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Trio featured in Bluebird on the Mountain concert series

Aug. 26, 2005—Singer-songwriters Gary Burr, Jim Photoglo and Victoria Shaw will perform at 7 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 17, at Vanderbilt Dyer Observatory as part of the popular Bluebird on the Mountain concert series.

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Gee to Fall Faculty Assembly: University is soaring

Aug. 26, 2005—Attracting and retaining top quality students and faculty is the key to maintaining the momentum of a university that is on an "upward soar," Chancellor Gordon Gee said during his annual address to the Fall Faculty Assembly.

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Vanderbilt Law Professor Larry Soderquist dies, Was a frequently cited authority on corporate and securities law

Aug. 23, 2005—Larry D. Soderquist, one of the nation's most respected securities law scholars and director of the Corporate and Securities Law Institute at Vanderbilt Law School, died on Aug. 20 at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. Soderquist, 61, was a professor of law at Vanderbilt University. He had been seriously injured in an automobile accident in early July.

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Lehman to head Vanderbilt’s Health Care MBA program

Aug. 23, 2005—Veteran health care executive Jon Lehman has been named associate dean for health care at the Owen Graduate School of Management at Vanderbilt University, effective Sept. 1. In his new role, Lehman will have responsibility for the school's new Health Care MBA program, while continuing to conduct research and teach health care information technology strategy classes as professor for the practice of management.

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Lehman to head Vanderbilt‘s Health Care MBA program

Aug. 23, 2005—Veteran health care executive Jon Lehman has been named associate dean for health care at the Owen Graduate School of Management at Vanderbilt University, effective Sept. 1. In his new role, Lehman will have responsibility for the school‘s new Health Care MBA program, while continuing to conduct research and teach health care information technology strategy classes as professor for the practice of management.

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Fixing long-term care for seniors focus of Vanderbilt lecture

Aug. 22, 2005—One of the nation's most prominent researchers on aging and health care and his sister will speak from the heart when they deliver the fall Medicine, Health and Society Lecture at Vanderbilt University Medical Center on Sept. 15.

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Global union discusses plans to unionize Wal-Mart Aug. 22-25; Vanderbilt University Labor Expert Available

Aug. 19, 2005—Global union taking on Wal-Mart a classic showdown between "David and Goliath"Labor unions from around the world will meet next week (Aug. 22-25) in Chicago to plan efforts to organize workers at Wal-Mart stores around the world. Up to 1,500 delegates will debate the plan at the second annual World Congress of United Network International, a five-year-old global union whose aim is to get multinational corporations to observe labor and other rights wherever the corporations operate around the world. UNI has 900 affiliated unions representing 15 million workers in 150 countries.

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Judy Collins featured in special Bluebird on the Mountain concert series performance

Aug. 19, 2005—NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Bluebird on the Mountain concert series presents a special evening with Judy Collins at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 10, at Vanderbilt Dyer Observatory. Other guests include Marcus Hummon and Hugh Prestwood, with Amy Speace opening.

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Vanderbilt holds steady at 18th in U.S. News’ best colleges ranking

Aug. 19, 2005—Vanderbilt University maintained its No. 18 position in U.S. News & World Report's annual ranking of top national universities in a field that changed very little from last year's.

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Vanderbilt holds steady at 18th in U.S. News‘ best colleges ranking

Aug. 19, 2005—Vanderbilt University maintained its No. 18 position in U.S. News & World Report‘s annual ranking of top national universities in a field that changed very little from last year‘s.

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Chief of police and public safety at UNC Charlotte joins Vanderbilt University force as assistant police chief

Aug. 18, 2005—Marlon C. Lynch, chief and director of the University of North Carolina at Charlotte's Police and Public Safety Department, has been named Vanderbilt University's assistant police chief. He officially joins the university's police force Aug. 22.

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Before they settle into dorm life, Vanderbilt University freshmen can do some surfing in the parking lots

Aug. 18, 2005—Before they even pick up their keys this weekend to their new "home" away from home, Vanderbilt University freshmen can "surf the net" on their laptops via wireless network access — in campus parking lots, no less.

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Vanderbilt University and Forest Stewardship Council to collaborate, Measuring social impact is goal of Center for the Americas study

Aug. 17, 2005—Vanderbilt University has launched a major study in collaboration with the Forest Stewardship Council to determine what constitutes the social impact of responsible forest management in the Americas and how that impact can best be measured.

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Economics pioneer Reinhard Selten to speak at Vanderbilt, Nobel Prize winner to discuss "bounded rationality" on Sept. 7

Aug. 17, 2005—Reinhard Selten, winner of the Nobel Prize for Economics in 1994, will speak on Wednesday, Sept. 7, at Vanderbilt University to begin the Chancellor\'s Lecture Series for the academic year. Selten will discuss "bounded rationality," a central theme in behavioral economics.

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Economics pioneer Reinhard Selten to speak at Vanderbilt, Nobel Prize winner to discuss “bounded rationality” on Sept. 7

Aug. 17, 2005—Reinhard Selten, winner of the Nobel Prize for Economics in 1994, will speak on Wednesday, Sept. 7, at Vanderbilt University to begin the Chancellor's Lecture Series for the academic year. Selten will discuss "bounded rationality," a central theme in behavioral economics.

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