Post Tagged with: "Susan Ford Wiltshire"

Common Good: Alumni who discovered a passion for service at Vanderbilt—and have devoted their lives to giving back

Common Good: Alumni who discovered a passion for service at Vanderbilt—and have devoted their lives to giving back

At Vanderbilt, which includes in its mission “service to the community and society at large,” numerous graduates have dedicated their life’s work to helping improve conditions around the world.

Transformative Times: Editor’s Letter, Fall 2016

Transformative Times: Editor’s Letter, Fall 2016

Like most readers of Vanderbilt Magazine, I often flip to the Class Notes section first. After scouring the Class of ’96 for any juicy nuggets, I branch out to overlapping years, searching for names that ring a faint bell.

A Letter to My Daughter: How We Made Our Mark on Women’s Equity at Vanderbilt

A Letter to My Daughter: How We Made Our Mark on Women’s Equity at Vanderbilt

This essay is adapted from The Long View: Essays, Poems, Stories (2015, Cordelia Hollis) by Susan Ford Wiltshire, Vanderbilt professor of classical studies, emerita. Wiltshire wrote this piece as a letter to her daughter, Carrie Wiltshire McCutcheon, JD’05, who is an attorney at Baker Donelson law firm in Nashville.

Recent Books, Winter 2016

Recent Books, Winter 2016

The latest offerings from Vanderbilt writers