Recognizing signs of, living with eating disorders subject of one-woman play at Vanderbilt University Feb. 16
Feb. 4, 2004—"Eaten Alive," a one-woman play that presents the lives of five women in different stages of life who suffer from eating disorders, will be presented at Vanderbilt University Monday, Feb. 16.
Feb. 4, 2004—Scott Hubbard, a Vanderbilt alumnus and director of NASA's Ames Research Center in California, is scheduled to give a free public lecture at Vanderbilt on the latest information about Mars, including the latest images coming from the two robot rovers currently operating on the surface of the red planet. Scientists and engineers at Ames provided scientific guidance and developed some of the scientific instruments carried by the two rovers.
Feb. 3, 2004—A Feb. 12 lecture by Anita Hill at Vanderbilt University was canceled on Tuesday by Hill because of an illness in her family.
Feb. 2, 2004—Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center researchers have provided the first evidence that activation of a particular cellular receptor dramatically increases the development of precancerous polyps in the intestine.
Feb. 2, 2004—A new chair at Vanderbilt University Law School recognizes the importance of the classroom talents of the school's faculty. The Tarkington Chair in Teaching Excellence was awarded to its first recipient, Professor Tom McCoy, in a ceremony last week.
Vanderbilt Theatre Department to stage Bertolt Brecht play, The Caucasian Chalk Circle debuts Feb. 13
Feb. 2, 2004—Profound questions about life and society will be posed when the Theatre Department of Vanderbilt University presents Bertolt Brecht's The Caucasian Chalk Circle this month.
Jan. 30, 2004—Vanderbilt University's Office for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Life offers an opportunity for lesbians, bisexual women and straight women to celebrate their differences and their friendships at BLAST, an event scheduled 6 p.m., Wednesday, Feb. 4.
Jan. 30, 2004—An international team of chemists has developed a new family of antioxidants that are up to 100 times more effective than Vitamin E.
Jan. 30, 2004—A master's degree in Jewish Studies can now be earned at Vanderbilt Divinity School as part of the quickly expanding program directed by Jack M. Sasson.
Jan. 28, 2004—Researchers at Vanderbilt Children's Hospital have nailed down a clear picture of a newly described virus that is a leading cause of pneumonia in babies. A study in this week's New England Journal of Medicine defines the "who, how, and how much" of the impact of human metapneumovirus (MPV) on children.
Jan. 28, 2004—A seminar on womanist theology and the black church experience will be held on Saturday, Feb. 7, at Vanderbilt Divinity School.
Founder of math curriculum aimed at helping disadvantaged students delivers annual Southhall Lecture at Vanderbilt University
Jan. 28, 2004—Robert P. Moses, founder of the Algebra Project, will speak at Vanderbilt University's Peabody College at 4 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 5, in the Rotunda of the Faye and Joe Wyatt Center on the Peabody campus.
Jan. 26, 2004—Vanderbilt University's Peabody College of education and human development awarded its 2004 Changing Lives Award to the Rev. Enoch E. Fuzz, pastor of Nashville's Corinthian Missionary Baptist Church, Friday, Jan. 23.
Vanderbilt to attract highest level students with ENGAGE program, Early admission to professional or graduate school sets University apart
Jan. 26, 2004—Starting in fall 2005, Vanderbilt will offer a select group of high ability high school students advanced admission to any of seven of its professional and graduate schools when they enroll as undergraduates at the University.
Vanderbilt receives important equity stake gift to benefit Owen School’s Financial Markets Research Center
Jan. 26, 2004—Vanderbilt University announced today a gift of percentage ownership from Interactive Brokers Group LLC (IBG) to support the Financial Markets Research Center (FMRC) at the Owen Graduate School of Management. Income from the gift-which, on Dec. 31, 2003, had a book value of $3 million-will provide permanent support for the center, funding the maintenance of its databases and providing support for faculty research projects in the area of financial markets.