Jun. 17, 2021—Owen Graduate School of Management professor Kelly Goldsmith will host bestselling author and former Best Buy Chairman and CEO Hubert Joly, and Owen professor Kimberly Pace will discuss "What it Takes to Land a Position in the C-Suite," in a pair of virtual events on Wednesday, June 23. Register now.
Jun. 17, 2021—Join the Vanderbilt Microbiome Initiative for a special World Microbiome Day seminar and Q&A session on Wednesday, June 23, featuring Yale University's Benjamin Chan. World Microbiome Day celebrates the importance of understanding and deploying microbial communities and their products for positive outcomes in a sustainable manner.
Jun. 17, 2021—Healthcare Bluebook, an online price comparison tool for health care services that is free for Vanderbilt benefits-enrolled faculty, staff and their dependents, is now protected using multi-factor authentication. MFA provides an additional layer of security for users logging in to a secure environment.
Jun. 17, 2021—Applications are now being accepted for the Vanderbilt Leadership Enrichment program, designed to develop key leadership skills and competencies for staff who are managers or operational leaders demonstrating high potential.
Jun. 16, 2021—As announced last month, COVID-19 vaccinations will be required for all members of the Vanderbilt community for the 2021–22 academic year. To thank those who submit their vaccination records early, the Division of Administration will conduct a drawing for 25 Vanderbilt University-employed staff and postdocs who submit their records to the university’s vaccine portal by 8 a.m. on July 19.
’Dores in Dialogue: ‘A Conversation on Bostock v. Clayton County and the Rise of Anti-LGBTQIA+ Legislation’ is June 22
Jun. 15, 2021—A discussion about the 2020 Supreme Court ruling on Bostock v. Clayton County and its ongoing relevance in American jurisprudence amid recent increases in anti-LGBTQIA+ legislation is scheduled for Tuesday, June 22, from 11 a.m. to noon CT. The 'Dores in Dialogue event is presented in partnership with LAVA, the LGBTQIA+ Association of Vanderbilt Alumni.
Vanderbilt political scientists discuss shifts in U.S. Congress with longtime North Carolina Rep. David Price
Jun. 9, 2021—The Vanderbilt Project on Unity and American Democracy will host a virtual discussion June 28 about the evolution of the U.S. Congress and how to find issues of common ground in a time of polarization. The discussion will feature current U.S. Rep. David Price and Vanderbilt political scientists Alan Wiseman and Larry Bartels.