Feb. 12, 2004—As world reserves of oil and natural gas dwindle over the coming decades-a prospect predicted by many energy experts-the rate at which the people in most societies around the world have babies is likely to drop precipitously as well.
Feb. 12, 2004—Marjorie Spruill, a Vanderbilt expert on the woman suffrage movement, served as a historical consultant for the HBO film Iron Jawed Angels and will be available for interviews at tonight's 6 p.m. screening at the Opry Mills Regal Cinema.
Federal education policy as an anti-poverty strategy subject of Feb. 19 lecture at Vanderbilt University
Feb. 12, 2004—Narrowing the achievement gap among America's schoolchildren-a key domestic issue for this year's presidential candidates-will be the subject of a lecture Thursday, Feb. 19, at Vanderbilt University.
Feb. 12, 2004—The Vanderbilt Kennedy Center for Research on Human Development will host a workshop for children who have a sibling with special needs on Saturday, Feb. 14, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Feb. 12, 2004—Bill Ivey of Vanderbilt University is moderating a roundtable of industry leaders who will meet periodically to discuss issues shaping the future of the music business.
Oscar-nominated film Spellbound at Vanderbilt’s Sarratt Cinema Feb. 18-21, Film’s producer to speak following Feb. 18, 19 showings
Feb. 11, 2004—Los Angeles-based film producer Sean Welch rolls into Nashville Feb. 18 and 19 for showings of his Academy Award-nominated documentary Spellbound at Vanderbilt University's Sarratt Cinema.
Former Congressman J.C. Watts to discuss media’s influence on 2004 election, CNN political analysts Tucker Carlson and Paul Begala also to appear at Vanderbilt’s Impact
Feb. 11, 2004—With Massachusetts Sen. John Kerry poised to win the Democratic presidential nomination-and polls showing his "electability" the chief factor in winning him a majority of votes-how should the Bush administration begin to mount its defense of the White House in November?
Feb. 10, 2004—To be effective, contemporary preachers need to reach a generation raised to question authority at every turn.
Vanderbilt students gear up for Dance Marathon, 14-hour philanthropy to benefit Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital
Feb. 9, 2004—Around 300 Vanderbilt University students plan to pull an all-nighter on Friday, Feb. 20.
Feb. 9, 2004—Cancer was considered a disease that primarily struck women and Anglo-Americans at the beginning of the 20th century. By 1999, it appeared to have crossed the color and sex lines to become ever more deadly to men and minorities.
MEDIA ADVISORY–Metro and Vanderbilt students team up to watch Tennessee primary, register new voters
Feb. 9, 2004—A U.S. government class from Nashville's Stratford High School will join Vanderbilt students in watching returns for the Tennessee primary on Tuesday evening, Feb. 10. The viewing party, sponsored by the Vanderbilt student group VanderVotes, will also seek to register new voters for Tennessee from both the high school class and the University.
Feb. 6, 2004—Mona Hicks has been named assistant vice chancellor for student activities at Vanderbilt University.
Feb. 6, 2004—Chris Guthrie, professor of law at Vanderbilt University, was awarded the Professional Articles Prize by the CPR Institute for Dispute Resolution for his article "Panacea or Pandora's Box?: The Costs of Options in Negotiation" at the institute's 21st Annual Awards Program in New York in January. The article was published in the Iowa Law Review last year.
Feb. 6, 2004—Six teams of MBA students from top business schools have been named as finalists in the Vanderbilt MBA eStrategy Case Competition to be held at the Owen Graduate School of Management at Vanderbilt University later this month. The contest is among the largest case competitions of its kind, awarding the winning team a check for $15,000.
Influence of media on 2004 election topic of Vanderbilt’s Impact Symposium, J.C. Watts, Tucker Carlson and Paul Begala among scheduled speakers for lecture series’ 40th year
Feb. 6, 2004—In an age of instant polling, Internet chatter and the 24-hour news cycle, what influence will the media have on the 2004 presidential election?