The group’s goal is to launch the telescope to the space
station in 2012 aboard a Japanese rocket.
Services for Wesson, professor of mathematics, emeritus,
will be 2 p.m. April 30 at Crievewood United Methodist
A Vanderbilt expert in medieval and Renaissance European
history has been named a 2010 Fellow by the John Simon
Guggenheim Memorial Foundation.
An April 28 incident involving a Metro Nashville police
officer and a suspect he was attempting to apprehend in a
garage adjacent to the Vanderbilt campus involved no one
affiliated with Vanderbilt. The incident was confined to the
garage of the 2525 West End office building and ended quickly
with the suspect being taken into custody.
Stephanie Pruitt, a creative writing student at Vanderbilt,
was named one of “Forty Favorite Poets” by Essence
magazine in honor of its 40th anniversary.
Your gift to the Faculty-Staff Giving Campaign can be
designated for special programs like The National Center for
Childhood Deafness and Family Communication (NCCDFC) at the
Bill Wilkerson Center at Vanderbilt.
Three resilient individuals featured in the new issue of
the Vanderbilt Nurse prove that while adversity
cannot be avoided, it can reshape our purpose.
In Genocide, May proposes a road to categorize
what is and isn’t genocide so the legal system can better deal
with the issue.
Sophomore Marina Alex was named the 2010 SEC Golfer of the
Year by the league office in Birmingham, Ala., becoming the
first Commodore player to win the award since May Wood was
named the co-golfer of the year in 2004.
Cornerback Myron Lewis was selected by Tampa Bay, offensive
tackle Thomas Welch was selected by the Patriots and safety
Ryan Hamilton will sign a free agent deal with the Saints.
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