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Vanderbilt’s Next Chancellor: Daniel Diermeier becomes the university’s ninth chancellor

Vanderbilt’s Next Chancellor: Daniel Diermeier becomes the university’s ninth chancellor

Daniel Diermeier, an internationally renowned political scientist and management scholar, has been elected Vanderbilt University’s ninth chancellor, Board of Trust Chairman Bruce Evans announced on Dec. 4.

Anchor Man: Nicholas S. Zeppos marks 10 years as Vanderbilt’s chancellor

Anchor Man: Nicholas S. Zeppos marks 10 years as Vanderbilt’s chancellor

Ten years into his role as chancellor, Nicholas S. Zeppos has no plans to slow Vanderbilt’s rapid progress—and he wants to bring the rest of higher education along for the ride.

The first Vanderbilt cohort of A. James Clark Scholars—all first-year engineering students—gathered last November for a dinner at which they met Courtney Clark Pastrick (far left), who chairs the Clark Foundation board, and were able to tell her in person about the impact of the scholarship in their lives. (SUSAN URMY)

Engineering Leadership: Vanderbilt joins innovative Clark Scholars program

Vanderbilt’s A. James Clark Scholars Program offers financial aid each year to 10 engineering undergraduates who have demonstrated a commitment to business leadership and civic engagement.

A Faire to Remember: 2017 Nashville Mini Maker Faire

A Faire to Remember: 2017 Nashville Mini Maker Faire

More than 4,000 visitors interested in making everything from wool yarn and origami to robots and supercomputers visited Vanderbilt’s Wond’ry at the Innovation Pavilion on the first weekend in October for the Nashville Mini Maker Faire, the largest in the event’s five-year history.

Living History: Students Trace Nashville’s Black History as Part of a New Series of University Courses

Living History: Students Trace Nashville’s Black History as Part of a New Series of University Courses

Thirteen students met during the fall semester for a class called Historic Black Nashville. Taught by Jane Landers and Daniel Sharfstein, the course is part of a new initiative known as the University Courses program, a collaborative model that brings together faculty from different parts of the university to teach students from a variety of majors.