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What’s going on at Vanderbilt on Thursday, April 16, 2015

Vanderbilt contributes $8.9 billion to the health of Tennessee

Vanderbilt supported 62,000 total jobs with wages and benefits in excess of $3.5 billion.

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Philosophers honor Lenn Goodman’s research in new book

Lenn Goodman, whose philosophical research is being lauded in a book that includes his name in the title, will be honored by academic colleagues at an April 20 public celebration in Buttrick Hall.

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Vanderbilt’s Helms, Perry named Truman Scholars

Two Vanderbilt juniors were selected to be 2015 Truman Scholars, good for $30,000 scholarships for graduate school.

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Winner of 2015 Hamblet Award, top student art prize, is named

Hamblet Award winner Alexis Jackson will receive a $25,000 prize that provides the funds for a year of art research and travel, culminating in a solo show at Vanderbilt in one year.

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Artiphon one of scores of senior innovations at Design Day April 20

More than 60 projects by interdisciplinary teams in biomedical, chemical, civil, computer, electrical and mechanical engineering will be displayed throughout Featheringill Hall at Senior Design Day.

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Expanded donation, recycling options available April 20-May 10

Donation and recycling locations on campus will be expanded from April 20 to May 10, just in time for student move out and office spring-cleaning efforts.

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Get customized hats at Lids; Nashville Walmarts now carrying apparel

Vanderbilt is partnering with Nashville-area Lids stores to offer customizable Vanderbilt-logo hats. In addition, Vanderbilt apparel and headwear is now being sold at select Walmart stores.

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VUCast Extra: One mom’s race for a cure for son’s rare disorder

It’s a story of love and determination and a debilitating lifelong disorder. A son’s rare genetic disease has led his mom to become a scientist at Vanderbilt University. Watch this VUCast Extra and a mom’s race against time.

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Take Note

» Join mayor for ’100 Miles’ health campaign

» Free screening event for head and neck cancers set for April 17

» Fleming to speak on ‘Bias and Barriers Facing Women in STEM’ April 23

» Register now for this summer’s Youth Sports Safety Conference

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HR News

» VRWC launches Musician’s Night with Danny Trashville April 16

» De-stress with yoga on the lawn May 14

» Wellcast: ‘What is normal eating?’

» Make retirement plan contribution changes beginning this week

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April 16 — 1 p.m.
Dyer Observatory celebrates 25 years of the Hubble Space Telescope with talk by Bob O'Dell

April 17 — 11 a.m.
VDS Cal Turner Program presents: "Re-Visioning Justice in America"

April 18 — 8 a.m.
Annual Shade Tree Trot

April 18-19
Music City Tennis Invitational

April 19 — 1:15 p.m.
"Semicolon: The Adventures of Ostomy Girl" premieres at Nashville Film Festival

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