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Vanderbilt art students competing for $25,000 award, Margaret Stonewall Wooldrigde Hamblet Award to be given on April 11

Apr. 4, 2008—One of 12 senior Vanderbilt artists will receive a $25,000 grant to travel, study and work following graduation at an exhibit at Vanderbilt University on Friday, April 11.

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Vanderbilt law professor Beverly Moran honored by “Top Ladies of Distinction”

Apr. 3, 2008—Vanderbilt law professor Beverly Moran has been honored by "Top Ladies of Distinction," which each year recognizes black women for outstanding leadership. Moran, a leading tax scholar, has served on Vanderbilt\'s law faculty since 2001.

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Video: "Methodological Aspirations"

Apr. 3, 2008—Vanderbilt's Center for Biomedical Ethics and Society and Center for the Study of Religion and Culture hosted a conference, "Religion and Genomics: Navigating Pathways and Perspectives of Patient Care."

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Video: “Methodological Aspirations”

Apr. 3, 2008—Vanderbilt\'s Center for Biomedical Ethics and Society and Center for the Study of Religion and Culture hosted a conference, "Religion and Genomics: Navigating Pathways and Perspectives of Patient Care."

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Vanderbilt admits brightest, most diverse and most international class

Apr. 3, 2008—Vanderbilt University sent out letters of acceptance last week to the most academically talented, diverse and international class in the school\'s history.

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Video: "Religion and Genomics: Sharing History, Sharing Healing"

Apr. 3, 2008—Vanderbilt's Center for Biomedical Ethics and Society and Center for the Study of Religion and Culture hosted a conference, "Religion and Genomics: Navigating Pathways and Perspectives of Patient Care."

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Video: “Religion and Genomics: Sharing History, Sharing Healing”

Apr. 3, 2008—Vanderbilt\'s Center for Biomedical Ethics and Society and Center for the Study of Religion and Culture hosted a conference, "Religion and Genomics: Navigating Pathways and Perspectives of Patient Care."

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Video: "Heredity and Hope: Intersections of Genetics and Faith in the Clinic"

Apr. 3, 2008—Vanderbilt's Center for Biomedical Ethics and Society and Center for the Study of Religion and Culture hosted a conference, "Religion and Genomics: Navigating Pathways and Perspectives of Patient Care."

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Video: “Heredity and Hope: Intersections of Genetics and Faith in the Clinic”

Apr. 3, 2008—Vanderbilt\'s Center for Biomedical Ethics and Society and Center for the Study of Religion and Culture hosted a conference, "Religion and Genomics: Navigating Pathways and Perspectives of Patient Care."

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MEDIA ADVISORY: Vanderbilt University to commemorate 40th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.’s death

Apr. 3, 2008—Civil rights leaders and activists Angela Davis and the Rev. James Lawson will speak on April 4, the 40th anniversary of the assassination of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., and a special panel including Houston Baker, Richard King, Bob Moses and Ruth Turner Perot will examine Robert Penn Warren\'s 1965 book Who Speaks for the Negro?

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Vanderbilt professor to appear at U.S. Civil Rights Commission briefing April 4

Apr. 3, 2008—Vanderbilt Law Professor Carol Swain has been invited to a U.S. Civil Rights Commission briefing Friday, April 4, to discuss the impact of illegal immigration on wages of low-income black workers.

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Music of Little House books brought to life in concert at Vanderbilt; April 12 concert will feature songs mentioned in Laura Ingalls Wilder books

Apr. 3, 2008—Fans of writer Laura Ingalls Wilder\'s Little House on the Prairie books as well as Americana music lovers can enjoy a rare, special concert this month.

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Video: "Free Speech and Censorship at Work"

Apr. 2, 2008—Professor of Management and Sociology Bruce Barry discusses the limits of free speech in a society where people live out much of their lives under the control of large private institutions not bound by the Bill of Rights.

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Video: “Free Speech and Censorship at Work”

Apr. 2, 2008—Professor of Management and Sociology Bruce Barry discusses the limits of free speech in a society where people live out much of their lives under the control of large private institutions not bound by the Bill of Rights.

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Vanderbilt one of 15 universities selected for Beckman Scholars Program

Apr. 2, 2008—Vanderbilt University is one of 15 universities selected by the Arnold and Mabel Beckman Foundation to participate in a unique program to support undergraduate research.

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