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Find Your Impact: Student empowers women through tech

Miti Joshi admits that before she stepped foot on Vanderbilt’s campus, she was very wary of what would later become one of her greatest passions. “I’m moving across the world alone, and I need to take a leap of faith here,” said Joshi, an international student from...

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TIPs Fair and Reception set for March 21

The Office of the Provost will host an event March 21 to raise awareness of and share information about Trans-Institutional Programs (TIPs), one of the major initiatives of the Academic Strategic Plan. The TIPs Fair and Reception will be held in the Wond’ry from 4 to...

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Why Build a Boot Camp?

When Doug Schmidt persuaded his institution to sign on with Trilogy Education Services to launch what has become known as the Vanderbilt University Coding Boot Camp, he considered it one more step forward in a 16-year effort to help improve the technology economy in...

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Army AL&T Magazine: Marking Progress

Innovation is about finding new and sometimes unexpected solutions to complex problems.  Soliders from the 3rd Brigade Combat Team “Rakkasans,” 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) have informally teamed up with Vanderbilt University to leverage emerging...

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3 Strategies of the Most Innovative Universities

Reuters’ 2018 ranking of the most innovative universities is out, and the top names aren’t a surprise: Stanford, MIT and Harvard occupy the first three spots, as they have for four years running. The rest of the list, however, includes both newcomers and institutions...

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The Open Dore: Vanderbilt’s Innovation Ecosystem

For the second year in a row, Vanderbilt was recognized by Reuters as the 10th most innovative university in the world. In 2016, we were ranked 20. So why the big jump? What brought us here? Why does it matter and what does it mean for the future for Vanderbilt? Let...

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