Jan. 22, 2021—Art historian Vivien Green Fryd will be among noted scholars discussing “Reframing the Legacy of the Capitol” during a program hosted by the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts on Jan. 26.
Jan. 22, 2021—On the heels of the launch of The Vanderbilt Project on Unity and American Democracy, several Vanderbilt University faculty have been tapped for their expertise relevant to the Biden administration’s transition, the presidential inaugural address and the predominant theme of unity in America.
Watch: Vanderbilt senior Sarah Fuller introduces Vice President Kamala Harris as part of inauguration celebration
Jan. 22, 2021—Vanderbilt senior student-athlete Sarah Fuller, the first woman to play and score points on a Division I football team in the Power 5, played a prominent role in a presidential inauguration event on Jan. 20.
Jan. 22, 2021—From the past fall semester, there are many lessons learned from the COVID-19 pandemic that we’ll carry forward as a community into the spring, writes Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs Susan R. Wente in the January edition of "The Open Dore."
Vanderbilt Child Health Poll: Tennessee parents concerned about education, kids’ mental health as COVID-19 presses on
Jan. 22, 2021—The latest Vanderbilt Child Health Poll finds that many Tennessee parents are worried about the mental health of their children during the COVID-19 pandemic, and more than 80 percent of parents had concerns about their children attending school remotely.
Vanderbilt researchers find value in comparison of multiple strategies for mathematics teaching and learning
Jan. 22, 2021—A team of researchers from Vanderbilt University’s Peabody College of education and human development and Harvard University’s graduate school of education explored how using a basic learning process—comparison—could lead to stronger outcomes for K-12 students in mathematics, and analyzed different approaches for incorporating comparison into curriculum.
Jan. 22, 2021—Ashley Brown, who has strong experience in social justice education and student engagement, has been named the new director of the Student Center for Social Justice and Identity.
Jan. 22, 2021—The Department of Cell and Developmental Biology hosts a weekly seminar series most Mondays at 12:15 p.m. CT via Zoom. The weekly seminars are on cutting-edge topics in cell or developmental biology as well as stem cell and epithelial biology. Visiting speakers are invited from a variety of institutions throughout the U.S.
Vanderbilt behavioral health experts offer free webinar on cyberbullying and internet safety Feb. 11
Jan. 22, 2021—Combating the significant health effects of cyberbullying is the focus of an upcoming Vanderbilt Health Affiliated Network webinar on Thursday, Feb. 11, from noon to 1 p.m. CT.
Jan. 20, 2021—Vanderbilt Occupational Health has created a COVID-19 frequently asked questions page to answer employees’ queries about what to do if exposed to COVID-19, as well as provide information about the COVID-19 vaccination.
Jan. 20, 2021—Michael Ashley Stein, co-founder and executive director of the Harvard Law School Project on Disability and visiting professor at Harvard Law School, will present “Mental Health, Involuntary Treatment, Legal Capacity and Human Rights” on Friday, Feb. 5.
Jan. 20, 2021—As Vanderbilt prepares to welcome students back to campus for the spring semester, the university is sharing some updates and reminders with faculty about plans to bolster community safety during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.