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Dr. Constance Mobley,  PhD’98, MD’03  Transplant trailblazer

Dr. Constance Mobley, PhD’98, MD’03 Transplant trailblazer

As a molecular physiology and biophysics doctoral student at Vanderbilt, Dr. Constance Mobley never had designs on practicing medicine. Her passions were in the lab. The young scholar was infinitely more interested in clinical research. “I wanted to discover how to cure everything in the world,” she says. “I wasRead More

Muller retired from slalom kayak competition in 2003, but he still enjoys “throwing ends” and “surfing green slabs” on the local river with his kids. (Jeb Wallace-Brodeur)

Beyond the Horizon: A devastating childhood injury led Scott Muller, BS’94, to discover his passion for the great outdoors

Whether vying for gold at the Olympic Games alongside the world’s best slalom kayakers or helping lead the Clinton Climate Initiative to create a global consortium of cities focused on sustainability, Muller can trace the trajectory of his life’s work and passions back to formative experiences at the David Williams II Student Recreation and Wellness Center.

Chancellor Nicholas S. Zeppos chats with students after this year’s Out of the Darkness March, which brought awareness to suicide prevention. (Vanderbilt University/John Russell)

Passing the Torch: Chancellor Zeppos to step down

Chancellor Nicholas S. Zeppos has announced that he will step down as the university’s eighth chancellor Aug. 15 after more than a decade in the role.

Impression: Pitch count

Impression: Pitch count

A new book from New York Times national baseball writer and Vanderbilt alumnus Tyler Kepner, BA’97, traces the history of America’s pastime through the perspective of pitchers.

Jerry Stackhouse

Powerhouse: Jerry Stackhouse named men’s basketball head coach

After an extensive national search, Vice Chancellor for Athletics and University Affairs and Athletics Director Malcolm Turner announced April 5 that Jerry Stackhouse is Vanderbilt’s next men’s basketball head coach.