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."
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—As Vanderbilt prepares to welcome students back to campus for the spring semester, the university is sharing some updates and reminders with staff about plans to bolster community safety during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Jan. 20, 2021—As Vanderbilt prepares to welcome more members of its community back to campus for the spring semester, the university is sharing some updates and reminders with postdoctoral scholars about plans to support the Vanderbilt community during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Jan. 20, 2021—Vanderbilt looks forward to welcoming undergraduate students back to campus. The university is working hard to prepare and help undergrads have as healthy and safe a semester as possible.
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.
Jan. 20, 2021—Vanderbilt is sharing updates and reminders with graduate and professional students about its spring semester plans to support the university community during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Jan. 8, 2021—They’ve worked together for months to keep a bustling urban campus with thousands of members open and running in the midst of a pandemic: Meet the team instrumental in leading Vanderbilt’s ambitious and successful Return to Campus Plan.
Jan. 7, 2021—Vanderbilt University is currently not eligible to serve as a distribution site for the COVID-19 vaccine because the university is not a health care organization. However, the situation is evolving, and the university remains in close communication with public health agencies and Vanderbilt University Medical Center regarding vaccination efforts, said Chancellor Daniel Diermeier in a message to the Vanderbilt community.
Vanderbilt researchers discover strong correlation between partisanship and social mobility during COVID-19 pandemic
Dec. 18, 2020—Vanderbilt political scientist Joshua Clinton led a team of researchers to analyze data from more than 1 million U.S. adults, determining that partisanship is more closely related to social mobility—defined here as social contact and travel within and among communities—during the COVID-19 pandemic than the incidence of COVID-19 cases or deaths in the community.
Dec. 18, 2020—Vanderbilt University Medical Center has received a limited amount of COVID-19 vaccine approved under an Emergency Use Authorization and, consistent with the Vaccination Plan for the State of Tennessee, is giving first priority to its health care workforce, health professions learners in the School of Medicine and School of Nursing who provide direct patient care, and Vanderbilt University Public Safety officers who are first responders.
Vanderbilt Poll: Unprecedented partisanship divides Tennesseans on COVID-19 vaccine, election results
Dec. 17, 2020—The deep partisan divide in Tennessee has never been more apparent than on the questions of whether citizens will get the COVID-19 vaccine and curb holiday travel at the height of the global pandemic, according to the latest Vanderbilt Poll-Tennessee. The poll also found a deep chasm between registered voters on the legitimacy of the results of the presidential election.