Nov. 14, 2008—The internationally recognized Let's Re-Make art collaborative will be working on the Vanderbilt University campus and in the Nashville community the week of Nov. 17.
Nov. 12, 2008—Vanderbilt University's Office of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer and Intersex (LGBTQI) Life will sponsor a candlelight vigil honoring the 10th annual Transgender Day of Remembrance Thursday, Nov. 20.
Oct. 16, 2008—The Health Care Business Alliance will bring together leaders from a diverse group of local and national health care companies with health care MBA and MHA students to discuss the latest challenges and future innovations of this vital industry.
Oct. 8, 2008—Songwriters Dean Dillon, Shawn Camp and Scotty Emerick will perform Saturday, Oct. 11, at Dyer Observatory. The final concert in this year's Bluebird on the Mountain series will begin at 7 p.m.
Oct. 8, 2008—Watch video of an Oct. 7 Vanderbilt and First Amendment Center election panel.
ISIS anniversary symposium describes advances in the electronic battlefield, computer-aided learning and software for managing deadly diseases
Sep. 10, 2008—Curious about the impact the digital revolution is having on the battlefield? Maybe you would like to meet Betty, the computer character that middle school students are asked to teach about various science subjects, a process that teaches them how to learn? Or perhaps you would be interested in discovering how the latest software can improve the way that hospitals manage infectious diseases?
Sep. 8, 2008—Three of Nashville's most respected songwriters will appear onstage at Dyer Observatory in the fifth concert of the 2008 Bluebird on the Mountain series.
Aug. 11, 2008—Vanderbilt University will promote Commodore spirit by encouraging all Vanderbilt fans to wear black and gold on College Colors Day, Friday, Aug. 29.
Aug. 8, 2008—Artists John Brown and Michael Krueger, who use junk mail and old high school notebooks in their work, respectively, will share an exhibition at Vanderbilt University from Aug. 27 to Oct. 3.