Jun. 1, 2011—The explorations of Vesna Pavlović into our motivations for taking photographs and how we experience them are showcased in a major exhibit opening in June at the Frist Center for the Visual Arts.
May. 31, 2011—Voice/economics double major will be mentored by country star Blake Shelton during the competition.
May. 29, 2011—The NCAA announced the 64-team field for the NCAA Tournament, tabbing Vanderbilt the No. 6 national seed.
May. 26, 2011—At the School of Medicine Spring Faculty Meeting May 25, Jeff Balser, vice chancellor for health affairs and the dean of the School of Medicine, told a packed Light Hall audience that Vanderbilt has made significant progress toward its priority goals of endowed support for chairs and student scholarship, but there is still work to be done.
May. 25, 2011—Vanderbilt audiologist measures sound levels of cicadas and discusses how the insect’s distinctive noise can impact one’s hearing.
May. 25, 2011—A new exhibition will run May 26 through June 17 at the Space 204 gallery on the second floor of the E. Bronson Ingram Studio Art Center, 25th Avenue South and Garland on the Vanderbilt campus. Art from the Antipodes showcases works on paper from 11 renowned artists from Australia and New Zealand, on loan...
May. 24, 2011—Betty Price, who has overseen the financial accounting, planning and reporting operations of the university for many years, has announced she will retire at the end of June. Price, deputy vice chancellor for finance and controller, has been at Vanderbilt for 24 years. “The university is in solid financial health and has strong, committed leadership,”...
May. 24, 2011—Rising first through 8th graders of all ability levels and their parents are invited to join the Vanderbilt coaching staff on Saturday, June 18.
May. 24, 2011—The Children’s Hospital is partnering with Safe Kids Cumberland Valley to offer free youth sports safety clinics.
May. 24, 2011—A new poll shows that Haitians have reacted to a devastating 2010 earthquake much as expected, with one notable exception. The destruction and poverty caused by the earthquake have done remarkably little to erode confidence in democracy.
May. 23, 2011—The Commodores will be the fourth seed in the SEC Tournament, which began on Wednesday with a win over Georgia.
May. 20, 2011—by Kendra Abkowitz, Sustainability and Environmental Management Office Tennessee’s summer growing season brings ample opportunities to enjoy fresh, locally and sustainably grown and produced vegetables, fruits, meats, flowers, herbs, cheeses, bread and much more! The best opportunities for finding these food items are conveniently available in the Middle Tennessee area: farmers’ markets community-supported agriculture (CSA)...