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What’s going on at Vanderbilt on Monday, Oct. 13, 2014

Vanderbilt hosts ‘A Conversation with Jeb Bush’ Oct. 28

Jeb Bush, Florida’s 43rd governor and a member of one of America’s pre-eminent political families, will join Vanderbilt Chancellor Nicholas S. Zeppos and Distinguished Visiting Professor Jon Meacham in conversation Tuesday, Oct. 28.

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‘Lost in the Ivy’ documents the African American experience at Vanderbilt

A quest to learn about Vanderbilt’s first African American Board of Trust member has led sociologist Rosevelt Noble on a much greater mission to document as much of the African American experience at the university as he can.

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How to handle a different Open Enrollment period than your spouse or partner

If you have a spouse or same-sex domestic partner who works for another employer that also offers benefits, you should carefully consider the option that works best for you both.

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New faculty: Jackmans make study of American political institutions

Though they didn’t meet until graduate school at Stanford University, Molly and Saul Jackman both grew up in California and became fascinated with politics while very young.

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New faculty: Sheppard examines womanist perspectives in psychoanalysis and religion

Phillis Sheppard traces her early interest in the role of religion and culture in self-understanding to growing up in a family with some powerful church women.

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Boo to the Flu is another chance to get free flu shot

Think you don’t have time to get vaccinated against influenza? Consider this: Do you have a week to be bedridden with the flu?

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Class of 2018: By the numbers

Students entering Vanderbilt in fall 2014 were selected from the largest, most academically prepared and diverse pool of applicants in the university's history. Learn more about what makes the Class of 2018 stand out.

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Take Note

» Our favorite photos of the week

» Student Health Center temporarily closed due to flooding

» Air Force general, astronaut was almost neither: Q&A

» Human sacrifice in Etruscan art topic of lecture at Parthenon

» WOW: ‘Making a global impact through MPH program’

» World on Wednesdays seeks presenters for spring semester

» Vanderbilt community members to Relay For Life Oct. 25

» Free Commodore Basketball fan event Nov. 2

» Vanderbilt Translational Research Forum is Nov. 7

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HR News

» ‘Plant-based diets’ Coursera class Oct. 15

» Babies & You: Choosing a pediatrician Oct. 16

» Go for the Gold deadline is Oct. 31

» Wellcast: ‘Three foods you might be missing’

» Learn about Open Enrollment, ask questions during live webinars

» Enroll in dependent day care FSA during Open Enrollment

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Oct. 13
"Courage Unmasked" exhibit opens at Sarratt Gallery

Oct. 14 — 6 p.m.
Holocaust Lecture Series film screening: "Amen"

Oct. 15 — noon
Activism & Social Justice Series with Phillip Goff

Oct. 15 — noon
Farah Diaz-Tello: "Do Pregnant Women Have Fewer Rights Than Others?"

Oct. 16 — noon
InsideOut of the Lunchbox: "Burden of Justice"

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