Jun. 4, 2010—Some Vanderbilt staffers are still picking up the pieces after Nashville’s record flood.
Jun. 1, 2010—Around 2 p.m. on Saturday, May 1, Pam Canady and her husband, Tony, left their Hickman County home for a late lunch. It was raining hard, and water was starting to collect in the pasture between their house and the nearby Piney River. But they weren’t concerned – they had seen that before. Since moving...
May. 12, 2010— Vanderbilt students, faculty and staff help Nashville’s flood survivors clean up.
May. 11, 2010— Nearly 100 students, staff and faculty members, and even families in town for Friday’s commencement will be working in Nashville Tuesday, May 11, helping victims from floods that overtook the area last weekend.
May. 10, 2010— A special online Vanderbilt Flood Relief Fund has been established to get resources directed more efficiently within the university community.
May. 7, 2010— As part of Vanderbilt University’s broad efforts to assist in Middle Tennessee’s flood recovery, up to two weeks paid leave is being granted to faculty, staff and trainees whose personal residences were destroyed or otherwise rendered uninhabitable on May 1-2. The paid time off will be over and above accrued vacation or personal time.
MEDIA ADVISORY: Vanderbilt University employees offering free items to the community at flood relief giveaway Friday, May 7
May. 6, 2010— Many in the Nashville community have been adversely affected by the flood and are in need of resource items immediately. To help, Vanderbilt University will be hosting a flood relief giveaway of items donated by its employees on Friday, May 7.
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May. 4, 2010— While there are still numerous clean up and restoration efforts happening, buildings are up and operational.
May. 3, 2010— Campus officials, faculty and students with final exams on their minds are coming together to bring aid and comfort to members of the Vanderbilt community affected by flooding in Nashville over the weekend.
May. 2, 2010— University officials are monitoring flooding in the Nashville area. Vanderbilt has created a special website to update information as we get it about the flooding and other inclement weather affecting the Nashville area. Please check it frequently here.