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Oct. 22, 2023—Vanderbilt hosts first international lunar gravitational wave workshop, including a Nobel laureate, a NASA administrator, leading astrophysicists and more, to identify opportunities and resources to continue exploring our universe.
Oct. 8, 2023—María Magdalena Campos-Pons, Cornelius Vanderbilt Professor of Art, has been awarded a 2023 MacArthur Fellowship for her work exploring personal and collective histories across the Caribbean.
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation awards $1M grant to Vanderbilt anthropologists studying cultural factors in health inequalities
Oct. 8, 2023—With colleagues from Meharry Medical College, Tuskegee University and the World Health Organization, T.S. Harvey and Ted Fischer will examine the manifold contributions of the cultural context of health to emerging and persistent health inequalities.
Mar. 20, 2023—Extensive outreach and fact-finding from Vanderbilt community and beyond shape new curriculum design NASHVILLE, Tenn. — A significant faculty-led effort to redesign the aged College of Arts & Science undergraduate curriculum is nearing completion, aiming to provide a more integrated, inspiring, and enduring program of study for all A&S students. The overhaul is the first...