Feb. 11, 2003—George Fredrickson, one of the leading American scholars on race, will compare and contrast anti-Semitism with racism against people of African descent during a Feb. 27 lecture at Vanderbilt University. Fredrickson will deliver the annual Byrne lecture at 8 p.m. in the Moore Room (218) of Vanderbilt Law School.
Feb. 11, 2003—Noted scholar and orator Cornel West will deliver a talk titled Race and Democracy at Vanderbilt University on Thursday, Feb. 13.
Feb. 10, 2003—Vanderbilt School of Nursing's Faculty Practice Network (VNFPN) is opening the doors on a new nurse-managed, community-based clinic this week.
Feb. 10, 2003—Rita D. Hayes, deputy director general of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) in Geneva, Switzerland, will discuss the role of that international organization on current intellectual property issues at 12:10 p.m. Feb. 12 in Flynn Auditorium of the Vanderbilt Law School.
Feb. 10, 2003—Noted Afro-Brazilian writer Esmeralda Ribeiro will join in a panel discussion at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 12, at Vanderbilts Furman Hall on the role of black women in Afro-Brazilian literature and sexism within the black movement in Brazil. The discussion is free and open to the public
Feb. 7, 2003—Arnold Sameroff, internationally known for his contributions to understanding the factors that put children at risk or protect them as they develop socially, emotionally and academically, will speak at a free public lecture Thursday, Feb. 13, at Vanderbilt Universitys John F. Kennedy Center for Research on Human Development.
Feb. 5, 2003—Political pundits James Carville and Mary Matalin and national security expert Gen. Barry McCaffrey will be the featured speakers for the 2003 IMPACT Symposium at Vanderbilt University.
Feb. 4, 2003—When a toddler sees herself on a home video, she may say baby or girl or think it is her sister on television. She knows she is here, in the real world who is the child on the television?
Feb. 4, 2003—Howard Harrod, who grew up in Oklahoma among the Native Americans of the Northern Plains and spent his career studying and writing about their practices and beliefs, died Feb. 3 at his home after an extended illness. He was 70 years old.
Feb. 4, 2003—Vanderbilt professors offer comments on the space shuttle disaster--- Scientific experiments in space --- Robots in space--- Facing grief following national tragedies --- National policy implications
Feb. 4, 2003—Online consumers who are asked to enter a promotion discount code but do not have one are far less likely to complete their purchase than those who had a code or were not prompted for one, according to a new study by the Owen Graduate School of Management at Vanderbilt University.
Feb. 3, 2003—The Boeing Company has donated a patent to Vanderbilt University covering a particle-separation technology originally developed for use in outer space that now could play an important role in the approaching nanotechnology revolution.
Jan. 30, 2003—"Two Gentlemen of Verona a musical adaptation opens in Neely Auditorium on Feb. 14, with additional performances on Feb. 15, 20, 21, 22 at 8 p.m. and one matinee Feb. 16 at 2 p.m. This happy coming-of-age story celebrates spring and its promise of love with a satirical Shakespearean undercurrent of governments sometimes less than pure motives for war.
Jan. 29, 2003—Roger W. Ferguson Jr., vice chairman of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, will speak on September 11, the Federal Reserve and the Financial System as part of the Owen Distinguished Speaker Series on Feb. 5.
Jan. 28, 2003—Vanderbilt faculty representing the Law School, the Owen Graduate School of Management and the Divinity School will address the subject of corporate responsibility in a panel discussion on Feb. 3.