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Author: Jan Read

Training sessions for new eProcurement system start Aug. 26

Aug. 16, 2013—Beginning Aug. 26, information sessions and training classes to support the September launch of the new eProcurement system will be available.

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Dick Aldrich Jr. ’75 is a citizen of the world, but he found a home when he came to Vanderbilt Law School

Aug. 5, 2013—Richard S. (Dick) Aldrich Jr. ’75 is a citizen of the world, but he found a home when he came to Vanderbilt Law School. The renowned international capital markets lawyer was born in New York, raised in New York, Rhode Island and Brazil, and then majored in Latin at Brown. After earning his undergraduate degree,...

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VU rolls out new business travel, expense system

Jul. 25, 2013—Vanderbilt’s ubiquitous green travel forms will go the way of eight-track tapes when the new travel system rolls out across the institution.

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Getting ready to use the new travel system: Step 2 — Complete your personal profile

Jul. 22, 2013—All Vanderbilt business travelers, travel assistants and expense report delegates must complete profiles in the new travel system online.

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PCards no longer used for travel expenses as of July 29

Jul. 5, 2013—As of July 29, PCards will no longer be used to support payment of travel expenses such as airfare, hotel rooms or rental cars.

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Sign up for new travel information sessions

Jun. 26, 2013—Information sessions on the new travel system begin next week. The two-hour sessions are open to all employees in preparation for the July 30 launch of the new system.

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Vanderbilt, Children’s Hospital recognized as ‘Top Workplaces’

Jun. 24, 2013—Vanderbilt University and the Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt are among the best places to work in Middle Tennessee, according to the "Tennessean’s" Top Workplaces list.

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