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What’s going on at Vanderbilt on Monday, March 9, 2015

AlertVU test rescheduled; Update notification settings now

The March 10 test of AlertVU, Vanderbilt's emergency mass notification system, has been rescheduled for the fall 2015 semester, but you can update your point-of-contact settings in the system now.

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Vanderbilt center named for ex-slave turned social justice pioneer

The new Callie House Research Center for the Study of Black Cultures and Politics, named for a former slave who led a group for reparations, will be celebrated March 12 with the inaugural lecture by Mary Frances Berry.

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Retirement plan fund selection and monitoring is top priority

Vanderbilt’s new retirement plan structure offers best-in-class funds that were carefully selected and will be continuously monitored by Vanderbilt’s Retirement Plan Oversight Committee.

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National hospital rankings contradict one another

National rankings of hospitals are more confusing than helpful when you compare them to one another, a new study finds.

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Volunteers needed for Commencement 2015: Experience the excitement

Volunteers are needed for Commencement 2015, a three-day celebration for graduates and their families.

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Get reward for referring diagnostic lab professionals

Employees can earn up to $1,500 through the Diagnostic Referral Bonus Program now through June 30.

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Trans-institutional exhibition examines death through art and illustration

"Memento Mori: Looking at Death in Art and Illustration," opening March 12 at the Vanderbilt Fine Arts Gallery, was curated using an interdisciplinary approach to provoke thought about the role of death and mourning in society from the 16th century to the present.

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Dermatologist gives tips for protecting your skin from lingering winter weather

Months of cold and sometimes icy and snowy weather can take a toll on our skin—but a Vanderbilt dermatologist says there are ways to protect it from the ravages of a lingering winter.

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Take Note

» Our favorite #vandygram photos of the week

» Credit Union annual meeting rescheduled for March 12

» Urban historian who studies water infrastructure to speak

» Nobel laureate to discuss ‘Irrational Exuberance Revisited’ March 12

» DigitalVU this month: Using Chrome for Web Development

» Vanderbilt Star, a benefit for Next Steps, is March 22

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HR News

» Tax prep resources available for Vanderbilt employees

» Vandy Cooks: Gourmet healthy cooking without the ‘sticker shock’

» March is National Sleep Awareness Month

» Get active at work ahead of National Walking Day

» Report contributions to outside retirement plans by April 1

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March 10 — 1:15 p.m.
Discussion of "They Marched Into War" and issues of war and peace

March 11 — 12:10 p.m.
WOW: "Microfinance and the Empowerment of Women"

March 12 — 8 p.m.
Music on Film: "Bela Fleck - How to Write a Banjo Concerto"

March 13 — 4 p.m.
"Sophie's Table: A Conversation with Our Brothers"

March 13-15 — 7 p.m.
Blair master classes featuring collaborative pianist Warren Jones

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