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Chancellor’s Letter: Collaborative Innovation

Chancellor’s Letter: Collaborative Innovation

Every single member of our diverse community, from the oldest alumni to the newest admitted students, contributes a vital part to our core mission. We are united by a distinct set of values. That’s why we are a university, not a poly-versity. We stand together. We are one Vanderbilt.

Andrews gives the keynote address at Elon University’s 2013 Martin Luther King Jr. Commemorative Program. Watch the address.

Dale P. Andrews, MA’97, PhD’98: ‘Culture of collegiality’

Dale P. Andrews, a teacher, minister, social justice activist, and renowned scholar on the art of preaching, died June 23 in Nashville of cancer. He was 55.

A Gift to the World: New Collaborative Seeks National Conversation on Public Theology and Racial Justice

A Gift to the World: New Collaborative Seeks National Conversation on Public Theology and Racial Justice

Vanderbilt Divinity School received a $1 million grant from the Henry Luce Foundation last December to establish the Public Theology and Racial Justice Collaborative. Dean Emilie M. Townes is serving as the project’s director.

To Honor and Educate: Equality Weekend

To Honor and Educate: Equality Weekend

As part of Black History Month, Vanderbilt’s basketball teams suited up in specially made jerseys for their winning games on Feb. 18 and 19. The back of each uniform featured the name of an individual who played an influential role in the civil rights movement.

Lillian Harpole Hazelton, right, with two of her three children: Elizabeth Hazelton, a 2017 master of accountancy student, and John Hazelton, a first-year engineering student studying computer science. Not pictured is daughter Margaret Ann Hazelton, MEd’13. (DANIEL DUBOIS)

From Generation to Generation: One Family’s Vanderbilt Legacy

Five generations of Lillian Harpole Hazelton’s family have attended Vanderbilt—and higher education has played a particularly important role for the women in her family.