `Wizard' is working wonders at Vanderbilt
In Brief
New chemical safety information now available on Web
Vanderbilt plans installation of new storm warning system
Stead appointed to new information technology position
Sabl’s speech illuminates roles of Martin Luther King
Kennedy addresses environmental issues
Child poverty to be addressed from diverse perspectives
In Brief- February 1, 1999
Federal government examines increasing IT investments FY 2000
New center to focus on causes and treatments of endometriosis
Crow successful at Law School and Grand Ole Opry
This Week In Vanderbilt History...
Service-learning expands classroom into community
Workplace violence policy adopted
Laptops and Lounge Acts: OGSM students seek laughter for credit
NAACP head to deliver MLK keynote
We need to avoid overregulation of online auctions
Neuroscientists identify 'oops center' in the brain
 First director of Women's Studies dies
Vanderbilt Hospital ranked in top 100 by HCIA-Sachs Institute
Briefly Speaking
This Week In Vanderbilt History...
November Grants from the Division of Sponsored Research
Guatemalan child receives gift of hearing at VUMC
University Staff Advisory Council Notes
Classrooms extend into community as service learning grows in popularity
Stargazing, Vanderbilt football and 'Bachelor of Ugliness' reigned 100 years ago
Dean weighs challenges facing Arts and Science
Tuition reimbursement for staff increase
Psychological services increased after Sept. 11
Parking regulations to be enforced during break
American, VU flags dedicated on campus as part of mayor's patriotism initiative
On the record
Around Campus
15 Questions with Francene Gilmer, Directory of the Career Center
VIPPS U.S.-Japan Center honors 10 years of collaborative efforts
Vanderbilt campus: Your one-stop shop for the holidays
Geoffrey H. Vincent, Peggy Shaw join Division of Media Relations
Media fellowship reviews Tennessee’s ‘Families First’
Faith-based prison achieves early results, VU researcher says
In the News - December 14, 1998
November Grants from the Division of Sponsored Research
Country thrives in mainstream, says Music Row’s Joe Galante
Christmas is for everyone
Monroe Carell to lead Children’s Hospital Campaign
Keeping Mosquitoes at Bay
Iranian runner-for-peace visits Schulman Center
This Week In Vanderbilt History...
New Year’s celebrations for campus workers will have to wait a while
November Grants from the Division of Sponsored Research
New construction causes parking changes
Campus sirens to be tested Friday, Dec. 17
VU economist to deliver keynote address at AFA meeting
Ehrenreich champions plight of the working poor
Mitchell draws parallels between N. Ireland and U.S.
Students produce scientific videos for final project
Students, faculty rate century’s business innovations
Sponsored research reaches $214 million
In Brief
VUMC makes ‘U.S. News’ honor roll again
46 VUMC physicians named ‘America’s Top Doctors’
The bigger and brighter an object, the harder to perceive its motion
NASA executive on loan to Curb Center's D.C. office
Fighting traffic on the disinformation superhighway
Faculty, staff, students find tunes helpful in many ways
Candidates, voters brave hot sun for pre-election picnic
Iraqi baby travels to Vanderbilt to undergo life-altering surgery
Hoffman and Novak articles recognized for top percentage increase in citations by business and economics researchers
VUMC smallpox vaccine study to examine ability of bandages to contain virus
Members of the 101st Airborne are keeping cool while stationed in Iraq with fans leftover from Vanderbilt’s 2003 Commencement exercises
Charlie Taylor is making music with R&B heavyweights.
Vanderbilt Law School names new head of development and alumni relations
Owen School announces administrative changes
Q & A With Bill Shain, Dean of Undergraduate Admissions
Noted colonial American historian at Vanderbilt passes away
Court affirms Vanderbilt professor’s arguments about minority districts
Transmuting gold into primordial energy-matter soup
Green tea may help lower LDL cholesterol
Around Campus
Robert McGaw, prominent Vanderbilt administrator who created many University traditions, dies
Faculty & Staff Notes
Pennywell joins Student Life as new director of ISSS
TRIAD camp helps improve learning and socialization for autistic children
15 Questions With Rusty and Suzan McIntire
In Brief
Vanderbilt service-learning study results in resource guide for teachers, students
Vanderbilt students sponsor hands-on science fair for K-4 students Feb. 21
Research on wormholes in space and Antarctica highlight Graduate Student Research Day
Vanderbilt employees invited to retirement seminar Feb. 13
Students, recent graduates awarded Fulbright grants for study abroad
GED program helps employees further education
President of Inter-American Development Bank to speak at Owen
Vanderbilt hosts IMPACT Symposium on education and the 21st century
Accomplished author, musician to read at Visiting Writers Series
Campus crime statistics decline slightly in 1996
Physics researchers use FEL to create more powerful silicon chips
Ashland establishes engineering chair in honor of Hall
Discount for online tax filing available
An unobstructed VU
VU coach victim of bogus news release
Hustler editor scores sportswriting award
Professor asks: Where have all the `flower children' gone?
Student creed meant to confirm values
Name that move: a glossary
Skating by numbers: a guide to judging
Monroe Carell Jr. funds new scholarship program
In Brief
Zeppos to become associate provost for academic affairs
VU pioneers high-tech advances through silicon carbide
May Shayne, activist for children and families, dies at 64
Academic success should affect NCAA scholarships, VU says
Posse Plus retreat lets members get down to hard issues
Mail Services Employee of the Year
In Brief- February 8, 1999
Use knowledge and research to treat mental illness, Gore says
New VUMC division will focus on genetic medicine
International study lies ahead for VU divinity students
Hot debate on Clinton expected at Feb. 10 impeachment forum
Carpenter Foundation gives gift to Divinity School
Joint Statement, February 2, 2000
Singing in the Chinese New Year
Geisel Memorial Fund
This Week In Vanderbilt History...
Bricks and Mortar; Building projects continue during summer months
Services held Feb. 3 for VU trustee
Wyatt heads effort to set standards for public school reform
CIA adviser to discuss cyber-information
Changing the world for individuals with disabilities to be topic of forum
Service-learning topic of lecture, workshops at Vanderbilt
‘Brain, Mind and Education’ to be discussed at Southall Lecture
Patient safety at heart of congressional gene therapy hearing
Study shows flu vaccines important for children
Mfume urges students to change their world
Faculty contributes to African-American edition of the Bible
VUMC’s first triple organ transplant performed
Summit gives birth to group
Research pinpoints brain activity
In Brief
Vanderbilt In The News
VIPPS sponsors seminar competition
Novakovich headlines winter readings
Divinity School faculty pass resolution supporting Kelly Miller Smith Institute
Credit Blues?
Father's lesson leads to anthropology award
More than fast food
World-renowned speaker debates black theology issues
The house that Humanity built
Gherman to direct Jean and Alexander Heard Library
Vanderbilt Register Campus Calendar Feb. 12-18, 1996
This Week In Vanderbilt History...
Black History Month 2001: Lessons in Leadership
'eDog' fetches financial data from cyberspace: New Web tool to help administrators track spending more efficiently
Dance Troupe to Perform
Office Hours
Teaching children well to be topic of annual Southall Lecture
New taskforce to target sweatshops
OGSM jumps 8 places in 'Financial Times' rankings of U.S. business schools
This Week In Vanderbilt History...
Failed referendum led to integration of undergraduate schools
New members scrub Greek Row clean
VU torchbearers share in Olympic opening
Student life leader cites diversity, resources as challenges facing University
Expert on biological development of antisocial behavior to speak at Kennedy Center
Teacher education focus of Southall Lecture
Now on faculty, former NEA chairman moderates discussion on art
BOT member recognized as School of Engineering's distinguished alumnus
On the record
Around Campus
10 Questions With Donna & Allen Kilpatrick
In Brief
Vanderbilt In The News
Vanderbilt Dining Services wins coveted Ivy Award
O'Connor headlines Faux Gras '97
Faculty, staff invited to 'Magic Wednesdays'
Alumni, faculty to engage in series of discussions on current issues
Bredesen delivers education address at Peabody Jan. 30
Boateng: Black History Month should heighten understanding
Memorial service site moved
Helping hands
This Week In Vanderbilt History...
Unofficial math seminars draw droves of undergraduate students
Vagina Monologues' highlight campaign to end violence against women
University Staff Advisory Council Notes
Student calls for pursuit of 'different Vanderbilt'
'Salon V' to feature new football coach
University hosts fellowship that aims to increase minorities in journalism
VIPPS 'Community Services Directory' may lead to cross-campus collaborations
Student to spearhead campus recycling
Jacobson: Growth is key to Medical Center success
Program for low-income families receives honors
Study associates differences in mood with activity in a specific area of the brain
On the record
Around Campus
14 Questions with Trinita and Melvin Fitzgerald
AEA recognizes Lipsey's work in evaluation theory
Memorial service scheduled Feb. 24 for Goodman
Asian art exhibit honors Professor Mihal
Elderhostelers delve into Southern culture
VUmail offers ease of use, increased security, new services
Vanderbilt hosts Southeast Journalism Conference
Wallace: Honest dialogue crucial for approaching racism
Kennedy Center hosts disabilities law forum
Heyneman to offer global view of education reform
Faculty Senate taking nominations for committees
Nominations for Branscomb Distinguished Professorship, Jefferson Award being accepted
Graham to co-direct Carter Presidency Conference in Atlanta
Murphy chairs national leadership standards initiative
Distinguished sculptor visits University
In Brief
Blair String Quartet celebrates 30th anniversary
Southall lecturer talks about `perils of school'
Retirement program offers joy of learning
Greenhouse is in `hot water'
Peabody author calls for new ideas to realize our schools' potential
VU linguistics professor receives book award
Device bypasses the need for some open-heart surgeries
Women's magazines offer insight into `lived history'
Wanted: faculty books
Historian Lal dies
Ford elected president of Vanderbilt Alumni Association Board
Vanderbilt weighs pros and cons of possible Oilers move
In Brief
Brown provides assistance, smiles at The Vanderbilt Clinic
Women’s weight obsession artifact of societal standards, speaker says
Martin Geisel hailed as visionary leader
Divinity Dean Hough to leave Vanderbilt for Union Seminary post
Computer Store to close May 1; service available through May 7
Martin Geisel, dean of Owen School since 1987, dies at 57
All over the world, all you need is love, researchers say
In Brief- February 15, 1999
VU-tied causes can make requests from campus giving fund
Clinton benefits from gender gap in vote taken after campus debate
Professor Joseph D. Blackburn named acting dean at Owen
This Week In Vanderbilt History...
Tornado sirens to be tested Feb. 18
Student athletes’ GPA continue three-year climb
OGSM moves up in ‘Financial Times’ listing
Learning to fight back
Experts: Government should not interfere with economics of tuition
Chancellor-elect to spend transition ‘listening’ and ‘assessing’
Gee cites ‘balanced’ programs among University’s strength
Minority faculty retention focus of new committee
Outlaw to lead African-American studies in A&S
In Brief
Human Resource candidates make presentations
Grandin shares experience of living with autism
Soup Sunday serves Our Kids
New awards recognize students, service
Book helps black churches deal with negative social changes in community
Student summer orientation leaders prepare for Class of 2000
Woman of the year: Jane Austen goes celluloid
Effort to disperse birds renewed
Peabody spring seminars explore education issues
History chair helps define theme for Bicentennial Mall WWII Memorial
Panelists: Schools obligated to help all young people
IMPACT brings Margaret Thatcher to campus
In Brief
BULLETIN BOARD: Feb. 19-25, 1996
This Week In Vanderbilt History...
Real-life hero of movie 'Men of Honor' to speak
New procurement card reduces paperwork, expands spending options for University, Medical Center purchases
VU Theatre presents 'The Bacchae'
University shows rookie state legislators ropes of new job
Vanderbilt's great-grandson was racing pioneer
Summer program to 'jump start' gifted 8th-11th graders from South
In the Shadow of the Internet: The Future of the Residential University
Owen launches virtual lab
FRA and PSA claims deadline is Feb. 28
White House budget proposals seen as mixed bag for universities
Strait Talk
Veteran coach is two victories shy of landmark win as new ballpark opens
Campus entrance trades overhead cables for stylized lampposts on 25th Avenue
Owen, VUMC partner with pharmaceutical giant
Message to hate-graffiti vandals: 'There is no place for you' at Vanderbilt
Big party with big name to inaugurate tradition on eve of 2002 Commencement
'Land Use Plan' sites locations for new buildings, multiple green spaces: Consultants recommend 'University Commons' to unite disjointed districts throughout campus
Planes, 'geeks' and potato guns highlight 'E-Week'
Schwarzkopf praises President Bush's leadership following terrorist attacks
Around Campus
11 Questions with Tim Miller and Jon Medrano
Cross-disciplinary learning focus of Peabody lecture
Legal, health care professionals to discuss changing industry
Graduate Student Research Day
Divinity School Dean Hough honored Feb. 20
Martinez: Communication key to smart relationships
Blair's new technology makes graduates more marketable
Psychology professor, emeritus, Thistlethwaite dies
Nursing professor, emerita, Erline Gore dies
Buttrick honored with collection of essays
HEALTH Plus honored with third Golden Heart Award
Chancellor Wyatt to represent Nashville at volunteerism summit
Reach Out!
Chrysalis provides knowlege, nourishment to homeless people
Pursuing the `Noble' cause of community service
Float like a butterfly, Web surf like a champ
Renovations underway for Jesup, Hill Center
Outdoor Recreation Center wins award
Alternative expectations: ASB opens up a world of good
Federal budget may offer growth for research funding
ob Dole: `Leadership without responsibility is not leadership'
Camp provides summer fun and learning for youths with Down syndrome
VU study finds female prisoners portrayed as `moral keepers'
Huang is named Brownlee O. Currey Professor at Owen School
Justice Byron White presides over moot court competition
Faculty has opportunity to review CAPT Report
U.S. News ranks VU's programs near top
`You just can't do that!': inside a make-believe management crisis
Databases offer faculty access to funding, collaborators
Reducing emissions of direct injection goal of VU research
Help for late talkers available at new Kennedy speech center
Publicly financed sports facilities attract wealthy: study
Owen School ranked 32nd in Europe and North America
Jazz vocalist to perform at Langford Auditorium
In Brief- February 22, 1999
Research links hypertension, infertility to same receptor
January Grants from the Division of Sponsored Research
Galloway uses humor, insight to make his teaching ‘click'
Top 10-ranked Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center began in a closet
Girls camp makes science fun
Increase awareness to reduce crime, new director says
Owen students offer consulting to community at affordable cost
Clinton’s triumphs, disgrace will both last, Hargrove says
Career Fair
Athletics serve as ‘front porch’ for many visitors to Vanderbilt
This Week In Vanderbilt History...
Cystic fibrosis patients test investigational RSV vaccine
Religious freedom and the law to be focus of upcoming forum
Center for Teaching fills new position
Rosemergy to receive Werthan Award
BOT member awarded distinguished Alumnus Award from School of Engineering
Duct-tape fashions, multi-step machines to highlight engineering week
IMPACT Symposium to focus on violence in America Feb. 27-29
Annual Cuninggim Lecture to focus on systems of unearned privilege
Effective lectures start with details
Constance Gee soon to fill multiple roles
Reinventing the wheel
Webcast of new Chancellor announcement draws big audience
Full-text databases ease challenges of conducting research
Economic impact of University estimated at $2.4 billion
New grant program accepting applications
Chancellor-elect Gee ponders future of VUMC
tudent injured, several displaced by deadly blaze in Hillsboro Village
In Brief
Fowler unearths ancient El Salvador
Roll 'em: Filmmaker Spike Lee to speak
Blair hosts conversations with noted musicians
Poet Robert McDowell reads Feb. 27
Research Day showcases graduate students' work
Italian minor now offered
Pisa overseas program provides lesson in art
Roots of PBS documentary in work of Peabody psychologist
'Amnesia is the enemy to justice'
University community encouraged to 'test drive' new, improved home page
Brown welcomes return to academia as visiting scholar
IN BRIEF: Feb 19-25, 1996
BULLETIN BOARD: Feb. 19-25, 1996
This Week In Vanderbilt History...
Black History Month 2001: Lessons in Leadership
Distinguished Alumnus
Valentine Feast
Faculty, staff scout local communities for service-learning opportunities
Physicists in the thick of creating highly dense energy-matter soup
Commodores challenge fans to donate blood, beat Lady Vols
Reading disabilities expert to speak at Kennedy Center
Vanderbilt earns multiple CASE awards for media products
VU to test severe weather sirens
NPR's Weisman to discuss Colombian community as model for development
Comprehensive calendar consolidates University, Nashville events
'The Dean is In': Owen's leader makes communication with students, faculty top priority
Briefly Speaking
FEL's human application potential enhanced with $3.7 million expansion
Woody wins: Coaching era begins
Syverud named dean of Vanderbilt University Law School
In Brief
University restructuring affects Peabody, A & S, Provost’s office
Vanderbilt physicists conducting research for next-generation microelectronics
A big leap into the very small
Massive phone system changeover keeps campus business humming
University Press brings Peruvian author to Vanderbilt
Miller named telecommunications director
In the News - January 11, 1999
Faculty program aims to foster teaching about Holocaust, ethics
Service provides screens for depression, substance abuse
Research could enhance tamoxifen therapy for cancer
This Week In Vanderbilt History...
Jim Parker joins Media Relations as manager of online services
Stammer named assistant provost for academic affairs in athletics
Aspect Communications Corporation endows $250k Owen School scholarship
Expert on law and sexuality to speak Jan. 12 at Law School
Graduate School application goes online
Meharry-VUMC program links microbiology, cell biology training
Vanderbilt-Ingram researchers identify cancer risk marker
New management means changes for VU bookstores
Former Black Panther to keynote Vanderbilt’s MLK lecture series
VU athlete earns prestigious NCAA award
In Brief
This Week In Vanderbilt History...
PR veteran Loftis joins Public Affairs
Student Recreation Center celebrates 11th anniversary
War with birds to be waged with firecrackers, noise-cannons
Footbridge to connect Peabody, Vanderbilt campuses near Edgehill
Two genes dictate if zebrafish embryos are born headless
University expands existing e-communication policy
Retired, Sullivan finds more 'time to dance'
VIPPS leads way for Nashville's forthcoming Civic Design Center
Briefly Speaking
This Week In Vanderbilt History...
Clicks supplement bricks when it comes to research
Electronic newsletter finds cyber-home with generations of alumni
STOP initiative reduces red tape of several processes
Geographic information specialist joins State and Local Policy Center staff
New book featuring images of the Vanderbilt campus hits area retailers
Professor proposes sponsorship to help security, international education trade coexist
Johnson tapped to lead Commodore football team
On the record
Around Campus
11 Questions with Joan Richerson, University Veternarian and Director, Division of Animal Care
JANUARY GRANTS from the division of sponsored research
This Week In Vanderbilt History...
Federal budget proposes gains for science and technology
Owen ethicist: 'Moral imagination' key to corporate responsibility
Point of VU: Violations by large firm may mean change for accounting profession
Students design elaborate contraptions
Some girls not so crazy about Britney Spears' mixed messages
Optics scholar named associate provost for research
Sounds of laughter: Joyous snorts reveal elements of human psyche
VU engineer leads first independent studies of Russia's nuclear contamination
VUMC plan: Pursue opportunities now
VUMC’s Overton puts the ‘special’ in special events
Center for Women’s Imaging offers 3-D ultrasound, convenience
Students learn how to analyze cigarette ads
SAY-I offers lesson to all
Basketball team urges spectators to bring books
Naval ROTC's switch-making aids children
Engineering students honored at regional conference in Miami
Gender issues topic of POPS talk
Apartments offer convenience from atop Wesley Place
Women's law association honors women in Tennessee judiciary
National Women's History Month celebrated at center
DeMay work on exhibit
Project GROW cultivates environment, homeless awareness
Panel debates value of school choice
Visiting scholar: New Hampshire win won't get Buchanan the nomination
This Week In Vanderbilt History...
Guarneri Trio Prague performance to benefit Linden Corner School
Benefits Notice: Deadline nears for 2000 FRA, PSA reimbursement claims
JANUARY GRANTS * * * from the Division of Sponsored Research
GirlForce helps preteen athletes train for healthy habits, positive body image
The Loss of the Ehime Maru: Submarine collision must not sink faith in United States-Japan alliance
McGee Lecture to explore California energy crisis
HRS to use Web to attract applicants
A&S Day draws attention to college's scholarly programs
Columbia professor, author discusses women, gender and law
Goldberg contraption makes the simple complex
Students raise funds for earthquake victims: Community service effort a first for Chancellor's Minority Scholars
Law professor wins Supreme Court case
Photo courtesy of NASA Space Shuttle Atlantis launched at 6:13:02 p.m. EST. Feb. 7, 2001.
This Week In Vanderbilt History...
Web Watch: A sampling of Vanderbilt's web presence
JANUARY GRANTS * * * from the Division of Sponsored Research
Sarratt Student Center was product of multiple plans, many generations
Community breakfast to focus upon non-Western Christianity
Cultural diversity of robotics laboratory promotes productivity, friendships
Noted developer of reading and intelligence tests appointed as Kennedy Center scholar
Summary Annual Reports
'Brain Awareness' to begin Feb. 28
Mayor's First Day Festival on Aug. 10 helps families gear up for school
VU wireless SSID to change Aug. 9
Divinity School sponsors study trip to Castro's Cuba, part one of a two-part series
Severe storms down limbs, foliage
Television News Archive goes ‘digital’ on 35th anniversary, Aug. 5
Sandler honored with Pendergrass Chair
Special education professors Lynn and Doug Fuchs to hold new endowed chair
Fighting traffic on the disinformation superhighway
Blair alumnus uses music to promote local, global civil rights
American Society of Church History honors Johnson
Stoll elected to office of American Finance Association
Lang looks at ways to feed the planet
Vanderbilt spring visiting writer to read from his works Jan. 28
Kennedy Center presents programs in honor of Martin Luther King Jr.
Bredesen leads off Peabody education seminars
Reynolds Metals endows scholarship in honor of alumnus, former CEO
Health plans' management change not expected to affect Vanderbilt employees
Shakespearean scholar named lifetime member to Bard's Birthplace Trust
Planting roots: New greenhouse manager's glory is his greenery
Gender equity specialist named director of Women's Studies
60-second spotlight: James E. Taylor
Contest calls for student essays on Martin Luther King
Committee reviewing staff policies
Work journal has Vanderbilt stamp
NASA scientist joins VU staff as director of science and research communications
International award-winning student invention benefits newborns
Electronic theses, dissertations debut at Vanderbilt
Vanderbilt hosts nation's only Visiting Fulbright Distinguished Professor in German Studies
Freshman dorms to be co-ed in fall '98
Dukakis shares acting tips with Vanderbilt students
Expanded vision program to help children throughout Tennessee
Children with disabilities gain support from Project TREDS
Technology in the classroom
Survey makes suggestions for incorporating technology
Faculty, staff needed to nominate students for awards
How will the renovations affect your campus life?
VU Medical Center, Meharry create innovative alliance
Nominations for awards, committees due
Rec center turns 10
This Week In Vanderbilt History...
Award applications, nominations due
Fire department tours new hazardous waste facility
Challenge course offers interactive team learning
VU to hold blood drive in response to Red Cross appeal
Community Giving Campaign celebrates record year
Gift supplements the library’s Latin American collection
Emmy-award winner to join Vanderbilt News Service as assistant director
Sleep problems and disabilities to be discussed at Kennedy Center
VU physicians fight cancerous tumors with higher dose of radiation
Malcolm X, King philosophies still shape objectives
Dorms to go smoke-free in fall 2000
Carr to leave vice chancellor position in spring 2001
MP3 trend hits campus
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In Brief
Emeritus professor Holladay dies at 80
Tango tempo sweeps Collier off his feet
Kandinsky Trio presents Southern premiere of 'Tales of Appalachia'
Christie-Schultz paper wins first prize
'Two Artists in Three Dimensions' exhibit featured at Women's Center
Hall believes in serving others
Sponsored research funds increase in '95
Spring classes set for older adults
'Chief' joins Northwestern
Day of shooting hoops defines artist's life
Sen. Frist tours Kennedy Center
This Week In Vanderbilt History...
Sarratt Art Studios announce spring classes
Music community helps bring high-tech recording console to Blair
Health care for minority elders to be topic of Vanderbilt lectur
Blair faculty move into the completed Phase I addition
Local schools, Vanderbilt form science partnership
First VU officer graduates from FBI Academy
Briefly Speaking
This Week In Vanderbilt History...
Physician leads U.S. study of promising cancer treatment
National Research Center on Learning Disabilities established at Peabody College
University Staff Advisory Council Notes
Playful activities help toddlers, preschoolers prepare for lifetime of learning
Year-end congressional action boosts research, student aid budgets
VICC hosts public forum on hereditary cancer
University's impact on Midstate economy increases by 7 percent in fiscal year 2001
Student dies in auto accident
Researcher earns AACR award
On the record
Engineering student Policky dies in motorcycle race crash
Black college athletes believe they experience less racial discrimination study suggests
Retired economics professor, mentor to world leaders James S. Worley, dies
Around Campus
10 Questions With Kelly McCauley, Computer Programmer, Information Technology Service
Past Fisk University president keynote speaker for King series
Vanderbilt In The News
Women's Center features "Cyanotypes"
Southall lecturer to speak on successful teachers of at-risk students Jan. 16
Alumna's travels chronicled in artwork
University making investments in information technology
Bookmarks: Vanderbilt authors put pen to paper
Memorial service for Charlotte Piersen Jan. 17
Community Giving Campaign raises record sum of $635,000
DuPont donates chemical-processing patent
Mayor describes University as ‘important partner’
VICC tests ‘Pap smear’ for breasts
Winter plantings add to Vanderbilt’s arboretum
King as revolutionary: Former Black Panther describes how MLK inspired her
Hispanic students help ease transition
Program volunteers teach law to students
Blair students PLAY at Lockeland
Acting Company presents King Henry V
Special needs students garner job training at Kennedy Center
Blair brings Fat City to Music City
Antarctica becomes research lab for geologist
Faculty, staff share ASB experience with students
Hall retires from Ashland Oil
hysicists' discovery may lead to better heart stimulation devices
Owen gets largest gift to a business school
Campbell predicts ugly, bitter political season
Vanderbilt University Community Calendar: Jan. 29-Feb. 4, 1996
The Vanderbilt Register B U L L E T I N B O A R D
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Nader denounces corporate funding for research: Former candidate encourages students to better utilize once-in-a-lifetime resources
DECEMBER GRANTS * * * from the Division of Sponsored Research
New web-zine to help make research understandable, accessible
Scientist explores truth, beauty in the expanding universe
Students describe tradition, folklore of celebrating the Chinese New Year
Employee Celebration Month begins with a splash
Top HR officer takes on rising health care costs, promotes wellness
New science communications major approved
Vanderbilt, Mississippi students to continue new tradition of football and volunteerism
Chancellor Gordon Gee's Fall Faculty Assembly remarks
Chancellor Gordon Gee spoke of many triumphs achieved over the past academic year, and called for the University’s faculty to support each other personally as well as professionally during the 2003 Fall Faculty Assembly held yesterday.
Eight faculty members earn 25-year chairs
Business 2.0 names Vanderbilt one of the 25 best business schools
Board room meets the locker room
Annual Fall Faculty Assembly convenes in Langford Aug. 28
Founders Walk welcomes the class of 2007
Phases of the night
Sexual harassment topic of law lecture
NAACP president and CEO to speak at Vanderbilt Feb. 1
VU to host historic gathering of writers of the New South
Committee focuses upon biohazardous research material
Kennedy Center hosts exhibit of portraits of Tennesseans with disabilities
Committee named to find new A&S dean
Political scientist: Criticisms of electoral process valid, but logic is flawed
Grant to fund high-tech lecture hall: Addition part of Education Library improvement plan
Financial pressures prompt VUMC cuts
Former BOT president Sam Fleming dies at age 91
Owen to go wireless
In Brief
Jones named to Commodore Club post
I N B R I E F...
Conklin explores funeral cannibalism
Writer shares prose in conjunction with exhibit
Hot Stuff!
Hamburger guru Dave Thomas, filmmaker Spike Lee to speak
Caution urged after robberies
Faculty, staff offered free roundball tickets
Committee appointed to search for security director
Divinity institute scaling back
Vanderbilt employees hold the stuffing
English department responds to changing face of literary studies
Alumnus readies for post as ambassador to China
Levine assumes first Carpenter Chair in New Testament Studies
Vanderbilt University Community Calendar - Jan. 22-28, 1996
Shows at Sarratt
Community Billboard
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Great Performances at Vanderbilt - Eroica Trio
Hot flashes focus of cancer study
VUMC scientist elected AAAS Fellow
Special education to be discussed at Vanderbilt's Kennedy Center
Author to discuss beauty and the universe in annual Seyfert Lecture
Record-high $780k raised by Community Giving Campaign
Gee announces major administrative restructuring: Zeppos named vice chancellor of institutional planning and advancement; student affairs reorganized
Briefly Speaking
Governor appoints Getsay to Information Systems Council
Incoming freshmen bond at Squirrel Camp
Freshmen get a jump start with DoreWays
Founders Walk and picnic to welcome new students Aug. 26
Zoo, agriculture center among stops on second day of ‘Roads Scholars Tour’
University moves up in 'U.S. News' rankings
Second annual ‘Roads Scholars Tour’ hits Saturn, Graceland
'Roads Scholar Tour' takes Vanderbilt to West Tennessee
Christy Stone helps new students feel at home
Secondhand smoke effects reduced by vitamin C
Up Close and Personal: Carmen Canedo, 4, gets an eyeful of a so-called “pregnant plant” in the Vanderbilt greenhouse atop Stevenson Center.
Student’s first novel draws from her experience with anorexia
Not just fiddlin’ around at Blair School
Divinity School sponsors study trip to Castro’s Cuba, part two of a two-part series
School of Nursing Announces Partnership with Middle Tennessee School of Anesthesia
VU purchases instruments for local young artist program
$5.74M contract will enhance software to improve safety of Marine air operations
More than 3,000 Commodore faithful visited the John Rich Football Complex Aug. 10 for Dore Jam 2003
Visiting students develop software to track flying saucers
12 from VU community elected to Metro positions in last night’s election
Eliminating unwanted e-mails altogether is impossible, but still worth trying
Read me a story
Artwork shows that disabilities are not a barrier to creativity
Office provides referral services for information about disabilities, support
Campbell: 'Sustainable development' needed for balance between environment, urban growth
Gore shares concern for Earth's vulnerable eco-systems
Wiltshire named to NEH advisory board by Clinton
Infante named dean of College of Arts and Science
Vanderbilt University presenters at the sixth Family Re-Union included:
In Brief
Faculty and Staff Notes
New political science chair named
Mezera to chief of staff post
Price, Chinniah are new AVCs
Gilmer named director of Career Center
Pre-birth surgery results in baby without hydrocephalus
Higher ed could feel pinch from federal budget fight
Webgrrls networking to encourage technological interest among girls
“Kids and Computers” program provides skills, fun for students
In Brief
Former VU disability services official dies in Florida
Vanderbilt announces athletics program restructuring
Philanthropist and Father of the Potato Chip
Free Sounds tickets for Vanderbilt
Endowment sees growth in 2003
Food and fun at Tailgate 2003
Reality series about VUMC residents premieres tonight on TLC
President Bush to attend fundraiser at Loews on Monday
Emergency sirens to wail at noon Saturday
VUMC to participate in NIH-funded bioterrorism defense consortium
Staff volunteers spruce up learning center for inner-city children: Initiative part of 11-month leadership course
Canine leads Susan Gray alumna towards independence
Faculty Senate navigates University's overall academic mission
VU launches collaborative search for depression genes
Mathematician puts the curves in fonts, computer graphics
McGugin Field to get $5 million makeover: New baseball stadium to include 2,300-seat grandstand, backrests
Workers bore passages beneath campus
Fines proposed for violating human-subject research rules
Gifted kids 'iron out' summer education
Briefly Speaking
This Week In Vanderbilt History ...
JUNE GRANTS *** from the Division of Sponsored Research
Good Deeds
Faculty-Staff Campaign doubles previous record
NSF recognizes chemical engineer
Web Watch | A sampling of Vanderbilt's burgeoning Web presence
Program cultivates interests in young female scientists
VUMC listed among best in 11 specialty areas
Stricker to join Provost's Office
Gee's first year marked by major reorganization
Sagen Plays Washington Bandleader conducts U.S. Army Band
Briefly Speaking
Young researchers spend summer in physics labs
Vanderbilt University Theatre Season 2002-03
Picture Perfect
To Mars and Back Again: Physicians to advise NASA on medical unknowns of long space voyages
Ansoff, Owen's first dean, dies
Bush appoints Abkowitz to nuclear waste review board
Child care centers garner state's highest quality rating
'U.S. News' lists hospital in 'Honor Roll' for first time
On the record
The Last Word with Bill Corbon
Kennedy Center Exhibits 'Alternate Visions'
First Seigenthaler Scholar named at Vanderbilt
Law professor's three-decade career features five Supreme Court wins
'Champ' of Vanderbilt Children's Hospital
Petty promoted to director of buildings and utilities in Plant Operations
Religious experts chronicle history of conflict and change at Divinity School
National Instruments donates software to School of Engineering
Meet the Candidates
Clemson assistant, College World Series veteran named head baseball coach
Frist named 2002 Distinguished Alumnus
VUPD officers earn POST certification from the State of Tennessee
Gloria Edwards greets Vanderbilt newborns
Vanderbilt joins program to offer tomorrow’s education at yesterday’s prices
Fields Medal-winning mathematician joins faculty
On the record
The Last Word with Todd Suttles
Around Campus
VIPPS center focuses upon policies affecting, regulating childcare
The University Calendar offers 55 reasons to use it
Former athlete sees 4 Chancellors during career at Vanderbilt
Web Site:
King to co-author 6 volumes of legal work
Mother of meningitis survivor expresses gratitude
Chemistry Department receives funding for graduate assistance program
New program recycles, redistributes would-be hazardous waste
Hospital ranked among best: 'Best Doctors' lists VU with 27 others out of 5,000 in U.S.
Wolery named director of Susan Gray School for Children
Preston Building Dedication
Briefly Speaking
This Week In Vanderbilt History...
Employees ‘Held the Stuffing’ during holidays
December Grants from the Division of Sponsored Research
Children’s policy expert to join VIPPS
Self-repairing ruptured discs focus of VUMC study
Campus kiosks provide access to e-mail, Internet
Report: Academic research has significant economic impact
Briefly Speaking
Nominations being sought for Commodore Award
Vanderbilt students win national fellowships
Undergraduates, employers take job search on line through career centers
Peabody grad honored with national education award
Cuninggim Center play honors women's suffragist
Rugby coach Franklin has 20 years of winning behind him
Students, faculty, staff join in national search for new head of Black Cultural Center
Minority Engineering program helps students prepare for freshman year
United Way and Other Giving Campaign funds aid campus organizations
This Week In Vanderbilt History...
JUNE GRANTS from the division of sponsored research
IRS summary annual report
Law professor works for 'kinship care' legislation
New appointments announced in Office of Alumni and Development
Fortune named associate vice chancellor for public affairs
ACIS, Telecom merge to form new department
Gordon Gee takes office
Briefly Speaking
Laser writing 101: Summer program attracts young scientists
Student leaders volunteer at inner-city day camp
1996 Faculty-Staff Campaign sets records in gifts, pledges, donors
Eickmeier named associate dean College of Arts and Science
University of Arizona's Galloway named School of Engineering dean
Applied science: Vanderbilt students and faculty collaborate on summer projects
Window washing
Commodore Awards honors exceptional staff
VUMC research may lead to new treatments for cancers that invade epithelial cells
Children's consignment sale benefits VUCCC
Security Promotions
Wiltshire honored by her elementary school
Vanderbilt participates in night out against crime
Hong Kong rejoins China: A leaf falls close to its roots
Professor, student honored for volunteeris
Bill Wilkerson Center merges with Vanderbilt University
Vanderbilt astronomer helps discover cluster of young stars
Vanderbilt astronomer studies red asteroids
June grants
Miller named associate dean for medical students
Marett joins Division of Administration
Penkhus becomes new chief executive officer of VU Hospital
Educators test technological waters in ‘Virtual Watershed’
New center studies interventions for slower learners
Poor quality may not drive customers away, researchers find
Mayoral candidates to attend July 28 picnic
Vanderbilt’s Williams appointed to American Bar Association leadership position
Hughes, Vandegrift 2003 Commodore Award winners
Record-size class coming to campus
In Brief
This Week In Vanderbilt History...
New bio-sciences building to dispel departmental lines
Ethical enigmas evolve with genetics understanding
Bransford receives psychology's top honor
Former student hits $1M jackpot on TV show
New e-commerce program launched
Study: State underestimated TennCare children mental health disorders
Carr, a 37-year veteran, finds balance at University
8th- and 9th-grade girls show science can be a GAS: Learning camp first of two held this summer
Faculty member, student lobby federal lawmakers on behalf of research
'U.S. News' ranks 11 VUMC programs among nation's elite
William Christie named dean of Owen School
Leaders discuss, debate future: Planning meeting follows yearlong self-examination of each school
Briefly Speaking
Kennedy Center director honored by The Arc
'Windeyes' exhibit of stained glass panels opens at Kennedy Center
Gordon joins First Amendment Center as communications director
'Paradox of Time' exhibit at Sarratt Gallery
Road to Atlanta: Alumni, faculty share Olympic dream
Durbin named director of internal audit office
Alumnus Steranka to head technology transfer office
Lewis named associate vice chancellor for human resources
Turner pledges to bring community into the fold
Two major gifts boost Kelly Miller Smith Institute endowment push
A breath of fresh air
TV News Archive founder dies
Panel explores the role of religion in public education
Charney brings scholar's view to international treaties
In Brief
Women more likely than men to put emotions in motion
VU's interruptible power program buys electricity at bargain prices
U.S. Air Force scientist joins engineering school faculty
Researchers turned on by new Magnetic Resonance Center
Goodies from the Webmaster's mailbag
What is the true path? Teach me, O Webmaster
Children's summit has roots at VU
New Web Calendar to make debut this fall
Parking changes announced for 1998-99 academic year
Deep Impact
In Brief
The right stuff
Susan Gray School receives funds
Kingsley wins two awards for Vanderbilt photographs
University responds to tenure suits
Former president of Peabody College dies
Stewart inducted into CoSIDA Hall of Fame
Peabody professor Roger Aubrey dies
Student gets human resource dissertation grant
Exxon presents check to Vanderbilt University
Construction industry leader named engineering's distinguished alumnus
West Virginia college president to head Peabody alumni
Evertson named assistant to the provost
Auto theft is on the rise in Vanderbilt area
Dropouts: Shadow of high school graduation
Sinking Creek has home-grown flavor
Summer institute for inclusion teachers at Peabody in July
Metro students commend school-to-career activities: Vanderbilt initiative enables K-12 students to explore careers
Brittain among top marketing students
Vanderbilt, Saint Thomas hospitals drop JOA plans
Jones named assistant provost; will work with athletics
NASA astronauts train on campus for VU experiment
Vanderbilt reacts to dispute charges that it is behind schedule in Title IX implementation
Chancellor challenges the community to address accountability in education
Baugh wins Corporate Representative of the Year Award
Owen adjunct professor Fitzgerald receives one of Japan's highest honors
Schach uses computer graphics to illustrate structure of Jewish prayer book
Kennedy Center exhibit celebrates area childcare center teachers, children
Peabody summer clinic targets students with reading difficulties
SNAP adds schools, retirement home to technology network
Paulson: 'The First Amendment is a living thing'
Volunteers needed for 'Family Re-Union VI'
Security officer Dale Underwood dies May 23
Student works with volunteer summit group to empower youth
Ike Robinson day June 27 at Vanderbilt
Vanderbilt gets NSF grant to collaborate with other researchers electronically
Weather focus of conference
In Brief
Faculty and Staff Notes
Volunteers needed for breast cancer prevention study
Maymester packs in lots of learning in little time
Allen named 1999 Peabody Distinguished Alumnus
Arts supporter, writer Grace Zibart dies at 84
Chemistry professor emeritus Dean Stanley Tarbell dies May 2
Field trips mean more after students’ electronic journey
A Father’s Day that never came
System reform not full answer to improved mental health
Nasal spray vaccine effective against flu, ear infections
Theologian Douglas Meeks named to Wesley studies chair
First Amendment Center hosts discussion on journalism ethics
In Brief
Divinity School honors Notre Dame president Malloy
Author discusses Nashville's role in civil rights movement
Scientists and journalists urge Congress to help bridge the 'communications gap' in scientific reporting
VU campus goes LIVE
Seeing is believing with video teleconferencing
Craft v. Vanderbilt settlement proposed by both parties
Web Watch | A sampling of Vanderbilt's web presence
MAY GRANTS . . .from the Division of Sponsored Research
Faculty-Staff Campaign Spotlight
BOT member, community and business leader Dudley dies
Owen enters alliance with technology incubator
The Last Word with Mary Kathryn Martin
Around Campus
This Week In Vanderbilt History...
Defense technology topic of U.S./Japan summit
Nurse educator Audrey Kuntz tends to her hive
How one organ donor touched the lives of many
MAY GRANTS from the division of sponsored research
Academy trains local educators to help disabled enter workforce
Economist says Greenspan's actions may lead to recession
Incoming freshmen pick up tips from students, faculty at orientation
Researchers find table salt blocks crucial potassium channels
Gilmore multitasks through postal, council concerns
New program to offer joint M.D./M.B.A.
Briefly Speaking
New fellowship offers 'hands-on' experience in nation's capital
May Grants from the Division of Sponsored Research
Darby, former chair of biochemistry department, dies
Physicist receives honorary degree from Russia's oldest university: Only 2nd American to earn honor from St. Petersburg State University
Faculty Staff Campaign Spotlight
Staff elects council members for 2001-03 term
Committee considers staff education benefits
Sociologist named fellow of American Society of Criminology
Student, alumnus break ice for historic mission to North Pole
Smith named acting dean of Graduate School
Briefly Speaking
Web Watch | A sampling of Vanderbilt's web presence
Faculty-Staff Campaign Spotlight
Seven 'Top TENN' grads earn scholarships
Researching the ashes of dead stars
On the record
The Last Word with Jacque Pillow
Around Campus
This Week In Vanderbilt History...
New major in economics, history approved
Seminar explores the South, use of classroom technology
Children's hospital under construction
 Vanderbilt breaks ground for new, state-of-the-art engineering building
VUspace offers computer users new way of sharing, storing files
Service-learning discussion includes national leaders
Campus remembers those fallen since 9/11
Williams named general counsel
In Brief
OGSM students work with J.C. Bradford
Love doctors in the house
Vanderbilt directory is now on the Web
Brain Awareness events highlight month of March
Vanderbilt authors -- from cover to cover
Juror's conscience should not be only guide, says VU legal study
Nobel laureate Jody Williams to speak at Vanderbilt March 19
Vanderbilt, Oilers prepare for move next season
Deadline 2000: VU computers readied to prevent millenium bug
Faculty and Staff Notes
Vraciu to help shape health EMBA
Disclosure, regulation on environmental summit agenda
Successful “Little Planet” program expands its horizons
Another rocket boy tells of learning to love space in ’50s
In Brief - March 1, 1999
Groundbreaking news
Law School names Pauline Gore distinguished alumnus March 5
ACIS moves offices during spring break
The mind is a wonderful thing to study; March offers events
Benbow’s article on age grouping earns psychology group’s award
Beat the heat with these tips
Nashville Sounds face Edmonton Trappers on Vanderbilt Family Night at Greer Stadium
Vanderbilt Catering serves up heavenly food at Convent Place
enate delays action on legislation affecting higher education policy
Archer aims at new student database
New NASA program offers research grant opportunities
VUMC scientists discover gene implicated in birth defects
International physics conference brings 74 top physicists to campus
Memo to faculty, staff: Y2K problem could affect you too
It takes an army: behind the scenes at Family Re-Union 7
Family Re-Union 7 explores family-related health issues
Faculty and Staff Notes
VU engineer oversees report on pollutants
British Love Match June 29-30 to benefit the Susan Gray School
60-second spotlight - Pat Millwood
Kennedy Center TREDS program assists children with vision/hearing loss
Sanders accepts job at Rochester; Cowdrey named acting dean
Owen redesigns Executive MBA curriculum
Veruki 'takes root' in Nashville while placing Owen students in jobs nationwide
SNAP goes west
VU engineers participate in Columbia reflight
McTyeire gets Metro Architectural Award
Star search: Dyer Observatory attracts astronomers from Californa to Kentucky
Special delivery: Postage stamp art exhibit arrives at Fine Arts Gallery
Vuceptors: Tour guides on the road of life
Tolbert runs like the New Mexico Wind to win
Peabody launches Center for Entrepreneurship Education
Workshop to discuss Southeastern climate change
Tipper Gore to receive Peabody Distinguished Alumna Award
Vanderbilt hosts president, vice president for Re-Union
May grants
Merger joins Computer Science with Electrical Engineering
Study shows metabolic disorder in infants more common then previously thought
Actors take center stage at ‘InsideOut of the Lunch Box’ series
Computer worm update
Congress renews debate over research spending
The ‘Lost Boys of the Sudan’ find a home at Vanderbilt
Class of 2007 smartest, most diverse to date
Computer ‘worms’ may be malicious, but users can protect themselves
Insurance carriers Vanderbilt Preferred, United dropped in 2004; CIGNA added
Divinity School welcomes chairs of Catholic, Jewish studies
Law school, VIPPS collaboration results in new policy clinic
New home, legislative act support police and security
New software designed at VU to smooth future shuttle flights
Aspirin’s role explored in cancer prevention study
SALALM explores research in Latin American topics
Conference aims to inform educators on transition practices
Family Re-Union returns to Vanderbilt
Science Coalition takes funding message to D.C.
VU scholarship proposal moves to NCAA
In Brief
New paychecks/direct deposit advices scheduled for July
Vanderbilt builds partnerships with small businesses
Meeting of minds:Scientists and journalists learn how the other half lives
Family Re-Union affects parking, traffic
Vanderbilt faculty gains professor specializing in 'church and state' law
Clintons join Gores for annual Family Re-Union at Vanderbilt
In Brief
Faculty and Staff Notes
In-depth profiles of 10 new professors
Gee says University steadfastly committed to the Southeastern Conference, NCAA I-A
Restructuring sparks national debate
Supernova survey provides clues to nature of mysterious energy expanding the universe
New Faculty
Stassun unlocking the mysteries of star formation
McClure teaches what he preaches
Study of visual culture key aspect of art historian’s research
Professor uses statistics to help teachers improve learning in K-12
A childhood love of remote-controlled cars leads to career in robotics
10 months in United States turns to 10 years for new British hire
Former department of one now member of Blair department of many
Professor learned about economic transactions at the source
Owen School scores with addition of Faccio
New professor not so new to Vanderbilt, philosophy department
‘Wall Street Journal’ names Vanderbilt among world’s top business schools
Show Your Gold winners announced
Lecture series commemorates 50th anniversary of Brown v. Board of Education
'Justice, Redress and Restitution' themes of 26th annual holocaust lecture series
Vanderbilt to host conference on impact of nationalism in Western Hemisphere
Vanderbilt to participate in worldwide test of HIV vaccine
Year-old office helps honors scholars make the grade
Vanderbilt University study first comprehensive look at behavioral health services provided for children in TennCare
Faculty Senate Chair Matt Ramsey discusses agenda for legislative body
Theology-based alternatives to global capitalism to be explored in Cole Lectures
Vanderbilt to host Brown v. Board of Education 50th Anniversary Commemorative Series
Physicist wins science prize from Chinese government
Guest Commentary: Illegal immigrants are just that: Illegal
Branscomb site for new student center
Vanderbilt students win National Black MBA Association case competition
Vanderbilt Marching Invitational features high school marching bands on Oct. 4
Neurons that play truth or consequences
Gates warns of economic and political instability
1999 Engineering Distinguished Alumnus
‘Stakeholders’ debate public need for environmental data
Feminism’s Mary Daly brings fiery passion to ‘academentia’
Theory into practice
Anti-abortion Web site focus of panel talk on hate vs. free speech
This Week In Vanderbilt History...
Author writes of Byzantine princess' life
Weems to deliver Antoinette Brown Lecture
Justice O'Connor to be part of law career forum
New bookstore director to increase used books, online shopping
Psychiatrist produces sold-out revue :Show written by 'Friends' creators
Branscomb to speak on the present, future of the world
Symposium to explore opportunities created by high-speed Internet
'Joe' volunteers with alumni in Washington, D.C.
This Week In Vanderbilt History ...
Summary Annual Reports
Blind Faith: Appalachian Trail Hiker, VU speaker finds vision in faith
Exempt staff sick time now tracked in half-day increments
Staff classification, pay outlined
State of the Medical Center; Jacobson: 'Access' is key to future
Salon V
Restructured student program enhances campus security
Alumni and Development becomes Institutional Planning and Advancement this week
Exhibit offers hands-on access to documents
Asian feminist theology trailblazer to speak at event for women in ministry
New technique finds hidden corrosion by magnetic emanations
(Leap of) Faith-Based Organizations
Music, messages soon to break the silence for callers on hold
Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center awarded highest government designation
University succeeds in driving birds away
United Way committee allocates funds to campus organizations
Doctoral candidate explores empathy's role in healing
Success not an overnight event for producer Spike Lee
95-year-old fan maintains dedication to 'Dores'
Women's tennis coach brings 'professorial' approach to court
Telecommunications seeks input on future of campus phone system
Burish chairs American Cancer Society's Blue Ribbon Advisory Committee
Forrest reads from works March 18
Photos portray people with disabilities
Musical meditation
1996 presidential campaign offers stark contrast on education
Forums mark retirement of University chaplain
Foreign Policy Town Meeting brings senior policymakers to campus
Political philosopher to speak March 13
100% Owen service program leader wins national award
Peabody program ranked No. 1
This Week In Vanderbilt History ...
The Tentmaker
Student-run board to coordinate campus events
Director of Meharry/VUMC alliance explores partnership
Commodore Cornelius Vanderbilt fought war over route through Central America
Ed Martin remembered
C.B. Hunt remembered
Feminist theologian examines the promises and threats of genetic research
University and Nashville Public Library partner for lunchtime lecture series
VUMC experts identify weaknesses in area bioterrorism response programs: Physicians' testimony part of congressional subcommittee convened in Wyatt Center
Around Campus
11 Questions With Charlotte Ellerby
Court ruling supports Vanderbilt decision to change name of building
Robotically assisted surgery pioneered at VUMC
Republicans hold on to Southern identity while rates of identification with the South decline among other groups
Suzy Bogguss closes Employee Celebration Month
Robert Knight brings Motown to Music City
Vanderbilt leads national study on Teens Achieving Mastery over Stress
Future at risk nationwide for special education in visual impairments
Blair celebrates Schubert's 200th anniversary in March
Commodore athletics cybercast to worldwide audience
Minority Engineering Program celebrates 25 years at banquet: Program features talk by Black Engineer of the Year
Foster to speak at Vanderbilt
Vanderbilt acquires THG Management
Self-taught artist's work at Kennedy Center
Peabody conference features whole language expert
VUMC hosts Brain Awareness Week: National leaders in brain research to present lectures
Slide presentation to highlight women sculptors
Sociologist to discuss men, women, feminism
Vanderbilt Card will minimize use of multiple cards
Graduate schools continue to rank among nation's best
Vanderbilt study reveals 'rising stars' among nation's public universities
Crime figures in error
Carpenter Program hosts conference on religion, gender and sexuality March 11-13
Robinson to leave VUMC post
Vanderbilt reports increase in freshman applications
Faculty and Staff Notes
Hamblet award means opportunity for one student artist
Guerrilla Girls don’t monkey around with discrimination
A future electrified by e-commerce detailed at seminar
Spina-bifida babies prospering after in-utero surgery at VUMC
He slowed the speed of atoms
Fine arts faculty exhibit variety of ideas in art
This Week In Vanderbilt History...
Branscomb to address new economy in a cyberworld
Editor of chemistry publication cites Web
Graduate School Research Day offers diversity in presentations
Yoga master to lecture on living effortlessly
Original musical drama sponsored by Kennedy Center
Activist, author to speak on changing face of feminism
Owen study: Business climate to favor entrepreneurs
Mountains of data make dissemination difficult
Final round of VUMC staff reductions implemented
New Divinity School dean named
This Week In Vanderbilt History ...
McKinney named director of technology transfer at Vanderbilt
Presidential Summit
Attack of the Computer Viruses!
Web Watch | A sampling of Vanderbilt's burgeoning Web presence
Celera Genomics founder reports humans have only 30k genes, rather than 100k
Vacation accrual policy revised
Nanotechnology is focus of Porter Lectures
UT-Dallas student group repaints gym at Susan Gray during Alternative Spring Break
Economy and religion to be discussed
Affirmative Action and Diversity Awards presented Oct. 14
Vanderbilt political expert expects 2004 presidential race to be intensely negative
Vanderbilt and Fisk Universities win $2.9 million to study nanotechnology
In-service targets violence, sexual assault against women on campus
Kay to head Law School's clinical programs
Gee co-signs letter to President Bush on research funding
VUPD officers stop gunman at Sonic restaurant
Faculty-Staff Campaign under way
Briefly Speaking
Families arrive Friday for Parents Weekend
Women's Center presents programs on mother-daughter relationship March 20
Carnegie Foundation acting president addresses scholarly peer review March 27
Total Challenge touts healthy habits
Ransom presented MTSU's Woman of Achievement Award
Law School, First Amendment Center host national moot court competition
Firm selected to aid Athletic Director search
Faculty-Staff Campaign kicks off March 19
Book probes Southern influence on way America views itself
Arts funding not on young America's palate
American leadership in global issues is foreign policy goal
External reviews to help University build strengths, set priorities
Web Watch | A sampling of Vanderbilt's web presence
Feminist/activist Morgan to address terrorism
Absence of starlings kept artillery at bay during winter afternoons: Birds were introduced to U.S. in 19th century by Shakespeare enthusiast
New tours give public a look inside VU laboratories
Sample Discrimination Quiz
'Alphabet Soup' spells out the dos and don'ts of University employment policies
Biblical scholar presents Jesus Christ as peasant resister to imperial aggression
New IV pump helps prevent drug dosage errors: VUMC co-developed tool with California company
New protocol may improve safety of nation's landfills
On the record
Around Campus
12 Questions With Nanette Bahlinger Senior Activities Coordinator Division of Continuing Medical Education
Després presents recital and master class
Study concludes there is no conflict between teaching and research at universities
Former Vanderbilt band director dies
Lou Holtz to address academics, athletics March 19
Palm Sunday paper sale benefits Children's Hospital
Jarman to read from literary works
Board president says maintaining momentum top challenge
General Motors, Saturn give major grant to Vanderbilt
Williams creates an environment in which minority students thrive
Blair Bonz to perform March 27
Vanderbilt among 'best of the Net'
LifeFlight adds second helicopter
Parking garage, commercial development planned: Completion of 950-space garage set for December
Vanderbilt University Turns 125
Mini Medical School to begin March 23
Vanderbilt's annual insured benefit report for employees
Leah Marcus named Edwin Mims Professor of English
What they are saying
Prepaid tuition legislation now being considered by Congress
Stanley Wells to deliver Curry Shakespeare lecture
Internal clocks keep everything from humans to algae ticking
Good vibrations coming out of Intelligent Robotics Laboratory
New networking developments on the horizon: Vanderbilt gets Internet2 connection
An open letter to the Vanderbilt community from the Chancellor
Board of Trust retreat highlights faculty scholarship, achievement
Wireless networking pilot program underway at VU
National study seeks cure for shingles; volunteers needed
Pauline Gore earns law school honor and son’s praises
Wyatt planning to retire in 2000
Noted artist McGraw creates installation for hospital exhibit
Powell encourages students
$22M law school renovation begins
‘InterVU’ offers listeners Vanderbilt’s best and brightest
New way to reduce ammonia in blood saves infant’s life
In Brief - March 15, 1999
Alums reunite and celebrate at Homecoming
Mosig bequest example of way to support research
Bergquist wins 2003 Chancellor’s Cup
Vanderbilt engineer receives national 'outstanding educator' award
Life in the Slow Lane
Commencement changes include speaker, class day
Cross-campus collaboration expanding the study of the brain and behavior
Dynamic 'Dores top Indiana in home opener
New state program should aid grant proposal writers
Faculty members earn A&S recognition
Connie Dixon eases new mothers into parenthood
DOE power grid expert explores promising Vanderbilt diamond research
World-renown biologist discusses ‘The Future of Life’
Web Watch: Human Resources adds convenience with C2HR
Eye of the Storm: Special ed major pursues passion for community service
Cook named associate dean for engineering research and graduate studies
Two West Tennessee families receive kidneys in double swap transplant
AVCF to provide supercomputing center
Tickets now available for the Vanderbilt-UT football game
Board of Trust convenes
Vanderbilt defeats Kentucky for first SEC win of the year
Vanderbilt students win National Society of Hispanic MBAs case competition
15 Questions With Janis May
GM donates EV-1 electric car to Vanderbilt
LifeFlight Nurse named National Medical Crew Member of the Year
Wireless Web works its way across Vanderbilt’s campus
Long keeps the campus beautiful with a friendly wave
New E. Bronson Ingram Chair established at Vanderbilt to promote brain research
Christian art and architecture to be examined through new chair
Buchanan and Schulz to debate 'Civil Liberties in a Post 9/11 America'
Final four Newington-Cropsey sculptures unveiled
Buerhaus, Moses join Institute of Medicine
Provost announces $35M in funding to enhance graduate education
“Avery Leiserson Day” to honor prominent Vanderbilt political expert
Ancient Maya stone altar recovered in Guatemala
New center to focus on study of religion and culture across the globe
Vanderbilt to partner with fuel cell manufacturer
Chair of English department gets rare NIH grant to study genetics in literature and popular culture
Chilean traveled the world before finding a home in Nashville
Black Cultural Center hosts emotional panel on environmental injustice
New program at Vanderbilt offers free legal help to business owners
Scholarly journals undergoing change for the future
Jenkins to depart for Caltech position
New human resources policy governs work-related injuries
Ingram family pledges $56 million to Cancer Center
In Brief - March 29, 1999
Harris, new president of ABC, to keep position at Vanderbilt
February Grants from the Office of Sponsored Research
Dyson highlights black diversity, need for self-love, self-criticism
Notice of insured benefits programs
This Week In Vanderbilt History...
Summary Annual Reports
FEBRUARY GRANT from the division of sponsored research
Expert cautiously optimistic about e-future
Dean's scholarly interests rooted in family history
Tuition set for 2000-01: 4.7% increase is smallest in decades
Briefly Speaking
Former SGA president-turned-law student continues to fight hate with campus guide
Two Vanderbilt faculty members elected fellows of AAAS
Forum explores domestic effects of war on terrorism
The Calendar gets a new look on the Web
Music lights up Dyer Observatory
War on terrorism town hall forum hosted by one of two national journalists organizations meeting Oct. 20
Jaz Dorsey produces theater for a musical city
A&S psychology head named associate provost for faculty
School of Nursing awarded grants totaling more than $1.8 million
This Week In Vanderbilt History ...
77th Annual Paper Sale to benefit Vanderbilt Children's Hospital
Panel to address genetic discrimination in the workplace
Scientist to speak on brain development
FEBRUARY GRANTS from the Division of Sponsored Research
Vanderbilt Dining hosts contest, analyzes student eating habits
'Smart mice' offer scientists clues to how human memory function works
Perqs changes name, offers exclusive online discounts
Wattles fellows to intern at Lloyd's of London
Vanderbilt to host Network Security Symposium
University's impact on mid-state economy increases to $2.8 billion
Vanderbilt given Equality Award
Mathematician receives Fulbright Scholar Award
Virtual School helps Tennessee receive national recognition
Briefly Speaking
Tichi receives mentoring award
African-American writers featured in English department's spring symposium
Acclaimed defense lawyer presents Burch lecture
Hyatt, Hardin to receive Law School's Distinguished Service Award March 29
Law student wins national fellowship to work with disadvantaged
Metro police chief defines new precinct
Tuition set for 1996-97
Guitar man: Economist crunches numbers, plays classical guitar
Peace Corps associate director to meet with volunteers from Vanderbilt March 25
Comet Hale-Bopp brightens Nashville nights
Noted writers participate in literary symposium
Festival brings the world to campus
Law School hosts Hong Kong conference March 28-29
Political scientist to discuss the goals of liberal education March 26
Palmisano named Academic All-America
Sweet Sixteen again
Vanderbilt alumna to head Publications and Design
Vanderbilt scientists lead NASA experiment in April
U.S. News and World Report ranks four Vanderbilt schools among top 25
New policy allows insurance continuation while on leave
In Brief - March 22, 1999
Owen research shows time-sensitive products warrant fresh look at the returns process
Former Owen School Dean Sam Richmond dies - He set vision, drove school’s success
Admissions official and son die in Georgia accident, funeral to be held Jan. 2
Pediatric patients and visitors need to plan around Children's Hospital move
Electronic greetings with a black and gold twist
Happy Holidays from the Vanderbilt Register!
Joan Rice Shares Vanderbilt with Children
Geology professor studies origin of mammals in Antarctica
Point, Click, Connect: Accessing Human Resources just got easier
U.S.-Japan Center strengthens Vanderbilt’s role in policymaking process
Agreement promotes exchange of faculty, students and research with Mexico
$35 million approved for Vanderbilt Hospital floor renovation, expanded emergency department
Little-studied waves in the heart may be cause of defibrillation failure
Dyer Observatory celebrates 50th anniversary
Tichi lauds new wave of muckraking journalists
Faculty and Staff Notes
Consumer Group and Vanderbilt Children's Hospital Alert Shoppers to Hidden Toy Hazards
The flu hits middle Tennessee but vaccine still available
Ribbon cut for new Children’s Hospital
Web Watch: Blair School of Music launches new homepage
Margaret Cuninggim Women’s Center celebrates 25 years of activism
Vanderbilt's School of Nursing and David Lipscomb University to offer joint degree
A wild ride with Lisa Wiggs


LeVan named Wilson Professor of Engineering
Vanderbilt’s economic impact jumps to $3.7 billion
Williams testifies on NCAA recruiting reform
Buttrick renovations slated
January Grants
On the Move
Outlaw discusses gender roles in Phillips Collection at Frist Center
Student testifies before Senate committee on higher education
Faculty and Staff Notes
Annual total compensation statements mailed this month
Vanderbilt's impact on mid-state economy increases to $3.7 billion
'Tennessean' editor addresses students on journalism careers
SEC Champions ready to dance
Construction on new medical research building to begin in May
Report: positive attitude can affect recovery times and overall health
External research funding jumps dramatically for second consecutive year
University of Miami president addresses faculty senators
Vanderbilt baseball hosts Cincinnati March 5 - 7
Spring break arrives early at Vanderbilt
Controversial film inspires lively debate on anti-Semitism
Survival of the fastest
Roy Neel to discuss impact of Howard Dean’s campaign on 2004 presidential race
Short-term disability enrollment deadline March 5
Mavericks’ Raul Malo speaker for Blair Conversations Series
Anthropologist sees link between per capita energy use and fertility rate
Earley named to new A&S chair
2004 Ingram Scholars announced
Interhall launches Vandy Forums
Children’s Hospital namesake Carell makes giving a way of life
Equity stake gift to benefit Owen School’s Financial Markets Research Center
Wallace states strong opinions on state of college sports
Expansion of Washington office reflects growth in University’s mission
Jacobson gives State of the Medical Center address
New Law School chair recognizes teaching excellence
Medical professor passes away
Rocking the Vote: An interview on 'Iron Jawed Angels'
C-SPAN makes Vanderbilt a bus stop during primaries
Outdated CPLE to be retired, new curriculum enables greater academic exploration
Amber Wallin recognized as one of USA’s top undergraduates
Nationally prominent Vanderbilt political scientist dies
Vanderbilt’s Office of Volunteer Activities becomes Office of Active Citizenship and Service, joins Harvard’s National Campaign for Political and Civic Engagement
Influence of media on 2004 election topic of Vanderbilt’s Impact Symposium
New antioxidants are 100 times more effective than Vitamin E
Controversy in African-American community to be examined during Black History Month
Children's Hospital opened to patients on Feb. 8
Conference dismisses notion that homosexuality can be ‘cured’ through religious faith
Research describes major cause of infant pneumonia
Photographer Herbert Peck passes away
Divinity conference to challenge local event promoting ‘cure’ for homosexuality
Nashville Vice Mayor Howard Gentry speaks to Tennessee school children via Vanderbilt Virtual School
Social Security numbers removed from class rolls, housing rosters to thwart identity theft
Anita Hill cancels lecture due to family illness
Remembering Andrea Carroll
Program in Jewish Studies expands, master’s degree now being offered
Student passes away, memorial to be held Thursday afternoon
LifeFlight’s yellow phones provide hotline for area hospitals, EMS
Guest Commentary: Colleague reflects on Limbird’s achievements
New device protects against biological agents
Vanderbilt wins grant to train vision researchers, becoming a national leader in vision research
Vanderbilt to attract highest level students with ENGAGE program, early admission to professional or graduate school will set University apart
Economics professor, former finance minister hopeful for new regime in the Republic of Georgia
Vanderbilt and Yale researchers decipher mosquito’s sense of smell
MLK events to feature NPR correspondent, author
Commodores serve up wins family style
The Race Is On: In the 2004 election year, students reach out to potential voters in Nashville
New hospital alliance to advocate for children
The voice and vision of 'Last Word'
Colleagues remember Andrea Carroll
King says good-bye after 40 years
New report first study on helping Nashville’s immigrant communities
The Real Deal 'Dores
Opening of Rand marked dining milestone
2003: A Year in Review
Vanderbilt Children's study shows electronic prescriptions safer for kids
Children's Hospital opening delayed
Gee looks ahead to 2004
Vanderbilt team receives $1.6 million for pilot project in a Nashville public school
Jack Allen, distinguished alumnus and former professor of Peabody College, dies
Archaeologist’s partnership with Maya villagers pays off in looters’ conviction
Dyer institute connects future scientists with renowned space explorers
Corbin stays at Vanderbilt
Hawkins, Commodore baseball fan and benefactor, dies at 72
'Golfweek' names Freitag National Coach of Year
The Last Word with Mary Long
Health Plus launches next phase of wellness plan
Researchers find that seeing truly is believing
Maury County to be home of fourth Vanderbilt LifeFlight emergency helicopter
John Seigenthaler Papers to be housed at Vanderbilt Library
Molly Morgan discovers her career in the Guatemalan jungle
Artifacts shed light on origins of Maya civilization
It’s a Gamble: Dopamine levels tied to uncertainty of rewards
Celestial Celebration: Keivan Stassun discusses the transit of Venus
Curb Center hires associate director from Princeton
Fleschner awarded traveling fellowship for research in Africa
The Last Word with Amy Kendall
Bush surprises PCCU staff
Technology in health care focus of President Bush’s VUMC visit
Nashville Symphony Orchestra gives Vanderbilt a musical treat
Spring sports wrap-up in winning style
Christie to step down as Owen School dean
Brave New World
Gerald Holly, chronicler of Vanderbilt images, dies
Brain cells become more discriminating when they work together
Center fosters collaboration on medicine, health and social issues
Top graduates earn Founder's Medals
Gee charges Class of 2004 ‘to show the entire world what you have shown me’
Chancellor Gee's commencement address
Vanderbilt bestows 12 emeritus titles
Rice recalls racially charged South in inaugural Senior Class Day address
Physics students earn high honors
Student earns doctorate eight years after paralyzing accident
Rice speech subject of protest
Condoleezza Rice, new wave rockers B-52’s to kick off Commencement festivities
Student advocates peaceful understanding in a time of war
Yale’s Kutzinski to run Center for the Americas
Fire breaks out at University Club
Galloway addresses policymakers in Washington, D.C.
Rogers receives presidential award in White House ceremony
Vanderbilt students study 'Baseball in American Life' during Maymester
Business school unveils new brand identity
Seminar on higher education addresses unique issues of Kazakhstan
New faculty course management system launched
Learning Sciences Institute facilitates collaboration, diversity
Baseball team sweeps Mississippi State
Making an Economic Impact
Syverud to step down in 2005
Alumni Ambassador
Ticketing procedures announced for Rice speech
Vanderbilt unwinds at multi-cultural festival
New Martha Rivers Ingram Chair to support historical scholarship
Vanderbilt Board of Trust adds two members
Staff Satisfaction Survey to launch April 26
Archaeologists unearth ancient Maya masterpieces while excavating a sacred ball court in Guatemala
Board of Trust applauds campaign progress
Curriculum revision, sex, buildings, community outreach among Board committee topics
'Brown v. Board' series wraps up with discussion of the failures of integration, America's struggle with race and class
University provides funds to keep Project Safe on campus for another year
Vanderbilt biological sciences students collaborate in Warner Parks project
Sewanee and Vanderbilt sign agreement on collaborations
Spring sports shine in wake of hoops success
Influential ‘Journal of Politics’ moves to VU
Spring has Sprung
Activists encourage women to fight for their rights
Athletics committee created
Clayton appointed to endowed chair; inaugural address April 16
Rice to speak on Senior Day
Gee calls for unity, oneness at Spring Faculty Assembly
Faculty award winners announced at Spring Faculty Assembly
Transcript of Chancellor Gee's speech
Lectures encourage women to fight for their rights
Graduates to work at Lloyd’s of London
Web Watch for Vanderbilt Summer Programs
President Bush visits campus; praises Vanderbilt for being a 'center of excellence'
Without A Home: Students gain street smarts during spring break in D.C.
Engineering professor Evertson dies
Gee strengthens VU ties to Asia during 14-day tour
Vanderbilt’s education school repeats high U.S. News ranking
RIAA sues network users in the latest lawsuits
April 2 breakfast focuses on role of religion in presidential campaign
Central Library Book Sale April 2
Academy of American Poets Prize Competition deadline April 2
Judge Damon J. Keith reflects on race in society during upcoming Vanderbilt lecture
A Day on the Hill
Pioneering Susan Gray School at Vanderbilt University celebrates 35th anniversary
Philosophy department gets boost from retired Franklin businessman
Studio Art to get new home in 2005
Viewing party planned for Women’s game against Stanford, Men end tournament run in the Sweet Sixteen
Team sent off with 'Dores UCan not UConn'
2004 football schedule includes home games against U.T., Mississippi State, Florida
The Sweet Sixteen is twice as nice for Commodores
Vanderbilt extends reach of LifeFlight with fixed wing plane
Basketball teams enjoying the sweet taste of tournament victory
Center for Structural Biology answers biomedical questions at the atomic level
Advances in brain research beginning to impact rehabilitation and training of visually impaired
Beasley leads Founders’ Day to honor the birth of ‘a great university’
Community Giving Campaign funds application deadline March 22
Sarah Weddington, advocate for women’s issues who successfully argued Roe v. Wade, to speak at Vanderbilt
Faculty Profile: Scholar shows students the power of international law
U.S. Rep shares campaign wisdom with students
The greatest fan of your life
University celebrates faculty and staff
Commodores kick off against USC
Vanderbilt rises to 25th in the nation in federal research and development funding
Guthrie appointed associate dean at Law School
Blair expands popular music offerings, nurtures 'pleasantly split personality'
Peabody dean recognized with Mensa lifetime achievement award
‘Go on beyond Z:’ At Fall Faculty Assembly, Gee encourages innovation, diversity, continued excellence
The Last Word with George Forbes
University, alumnae to be honored by YW
Summer in Review
Distinguished Southern political historian dies
Dance Marathon named ‘most improved’
Professor, Nashville executive to be inducted into Country Music Hall of Fame
Man in the Medal: Law professor litigates disputes at 2004 Olympic Games in Athens
Eleven faculty honored with 25-year chairs
The public debate over politics moves to the silver screen
Electronic ‘student’ used to study learning
Meltzer, Limbird among honorees at Fall Faculty Assembly
Founders Walk celebrates Class of 2008
Chancellor Gee welcomes freshman parents into the Vanderbilt family
Brave New World
Partnership with Napster to provide online music service to students and staff
Vanderbilt advances in 'U.S. News' best colleges ranking
On the Road Again: Second day of Roads Scholars Tour includes Keeneland, Maker’s Mark, Dollar General
On the Road: The Roads Scholars visit major Kentucky attractions on day one
Young patients receive the red-carpet treatment
Orientation programs, traditional activities mark start of school year
Summer 2004 Construction Update
Professional students get a head start
Peabody hosts conference on private education
Student delegate supports his party at the Democratic National Convention
New GBLT support group forms
Survey shows staff satisfaction is high, but there is room for improvement
Lost in Translation: Undergrads immerse themselves in summer research
Faculty-Staff Campaign breaks records with greatest participation in a decade
Faculty and Staff Notes
The Last Word with Margaret Buxton
Navigating ethical dilemmas: Students from the five professional schools discuss moral leadership at third annual Cal Turner Program Retreat
Dobson named director of black cultural center
Third annual Vanderbilt Roads Scholars Tour travels north to Bluegrass State
Stuhr returns to Vanderbilt to oversee development efforts
Football and Women's Soccer preseasons begin Wednesday
Igarashi introduces original 'Godzilla' at the Belcourt
Internationally renowned physician, professor, administrator Ike Robinson dies
Vanderbilt's Dance Marathon named 'most improved' by Children’s Miracle Network
New director named for African-American Studies program
American colonial history expert to lead history department
‘Strong at home, respected in the world:’ Professors comment on the Democratic Convention
The Last Word with Monica Cooley
Blackburn addresses family, children and human rights during campus visit
Black and Gold Politics: Staff members serve the community and support each other as members of Nashville Metro Council
Original University gates preserved, recognized with plaque
New venue for 2004 Fall Faculty Assembly
Faculty and staff invited to join ‘First Day of School’ initiative
Genetic model for devastating form of paraplegia suggests new treatments
Human resources pioneer Tom Mahoney dies
The Last Word with Samuel Hirt
Discovery reveals the secret behind hard exoskeletons, spreading wings: 40 years of questions about insect development answered
Influence of infant thought on language in July 22 issue of ‘Nature’
Unique observations of newborn star in July 22 ‘Nature’
VUMC to acquire specialized imaging device
School of Nursing joins forces with new nursing school in Nepal
Lab accident at Stevenson
Back to School: MLAS program offers convenient, affordable way for staff to earn a master's degree
Visual identity wins award
Universal Language of Music: Two researchers create digital archive of rare African music
June Grants
Faculty and Staff Notes, July 19-August 1
Faculty and Staff Notes, July 6-18
Luigi Monga, teacher, scholar, traveler, dies
LifeFlight celebrates its anniversary with enhanced helicopters
Goldring testifies before Congress on K-12 education
Dark matter, energy may be different aspects of a single unknown force
Results of new CF drug study offer hope to young patients
Nelson, former Divinity School dean, dies
Werthan, benefactor and friend of the University, dies
On the Move: Public Affairs
Significant change in the administration of graduate-student support
The Last Word with Tim Corbin
COPC reaches out to University neighbors
Former Commodore standout coaches new Nashville basketball team
MTA partnership offers faculty and staff a free ride
Last Word with Mark Dalhouse
Robert Penn Warren Center to host institute on teaching the Constitution
Student dies of apparent heart attack
K.D. Lang and Janet Reno among cases reviewed by gender expert
Field trip on the French Riviera
FCC Chairman visits Medical Center for information technology demonstration
Global Health Council names Najla Husseini 2004 Volunteer of the Year
Vanderbilt athletics featured on ‘The Real Yellow Pages’ cover
With one academic year to go, Law School dean looks back ... and ahead
Ingram, Ivey discuss the arts at Blair School of Music
School of Engineering to lead new defense nanotechnology program
Vanderbilt Police add life-saving defibrillators to squad cars
McVeigh, professor of biology, emerita, dies at 99
Browning, physician and scientist, dies at 51
'Take a Ride to Work on Vanderbilt' program launches July 5
What to expect this flu season in the wake of vaccine shortage
'Godzilla': Camp or cultural icon?
Premier economics organization at home in Nashville
Internal Audit keeps Vanderbilt accountable
Studio Arts Center breaks ground
Structural Biology Center hosts open house
New academic journal to chronicle the quests for America
New wheels for Vanderbilt archeology team
The Last Word with Lorie Lunn
Homecoming 2004
The Aftermath: Classes break down election results
Studio Arts Center breaks ground Nov. 5
Students watch election results in hopes of an answer
Neely named 2004 Chancellor’s Cup recipient
Election Day information
'Reverse Trick-or-Treat' comes to Children's Hospital
Drunk driving demonstration a sobering reminder
Oct. 28 last day for early voting
Stimulating nerve cells with laser precision
Political writer emphasizes the seriousness of the presidential election
Gee recognized for communications leadership
Roads Scholars reunite with Ft. Campbell students
The Latvian Connection
Questions remain as Congress winds up regular session
Vanderbilt Institute for Nanoscale Science and Engineering off to a big start
The Tennessee Education Lottery Scholarship Program: Year One
$1M fund established at Peabody for teachers
Vanderbilt's GLBT community strengthens in a time of national awareness
Outcome of Nov. 2 election will affect higher education
Center for the Study of Religion and Culture unveils research project
The Socrates of our Time: Remembering Jacques Derrida
The Last Word with Louise Yates
Sedaris talks pretty
Affirmative Action and Diversity Awards conferred
Vietnam veteran contests clichés about war
World Bank's Brookins speaks on poverty reduction
‘Primary Colors’ author, political analyst delivers lecture Oct. 26
New director hopes to broaden definition of women’s studies
Chapman memorial service in Benton Chapel Oct. 18
Center for the Study of Religion and Culture unveils research project on religion and the economy
Suskind goes 'in search of George Bush'
Pulitzer Prize-winner Ron Suskind speaks at second Chancellor’s Lecture Series
Rand receives passing health score on re-inspection
Chapman, former Medical School dean, dies at 73
French scholar Pichois dies in France
Flu vaccine update
Vanderbilt orders sprinklers in all Greek houses
The Candidates Speak
Undergraduate teaching award expanded
Four Vanderbilt faculty members release material with the Teaching Company
Stahlman named 2004 Vanderbilt Distinguished Alumna
Anthropology professor travels to the Middle East
Hanging the cellular Christmas lights
Construction of Freshman Commons begins in '05
The Last Word with Kate Daniels and Geoff MacDonald
Students explore political process in precursor to vice presidential debate
Media have a field day
Rand receives low health score
U.N. debate comes to Ingram Hall
It's good to be a 'Dore
Canadian government offers support to Center for the Americas
Jazz legend in Music City
Study of German gets boost from the Max Kade Foundation
Vanderbilt joins ORNL core universities
Vanderbilt and Fisk astronomers use the stars to interest minority students in science careers
Rogers, former Peabody College director of student affairs and professor, dies
When it comes to psychology experiments, humans not irrational, just wary
Dreams of a Sept. 11 victim live on through internship
The last word with Judith Pennywell
Junior faculty win competitive federal grants to support new talent
Writer, alum Randall Jarrell to be honored with marker at Nashville high school
Medical Center employees assist in Florida hurricane effort
Faculty and staff embrace Vanderbilt living
Metro-Vanderbilt partnership cuts ribbon on playground
Owen School ranked No. 2 among smaller schools by 'Wall Street Journal'
Chancellor’s Lecture Series begins with a wake-up call for media
Get surprised during Relevant Religion course
LEAD’s Voter Registration Day a success
Three junior faculty win competitive federal grants to support new talent
'Shape the Future' campaign reaches historic $1 billion mark
Students go door-to-door in effort to turn out the vote
The front of the pack
Musical celebration
Area merchants show their gold
Faculty Profile: Athletics and academics form a perfect team for law professor
Faculty Profile: Tissue engineeer coaxes body into healing itself
Faculty Profile: Global chemist discovers Nashville
Faculty Profile: Economist explores evolution, gender games
New Faculty
Faculty respond to the Republican Convention
Faculty Profile: Teacher builds a more competent student one behavior at a time
Faculty Profile: Birth of a child inspires the study of labor of another sort
The Last Word with Linda Harrison
Medical Center employees volunteer to aid in hurricane relief
Conway-Welch gets political in the Big Apple
Peabody wins $10M grant for first federally funded national research center on school choice
Faculty Profile: From Peace Corps to professor
Faculty Profile: Preaching prodigy says he is 'a son of the black church in every way'
Department of English continues 'radically interdisciplinary' path
Faculty Profile: Political scientist works closely with Latin American leaders
University mourns Doster
The Last Word with Suzanna Spring
Divinity School gets $10 million grant from Lilly Endowment
A new twist on an old nebula
East meets west in a dialogue of faith
Alumni tours offer something for everyone
Elledge retires after 40 years
Noted journalist and author donates papers to university library
Student-athletes spread holiday cheer
Panvini, professor of physics, emeritus, dies at 67
'Gracious pioneer' Pauline Gore dies
Memorial tonight for Nan Bilotto Poges
Peter Guralnick to teach creative non-fiction in spring 2005
Final moments of fall
Former Provost Wendell Holladay dies
New Vanderbilt Kennedy Center project to serve Hispanic disability community
Dean nominated for two Grammy Awards
Owen launches Vanderbilt Summer Business Institute for undergrads
The last word with Marc Hill
Economists receive NIH grant to study long-term health effects of Head Start
Sensor network mimics synchronized calling by frogs and cicadas
Peabody professor leads taskforce to help Nashville homeless community
Human research program recieves national recognition for high standards
Toy safety report endorsed by Children's Hospital
Basketball teams shooting for a successful 2004-5 season
New SEC rules promote safety and sportsmanship
Bush campaign chair visits Elections class
Vanderbilt considers conducting classified research
Bluebird Café and Dyer Observatory to expand concert series
Stimulating nerve cells with laser precision
New scale focuses on positives to better serve those with developmental disabilities
Children's Hospital decks its halls
Campus enjoys last moments of fall
FluMist now available through Occupational Health
Men’s win brings basketball teams to a combined 5-0
Soccer teams rake in year-end accolades
Mathematicians work on digestible theorems
Russian art managers visit Music City
Board of Trust convenes
Training program keeps student data private
Reynolds elected to BOT
University acts to prevent computer virus outbreaks
The Last Word with Gloria Gibbs-Hempel
Chemist receives grant from Honda to accelerate fuel cell
New disability scale focuses on positives to better serve those with developmental disabilities
New internship program gives students first-hand 'view' of nation's capital
Russian scientists visit to discuss terrorism
New law chair is second to honor alumnus Milton Underwood
'Extreme Strings' marks Plummer's 30th year with Blair
Vanderbilt to have largest Alternative Spring Break program in the nation
Maya archaeologist receives national medal from Guatemalan president
Math department wins new NSF grant for training researchers
Go with the FLOW
New chair awarded to noted international economist
‘New York Times’ editor discusses post-election ‘culture wars'
Living Wage protesters gather at Kirkland
‘U.S. News & World Report’ editor speaks on college rankings
Infant twins need dual heart transplants at the Children's Hospital
Four Vanderbilt scientists elected AAAS fellows
The Creative Campus: How Do We Measure Up?
Women's center reaches out during Domestic Violence Awareness Month


Owen jumps in ‘FT’ ranks
Freedom rings for Iraqis
Mole gives new meaning to the term ‘fast food’
BCC grand re-opening draws overflow crowd
Yunus defies lending paradigms to empower the poor
Owen ranked 31st in the world by ‘Financial Times’
Stalking awareness panel provides information, resources to campus
December 2004 Grants
Food Services veteran ‘Grandpa Tom’ dies
Faculty and Staff Notes 01/24/05
Fiction writer strives to entertain readers
Seligson to study relationship between foreign aid and democracy
The Last Word with Tania Graves
Baseball season begins
Web page coordinates campus response to Tsunami
Undergraduate research journal launched
Behind-the-scenes efforts make successful research partnerships possible
Frist Nursing Informatics Center opens
Court hears arguments about Memorial Hall
Campus celebrates the life of Doster
Grad student studies effects of development projects on local culture
Printing plates discovered in Buttrick
Food Services and Vanderbilt Dining veteran passes away
MLK vigil remembers tsunami victims
Student Dante Francisco dies of unknown causes
Web site helps families find research studies
Faculty and Staff Notes Jan. 10, 2005
Blair House Apartments fire displaces students and staff
Children’s Hospital ranked 8th in nation by ‘Child’ magazine
The Last Word with Chrissy Thornton
Singer, scholar, activist to headline MLK series
Studying Freedom: Williams leads delegation to South Africa
Home HIV-AIDS test could be a reality within two years, scientists say
Center creates links to disciplines, promotes teaching as a scholarly process
Athletics conference convenes on campus
Penn’s Rubin named new Law School dean
Council on Intercollegiate Athletics meets at Vanderbilt
Commodores clinch SEC opener with 'Memorial Magic'
VCH ranked 8th in U.S. by ‘Child’ magazine
University research builds industry, maintains competitiveness
'U.S. News' gives high marks to graduate and professional programs
Government officials tour burn unit
Owen Students get a taste of the real world with workplace assignments
‘Re-engineering’ engineering may be necessary to meet challenges ahead
'I am Charlotte Simmons' author speaks
Virtual Learning: Reaching the classrooms of the world one video conference at a time
Filmmaker Aishah Shahidah Simmons visits Vanderbilt
The Last Word with Jenny Redding
April 4, 2005 Faculty and Staff Notes
Sophomore golfer excels at the Masters
Vanderbilt opens new Emergency Department
The Last Word with Thomas Miller
VU takes series over UT with 6-4 win
Mann is a strong woman in a ‘strongman’ world
Army ROTC unit honored
Vanderbilt couple team-teaches honors seminar on Nobel Prize
Recipients of Wattles Fellowship named
Faculty members venture 'inside the beltway' to promote federal research
4/12 Student art showcase and panel tell ‘The Untold Story’
Former student Zoerhoff passes away
Howard Dean visits political science class
Commodore basketball advances in tournament play
Former congressmen share political experiences with students
Iranian Nobel Peace Prize winner to speak at Senior Day
Understanding human behavior critical to improving laws
Engineering professor appointed to U.S. nuclear regulatory committee
Dyer receives School of Engineering Distinguished Alumnus Award
Summer programs Web site up and running
Complex behaviors could be ‘hard-wired’ in the primate brain
Taking ‘First Steps’ into Guatemala
The Last Word with Emma Underwood
Faculty & Staff Notes March 21, 2005
February 2005 Grants
Union accepts contract with Vanderbilt
Little Richard featured entertainment at ‘The Party’
Dores face off with Auburn tonight at SEC tourney
Proposed federal budget could be troublesome for research universities
Unique competitions highlight E Week
Construction of $26.7 million imaging facility to begin in April
Commodore baseball goes global with new webcasts, improved design
Faculty & Staff Notes 3/7/05
Schabas defines genocide in Charney lecture on international law
Pressing Issues: Vanderbilt lobbies the state
Vanderbilt commits to safety, health and environmental protection
A conversation with James Auer
Web Watch: Center for the Americas
Graduate teaching fellows bring science to middle schools
Constant light gives biological clocks a licking, but they keep ticking
Dance Marathon 2005 raises $100,000 for Children’s Hospital
SEC creates academic consortium to improve educational activities
Students travel to 39 sites for Alternative Spring Break
Former South Korean official speaks
Summary Annual Reports
New procedure could spell relief for heartburn sufferers
The Last Word with Keith Loiseau
Vanderbilt helps set course for city’s future
Charney Lecture on International Law discusses genocide
Bradford named dean of Owen Graduate School of Management
Ingram Scholars named
Angela Davis speaks as a part of Black History Month
Archeologist lectures on the preservation of ancient Maya culture
Greening Vanderbilt: Renewing our mission for the 21st century
Law symposium examines the state of athletics
New pediatric nursing scholarships created
Undergraduates mentor inner-city teens and help them prepare for college
Community Giving Campaign donations surpass goals
Diversity is up, admissions data say
Connes honored with French science award
Owen to offer master’s degree in finance
Blair School assistant dean seriously injured
Device provides early detection of heart failure
Vanderbilt blood donors beat University of Tennessee
Mr. Commodore wins second national championship
Goddu, Landers and Wollaeger awarded NEH fellowships
Gherman wins Hugh C. Atkinson Memorial Award for library innovations
Tung unravels the mystery of mummies for Discovery Channel
2/21/05 Faculty and Staff Notes
The Last Word with June MacNeil
January 2005 Grants
Engineering professor survives tsunami
Scholarships, research hot topics of discussion at ‘Day on the Hill’
Children’s Hospital marks first anniversary
Baseball season opener today at 4 p.m.
Chinese New Year celebrated with dance performances
A Valentine's celebration
Kutzinski to deliver inaugural lecture today
Blair School of Music faculty member seriously injured in accident
Celebrated physicist expounds on string theory
Cell phone donations sought for YWCA
Owen to offer master’s degree in finance
The Last Word with MariaPia De Pasquale
Google to digitize research books
2/7/05 Faculty and Staff Notes
Yunus defies paradigms to empower the poor
JĂĄuregui wins prestigious literary honor
Moving past the race conundrum
‘Vanderbilt’ gets Mandarin translation
BCC grand re-opening kicks off Black History Month
Black Cultural Center unites races
Twin sisters use music and technology to create a pioneering performance
Nurture as important as nature in developing ability for flexible self-control
The Last Word with Amy Smith
Ari Dubin hired as executive director of Hillel
To Your Health: Notes from Health Plus
Microfluidic research published in 'Lab on a Chip'
Extreme makeover, ITS edition
Faculty & Staff Notes May 30, 2005
Alumnus honored on U.S. postage stamp
Vanderbilt Squirrel Camp named model orientation program
Commencement photo essay
School of Engineering takes lead in Air Force research on radiation effects
School of Engineering rewards exemplary faculty, staff service
The Last Word with Chris Yerian
Future Faculty Program honors 11 graduates
Syverud honored by Supreme Court Justice O'Connor
Notes from Health Plus May 2005
In praise of imperfection: Eating disorder benefit held at Blair
Mind reading becoming reality through the use of fMRI
Faculty and Staff Notes - May 16, 2005
Student races to raise $20,000 for Vanderbilt Kennedy Reading Clinic
Careers in Exploration
Designer babies, robots, focus of history professor's study
Foster youth issue report to empower community to hold juvenile court system accountable
Employees raise over $900 for the YWCA
Journalists gather to view PBS documentary with Tipper Gore
Chancellor bids farewell to the classes of 2005
Vanderbilt's top graduates awarded Founder's Medals
Gee urges Class of 2005 to ‘reknit our shared culture’
Bombing can’t promote human rights, says Nobel Peace Prize winner
Shirin Ebadi's Senior Day address
Little Richard kicks off commencement activities
Little Texas member to graduate from Vanderbilt
Gee named to NCAA presidential task force
Former vice chancellor for alumni and development dies
'Peer buddies' program released nationwide
Local educator and entrepreneur Imogene Forte dies
Vanderbilt honors 15 retiring professors
Christie named executive editor of Financial Management journal
Vanderbilt junior to cross globe this summer in pursuit of public service
NIH's Human Genome Project funds Vanderbilt history professor's research
Articles by law professors honored
Appeals court rules on Memorial Hall dispute
Op ed: Why the public doesn't buy social security accounts
Commencement activities set for May 11-13
Spitz earns 2005 Award for Investment Leadership
Two alumni elected to Board of Trust
Faculty research focus of Board committee meeting
Syverud accepts position at Washington University
Faculty & Staff Notes - May 2, 2005
Vanderbilt news now available via podcast
COPC goes to Washington
Blackburn speaks
Research challenges depression treatment guidelines
Journalists visit Vanderbilt to explore autism
Faculty Senate convenes forum to discuss living wage
The Last Word with the commencement crew
Fuchs receive special education award
Engineering Senior Design Day showcases innovative technologies
Antibody may protect children from dangerous syndrome
Vanderbilt-Ingram selected As Cancer Center of Excellence
Goldberg named associate dean for research at Law School
Heart transplant twins are headed home
VU receives recycling award
Universe may have behaved like a liquid after Big Bang
Faculty & Staff Notes - April 18
New rules set to safeguard patient info
Eligibility change for flexible reimbursement account
Student financial aid awards go online
March 2005 Grants
Media Fellowship hosts author with autism
Vanderbilt hosts Dell Student Technology Competition
Vanderbilt engineer wins early career development award from NSF
Vanderbilt engineering part of national ‘dream team’
Thirteen fellows chosen by Center for the Americas for innovative program
Timing nature’s fastest optical shutter
Michael B. Keegan Traveling Fellowship awarded
Scalia delivers Cecil Sims Lecture at law school
White House appoints Chancellor to foundation board of trustees
Talk therapy vs. meds: VU research challenges depression treatment
Gore shares insider's view with students
Smithsonian head traces institution’s roots
Guitar art installment arrives on campus
Undergraduate admissions most selective yet for Class of '09
Spring Faculty Assembly focuses on growth and change
Faculty Awards conferred at spring assembly
Chancellor Gordon Gee's Spring Faculty Assembly Address
Top writers draw music lovers to symposium
Goldberg named CEO of VUH
Eskind, philanthropist and Board of Trust member, dies
Mexico trip builds on academic and medical partnerships
New Student Life Center marks grand opening
Web Watch: University Calendar
Blackburn named senior associate dean of Owen Graduate School
K-12 students get a glimpse of robots via teleconference
Grant to fund research on science and religion
Animal rights activist lectures on ethics
IMPACT Symposium: Howard Dean
IMPACT Symposium: Ann Coulter
IMPACT Symposium: Rev. Al Sharpton
Nancy Reisman to teach creative writing at Vanderbilt
Researchers make breakthrough in bone tissue replacement
VUMC offers tips to beat the heat
Singer-songwriter makes special delivery to Wilson Hall
Camp teaches life skills to teens, young adults with Down syndrome
Catron to direct Governor's Office of Children's Care Coordination
Emergency Drill
New Center for the Americas assistant director named
Vanderbilt drops suit over Memorial Hall
Intern offers unique view of Washington experience
To Your Health - Notes from Health Plus
Gee addresses CASE assembly
Speedy Visitor
Children’s hospital ranked eighth in nation in NIH funding
Kennedy Center director earns autism research award
Despite federal budget cuts, subatomic study goes on
Professor juggles academia and government
Faculty & Staff Notes - July 25, 2005
Students and faculty brave London blasts
Rogaski earns prestigious Guggenheim fellowship
News Service party draws local media
June Grants from the Division of Sponsored Research
Great Performances at Vanderbilt launches Sept. 24
The Last Word with Becca Stevens
'Concert of Children' on display though Sept. 16
Gold level is here for 'Go for the Gold' participants
Dance Marathon honored with CMN Incentive Award
Brisky receives highest Girl Scouting volunteer honor
Two from Nashville Symphony receive grants from John Kelingos Memorial Fund
African American Studies marks past year's successes
Duvenhage named new men's tennis coach
High school students visit nanotechnology labs
Fighting malaria focus of $8.5 M grant
Dyer webcasts comet crash
Summer 2005 Construction Update
Purcell visits Pre-K Summer Institute
Eggs Mark the Spot
Faculty & Staff Notes - July 11, 2005
Campus construction goes green
Vanderbilt group to tackle extreme conditions in space
Learning Sciences Institute awarded $1.5M grant
Vanderbilt medical student killed in drowning accident
Clinton honored with Mary Jane Werthan Award
TRIAD summer camp offers children with autism rare social opportunity
Navy ROTC students awarded scholarships
Vanderbilt London program participants unharmed by explosions
Tennessee pre-kindergarten teachers converge at Vanderbilt
Simple precautions can help prevent insect-borne illnesses
Flying High
Froeb returns to Owen School full-time following appointment at FTC
ONE Vanderbilt provides network for graduate, professional students
Nursing students collect goods for 'Nurses for Newborns'
Maymester courses take students near and far
The Last Word with Bradley Metrock
Summer Love
Preschool Performers
Summer Dancin'
To Your Health: Notes from Health Plus
Visual identity recognized among world’s best rebrands
Students build bridges with Sri Lanka
Faculty & Staff Notes - June 27, 2005
Durbin departs for Duke
One physics professor's dance of discovery
May Grants
'Behind the 'Dores' gives fans peek at Vanderbilt basketball
Vanderbilt students crowned Miss Tennessee, first runner-up
HIV research program seeking volunteers to develop preventive vaccine
Engineering students present marketing plans to corporate 'clients'
Chinniah named to new post
VCH survey provides snapshot of child abuse in region
Quantum dots detect respiratory viral infections faster
Rumsfeld visits with midshipmen
Engineering professor wins National Science Foundation award
Earth, Wind and Fire
X-rays shed light on formation of sun-like stars
McCarty reappointed dean of A&S
Faculty & Staff Notes June 13, 2005
'Register' wins Bronze Pen Award
Tentative fall football schedule announced
Efforts to conserve energy seen campus-wide
On the Move
Living and learning at Vanderbilt to undergo major transformation
Physics and astronomy prize awarded
A conversation with Mark Petty
Summer Business Institute much more than the average summer camp
Ten Commodores chosen in MLB draft
Telethon benefiting Children’s Hospital a record success
The Last Word with Joseph Mella
VU students featured on NBC Nightly News
Children's Hospital leads other states to adopt newborn testing
A conversation with Mark Johnson
Runner still needs help to create endowment for Down syndrome children
Benson named Peabody distinguished alumnus
Shining Stars
Arts and Science dean's office moves to Alumni Hall for summer
Military Send-off
‘Peer Buddies’ program goes national with publication of new book
Kennedy Center receives gift from the Dan Marino Foundation
Professors mine treasure of American music in 'Little House' books
Christie named executive editor of financial journal
NEW FACULTY - Grose ready for some Tennessee politics
Geology department becomes Earth and Environmental Sciences
Physicist finds home in Earth and Environmental Sciences
Vanderbilt to bring first Chancellor's Artists in Residence to campus
Vanderbilt continues to respond to victims of Hurricane Katrina
Yoo to testify at Supreme Court confirmation hearings
Student organizations host Katrina prayer vigil
Chancellor’s lecturer: Basis of many assumptions a 'house of sand'
Vanderbilt ready to provide financial assistance to its students impacted by Katrina
Hurricane Katrina prompts quick campus response
Anniversary milestones celebrated by employees
AXLE curriculum gets under way with class of 2009
New Beginning for Buttrick Hall
Foster care veterans speak about the system
ODC seeks nominations for Affirmative Action and Diversity Awards
Commodore Power
Book excerpts: 'Parenting & Professing: Balancing Family Work with an Academic Career'
To Your Health: Notes from Health Plus
Choral director a 'medical miracle' after accident
Soderquist, oft-cited legal scholar, dead at 61
$1.38 million grant to fund CFA research on Colombia
Gee to Fall Faculty Assembly: University is soaring
Update mailing address with Benefits Office
Accounting office changes name to Office of Financial Affairs
Odd behavior and creativity may go hand-in-hand, new research finds
Freshman class sets records for Vanderbilt
Is Constitution Day mandate unconstitutional?
Fixing long-term care for seniors focus of lecture
Earl Sutherland Prize, Thomas Jefferson Award given at Fall Faculty Assembly
Faculty & Staff Notes - Sept. 5, 2005
Child and Family Policy Center to celebrate 10th anniversary
The Last Word with Barbara Forbes
Chancellor Gordon Gee’s address to the Fall Faculty Assembly
'Register' celebrates 25 years
University offers classes to students displaced by Katrina
Sandler named associate provost for special projects
The Thrill of Victory: Former associate sports information director recalls nearly three decades of VU athletics
1980: A Very Good Year: A graduate of the Class of ’80 reflects on cafeteria food, football losses and the death of disco
Milestones: Classics professor remembers moments that made history
Here We Grow Again: In quarter-century, university almost triples in size
Good Neighbors: Assistant vice chancellor and university share long history
State-of-the-Art: Medical Center sees advancements in past 25 years
Making Strides: Diversity blooms on campus – a conversation with Dean Bill Shain
The 'Register' Mission:Telling Vanderbilt's story to the campus and beyond
Seeds of Change: 'Register' editor looks back on pop culture highlights of the 1980s
Leaving a Legacy: Chancellor Emeritus Joe B. Wyatt reflects on his 18 years at Vanderbilt
Looking Ahead: Chancellor Gordon Gee remarks on where Vanderbilt has been and where it’s going
Twenty-five years later: ‘Register’ remains Vanderbilt’s paper of record
‘Show Your Gold’ contest continues through Sept. 2
Morton tapped to head admissions at law school
Library and labs postpone start of VUprint
The Last Word with the Vanderbilt vault
Nobel Prize-winner Selten to kick off Chancellor’s Lecture Series
'Lost Delta Found' reveals long-lost Fisk studies on blues and the South
Fall Faculty Assembly set for Student Life Center
Lehman to head Health Care MBA
Roads Scholars Tour strengthens community bonds
Assistant police chief named
Freshman Get Oriented
Book excerpts: Waddle’s ‘Against the Grain’
Center for the Americas and Forest Stewardship Council collaborate on social impact study
New look for homepage unveiled
Faculty & Staff Notes - Aug. 22, 2005
Vanderbilt holds steady at 18 in 'U.S. News' ranking
Erotic images, gore cause temporary 'blindness'
Super Commodore Fan
July Grants . . . from the Division of Sponsored Research
Faculty & Staff Notes - August 8, 2005
Musical miracles abound at Williams Syndrome Music Camp
Extreme Makeover
Fourth Founders Walk set for Aug. 23
Conserving Energy: What You Can Do
Kaas publishes 100th paper in 'Journal of Comparative Neurology'
Owen launches health care MBA
Design innovations, bus program contribute to greening of Vanderbilt
Roads Scholars to visit Tennessee, Alabama
SIPHER gives students science experience
Library and labs to charge for printing
2005 Football Media Guide available
ITS urges network users to change passwords
VU and Blair School 'rock' according to 'Rolling Stone'
ITS completes project to ensure continuous Internet availability
VUMC physician offers tips to beat summertime heat
Singing about Science
Brisky receives highest Girl Scout volunteer honor
University jumps in NSF national research spending rankings
Seafood from Aleutian Islands safe, research team concludes
Nursing professor to ride with Armstrong in Tour of Hope
'Register' celebrates silver anniversary
Researchers pioneer bone tissue growth
The Last Word with The Celtic Commodores
Owen professor says new standards may compromise corporate boards
Morton tapped to head admissions at law school
Day two of Roads Scholars Tour visits SEC headquarters, NASA-Marshall Space Flight Center
Energy curtailment requires campus to take conservation measures
Day one of Roads Scholars Tour visits Sewanee, Birmingham
Vanderbilt’s online home unveils new look, improved function
Erotic images, gore cause temporary ‘blindness’
Vanderbilt researchers help determine safety of Alaskan seafood
ITS urges network users to change passwords
Congressman to teach in Health Care MBA program
‘Widow of the South’ author to speak
Medical Center reaching out to gay and lesbian community
Gee asks for continued conservation efforts
Fanning wins 2005-06 Chancellor’s Cup
September grants . . . from the Division of Sponsored Research
Vanderbilt Kennedy Center named U.S. Center for Excellence
Scopes monkey trial radio play and forum scheduled
Bowling team adds depth and experience in second year
EPA honors university as commuter-friendly
ITS increases standard e-mail storage quota
Faculty and Staff Notes - Oct. 17, 2005
Ethics issues dominate Directors College
Observatory offers stargazing and special events
Shade Tree Family Clinic opens
Churchwell honored by black alumni association
The Last Word with Crystal Plohman
Around Campus - Oct. 17 issue
FreshTracksMusic added to downloading offerings
University receives nearly $1 million grant to train developmental disability researchers across disciplines
Fanning wins 2005-06 Chancellor’s Cup
Vanderbilt cardiologist and biomedical engineering grad honored
EPA honors university as a “Best Workplace for Commuters”
Play recreating Scopes monkey trial to be performed as part of Great Performances Series
Vanderbilt Kennedy Center named U.S. Center for Excellence on Developmental Disabilities
Rep. Jim Cooper to teach in Vanderbilt’s Health Care MBA program
YWCA's Academy inducts new members
Corporate freedom leads to economic success, according to Bush adviser
Nashville Jazz Orchestra begins residency at Blair
Classes Without Quizzes forums highlight Homecoming
Task force to review campus security
The Last Word with Phil Davis
Former CBS Records executive and Ivey discuss industry
Around Campus - Oct. 3, 2005
Constitutionality of Constitution Day debated at forum
Healthy Kids 2025 begins pilot project
Construction Diversity Council is formed
Reviving democracy the focus of Relevant Religion course
VU established in top tier of national research universities
Katrina evacuees begin unexpected school year at Vanderbilt
Show Your Gold winners rewarded
Divinity School dean reflects on a Global Perspectives trip to Vietnam
Cole lecturer Jim Wallis speaks Oct. 13-14 at Benton Chapel
Faculty and Staff Notes - Oct. 3, 2005
New center at Peabody to help communities
Vanderbilt-LSU game to be nationally broadcast
Commentary: Caring before disaster strikes
Experts, families join forces for Parkinson’s disease conference
Printing charges begin on Oct. 10
In Memoriam
Three peer-to-peer file sharing programs blocked
To Your Health: Notes from Health Plus
Grants available to faculty for Commons programming
Holocaust Lecture Series launches Oct. 9
Author Turow to speak on the death penalty
Architecture a mirror on society: Chancellor’s lecturer
Cookbook will raise money for Children’s Hospital
VUMC researchers: Tropical frog may help defeat HIV
Art of Hudson River School topic of ‘Off the Wall’ lectures
Emmett Fields, former university president, dead at 81
Task force to review campus security is announced
Vanderbilt established in top tier of national research universities
Nashville Jazz Orchestra begins residency with Blair School
Architecture a mirror on society, Chancellor’s lecturer says
Task force to study campus security
Corporate freedom leads to economic success, according to Bush adviser
Emergency preparedness response to Hurricane Rita calls for energy curtailment
Kinman and Bourgoin named 2005 Commodore Award winners
Constitutionality of Constitution Day debated at forum
Kennedy Center program provides disability information for persons affected by Hurricane Katrina
Former Vanderbilt President Emmett Fields dies
NEW FACULTY - Love letters lead to career in African-American studies
ENGAGE has successful first year
Larry Soderquist Memorial Fund established at law school
Katrina assistance a long-term effort for campus community
Employee Celebration Month Under Way
University takes measures to ensure pedestrian safety near Blair
Chicago, Woodman to be Chancellor’s Artists in Residence
NEW FACULTY - Chinese Cultural Revolution taught Li to seize opportunity
NEW FACULTY - Heroism of everyday lives inspires new writing instructor Reisman
NEW FACULTY - Peabody alum returns home, explores why we ‘choke’ under pressure
ODC seeks nominations for Affirmative Action and Diversity Awards
Faculty & Staff Notes - Sept. 19, 2005 issue
Password holdouts to be cut off computer network
NEW FACULTY - Halpern examines morality’s role in the greater medical good
NEW FACULTY - Neufeld finds connections between music and law
The Last Word with Joy Hill Davis
Doctoral candidate explores passions for art and physics
Jewish Studies enters fourth year
Buttrick Discovery
August Grants ... from the Division of Sponsored Research
New Faculty
Theatre department forges ahead with 2005-06 season
Vanderbilt and Fisk build bridge to increase minority science Ph.D.s
Selten gives Chancellor's Lecture
Vanderbilt employees volunteer to help young victims
Geology department becomes Earth and Environmental Sciences
Best Buddies named outstanding chapter
'Register' Family Grows
NEW FACULTY - Elliott studies modern impact of medieval church
Lawson named 2005 Distinguished Alumnus
The Last Word with Deonte' Wilkerson
Schwartz to advise State Department
Owen students take first place in three national competitions
New computer network speed record set
November grants . . . from the Division of Sponsored Research
Cancer center leads effort to evaluate lung cancer signatures
Kirkman dead at 77
Ancient canals in Zana Valley in Peru reveal underpinnings of early Andean civilization
Big Bang breakthrough named top 2005 physics story
Book excerpt: 'A Garland of Many Years'
Vanderbilt chemical engineers question safety of certain nanomaterials
The Last Word with Rabbi Alexis Berk
Anderson: Art is about awareness, not products
Alumni donate $750,000 to Peabody College
Tong named one of 2005’s 'Scientific American' 50
WFO discusses stress among female faculty
Nelson: Not your mother’s English professor
Former ambassadors: United States must repair damage to international reputation
Commodores down UT 28-24
Dayan to speak on faith and politics
NIH directors to headline Kennedy Center 40th anniversary symposium
Brain morphing technology simplifies movement disorder treatment
Islamic Studies minor now available
Royal massacre site discovered in ruins of ancient Maya city
Digital Life Initiative is bringing the future to campus
Sociologist looks at virginity in new book
October grants . . . from the Division of Sponsored Research
New book lays out rules for Internet retailing
To Your Health: Notes from Health Plus
Susan Gray School to celebrate the holidays
Faculty and Staff Notes - Nov. 28, 2005, issue
Seddon inducted into Tennessee Aviation Hall of Fame
Around Campus - Nov. 28, 2005, issue
Around Campus - Nov. 14, 2005, issue
Peabody researchers get $3.9 million DHS grant
Medical Center conducting avian flu vaccine trials
Dan Marino Foundation pledges $1.2 million for autism institute
Remote-controlled telescope online at Dyer
Baseball Recruiting Class 2005
Faculty and Staff Notes - Nov. 14, 2005, issue
State official: TennCare help needed from university
Vanderbilt Legends Club hires new management company
NASA official addresses engineering students
Baseball recruiting class ranked No. 1 in nation
Trotter Group on campus
Search is on for dean of The Commons
Survey of life sciences researchers ranks VU No. 5
E. Bronson Ingram Studio Arts Center dedicated
Anthropologist’s work to symbolize Chile's bicentennial
BOT hears about challenges facing a ‘flat world’
Former EPA administrator lectures at law school
The Last Word with Shirley Hiltz
Italian professor keeps tabs on Springsteen
NROTC celebrates 60 years
With a global pandemic possible, experts share facts about avian flu
Class to study New Orleans before and after Hurricane Katrina
Nina Totenberg lecture cancelled
Journal: Fall break spent helping hurricane survivors
The Last Word with Darryl "D.J." Carter
New phone books ready for pickup
Research finds U.S. assistance for democracy building works
Mustache Relief
Student killed in California accident
Malloy featured at panel on science, religion and higher education
Kennedy Center grant to fund cross-disciplinary training in developmental disabilities
Blair launches television broadcasts
Panel to discuss TennCare changes
Faculty, staff, students honored with diversity awards
Hurricane Katrina issues inspire engineering lunch sessions
To Your Health: Notes from Health Plus
Hall Lecturer to speak on drug delivery and tissue engineering
Around Campus - Oct. 31, 2005, issue
Faculty and Staff Notes - Oct. 31, 2005
Launch on the Lawn officially kicks off The Commons
Security task force mulls a change in culture
NPR’s Totenberg to lecture on Supreme Court
Bullies, murderers and evildoers: Study probes power of labels
Quantum dots may dim light bulbs
New civil litigation and dispute resolution program granted $2.9 million
Strollin' for Dolan
Faculty participate in Nashville Jewish Film Festival
"Getting Out" opens Nov. 4
Principals in China and United States to benefit from university partnership
Renowned Hispanic literary scholar to lecture Oct. 31
Studio Arts Center dedication highlights BOT fall meeting
Children’s Hospital expert debunks Halloween myths
Health Care MBA program adds another industry star to faculty
Foundation awards Vanderbilt grant to fund graduate seminar
Student killed in California accident
Vanderbilt seeks families to participate in study of sleep in children with autism
Bullies, murderers and evildoers: Study probes power of labels
ITS calls for network users to change passwords
Campus security task force mulls a change in culture
Mustache Relief
Engineering professor receives national biomedical engineering award
Opportunity Development Center recognizes champions of campus diversity
Students to spend fall break helping hurricane survivors
Blair announces Music for the 21st Century project
Campus security task force schedules open forums
Funeral arrangements set for Vanderbilt police officer killed in auto accident
New Vanderbilt Law program named for attorney and civic leader Cecil Branstetter
Seminar explores French in the Americas
2005: A Year in Pictures
2005: A Year in Pictures
2005: A Year in Pictures
2005: A Year in Pictures
2005: A Year in Pictures
2005: A Year in Pictures
2005: A Year in Pictures
2005: A Year in Pictures
2005: A Year in Pictures
2005: A Year in Pictures
2005: A Year in Pictures
Automobile accident takes life of VU police officer
Habitat for Humanity and ASB sponsor book drive to promote literacy in Africa
Discounts to special TPAC performances available to Vanderbilt employees
Fish oil may be effective against colon cancer
Owen offers unique opportunity to nonprofit execs
Scientific symposium marks Kennedy Center’s 40th anniversary
Cutler lauded by AP, Senior Bowl
New program to train disabled for hospital jobs
Sanchez gets help in goal of strengthening concrete
Student addresses federal higher education commission
Around Campus - Dec. 12, 2005
Faculty and Staff Notes - Dec. 12, 2005
Campus gets in holiday state of mind
Former Prince guitarist speaks to History of Rock class
Anticipating the Season
CFA hosts ConexiĂłn AmĂšricas celebration


Fryd to lecture on Judy Chicago/Donald Woodman Vanderbilt art project
The Last Word with Mike Tompkins
Radiology residency program continues reign as top in nation
Christianity vs. Science: Research fellow to offer insight on rise and fall of religions
Gee appoints groups to examine campus culture
Clowning Around
Legalization of torture addressed in Charney lecture
Spuds will fly at Engineering Week
Hazinski dead at 57
Around Campus - Jan. 30, 2006
Faculty and Staff Notes - Jan. 30, 2006
Charter school conference gives leaders practical tools
The Rev. James Lawson to return as visiting professor
Tong wins national young investigator award
MTA bus program deemed a success
Legal prohibition on torture the subject of Charney lecture
Schoolchildren connect to English peers online
VUCast online news network launched
Security task force makes recommendations
The Last Word with Emily Pearce
Suggestions sought during reaccreditation process
Steiger wins distinguished APA award
Remembering Dr. King
Patient care training center to open in 2007
Lawson urges audience to build on King’s vision for compassionate world
Premier scholars tapped to lead law and economics Ph.D. program
To Your Health: Notes from Health Plus
Noted poet, activist Maya Angelou to speak
Corbin, Samuel named to posts on USA Baseball National Team
New research fellow to offer insights on the rise and fall of religions
New Hubble data aids astrophysicist in measuring Orion’s winds
Price named baseball preseason All-American
Little Texas member produces new PSA for Vanderbilt
$3 million grant awarded to improve learning skills in preschoolers
Researchers uncover clue to invasive brain tumors
The Last Word with Sheree Wright
Medical students find research year beneficial
Music plays important role in fight against AIDS in Africa
Around Campus - Jan. 16, 2006
Zebrafish research may lead to new understanding of cancer
Gore warns of dangers of global warming
Faculty and Staff Notes - Jan. 16, 2006
First round of grants awarded for Commons programming initiative
VU to add women’s swimming as varsity sport
’Dores to meet Michigan in 2006 football opener on ESPN
Books from Birth expands to Williamson County
Exhibit by South American artist on display at Black Cultural Center
December 2005 Grants
Davis receives NCAA Silver Anniversary Award
'Black Monday' to honor memory of Richard Pryor
Tobacco cessation benefit new in 2006
2005: A Year in Pictures
Chancellor to participate in State Department summit
New law program named for Branstetter
VUMC set to test novel heart therapy
The Last Word with Paige Orr Clancy
Faculty & Staff Notes - Jan. 2, 2006
TPAC discounts for VU
New writing studio designed to put joy back in writing
Martin Luther King Jr. Commemorative Series - Jan. 16-20
Pulitzer Prize winner to teach writing class
Johnson to head internal audit
Gore to give Chancellor's Lecture Jan. 11
VUMC resident to be next 'Bachelor'
Civil rights activist to headline MLK Series
Italian lecturer does double duty as novelist
Vanderbilt style guide updated
Former longtime librarian dies
VUPD officer killed in automobile accident
To Your Health: Notes from Health Plus - Jan. 2006
LifeFlight's Bland Named Emergency Medical Technician of the Year
To Skid Row and Back: Notes from the editor on ASB Los Angeles
Divinity School forges new prison ministry
Faculty and Staff Notes - March 27, 2006
Breaking Down Barriers: ASB students confront their views of AIDS and homelessness
Brimelow: ‘Immigration is a luxury, not a necessity’
Commodore's 'strange gift' became educational legacy
Health plan audit to be conducted
February grants . . . from the Division of Sponsored Research
Edwards: ‘Poverty is the greatest moral issue of our time’
Spring Faculty Assembly to convene April 6
Conference to examine black churches and public policy
Research finds SAT is accurate predictor of future success
To Your Health: Notes From Health Plus - April 2006
Ruling won’t affect recruitment policies at VU
VUMC seeks participants for disaster drill
Peace activist, Peabody alumnus dead at 54
NRC chair visits engineering school
Women’s Center lecture to address sex, religion
Around Campus - March 27, 2006
The Last Word with Team Excel at the Vanderbilt School of Nursing
Eclipsing brown dwarfs provide key to star formation process
Kaas to host National Academy of Sciences colloquium
Roles of writer and critic subject of Spring Symposium
Heart condition ends Nwankwo's basketball career
Hillel endowment funded by challenge campaign
Around Campus - March 13, 2006
McGerr lecture marks 133rd Founder’s Day
Edwards, Brimelow headline 2006 Impact Symposium
The Last Word with Joe Rea Phillips
Early black female graduates to be recognized
Medical students’ Web site gains national notice
PODS offers shared learning, service opportunities to first-year students
Video, slide installation marks a first at Studio Arts Center
Angelou: 'Vanderbilt is a rainbow in a cloud'
A Great Fall
Faculty, staff and students visit with state lawmakers
Faculty and Staff Notes - March 13, 2006
A New Leaf: Senior lecturer documents campus arboretum for online tour
Spring Fever
2006 Ingram Scholars chosen
Chinese ambassador visits campus
Staff input sought for 2006 Community Survey
Lecturer to challenge the 'male and lordly' God
Wuthnow to address religion in lecture
Hutson receives $833,000 CAREER award from NSF
BCC film series to herald black women
Faculty involvement key to Commons’ success
Discount tickets for VU community for 'Oleanna'
'Juggleville' to dazzle March 18 and 19
Edwards, Brimelow to headline Impact Symposium
Weinberg Foundation to contribute $800,000 to Vanderbilt Hillel
VU discount on 'The Wind in the Willows'
Student spurs statewide move toward protocol for meth children
Faculty, staff and students visit with state lawmakers at Day on the Hill
Angelou: 'Vanderbilt is a rainbow in a cloud'
Double Duty: Chief resident teaches first-year seminar
Researchers closing in on RSV vaccine
TandemHeart offers critically ill patients new hope
Web Watch: 'Exploration'
Researcher finds new evidence that natural selection promotes species formation
Former U.S. attorney general defends death penalty
VU invited to join NSF collaborative network
CASE District III awards announced
Chancellor’s Lecturer: 'Art is an agent of change'
VU receives record number of applications for Class of 2010
Clinics reach out to community
Religion class to examine conquest and occupation
VCH program encourages youth to stay healthy
Lawyer Jokes
Faculty and Staff Notes - Feb. 27, 2006
Around Campus - Feb. 27, 2006
Galloway presents award to Alexander
Students roll up their sleeves for Alternative Spring Break
Start Spreadin’ the News
The Last Word with Alexis Yee-Garcia
To Your Health: Notes from Health Plus - March 2006
Study focuses on children of cancer survivors
New class of Ingram Scholars chosen
Day on the Hill brings together lawmakers and Vanderbilt community
Day on the Hill schedule of events
Tips for meeting with legislators
2006 Johnson Lecture defines 'complex humanitarian emergencies'
Expert on lawyer jokes and legal culture to speak Feb. 21
Vanderbilt clinic takes on diabetes epidemic in Hispanic community
‘Real World’ alum, author to speak on blacks in the media Feb. 16
New clinic links specialists in high-risk fetal care
Peabody researcher dead at 84
January grants . . . from the Division of Sponsored Research
Schwartz serves on State Department committee
‘Hamlet’ takes center stage Feb. 17
Two VU centers partner with Metro’s Spanish immersion school
Dance Marathon puts students in motion for a good cause
Around Campus - Feb. 13, 2006
Author, art critic Lucy Lippard to speak Feb. 22
Faculty and Staff Notes - Feb. 13, 2006
Hoffman and Novak take prestigious award
Proposals sought for giving campaign funds
Law school graduate accepts prestigious Bristow Fellowship
Ashcroft to speak Feb. 13
Hall appointed to Tennessee State Ethics Commission
April grants . . . from the Division of Sponsored Research
School of Engineering recognizes faculty, staff achievements
Fifteen retiring professors honored at Commencement
To Your Health: Notes from Health Plus
Flynns, Beasley honored by law school
F2P2 honors 10 graduates
Faculty and Staff Notes - May 22-June 4, 2006
Gee: 'Speak the truth'
Founder’s Medals awarded to top graduates
Charter school pioneer named Peabody College distinguished alumnus
The Last Word with Greg Martin and Gelli-Bean
Book drive benefits New Orleans
Health Plus to relocate; Facilities to take over Stadium Club space
VU engineers to help Air Force use Global Information Grid
Study finds housewives not as desperate as singles over 40
First Stop: New Staff Orientation welcomes recent hires
Around Campus - May 22-June 4, 2006
First Lady addresses graduates
In Memoriam
Astronaut tells of outer space at Exploration Society dinner
Peabody dean appointed to National Math Advisory Panel
Gee exhorts graduates to be committed to truth
Chancellor bids farewell to Class of 2006
First Lady Laura Bush – Senior Day address on May 11, 2006
Commencement activities celebrate Class of 2006
Kool & The Gang perform at The Party
Detection system helps pinpoint ‘dirty bombs’
Online video diary to chronicle Commencement
Innovation showcased at Senior Design Day
Faculty and Staff Notes - May 8-21, 2006
Denver drafts Cutler to NFL
Exhibit reflects emotion of real life
Board of Trust hears reports on freshman orientation, religion courses and construction
The Last Word with Steve Smartt
Johnson named distinguished engineering alumnus
Around Campus - May 8-21, 2006
Eleven students named Fulbright Scholars
Nuclear weapons and production focus of lecture
Faculty seminars open to public May 11
Conference addresses future of legal education
Two elected to Board of Trust
Boys vs. Girls: Research finds girls have advantage on timed tests
VU formalizes Supplier Diversity Policy
Blake elected to AAAS
Dolan, longtime staff member, dies
Two juniors selected Goldwater Scholars
Junior receives prestigious Truman and Udall scholarships
Associate provost for enrollment and dean of admissions named
Senior finds purpose through academics, athletics, community service
ITS partners with AT&T to offer Web Meeting
Book looks at 1999 Seattle protests’ effect on culture
Graduate student honored with Robert Wood Johnson fellowship
Faculty and Staff Notes - April 24, 2006
'Islam is beautiful': Panelists discuss their conversions
Pioneer of developmental disability education dies
Notes from Health Plus - May 2006
Scholars rethink Judas
Graduate student sees fundraising project through to finish line
FreshTracksMusic now available to faculty, staff
Committee formed to hire new associate provost for admissions and financial aid
MLAS program prepares for changes, new leadership
New autism books offer help for parents and practitioners
March grants . . . from the Division of Sponsored Research
VUPD encourages community to use Silent Witness program
The Last Word with Teresa Knoop, Pam Carney and Gloria Cherry
Zone 1 parking spaces increased during summer Commons' construction
Traffic and Parking offers vehicle storage for summer
Alumni hold top posts in education on Capitol Hill
Tornadoes impact VU employees
Primary ballot includes alumni
Technology Transfer on BOT’s agenda April 27-28
Around Campus - April 24, 2006
Educational software developed at VU sold for nationwide use
Theologian and peace activist dead at 81
Book drive to raise funds for New Orleans libraries
Petroski: Learning from failure is key to success
Tickets required for Senior Day event
First Lady Laura Bush to speak at Senior Class Day May 11
McGinn appointed to American Academy in Rome
Vanderbilt Debate has record season, takes home national championship
Hodges dead at 72
Center for Teaching enhances certificate program
Petroski concludes Chancellor’s Lecture Series
Lecture to explore U.S. lack of national health insurance
External research funding continues five-year surge
Hugs and Kisses
Spring Faculty Assembly address
LifeFlight receives national accreditation
Faculty and Staff Notes - April 10, 2006
Katrina and concept of evil in nature focus of lecture
Gee: 'There will be a new model for service'
Around Campus - April 10, 2006
Dissecting the Saddam Hussein trial: A conversation with Mike Newton
Graduate and professional programs remain strong in 'U.S. News' rankings
Wright dead at 88
Brown dwarfs provide key to star formation
The Last Word with Paula Covington
'Generosity Meets Gratitude' at scholarship reception
Emeritus professor honored by French Ministry of Culture
Hudson goes back to his roots to elevate students in math and science
The Last Word with Chad Riden
Around Campus - July 31-Aug. 13, 2006
Insuring state’s children topic of VCH talk
VUMC to participate in clinical trial of drug to treat severe ulcerative colitis
Great Performances series announces 32nd season
Faculty and Staff Notes - July 31-Aug. 13, 2006
In Memoriam
Task force takes on pandemic flu
NCS presents pocket PC to drawing winner
Bluebird on the Mountain continues Aug. 12
Task force develops plan to ensure emergency contraception is available
Health Plus strikes 'gold' with expanded program
Vanderbilt participating in West Nile vaccine trial
Recount could strengthen Mexico’s electoral system, says Hiskey
New primary clinic in Brentwood opens
Deans of Commons, students named
June grants . . . from the Division of Sponsored Research
VUSN leader tapped for board of federal health sciences school
Law school recruits new faculty
In Memoriam
VUMC programs touted by ‘U.S. News’
Congressman’s staff visits Kennedy Center
The Last Word with Emily Borders
Around Campus - July 17-30, 2006
Discovery of gamma-ray burst earns undergraduate physics prize
Shooters sentenced in campus incident
Health plan options, other benefits, set for 2007
Faculty and Staff Notes - July 17-30, 2006
New radiology recovery room opens
Planning an Event at Dyer Observatory
Vermund to lead HIV/AIDS clinical trials networks
Summer Scholar Identity Institute works to close achievement gap
VUMC launches new ad campaign
Dyer Observatory: A heavenly wedding destination
USAC makes donation in memory of Dolan
Discovery of gamma-ray burst earns undergraduate physics prize
Health care workers with positive TB skin tests should receive treatment, Vanderbilt experts say
'Exploration' featured on NSF Web site
Members of VU community blog about summer travel, service around the globe
Kenny Chesney ticket winners announced
VUMC researchers try early surgical intervention to treat Parkinson’s symptoms
Vermund tapped to lead HIV/AIDS clinical trials networks
Faculty and Staff Notes - July 3-16, 2006
The Last Word with Stacy Owens
Peabody brings education professionals to campus for summer institutes
VU recognized for pollution prevention with statewide award
Helping children handle stress, emotions may improve stuttering
Time to update information in People Finder for 'Vanderbilt Directory'
Stassun named Cottrell Scholar
Program aims to enhance postdoc mentoring
Around Campus - July 3-16, 2006
Television News Archive to digitize news 'gems'
In Memoriam
Page-Campbell merges with Vanderbilt Heart Institute
Bluebird on the Mountain to feature Mullins, Blazy, Holmes
Faculty and staff get training for nonprofit board service
Tennessee High School Press Association to be housed at VU
Unique program gives students multifaceted look at Washington
New Owen School faculty named
May grants . . . from the Division of Sponsored Research
Dependent audit yields savings
Neibart Family Terrace dedicated
To Your Health: Notes from Health Plus
Baseball field serves as site for spatial memory research
Around Campus - June 19-July 2, 2006
Geer examines effect of negative political ads in new book
Center for the Americas funds summer field research and related travel
The Last Word with Josh Perry and Ivy
VUPD announces staff changes
Child care expansion to nearly double capacity
Peabody dean nominated to National Science Board
Faculty and Staff Notes - June 19-July 2, 2006
Jewish studies scholar dead at 91
Astronomer’s journey takes him from Mexico to the stars
Researchers find area of brain helps keep us focused
Community survey shows morale is up
Milner receives national recognition for research on race, equity in education
Derivatives expert joins Owen School faculty
Students travel to Uganda to work on human rights, global health concerns
Five prominent African American scholars hired
VU part of $18 million effort to research fluid power
VU expands democracy research in Latin America and Caribbean
Book looks at 1999 Seattle protests’ effect on culture
YWCA executive selected for Owen School EMBA program sponsorship
Civil rights memorial service convenes
Media efforts capture national awards
New Health Plus facility to open in October
Vanderbilt Aid Society holds annual meeting
Inner ear’s spiral shape pumps up the bass
Researchers find video is wasted on toddlers, unless it’s interactive
Laser technique enables low-temperature semiconductor processing
Faculty and Staff Notes - June 5-18, 2006
The Last Word with Andrew Mays
TALX now providing employment verification services
Artist donates 24 works to campus
Visit Vanderbilt initiative aims to attract tourists to campus
First Commons buildings named Crawford House, Sutherland House
Around Campus - June 5-18, 2006
Around Campus - Sept. 25-Oct. 8, 2006
Spillers brings passion for politics and black culture
Peabody Career Center matches employers and job candidates online
Correction and clarification
‘Green box’ to aid campus environmental efforts
Adaptation of alumnus’ work now in theaters
Health Plus moves into new facility
Area vendors offer discounts to VU faculty and staff
Nobel laureate draws crowd for inaugural Discovery Lecture
‘Broccoli & Desire’: New book explores connections between Maya farmers, American consumers
Podcasts provide access anytime to campus news, experts and events
Public square dedication to feature VU departments
The Last Word with John Hickman
Mathematics scores in the citation ratings game
Auer honored for strengthening U.S.-Japan relations
Sharpley-Whiting wins Horace Mann Medal
VU awarded $10 million to study impact of performance incentives in schools
MobileVU text messaging service launched
Nation’s top scientists to headline Discovery Lecture Series
Mexican border visit focus of Divinity breakfast
Faculty and Staff Notes - Sept. 11-24, 2006
Recent grads bike cross-country for cancer research
Is Pluto a planet? Glad you asked.
Study for Mathematically Precocious Youth yields Fields Medal winner
VU, Fisk scholars discuss race and wealth disparities at Aug. 25 conference
NROTC receives volunteer service award
New Faculty 2006-07
Educational software pioneer returns to Peabody
Remembrance service, roundtable discussion to mark 9/11
$1.5M grant awarded to boost Latin American studies
The Last Word with Thao P. Dang
VUPD chief Guyet to retire
Ford-Corker debate set for Oct. 28
Around Campus - Sept. 11-24, 2006
Students make trek to cheer on team
Leader of sustainable design movement to speak
Anniversary milestones celebrated by employees
Employees come out for Celebration Month kick-off
9/11 tragedy continues to evoke strong emotions, Vanderbilt professor says
Employee Celebration Month kicks off on Library Lawn
MTA work stoppage may affect VU employees
Blair concerts to be televised on local arts channel
VU and Fisk discuss race and wealth disparities
'Hannah Montana' star Cyrus visits VCH
Schnaufer, dulcimer virtuoso and Blair professor, dies
Around campus - Aug. 28-Sept. 10, 2006
Constant light may disrupt preemies' biological clocks
Sophomores move into new Commons houses
Faculty and Staff Notes - Aug. 28-Sept. 10, 2006
Law students lend a hand to the community
Roads Scholars Tour returns to East Tennessee
Novelist and short story writer Sullivan dead at 82
Faculty recognized for 25 years of service
Spitz to retire as chief investment officer
VU ranks 18th in 'U.S. News' best colleges survey
The Last Word with Pete Wilson
Engineers lead unmanned spacecraft software initiative
New Center for Ethics to ask the hard questions
September marks Employee Celebration Month
July grants 
 from the Division of Sponsored Research
Chancellor Gordon Gee’s address to the Fall Faculty Assembly
Gee discusses 'one university' at Fall Faculty Assembly
Roberts, Overholser, other researchers honored at Fall Faculty Assembly
Ribbon cut on new soccer facility
Choose your health plan by Oct. 16; Three new options for 2007
Chancellor pitches in on Move-In Day
Peabody College student dies
VU researchers collaborate on a new network to distribute large data sets
VU-hosted forum draws international media attention
Tickets no longer available for Ford-Corker town hall forum Oct. 28
VU selected as 'New Ivy' by national college guide
Tow lot relocates; Additional parking created
'Broken Victory'
Founders Walk Aug. 19
Aquarium fish may hold key to preventing birth defects
Summer 2006 Construction Update
Free for All: Blair to offer more than a dozen free concerts
Researchers honored for work mapping GI disorders’ effect on magnetic fields in the body
VUMC offers new treatment for age-related macular degeneration
First-year students get 'Lost' in cultural studies
Around Campus - Aug. 14-27, 2006
The Last Word with Maggie Huckaba
Fall Faculty Assembly set for Aug. 24
Into Africa: Active citizenship goes global with Kampala Project
Law students and Tennessee youths collaborate to improve foster care system
Theatre announces 2006-07 season
Getting Oriented: New student and first-year programs take leap forward
Faculty and Staff Notes - Aug. 14-27, 2006
VU and Fisk to explore race and wealth disparities at conference
Commons buildings officially open
Chancellor, faculty, staff visit Middle and East Tennessee for fifth annual Roads Scholars Tour
Roads Scholars Day 2: From Scripps to Squirrel Camp
New students welcomed to campus at Founders Walk
First-year students to help local community
Roads Scholars Day 1: From laser beams to modern art
Patient stories come alive on Web
Metro students explore space, science at Dyer Observatory camp
Impact of cosmic rays on iPods, computer circuitry focus of papers presented at conference
Rock Clocks: Radioactive crystals help identify and date ore deposits
Initiative brings healthy foods to North Nashville neighborhoods
Staff, students appear on 'Wheel of Fortune' and 'Jeopardy!'
'Sopranos' star to discuss eating disorders Nov. 15
Law school receives grant to study international role of U.S. corporations
Wcislo: Mentoring relationships key to Commons
Akers, Cassetty receive School of Engineering's Distinguished Alumnus Award
Program to nurture students’ science and math skills
Faculty and Staff Notes - Nov. 6-19, 2006
Around Campus - Nov. 6-19, 2006
Down to the Wire: Ford and Corker spar at VU town hall forum
International office to help university 'act globally'
Owen School to offer master of accountancy degree
Repacking Pandora’s Box: Hilles releases first book of poetry, 'Brother Salvage'
Children’s Hospital offers Halloween safety tips
Benbow named to council that will write information literacy policy
Commodores defeat Duke, 45-28
Distinguished economics teaching award goes to Buckles
Moon Festival celebrated
The Last Word with May B. Woods
Vanderbilt Kennedy Center researchers find gene variant carries increased risk of autism
Garden Club honored for longtime dedication to making campus beautiful
Fountain dedicated in memory of former dean
VU ranked among best in the world by 'The Times' of London
Biblical scholar dead at 82
September 2006 grants . . . from the Division of Sponsored Research
Engineering professor receives 2006 Chancellor’s Cup
Nobel Peace Prize awarded to alumnus
'The Physics of Star Trek' author to spend year on campus as visiting professor
Major college art conference returns to Nashville after 30 years
New 'network of networks' to study impact of time on learning
The Vanderbilt Woman’s Club
The Heavens on Earth: Renowned artist installs 'The Star Chamber' at Dyer Observatory
Three elected to Institute of Medicine
Flu vaccine offered free to faculty and staff
Web Watch: Center for the Americas
Around Campus - Oct. 23-Nov. 5, 2006
Youth discuss strategies for empowerment, community change
Faculty and Staff Notes - Oct. 23-Nov. 5, 2006
New Susan Gray endowed chair awarded to Kaiser
CLAIS conducts training workshop for K-12 Metro teachers
Graham honored as Valdosta State distinguished alumnus
Commodores defeat No. 16 Georgia in Athens, 24-22
VICC leads trial for new lung cancer drug
Around Campus - Oct. 9-22, 2006
The Last Word with Bill and Barbara Hartman
Satcher to give Watkins Lecture
Graduation rates, achievement gaps focus of Family Re-Union 12
We're beating cancer, so why stall funding for research?
Health Plus celebrates grand opening
VU among 'Best Places to Work in Academia'
Faculty and Staff Notes - Oct. 9-22, 2006
Lawson returns to campus as Distinguished University Professor
Children’s Hospital ranks sixth in nation for NIH research funding
VUSN unveils renovated Godchaux Hall
Alumnus dies in helicopter crash
Cooper visits political science class
Eisner: To achieve balance, academia must incorporate the arts
Psychotherapy research pioneer dies
Novelist Randall to be writer-in-residence at VU
Pre-K topic of live satellite conference
Politics the tune at community picnic
NPR chief discusses role of journalism in democracy
Humanitarian honored on campus
Brazilian elections among highlights of conference Oct. 13-16
Blake awared Ig Nobel Prize
Divinity Library gets makeover
Jewish life flourishes on campus
Historic game unites universities
Retirement Learning fall schedule announced
Caterpillar executive addresses engineering students
Tailgate caps month of employee celebration
New study seeks to improve college graduation rate
Lessons from the Master
Grant will fund study of habeas corpus cases
Area merchants 'show their gold' for annual contest
Benefits fair to give employees one-on-one contact with vendors
Cole Lectures to feature Yale professor
Charter school leaders convene at Peabody
Why isn’t cancer mentioned in this year’s election?
Holocaust Lecture Series observes 29th year
The Power of Green: 'Road trip' highlights Commons' Earth-friendly design
New fitness facility opens
New lot opens to Zone 2 parkers
VU study shows food labels confusing to many
Rusesabagina speaks on campus, is honored by VU Hillel
Web Watch:
‘Happy Land’ honored: CD by Blair professors added to NEH’s We the People bookshelf
‘Little Food, Big Taste’
Award-winning documentary to screen Sept. 27; director to attend showing of ‘The Fall of Fujimori’
Spirit of Gold hits its stride
Researchers visit Tennessee communities for insight into politics and religion
Faculty and Staff Notes - Sept. 25-Oct. 8, 2006
Office of the Dean of Students reorganized into eight offices
Neuroscientist receives MacArthur 'genius grant'
Niall Ferguson kicks off 2006–07 Chancellor’s Lecture Series Sept. 12
August grants 
 from the Division of Sponsored Research
9/11 remembered
Owen among the top, says ‘WSJ’ survey
First-year students represent increased quality, diversity
On becoming a ‘real American’
Professors, country music artists square off at Nashville FCC hearing
Nuclear waste issues to be tackled by VU-led team
New regulations affect health care debit card use
Moving On: VUPD chief retires after 45 years enforcing the law
Achievements within Hispanic community recognized
NEW FACULTY: Potential for collaboration attracts historian to campus
Students vote to merge SGA, Interhall into single organization
Dyer program to introduce young 'star catchers' to astronomy
Link between gene variant, ADHD identified
Research explores why we remember faces better than other objects
Men of Steel
Faculty and Staff Notes - Dec. 18, 2006-Jan. 7, 2007
Researchers find type of health care system affects caregiver stress
Emeritus professor of civil engineering dies
Lynch named new chief of police
College student success is more than graduation rates, expert says
The Last Word with Bonnie Parker
Investigator, displaced by Katrina, resurrects cancer research at VUMC
Around Campus - Dec. 18, 2006-Jan. 7, 2007
VUMC chosen to 'rethink' how personal health records can help consumers better manage their health
$1 millon grant establishes drug discovery center at VUMC
Professors and music stars testify before FCC
Dores hold off Lipscomb
Strauss receives American Heart Association’s Basic Science Research Award
Faculty heads of houses sought for leadership in The Commons
Engineering posters take honors
Levitt receives endowed Eskind chair
School of Engineering to lead FAA helicopter reliability project
Senior will study musicology in Ireland as Mitchell Scholar
Getting with the Program: Compliance is every employee's responsibility, officials say
The Last Word with Eric and Peggy Howard
Faculty and Staff Notes - Dec. 4-17, 2006
Dazzling collection of 'nature's art' on display at Stevenson Center
Around Campus - Dec. 4-17, 2006
Professor's journey shaped by trauma
American Airlines awards scholarship to undergraduate
Chemists receive award from 'Popular Mechanics'
Benefits office urges: Don't toss insurance ID cards
Law school awarded grant to fund student externships in international justice
VUMC earns Magnet designation for quality of nursing
Owen students take top spot at case competition
Gullette retires after two decades of service, leaving a transformed campus
New grants database available online
Historian’s book explores moral ambiguities of World War II
Music Row mavericks chronicled in new book
Peabody research cited in Supreme Court briefs
Researchers provide glimpse of complex myelination process
New Commons residence halls named for former vice chancellor, BOT member
Higher education fuels economy
Physics student wins Marshall Scholarship
Somekh shares personal experiences at Jews Among Arabs conference
Political theorist, dedicated teacher dies
Barry: 'Methodic, ethical inquiry' essential to finding truth
Pierce receives Economic Excellence and Equity Award
Campus to serve as backdrop for History Channel program
Young alumni trustees return to campus for fall BOT meeting
Free screenings of 'An Inconvenient Truth,' panel discussions to take place Nov. 27-30
Peabody grads filling teaching shortage for visually disabled
October grants . . . from the Division of Sponsored Research
A Conversation with William Spitz
Around Campus - Nov. 20-Dec. 3, 2006
Service learning class yields new partnerships across Tennessee
Go for the Gold deadline Nov. 30
A Conversation with Richard Pitt
Diversity efforts on campus recognized
Acclaimed poet to give campus reading Nov. 28
New Faculty: Photo of ancestor sparked scholar’s interest in Jewish literature
Guest Commentary: When it comes to global warming, 'green' is the color of money
University ranked fourth in recruitment of African American first-year students
Faculty and Staff Notes - Nov. 20-Dec. 3, 2006
The Last Word with Amanda Bailey
Board committees hear about Vanderbilt Visions, class on Vietnam
New Vanderbilt International Office launched Nov. 15
Two from VU win Fulbright Scholar grants
Owen School announces Board of Visitors
Nov. 15 lecture by 'Sopranos' star cancelled
VU experts share insights on 2006 midterm election results
Moeller incorporates media, technology in large-scale installations
Campus architecture wins Excellence in Development awards
The Last Word with Sharon Stringer
'The Star Chamber' unveiled
College art conference draws hundreds to campus
Blair professor issues sequel to 'Little House' album
Pencil Partners strengthen ties
New report identifies 11 strategies to help students become better writers
MLAS program seeking applications
Gervich forms networking group for alumni working in film, TV, music and theater
VU to host national conference on the creative campus Nov. 10-11
For literature professor, the revolution continues
Ramayya wins distinguished physics award
Religion and Art
VUSN signs agreement with Pan American Health Organization
Bagley lecture explores architectural relics of ancient China
Leadership development program among top 100
Free Speech in Art
Complete Go for the Gold by Nov. 30 to earn cash incentive
Heartney explores nature of art in the 21st century
News Service lauded for VUCast
VU Theatre premieres 'Wit's End' Nov. 9
SEC commissioner, alumnus speaks at law school
Men's basketball season tickets on sale now
Dores baseball ranked 8 in collegiate baseball poll
VCH undertakes 'Save Champ' campaign, plans to redesign popular mascot
Tennessee Poison Control Center offers holiday safety advice
VCH urges parents to get children vaccinated for flu
CSO seeks presenters
LifeFlight named EMS Regional Communications Center
Casagrande named AAAS fellow
Engineers participate in quiz bowl
Alumni take state, national teaching honors
Official speaks on state of higher education
Pulitzer Prize winner to teach investigative journalism
Electro-acoustic music collection is meditation on time and mortality
'Apocalypto': Fact or Fiction? A conversation with Annabeth Headrick
Owen School announces advisory committee for MAcc program
Weekly electronic news digest now available
School of Engineering to join national cyber-security initiative
New book encourages Jewish-Christian relations
VU student orchestra tours China
November grants from the Division of Sponsored Research


Psychologist, author and oft-quoted expert dies
New book details how Protestants gather and spend money
Software innovator Tuinenga joins VU space and defense institute
Off the Wall lectures explore 'Mexico and Modern Printmaking' exhibit at the Frist
Faculty and Staff Notes - Feb. 5-18, 2007
Legal minds gather for death penalty panel
Student team finalist in Ecomagination Challenge
Around Campus - Feb. 5-18, 2007
Living wage advocates hold demonstration
VU gains ground in competition for federal research dollars
Freedom Ride 2007 brings history to life, inspires participants to affect change
Weekend on campus to give top young students taste of college
Summer trip inspires sophomores to start company, nonprofit to aid Uganda
Scientists’ new research targets the detection of chemical and biological weapons
Count on Your Health kicks off
The Last Word with Antwan Hudson
Cancer center receives $6.5M to study tumor environment
New media literacies focus of conference
Raindrop research seeks to better understand soil erosion
Four administrators named in Development and Alumni Relations
Smiley inspired by classic in writing of new novel
School of Engineering named to 'Science Watch' Top Ten
Shakur to headline Black History Month events
Skin color and salary: Lighter and taller equals a bigger paycheck for immigrants, study says
Web Watch: Online Calendar gets update
Turn that off! Professor challenges class to go 24 hours without media or technology
New VU plate hits the streets
Lawson to give Changing Lives address Jan. 25
Faculty and Staff Notes - Jan. 22-Feb. 4, 2007
Blair students get taste of touring life during China trip
Graduate student wins international internship with United Nations organization
VU ranked No. 7 in productivity among research universities, according to new report
Divinity school conference to address contemporary challenges to black churches
Asian Excursion: Owen and law school deans build relationships during recent travels
IRS provides 'transition relief' for health care debit card use
NCS awards iPod in latest drawing
Nursing gap narrows; More first-time nurses older, study says
Researchers find neural 'bottleneck' thwarts multitasking
Collegium of Black Women Philosophers launched
VU hosts volunteer income tax preparation site
Theatre department participates in national drama project Jan. 22-28
Discovery of heart gene mutation could prevent SIDS
VUSN’s Cooper named Tennessee’s commissioner of health
Community Giving Campaign tops $1 million mark
New Faculty: 20th-century historian explores impact of immigration on U.S. identity
Deadlines for PSA and FRA claims approach
Cummings appointed principal scientist of ORNL center
Abu Ghraib, immigration focus of divinity school community breakfasts and programming
The Last Word with Lori Cowan
Vanderbilt stuns Tennessee, tops the Crimson Tide
Harold Ford Jr. appointed visiting professor
Center taking pulse of education in Tennessee
Saddam executed: What's next for Iraq?
Around Campus - Jan. 22-Feb. 4, 2007
Historic Freedom Rides explored at Jan. 26 event
December grants ... from the Division of Sponsored Research
Assistant vice chancellor for community, neighborhood and government relations named
MLK remembered
The Importance of Penmanship: Handwriting a valuable skill, influences learning, expert says
Dobbs, Gingrich to headline Impact Symposium
VIPPS hosts U.S.-Japan forum on critical infrastructure protection
New Faculty: Professor indulges his passion for synthetic organic chemistry
Around Campus - Jan. 8-21, 2007
Faculty and Staff Notes - Jan. 8-21, 2007
Finding Einstein: The Study of Mathematically Precocious Youth turns 35
Studio Arts Center grounds complete
Shuttle Shift: Hospital construction to alter shuttle routes
A Good Neighbor: Longtime community and government activist retires
New Year’s resolutions: Made to be broken?
Spectacular Sniffer: Scientist uncovers how some mammals can smell underwater
Dependent Discounts: Tuition discount for summer session available to employee dependents
The Power of Protein: Study finds nutrition has impact on bone formation
Posch named CEO of TVC, executive director of VMG
The Last Word with Christopher Waldrop
Media Wars: Curb Lecture to address media consolidation in America
MLK Series begins Jan. 15
Literary Work: Law students compete to bring books to kids
Researchers to evaluate educator incentive program
VU policy center taking pulse of education in Tennessee
NCS awards iPod in latest drawing
Program recruiting gifted youth for unique learning experience
Mental health in Vietnam focus of new program
Frist discusses health care in Africa
Music City Star discounted for faculty, staff
Graduate programs advance in 'U.S. News' rankings
Carroll: 'Evolution is a natural law, as unassailable as gravity'
CEO leads 'business boot camp' at Owen
DuBois chosen to lead America’s largest cancer research organization
Owens appointed assistant to the provost
Scientist reinvents one-room schoolhouse for rural students
Families sought for depression study
Ford advocates cooperation at home, diplomacy abroad
Gingrich warns government must catch up to efficiency, quality of private sector
Citywide process seeks input on Nashville's future
Dobbs discusses challenges of political-economic landscape
ITS now offering Centra Live
Events to celebrate new James Lawson Chair
Day on the Hill set for March 27
Opportunity Development Center's Pierce to retire
Owen, divinity students partner to take on poverty in India
Law school to host apology and conflict resolution conference
Around Campus - March 19-April 1, 2007
Portable planetarium puts stars in young students' eyes
Faculty and Staff Notes - March 19-April 1, 2007
New study shows hedge funds can benefit companies and investors
'NewsHour' correspondent to lecture
Exploration on the High Seas: Travel program excursion retraces Columbus' journey
Internal communications survey to analyze flow of information on campus
Son of Iraqi president speaks on war, reconstruction
NEW FACULTY: Immigration researcher inspired by Italian grandmother's stories
The Last Word with Kris Ellis
Templeton lectures to tackle questions of religion, science, philosophy
Event to benefit medical students' clinic in native Kenya
February grants ... from the Division of Sponsored Research
German transdisciplinary studies expert to speak
Having a Blast
Explorer's Journal: A Caribbean cruise aboard the Star Clipper
Founders Day commemorated with ceremony, lecture
VUMC performs state's first stem cell heart regeneration therapy
Sloan Foundation awards physicist for 'exceptional promise'
Yunus to receive Nichols-Chancellor’s Medal
Blog created to invite input on homepage redesign
Cancer center offers colorectal cancer patients speedier recovery from surgery
Cancer center creates registry to track inherited form of colorectal cancer
VCH study finds nasal spray flu vaccine works better than shot in younger children
Women's basketball wins SEC tournament
Shakur makes donation to Television News Archive
Learning Sciences Institute makes local connections for national impact
Daylight-saving time may cause glitches for technology users
VU, union reach contract agreement
Nichols Humanitarian Fund pays off for student relief workers
The Last Word with Susan Kevra
Initiative with Texas Education Agency to evaluate teacher performance incentives
Around Campus March 5-18, 2007
Faculty and Staff Notes - March 5-18, 2007
Vision course helping faculty and students to see across disciplines
Food security organization launched
Campus efforts to 'go green' gain momentum; George named sustainability coordinator
Founders Day commemorated March 15-16
VU athletics to be featured on Costas' HBO show
Village People to headline Commencement kickoff
E Week highlights include racecars, flying spuds and one really fast geek
Creative writing symposium to focus on interplay among cultures
Construction to affect traffic along 21st Avenue
Divinity professor to participate in slavery abolition celebrations in Great Britain
Web site details summer programs
New Head Start center named for Peabody leader
VU mentors needed for Pearl Cohn project
Congressman urges better connections with community at CSRC discussion
Cancer center receives highest level of approval
Ford added to Impact Symposium roster
Owen Graduate School of Management to host 2007 Net Impact Conference
Herbert: Americans must combat indifference with awareness, action
Researchers identify genetic links to autism
Anti-poverty expert awarded honorary degree
Williams named fellow of Tennessee Bar Foundation
Library implements new procedures to enhance identity protection
VU joins ranks of top community givers
Shakur speaks as part of Black History Month
NEW FACULTY: Professor explores social questions through economics
Faculty and Staff Notes - Feb. 19-March 4, 2007
Colleagues remember Graham
'Enhanced 911' implemented
Community college presidents discuss service learning
The Last Word with Tommy Womack
Around Campus - Feb. 19-March 4, 2007
January grants . . . from the Division of Sponsored Research
Young heart patient shares his story through children's book
Students gear up for Alternative Spring Break
Engineer wins NSF award for Internet initiative
Campus members make a difference through Big Brothers Big Sisters mentoring
Congressional reception draws politicians, alumni and friends
Vanderbilt GPED alumnus being held in Ethiopia
Campus members protest the war in Iraq
New plaque commemorates scientist who played role in VU's Nobel legacy
VUPD's Mundy bikes for fallen officers
New CD features Ugandan music used to combat HIV/AIDS
Owen alumni form health care association
Tennessee schools, programs win grants to help close achievement gap
Historian offers overview of environmental issues
Owen names CLARCOR winners
Longwell to retire as director of Arts and Science microcomputer labs
Dyer to offer astronomy workshops for teachers
Gifts to nursing center improve nation's health care
Professor: Illegal immigration hurts African Americans
Plan for cancer detector wins prize for nanotechnology researchers
Construction of new pedestrian bridge to close 21st Avenue May 19-20
School of Medicine graduation ceremony to be held at Ryman Auditorium
Two history professors honored with ACLS fellowships
Village People perform at The Party
National Civil Rights Museum joins list of organizations tapping Accelerator students for new ideas
Nashville students invited to attend innovative science and math school at VUMC
Nursing shortage impacts communications, study finds
Law school's Rasmussen to become dean of USC's Gould School of Law
First batch of nurses co-educated by VU and Lipscomb set to graduate
Faculty and Staff Notes - April 30-May 13, 2007
Virginia Tech tragedy unites VU community
Aid society marks 113th year with talk on its history
Retiring faculty to be honored
With classroom response systems, new way of learning is only a 'click' away
Guralnick delivers first SoBro Sessions lecture at CMHoF
Senior finds calling in chemistry
Around Campus - April 30-May 13, 2007
Giving critical to university's growth
New chair to bring Canadian faculty scholars to VU
Bowling clinches VU's first NCAA championship
March grants ... from the Division of Sponsored Research
The Last Word with Stephanie Shirley
Natural foods store on campus garners recognition
Four elected to Board of Trust
NEW FACULTY: Finance expert returns with new goals for Owen School
Campus 'supercomputer' helps decipher mysteries of science
Three students win Goldwater Scholarships
Professor of history, emeritus, dies
Graduate Program in Economic Development: Producing movers and shakers for half a century
Indy Pro Series is next stop for May graduate
Canadian chief justice delivers Charney Distinguished Lecture
Researcher examines how brain's role in violence could affect legal responsibility
MIT professor lectures on 'thought life' of cells
Stop Global Warming College Tour visits campus
Warren Center fellows host symposium in Chicago on race and religion
Physicists: Cosmologically speaking, diamonds may actually be forever
Visiting journalists learn about meth crisis
Engineers' innovative projects 'light up the room' at Senior Design Day
Health fair conducted for Latino community
Professor sorts through confusion of choosing a college in new book
Survey: Peruvians support democracy but skeptical of political system
No. 1 baseball defeats Vols
Rites of Spring rocks campus
VU offering emergency text messaging
Vigil draws mourners for Va. Tech tragedy
Students organize a show of support for Virginia Tech
President G.W. Bush orders flags to be lowered in honor of Va.Tech
Chancellor responds to Virginia Tech tragedy
April 19-26 Film festival offers VU discount
Columnist and author to discuss debt April 24
Head of the U.S. Copyright Office leads discussion
Seligson lectures at Latin American Public Opinion Project Symposium
Former NASA astronaut to lecture April 20
Racing neurons control whether we stop or go
Pulitzer Prize-winning Civil War historian to speak
BOT to convene in Chicago
NEW FACULTY: Professor uses law and economics to analyze value of life
Study: Chemical signal crucial to heart formation
Deadline to begin transferring Web sites to new server April 30
Noted church official speaks
Faculty and Staff Notes - April 16-29, 2007
The Last Word with John Sparks
Medical benefits for hourly employees start sooner under new policy
Around Campus - April 16-29, 2007
Commencement to be celebrated May 9-11
Campus parking to be affected by Commencement activities
'Pimps Up, Ho's Down': New book considers hold of hip hop on young black women
Center for the Americas offers funding opportunities for faculty
Wear orange and maroon today for Va. Tech
Why do women earn less than men?
Microsoft grant to fund mobile pollution sensor development
Finding God in dirty diapers: Professor writes about child care and spirituality
Gee: 'This is not the time to close our borders'
Spring Faculty Assembly Address
Candlelight vigil for victims of Virginia Tech tragedy today
Partnership formed with University of Cape Town
Three students win Goldwater Scholarships
Polk named interim chair of pediatrics
Powers to lead diabetes center
Canadian chief justice to speak
'Odysseus' premieres April 6
Cosmic Conversion: Researchers propose explanation of how starlight may produce cosmic gamma rays
Stop Global Warming tour comes to campus April 18
Law school celebrates 50th anniversary of racial integration
The Last Word with Keith Wood
Guralnick to discuss lasting impact of Ray Charles record at lunchtime lecture
Timely Discovery: Researchers uncover what makes biological clock tick
Faculty and Staff Notes - April 2-15, 2007
New funding to extend outreach of lifelong learning program
Faculty, staff visit with Tennessee lawmakers at Day on the Hill
Spring Faculty Assembly to convene April 5
Around Campus - April 2-15, 2007
Faculty-Staff Campaign launches
Results from latest AmericasBarometer survey to be unveiled April 10
Tennessee Poison Center at VUMC receives 1 millionth call
Around Campus - July 9-22, 2007
Students get first-hand perspectives on mayoral race
Faculty and Staff Notes - July 9-22, 2007
A Conversation with Nim Chinniah
Chancellor visits Health Plus, child care centers
Wright succeeds Spitz as chief investment officer
The Last Word with Tiffany Collier Love
'Meet the Candidates' picnic to offer food, music and old-fashioned politicking
From French Fries to Clean Fuel: Using recycled vegetable oil, biodiesel inititative seeks to improve air quality on campus
DiPiero and Shaw to headline Bluebird on the Mountain July 14
All in the Details: Crews spruce up campus during summer break
Williams syndrome camp ends session with Opry performance
Metro police hold weekly crime statistics meeting on campus
Earliest-known evidence of peanut, cotton and squash farming found
New Tennessee law restricts sale of fireworks to children
New research project to provide parental training for children at risk for autism
Recent engineering graduate dies in automobile accident
Trial to delay onset of pediatric diabetes launched
Metro candidates speak at neighborhood forum
Open Doors: Campus enjoys flood of visitors during busiest conference and camp season yet
Campus asked to conserve electricity in anticipation of long, hot summer
The Last Word with Les Goodman
Summer academy students get history lesson from civil rights pioneers
May grants ... from the Division of Sponsored Research
Around Campus - June 25-July 8, 2007
Faculty and Staff Notes - June 25-July 8, 2007
Forum examines federal student aid
Veggie Project improving nutrition in Nashville neighborhoods
Alumnus heats up the track
IT professionals team with symphony league for mass blogging event
Smedley, legal scholar, dies
Finch, former divinity dean, dies
NCAA champion bowlers honored at White House
Price captures Dick Howser Trophy
Time to update information in People Finder for campus directory
Major airline taps Accelerator for creative ideas
Nashville Chamber Orchestra offering discounted tickets
Researchers to survey adult siblings of Tennesseans with disabilities
Faculty and Staff Notes - June 11-24, 2007
Research brightens prospects for using 'world's smallest candles'
Around Campus - June 11-24, 2007
Next Bluebird on the Mountain concert June 23
Jean and Alexander Heard Library unveils next-generation research service
Book examines ties between legacy of slavery and legal rationale for torture
Having a Ball
The Last Word with Teresa Suarez
Campers develop teambuilding, sports skills
Business Boot Camp: Students create business plans for national organizations
Neighborhood candidates' forum set for June 14
Donations may lead to cancer cure
Price drafted to Tampa Bay at No. 1; Weathers goes to Rockies
Education professionals attend summer school on Peabody campus
Robot teams, nano-engineering projects win young faculty NSF awards
Etherington honored as 2007 distinguished alumna
Tennessee Disability Services and Supports Directory now available
Bowlers visit White House June 18
Military base schools boost student achievement by supporting whole family, researcher finds
TV icons visit patients at Children's Hospital
NCAA baseball tournament begins June 1
VU survey to gauge how Nashvillians interface with and impact community
Turner donates $2.9 million to divinity school for fellowships
Expanded Vine Hill Community Clinic marks new era in service
Six faculty join Owen Graduate School of Management
Owen School awards five endowed chairs
Commodores enter NCAA Tournament as top seed in nation
Anthropologist elected to American Academy of Arts and Sciences
Around Campus - May 28-June 10, 2007
Higher education PR officers convene
State's top middle schoolers recognized
Report cites special education training program as model
Giving to Alternative Spring Break changes lives
Construction update
Faculty Senate announces new leadership
April grants ... from the Division of Sponsored Research
Faculty and Staff Notes - May 28-June 10, 2007
The Last Word with F. Clark Williams
Faculty, staff encouraged to participate in 'Go for the Gold' for 2008
Baseball named SEC regular season champs
Engineering's Distinguished Alumnus Award bestowed on business leaders
Wilson, longtime benefactor and trustee, dies
'Shut up and work!': Professor examines erosion of free expression in the workplace
Historian addresses Congress on immigration
Transcript of Gerstle's House Judiciary Committee address
Open government, curbing corruption key to democracy in Honduras
New tool to improve mental health services
Oasis Center vice president awarded full tuition to EMBA program
Commencement ceremonies celebrate 2007 graduates
Chancellor bids farewell to Class of 2007
Yunus encourages graduates to help bring an end to poverty
Nobel Peace Prize winner urges graduates to 'create the world we deserve'
Top graduates honored with Founder’s Medals
Center awards teaching certificates
NROTC commissions officers
Special education leader named Peabody distinguished alumnus
Engineering recognizes exemplary faculty, staff
Bowling team invited to White House
Faculty & Staff Notes - May 14-27, 2007
The Last Word with B.J. Rogers
Around Campus - May 14-27, 2007
Farewell, 'Register'
Rushdie to give Chancellor's Lecture Sept. 28
2006 voters in districts with heavy war losses blamed GOP, study finds
Faculty and Staff Notes - Sept. 3-16, 2007
iTunes U offers VU news, lectures and more
Employee Celebration Month Kick-off Schedule
Faculty recognized for extraordinary achievement at fall assembly
Interim chancellor: Faculty should be stewards of university's mission during time of change
Citing academic gains, researchers encourage testing educator performance pay
Open Enrollment Oct. 1-17
Advance made in effort to fight malaria by mapping mosquito's sensory organ
Around Campus - Sept. 3-16, 2007
Ruckus and Joost added as download options for students
Fall Faculty Assembly convenes
Covington retires after 46 years
Employment anniversaries celebrated by VU staff
Senate chair calls for 'alert, activist' faculty in assembly remarks
Team Effort
Warm Welcome
Researcher: Educators must move beyond excuses to empower urban African American males
Longtime student affairs professional dies
Movin' In
Children's Hospital ranked 23rd by 'U.S. News & World Report'
Study links non-stick chemicals to low birth weight
Greener Chair in Jewish Studies established
Vitamin E's lack of heart benefit linked to dosage, researchers find
Ten years after new law, fewer state convictions ruled unconstitutional, study finds
When in doubt, brain relies on precise timing to perceive brightness
Fall Faculty Assembly set for Aug. 30
Peabody College partnership with Tennessee school system garners national recognition
Faculty and Staff Notes - Aug. 20-Sept. 2, 2007
Library research service online
New coordinator to boost campus recycling efforts
Faculty-Staff Campaign grows
Vanderbilt first university in Tennessee recognized for 'green' building
Breast implants linked to higher suicide risk
The Last Word with Diane Neighbors
July grants ... from the Division of Sponsored Research
Better Bionics: Rocket-powered mechanical arm could revolutionize prosthetics
Around Campus - Aug. 20-Sept. 2, 2007
A Proclivity for Prosthetics: Fascination with building artificial limbs launches career
Mayoral candidates Clement, Dean to debate at Ingram Hall
Vanderbilt to host Metro Council at-large forum
'U.S. News' ranks VU at 19th
Boutwell, university's last dean of men, dies
VU Kennedy Center selected to investigate autism's 'insistence on sameness'
VU initiates power curtailment due to record heat
Expert offers tips for children to avoid being bullied
Eye Associates of Middle Tennessee merges with VU Eye Institute
New system at VUMC to speed transport of heart patients
Summer academy offers talented youth unique summer school experience
Beat the heat with these tips from the VUMC emergency department
Veteran tunesmiths to anchor Bluebird on the Mountain concert Aug. 11
Telescope linked to VU's history gets new home at Dyer
The Last Word with Dan Masys
Interim chancellor looks ahead to new opportunities
The New Wal-Mart Effect
Faculty and Staff Notes - Aug. 6-19, 2007
Science and a Summertime Treat
VUMC among select few to see NIH funds grow
Campus, Nashville communities encouraged to show school spirit for College Colors Day
University librarian announces retirement
Event builds excitement for football season
Around Campus - Aug. 6-19, 2007
Neighbors elected vice mayor
Engineering dean wins IEEE award in nuclear and plasma science
New university homepage features video, RSS feeds
MLAS program expands, offers unique opportunity for adult learners
New director of International Student and Scholar Services named
VU Kennedy Center joins rare diseases network
Advisory committee, chief of staff to aid in chancellor search
Multiple sclerosis gene uncovered after 30-year search
Divinity school instructor, anti-death penalty activist dies
Class to map strategies for 2008 presidential campaign
Center for the Americas offers faculty funding opportunities
June grants ... from the Division of Sponsored Research
New licensing agreement will protect VU image, expand retail presence
Faculty and Staff Notes - July 23-Aug. 5, 2007
Team USA takes the field
Around Campus - July 23-Aug. 5, 2007
System monitors information to ensure better health care for employees
New Web site enables online discussion for faculty authors
The Last Word with Sharon Johnson
Health coaches available for those with chronic conditions
VUMC to expand to 100 Oaks location
Bottorff to chair chancellor search committee
Stumping for Votes
Great Performances series launches new season
Churchwell named CEO of Children's Hospital
Finance and law professor takes on new role at Owen School
Polls in Metro races should be viewed cautiously, political scientist says
Institute strives to nurture black students
Gee to step down; Zeppos named interim chancellor
VUMC advances in 'U.S. News' best hospitals survey
Gee to step down as chancellor
Jamaican delegation visits VUMC, receives donation
Nominations sought for Commodore Award
NCS awards iPod to drawing winner
Faculty and staff urged to complete Health Risk Assessment
Law professor fights to keep police from releasing arrest records

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