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What’s going on at Vanderbilt on Thursday, Dec. 18, 2014

Melodores are ‘Sing-Off’ champs

Vanderbilt student a cappella group The Melodores were named the winners of "The Sing-Off" holiday special airing Wednesday night on NBC. The Melodores beat out five other teams during the one-night-only event to take home a $50,000 grand prize.

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2014: The year in review

From the discovery of a new class of stars to a star-making play at the College World Series, 2014 was a remarkable year at Vanderbilt University and Medical Center.

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Vanderbilt power plant is now coal-free

Vanderbilt's power plant now runs exclusively on natural gas.

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Two Vanderbilt researchers awarded NEH grants

Vanderbilt's Marshall Eakin and Humberto Garcia are among the latest recipients of research grants from the National Endowment for the Humanities.

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VUIT wants to hear from you: Take survey now

Vanderbilt IT has created a Faculty and Staff Satisfaction Survey, the results of which will be used to further improve VUIT service and support.

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Payroll deductions for benefits will not be withheld Jan. 2 for some groups

Payroll deductions for some benefit plans will not be withheld from paychecks issued on Jan. 2 for bi-weekly paid Medical Center and home health employees, and all weekly paid employees.

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Blackboard unavailable Dec. 21-22 for course migration

Vanderbilt’s OAK course management system is being migrated from Vanderbilt servers to Blackboard servers. The system will be unavailable Dec. 21-22, and access to some courses will be limited in December.

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VU forum discusses midterm elections, federal policy predictions for new year

A recent forum examined the Republican victories in the midterm elections, the legislation considered during the “lame duck” congressional session, and the outlook for federal policy issues when Congress returns to Washington in January 2015.

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Take Note

» Holiday Gift Giveaway is tomorrow

» Mindfulness-based stress reduction available at Osher Center for Integrative Medicine

» McAfee VirusScan for Mac subscription to expire end of 2015

» Make note of modified hours over Winter Break

» Give the gift of life at USAC blood drive Jan. 9

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HR News

» Retirement Plan Transition Guide coming soon

» 10 tips for managing holiday stress

» Babies and You: Making benefits decisions during pregnancy

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Dec. 19 — 6 a.m.
Know Your Numbers at the Holiday Giveaway

Dec. 24 — 4 p.m.
Christmas Eve service at Children's Hospital Chapel

Jan. 5 — 6 p.m.
Employee Celebration Event: Attend free women's basketball game

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