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    PBS ‘Gospel’: Vanderbilt Divinity School hosts exclusive screening, conversation

    Vanderbilt Divinity School invites the community to a viewing of Gospel, a new PBS docuseries on the rich history of Black religious music and preaching, and a conversation with two of the program’s commentators on Feb. 13. The event, which begins at 6 p.m. in Sarratt Cinema, features Yolanda Pierce and Michael Eric Dyson, both of whom are in the docuseries. Read More

    Feb 7, 2024

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    Hoy Lecture Series: ‘Bringing Robotics to the Ophthalmology Clinic’ Nov. 7

    The Vanderbilt Eye Institute and the Department of Biomedical Engineering present the Hoy Lecture Series: “Bringing Robotics to the Ophthalmology Clinic: The Challenges, Considerations, and Rewards of Introducing the General Public to Engineering Research Prototypes.” The presentation, featuring Ryan McNabb, Ph.D. and Anthony Kuo, M.D., will discuss the challenges, considerations and rewards of translating a robotic imaging system from the controlled environment of the engineering lab to interacting with the diverse population of the ophthalmology clinic. Read More

    Nov 2, 2023

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    Student Care Network hosts annual Wellbeing Fair Oct. 26

    Student Care Network offices, campus partners and student organizations will be in attendance Oct. 26 from 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. to share information about services, engage students in activities and hand out swag. There will be free food, gentle yoga/sound meditation, chair massages and more. This event is open to all Vanderbilt students, faculty and staff. Read More

    Oct 16, 2023

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    Celebrating LGBTQI+ History Month: The Music of Ned Rorem

    To kick off LGBTQI+ History Month, the Blair School of Music faculty presents a concert of works written by and for composer and author Ned Rorem. Known for both his breadth of output for both vocal and instrumental forces, Rorem entered gay icon status through the publication of his diaries over forty years, beginning in 1966. In addition to a selection of works by Rorem, a new work by Blair composer Russell Platt—writing in honor of Rorem—will be performed. Read More

    Oct 2, 2023

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    Performance artist Tim Miller brings the art of protest to the Curb Center

    A showing of A BODY IN THE O is a part of performance artist Tim Miller’s residency at the Curb Center, and will take place Oct. 2 at 6:30 p.m. The event at the Seigenthaler Center is free and open to the public. Read More

    Sep 27, 2023

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    Celebrate Diverse ‘Dores Day Sept. 20

    Diverse ’Dores Day, which allows students, staff, faculty and postdoctoral scholars to learn more about support and services offered to Vanderbilt’s diverse population, is scheduled for Wednesday, Sept. 20, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. The event will end at Alumni Lawn with music, giveaways, treats from local restaurants and custom-made shirts. Read More

    Sep 14, 2023