’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.
Jun. 14, 2021—Leading up to Vanderbilt’s annual observance of Juneteenth, Vice Chancellor for Equity, Diversity and Inclusion André L. Churchwell hosted a discussion with Reverend James M. Lawson Professor of History Dennis C. Dickerson and Associate Professor of History Brandon Byrd about this important date in history.
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.
Jun. 9, 2021—The EdAssist portal is now available for submitting fall 2021 tuition benefit applications, including dependent tuition applications.
Jun. 9, 2021—Vanderbilt Eye Institute is now a provider in Vanderbilt University’s DeltaVision network. Any employee who visited the Vanderbilt Eye Institute beginning Jan. 1, 2021, will be contacted by DeltaVision as their claim is reprocessed.
Jun. 3, 2021—How do academics with diverse areas of expertise view the origins of life? A June 17 virtual discussion hosted by the School of Medicine Basic Sciences will bring together perspectives from single-cell biology, theology, space and time and metaphysical philosophy to explore the unique and common understandings among the fields.
May. 26, 2021—Local health experts will explore health disparities and inequities in the Nashville community and how these issues can be addressed during a virtual event on Friday, June 18, from 1 to 2 p.m. CT. Hosted by Vanderbilt, “Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities in Nashville: An Update” is free and open to the public.