Mar. 5, 2021—Vanderbilt hosts a gathering of the university’s most engaged volunteer leaders each spring for a special weekend of activities designed to foster collaboration in support of the university's mission and momentum. This year all events were held virtually during Volunteer Leadership Week, an extended slate of programming presented Feb. 22–26.
Jun. 15, 2020—Ten incoming first-year Vanderbilt University students have been named to the newest class of the Ingram Scholars Program.
Jun. 11, 2019—Nine incoming first-year students and two rising sophomores have been selected for the newest class of the Ingram Scholarship Program. They are among more than 1,200 students who applied for the prestigious merit scholarship program.
Nov. 7, 2018—Alumni of the Ingram Scholars Program celebrated its 25th anniversary with a weekend of events on campus reflecting on the program's history and discussing its future.
Apr. 26, 2017—Lauren Pak’s passport is a map of injustices around the world. She has spent much of her undergraduate career learning about conflict resolution—not just through classroom lectures and reading, but also by doing hands-on, university-funded research on five continents.
Apr. 21, 2017—Three Ingram family members are making gifts totaling $20 million to name Vanderbilt University’s newest College Hall in honor of their late father and former Board of Trust member, E. Bronson Ingram.
Mar. 22, 2017—Twelve incoming first-year students have been chosen as the newest members of the Ingram Scholarship Program.
Mar. 8, 2017—HIghlights from "Driving While Black: A Report on Racial Profiling in Metro Nashville Police Department Traffic Stops" will be discussed at a March 14 Vanderbilt Divinity School Community Breakfast.
Search launched for Ingram Scholarship Program faculty director; nominations and applications sought
Feb. 9, 2017—Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs Susan R. Wente has announced an institutional search for the faculty director of the Ingram Scholarship Program. Founded in 1993 by E. Bronson Ingram, the program supports students who demonstrate a willingness and ability to combine a successful career with a lifelong commitment to finding solutions to critical societal problems.
May. 20, 2016—Latin American historian Marshall Eakin will discuss the impact of recent political and economic turmoil in Brazil on the Summer Olympics when he speaks at 6:30 p.m. June 6 at the Williamson County Library.
May. 17, 2016—Class of 2016 graduate Rachel E. King is a recipient of the Thomas R. Pickering Foreign Affairs Fellowship. Funded by the U.S. Department of State, the fellowship prepares students for foreign service careers.
May. 9, 2016—When Deya Maldas signed up to be a tutor at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Middle Tennessee, she didn’t know she was about to have the most transformative experience of her freshman year.