The landscape of public higher education, particularly
against the backdrop of rising college costs and steep
enrollment demands, was the focus of two presentations by
Michael K. McLendon, associate professor of public policy and
higher education and associate dean and chief of staff
at Vanderbilt’s Peabody College.
Nearly a year and a half into his first term as president,
Barack Obama has passed landmark legislation on health care
reform and signed a massive stimulus bill to boost the
nation’s troubled economy. Have these accomplishments already
assured him of a positive legacy for his administration?
According to two Vanderbilt political scientists, it’s just
too soon to tell.
Attempting to control the uncontrollable is the theme of a
new exhibition opening in Vanderbilt¹s Space 204 gallery.
“Impacts and Aspects” by local printmaker and educator
Jennifer Stoneking-Stewart will be on display from Thursday,
June 3, to Friday, July 12, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the gallery,
located on the second floor of the E. Bronson Ingram Studio
Art Center, 25th and Garland.
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