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Students in Roger Williams University’s “academic” class—as opposed to its ministers or teachers
classes—pose for their class photo in 1899.

A Blaze of History: A prominent black university that endured two fires once was located on the Peabody campus

Looking across the long stretch of the Peabody mall with its historic buildings and the iconic dome of the Wyatt Center, one might think Peabody College was the only academic institution to have been built on this location. However, before Peabody, the land was home to one of the most prominent black universities in the South, Roger Williams University.

Education Evolution: Vanderbilt scholars are working to align higher ed policy with 21st-century needs

Education Evolution: Vanderbilt scholars are working to align higher ed policy with 21st-century needs

Some of the leading efforts to understand the changing nature of public higher education, and implement policies to address those shifts, are being directed by faculty and alumni of Vanderbilt’s Peabody College of education and human development.

Recent Books, Fall 2016

Recent Books, Fall 2016

Handbook of Early Childhood Special Education coedited by Erin Barton, assistant professor of special education, with Brian Reichow of the University of Florida, and Brian A. Boyd and Samuel L. Odom, of the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill (2016, Springer) The handbook discusses early childhood special education, with particularRead More