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Snyder performs craniofacial 
surgery in 
Vietnam.

Dr. Brett Snyder, BS’85, MD’89: Giving Children Something to Smile About

For more than 20 years, Dr. Brett Snyder has provided volunteer pediatric craniofacial care to children overseas and in his community.

Professor of History Thomas Schwartz teaches a course about diplomat Henry Kissinger for 
the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute.

Education at Vanderbilt Continues after Graduation

Alumni flock to Alumni Association chapter-sponsored Commodore Classrooms events to learn about the connection of the blues to the Carolinas or how robotics are giving mobility to the physically disabled.

NYU Administrator to Lead College of Arts and Science

NYU Administrator to Lead College of Arts and Science

Lauren A. Benton, a distinguished administrator and influential scholar in international legal history, has been named dean of the College of Arts and Science, effective July 1. Benton is Silver Professor of History and affiliate professor of law at New York University, where she currently is dean of the Graduate School of Arts and Science.

Sociology professor David Hess is the first to hold the James Thornton Fant Chair in Sustainability Studies. (JOHN RUSSELL)

What a Great University Does

In 2014, Lester “Ruff” Fant, BA’63, and his wife, Susan, made a significant commitment to the College of Arts and Science to establish, among other things, an endowed Lester G. “Ruff” Fant III Dean’s Fund and the James Thornton Fant Chair in Sustainability Studies.

JOE HOWELL

Volunteer’s Helping Heart Has Widespread Impact

Fran Hardcastle’s impact on Vanderbilt ranges from the formation of a children’s hospital-within-a-hospital with the Junior League, to telephones in waiting rooms, sleeper chairs for parents, and fundraising for needs all over campus.