People who would like to participate in research studies now can
connect with researchers throughout the country by joining a first
of its kind, on-line “matching system,” ResearchMatch.org.
A Vanderbilt memorial service will be held at 11:45 a.m. in
Benton Chapel on Tuesday, Nov. 17, for Lawrence J. Schaad, professor
of chemistry, emeritus. He died last week at 79 after a long
VUMC provided $228,135,792 worth of uncompensated care during
fiscal year 2008.
Vanderbilt scientists have received 182 federal “stimulus” grants
totaling more than $79 million.
Education experts will discuss education issues during a free,
online chat, “School Choice & School Improvement: What have we
learned?” hosted by the National Center on School Choice at
Vanderbilt University and Education Week Nov. 17 at 2 p.m. ET.
Peabody Leadership, Policy and Organizations graduate students
demonstrated their own leadership in responding to a recent class
assignment. Seeking to organize a panel of women leaders in
Nashville, they contacted Tennessee’s First Lady Conte seeking her
participation. Not only did Conte accept, she offered to host the
event in the new Conservation Hall at the Governor’s Residence on S.
Curtiswood Lane in Nashville.
The Pediatric Allergy Clinic and the Adolescent Medicine Clinic
are now seeing patients in their new offices.
A series of lectures, films, fairs and discussions open to
faculty and staff.
Fans attending the Nov. 14 Vanderbilt-Kentucky football game are
encouraged to consider helping the annual “Coats for the Counties”
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