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  11 things you need to know this week  
1.   Daniel Diermeier formally installed as Vanderbilt University’s ninth chancellor
    In keynote remarks delivered at an investiture officially marking his tenure as Vanderbilt’s ninth chancellor, Daniel Diermeier urged the university community to seize this aspirational moment and join him in building “The Great University” for today’s world. [ Read More ]
2.   Health and well-being support over summer break
    As the end of the semester approaches, the Student Care Network is providing some information and tips to help you manage your health and wellbeing during the summer break. [ Read More ]
3.   Lawson helps launch Vanderbilt institute rooted in nonviolent social change
    The Rev. James Lawson returned to Vanderbilt University for the April 7 launch of an institute that carries forward his commitment to achieving justice and equality through nonviolent movements and strategies. [ Read More ]
4.   Campus Dining launches its spring 2022 survey
    Vanderbilt Campus Dining is hungry for feedback, and needs your help. In an effort to measure student satisfaction in a number of areas, the department is conducting its semiannual Dining Survey throughout the month of April. [ Read More ]
5.   Bowling advances to Final Four in Columbus
    Chancellor Daniel Diermeier and Vice Chancellor and Athletic Director Candice Lee congratulate the bowling team as they compete in the semifinals of the National Collegiate Women’s Bowling Championship today. [ Read More ]
6.   Vanderbilt observes Sexual Assault Awareness Month with campus programing
    Vanderbilt University is observing Sexual Assault Awareness Month in April with programs designed to educate, raise awareness and build skills. [ Read More ]
7.   Student Care Network launches Social Justice CARE website
    The Student Care Network has launched the Social Justice CARE website, where students have access to resources relative to connecting with affirming Community, Action that can be taken on social justice issues, resources for Restoration and self-care, and Education on a number of social justice related topics. [ Read More ]
8.   Registration open for 2022 Graduate Recognition Ceremonies
    Vanderbilt’s graduating seniors are encouraged to participate in this year’s Graduate Recognition Ceremonies for specific identity groups as part of the university’s 2022 Commencement celebrations. [ Read More ]
9.   Annual survey of undergraduate seniors open now through May 9 
    The annual VU Senior Survey provides graduating seniors with an opportunity to evaluate Vanderbilt in detail, evaluate their experience in their own major and report on their plans for the future. [ Read More ]
10.   2 Chainz, Miguel headline Rites of Spring; tickets on sale now
    Rites of Spring is scheduled for Friday, April 22, and Saturday, April 23, on Alumni Lawn. Tickets for Vanderbilt students, staff and faculty are on sale now. [ Read More ]
11.   Vanderbilt Giving Day is April 21
    Vanderbilt’s sixth annual Giving Day is April 21. This year’s theme, Vandy We Stand, is a call for everyone in the Vanderbilt community, including students, to stand together in support of the university we love.   [ Read More ]
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