Mar. 21, 2019—Professor of Cell and Developmental Biology Stephen Hann, whose research focused on understanding the regulation and function of the Myc oncogene, thought to be a driving factor in up to 70 percent of human cancers, died Feb. 27. He was 67.
Mar. 21, 2019—Check out the live construction camera, learn about accessibility initiatives and get updates on construction, parking and mobility in the March issue of the Peabody Neighborhood e-newsletter.
Mar. 21, 2019—The Division of Administration launched a FutureVU-focused survey for faculty, staff and students on Monday, March 18 to provide feedback on two separate topics: child care needs and commuting habits.
Mar. 21, 2019—Bruce Heyman (BA’79, MBA’80), former U.S. ambassador to Canada, will discuss the current issues facing U.S.-Canada relations, the 2020 election and the global economy on Friday, March 29.
Mar. 21, 2019—This forum will explore the implication of China’s rise, both domestically and internationally, delving into possibilities in various areas with speakers in leadership in law and politics, healthcare, investment and entrepreneurship, technology and regulation, and literature.
Mar. 20, 2019— Stacey Abrams discussed politics, resiliency and optimism with Chancellor Nicholas S. Zeppos Tuesday evening after visiting with students during the day.
Mar. 19, 2019—Vanderbilt’s annual Rites of Spring music festival is set for April 12–13 on Alumni Lawn. This year’s festival will feature headliners Moon Taxi and 21 Savage.
Mar. 19, 2019—The pioneering roles of two Vanderbilt alumnae in the music and publishing fields—Marshall Chapman and Mildred Haun—are highlighted in exhibitions at the university’s Central Library.
Mar. 19, 2019—Hundreds of members of the Vanderbilt community gathered near Rand Hall on Monday afternoon to remember the victims of last week’s shootings at the Al Noor and Linwood mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand.
Mar. 19, 2019—During the three-day institute May 6–8, 15 faculty participants will learn and apply a process for designing courses in which learning objectives, activities and assessments are aligned and in which students are engaged not only as consumers of information, but also as producers of knowledge.