Email not displaying correctly? View it in your browser or view the text version.

myvu preview myVU Vanderbilt
Monday - February 21, 2011 submit a story idea »

Test of AlertVU system scheduled for Feb. 25

Vanderbilt will conduct a full scale test of the AlertVU emergency notification system on Friday, Feb. 25, at 10 a.m.

Arianna Huffington, Tim Pawlenty among headliners at 2011 Impact Symposium

The theme of this year’s lectures is “Bridging the Gap: America’s Middle Class.”

Get a perspective on current politics during 4-week lecture series at Saturday University

Saturday University, designed to fill the niche between the single lecture and a full degree program, offers a lecture each Saturday morning for four weeks.

House Organ Pet Poll winners announced

The call for entries for next year’s House Organ Pet Issue will appear in the September issue of the magazine.

‘A Little Music on the Prairie’ fireside chat at Peabody Library Feb. 23

Peabody College Library is proud to feature Blair professor Dale Cockrell and his Pa’s Fiddle Project in its series of informal lunch-hour discussions.

JKF speech discussed by noted experts on anniversary

A panel of noted experts to discuss Kennedy’s Vanderbilt speech, its meaning and relevance for a new generation of Vanderbilt students.

more info and top stories »

*  This Week

Feb. 21: The African American Playwrights Exchange presents “An evening with Paul Robeson and Billie Holiday”

Feb. 22: VanDIY: Green Your Life seminar

Feb. 23: Tennessee Global Health Forum

Feb. 23: Vanderbilt Commodores kick-off the 2011 baseball season – Vanderbilt vs. Belmont

Feb. 23: Richard Arum, “Undergraduate Learning and Post-College Outcomes: Findings from the College Learning Assessment Longitudinal Project”

Feb. 25: 2b Theatre Company – Invisible Atom performances

* Mark Your Calendars

Feb. 27: Annual Vanderbilt Student Film Festival

March 1: “Industrial Scars” – A Talk by Photographer/Environmentalist J. Henry Fair

more events »

Sign Up for a Clinical Trial

HIV Vaccine Trials Need Healthy, HIV-negative Men and Women Age 18-50 for a Vaccine Study


facebook  twitter  youtube  itunes  feed


Free tax preparation available to those with income under $49,000

Google Earth lecture highlights National Engineers Week at Vanderbilt

America’s readiness for a woman president focus of political panel Feb. 24

Health Plus presents: Take a Hike! Feb. 24

Three faculty receive NSF career development awards

Friends and Fashion 2011 to be held April 4

Attention flood victims: Two types of tax relief may be available to you

more announcements »

Featured Media

VUCast: Fighting on the front lines

Hear from a Vanderbilt doctor in South America who is fighting the H1N1 epidemic first-hand. Plus, Vanderbilt researchers go deep underground in search of cave drugs. And Coach Franklin starts to build a solid gold team!

more media »

Tune in to, for video and audio of events happening around campus. You can also find VU podcasts on iTunes and VU videos on YouTube.

Vanderbilt and Black History Month

In 1971, Larry Wallace, became the first African American to be elected Student Government Association president.  Larry was also instrumental in organizing the first black fraternity, Omega Psi Phi. He was elected to the Alumni Board in 1977 and became the president of The Alumni Association in 1991.

contact us   |   submit a story   |   submit a classified ad
myVU Preview provides top news and information each week for
faculty and staff of Vanderbilt University.