Dr. André Churchwell, senior associate dean for diversity affairs at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, will share his personal insights on the role of art in all of its creative forms and its relationship to applied physics in the solution of humankind’s medical woes when he delivers the next installment of the Chancellor’s Lecture Series April 11.
Beth Bachmann, a Vanderbilt writer-in-residence who has published two poetry collections, has been selected from a group of nearly 3,000 applicants for a 2016 John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship.
An extraordinary collection of works by and about Paul Verlaine, one of France’s most celebrated poets of the late 19th century, has been acquired by Vanderbilt University’s W.T. Bandy Center for Baudelaire and French Studies.
Easing traffic congestion and improving the public transportation system are critical issues for the city, and the Vanderbilt community has the opportunity to interact with transit officials on those topics during an April 14 Food For Thought lunch conversation.
The second of two forums discussing gender awareness and inclusion at Vanderbilt sponsored by the Faculty Senate and Vanderbilt Student Government will be held from 4 to 5 p.m. Tuesday, April 12, in Moore College, Room A117. All faculty, students and staff are invited to attend.
Eboo Patel, founder and president of Interfaith Youth Core, presents “Interfaith Leadership: Engaging Faith and Philosophical Diversity in the 21st Century” as part of the Chaplain’s Speaker Series April 12 in Benton Chapel.
Northwestern University economist and industrial organization expert Robert Porter will deliver a talk titled “Empirical Analysis and Auction Design” as part of the Vanderbilt University Department of Economics Steine Lecture Series.
Mayor Megan Barry and Metro Public Works are reaching out to the Vanderbilt community and the Nashville public for input about Metro’s Strategic Plan for Sidewalks and Bikeways, also known as “WalknBike.”