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Pamela (Bobo) Haynes, an executive secretary in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, died June 5 near Bell Buckle, Tenn., as the result of a motorcycle accident. She was 49. day until deadline to change your e-Password

Anyone who has not changed their password by Tueday, June 15, will not be able to access their computer. college world series for the ‘Dores

The Commodores (46-20) season ended with the team one game short of their first CWS appearance. systems available for check-out at Peabody Library

Peabody Library has lots of great books to check out. It now also offers Garmin global positioning systems for members of the Vanderbilt community to borrow for up to 10 days. surveillance measures may increase fears and divisions, Peabody professor says

Terrorist threats inevitably lead to calls for increased surveillance. Yet instead of preventing threats, heightened security measures can widen divisions among people and lead to hidden social sorting, according to Peabody professor Torin Monahan. ‘Dores taken in MLB Draft

Six Vanderbilt players were selected in the 2010 Major League Amateur Baseball Draft held over three days earlier this week. Senior right-handed pitcher Drew Hayes led off the Commodores taken when he was selected in the 11th round by the Cincinnati Reds on Tuesday.

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*  This Week

June 10: Vanderbilt Farmers’ Market

June 11: Fine Arts Gallery Opening Reception – Five Centuries of Drawing and American Art

June 11: Nurses Week Awards and Recognition Ceremony

June 16-18: The NIMH Annual International Research Conference – Role of Families in Preventing and Adapting to HIV/AIDS

June 19: Bluebird on the Mountain at Dyer Observatory

* Mark Your Calendars

June 19: Prader-Willi Syndrome Family Day

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Blood drive and marrow/organ registration June 16, 17

Health Plus Aerobic Challenge is under way

Lunch and Learn on Caring for an Aging Parent

Medical Center Drive Road Work June 12-13

Zone 2’s Lot 2 to be repaired June 14-16

Arts & Flowers to benefit ALIAS Chamber Ensemble June 25

New Health and Wellness Wellcast: Get Serious About Cereal

Health Plus presents: Looking for an Adventure this Summer?

Prenatal yoga classes offered by Health Plus

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Featured Media Flood, Sweat and Tears: VUCast

Some Vanderbilt staffers are still picking up the pieces after Nashville’s record flood.

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Tune in to VUCast, for audio and video of events happening around campus. You can also find VU podcasts on iTunes and VU videos on YouTube. House Organ: Flood, Sweat and Tears

Scientific research is a methodical, incremental, team-driven process. So too, Karl Boehme, Ph.D., learned, is coping with a catastrophic flood. With the water rising fast in their Bellevue subdivision that rain-soaked Sunday, Boehme and his wife, Kathy, loaded up their children, Charlotte, 5, and Nathan, 3, and evacuated at 6 a.m. As they left, they knocked on neighbors’ doors to wake them up and urged them to head for higher ground.

Barely making it out of the neighborhood before the roads became impassable, the family headed for safety, specifically the conference room in Medical Center North for the Division of Pediatric Infectious Diseases, where Boehme is a postdoctoral fellow in the lab of Terence Dermody, M.D. To read more, click here.

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