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Former Associate Provost Elizabeth Goldman dies

Elizabeth Goldman, former associate provost for academic affairs and a faculty member who developed and evaluated new ways to use media in mathematics education, died Dec. 18 in Franklin, Tenn. She was 67.

Recycling now available at basketball games

The Sustainability and Environmental Management Office and Vanderbilt Athletics have teamed up to offer recycling at every Vanderbilt men’s and women’s home basketball game during the 2010-2011 season.

Stop motion video art exhibit by alumna opens Jan. 13

The Vanderbilt University Department of Art is proud to welcome a video art exhibition by Vanderbilt alumna Carmen Mims Noel, recipient of the prestigious Margaret Stonewall Wooldridge Hamblet award in 2009.

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*  This Week

Jan. 2: Men’s basketball vs. Davidson

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Jan. 4-5: Weight workshop – free orientation session

Jan. 8: Journeys in Disability: Information and Support for Families

Jan. 9: Women’s basketball vs. Auburn

Jan. 12: Men’s basketball vs. Georgia

Jan. 13: Five Fears of Leadership seminar featuring Lori Brewer Collins

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VUCast Special: Do You Believe in Magic…

Want to feel good deep down inside? Meet a child who will melt your heart. Watch the inspiration of Vanderbilt students who turned caring for others into a business. And, remember how we all came together in the face of disaster. It’s VUCast’s special year-ender. Happy New Year.

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FROM HOUSE ORGAN: New hip doesn’t slow down hall-of-fame swimmer Frank Lorge

By all accounts, Frank Lorge, a 2010 Vanderbilt Athletics Hall of Fame inductee, is the best swimmer ever to compete for Vanderbilt.

He was undefeated by opponents in dual meets during his career from 1968-1972, a two-time SEC champion in the 200-yard backstroke, and the first SEC swimmer to break two minutes in the 200-yard backstroke.

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