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  • Overview | College Halls | Vanderbilt University
    Halls was opened in 2008 and brings together all first year students who live in 10 houses each guided by a faculty head of house a member of the university faculty and mentor who lives among the students in a faculty apartment In the summer of 2012 the university demolished the six dormitories known as Kissam Quadrangle and broke ground on two residential colleges which opened August 2014 The colleges each house approximately 330 upperclass students a mixture of sophomores juniors and seniors and are led by a faculty director and two graduate students in residence Each college is organized into two halls in order to create unique neighborhoods within the larger college communities that will foster a variety of student led opportunities for engagement enrichment and leadership The 115 million project a top initiative of Chancellor Nicholas S Zeppos was completed in fall 2014 Funding for the project was provided entirely through philanthropy and internal resources The residential colleges are named Moore College in honor of Stanford Moore 1913 1982 a 1935 Vanderbilt graduate who received the Nobel Prize in chemistry in 1972 and Warren College in honor of Robert Penn Warren 1905 1989 a 1925 Vanderbilt graduate and

    Original URL path: http://www.vanderbilt.edu/collegehalls/history/overview.php (2016-02-16)
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  • Task Force Reports | College Halls | Vanderbilt University
    Living areas Kitchens Laundry Rooms Study Spaces Music Facilities Meeting Space for Vanderbilt University Bicycle Racks Parking The Market History Overview Task Force Past News Releases Home History Task Force Reports Task Force Reports Final Report of the College Halls Task Force Jan 10 2012 pdf establishes the philosophy of engaged community and defines the kind of experience we wanted to see emerge College Halls Task Force Fall 2011 ppt a shorter summary version of the 10 Jan 2012 report that was used to bring the project to the campus through road shows with faculty student groups and the Faculty Senate College Halls Task Force Nov 27 2012 pdf describes the student selection process including the statements of affirmation that students agree to as they apply for the College Halls system Report of the College Halls Role Definition Committee Dec 5 2012 pdf provides job descriptions and describes the initial staffing structure for the Warren Moore complex College Halls Assessment Design Team Recommendations 29 Apr 2014 pdf articulates four areas for assessment and the mechanisms by which they will be evaluated College Halls Creative Planning Group 20 Aug 2014 pdf offers a faculty staff perspective on the parameters of engaged

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  • Past News Releases | College Halls | Vanderbilt University
    Driven Programming College Halls on Social Media College Halls this Week Fall Celebration of Living Learning College Halls Blog Personnel Moore College Personnel Warren College Personnel Faculty and Staff Affiliates Facilities Student Rooms Lounges and Living areas Kitchens Laundry Rooms Study Spaces Music Facilities Meeting Space for Vanderbilt University Bicycle Racks Parking The Market History Overview Task Force Past News Releases Home History Past News Releases Past News Releases April 22 2013 Faculty directors chosen Jan 29 2013 Search under way for faculty directors of College Halls Nov 12 2012 College Halls to be named for distinguished figures from Vanderbilt s history June 8 2011 Power lines laid to Wilson Hall preparation for Kissam demolition May 5 2011 Vanderbilt moves forward with College Halls April 29 2011 Vanderbilt names first year student community for Martha R Ingram Sep 2 2010 The new Kissam Branscomb on Steroids Aug 31 2010 Architects to present plans for Kissam Wednesday Sept 24 2009 College Halls planning doesn t break ground Sept 24 2009 Construction ahead The future of College Halls GO History Overview Task Force Past News Releases Related Links The Martha Rivers Ingram Commons Housing and Residential Education Dean of Students Provost Chancellor

    Original URL path: http://www.vanderbilt.edu/collegehalls/history/past-news-releases.php (2016-02-16)
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  • About Us | CNGR | Vanderbilt University
    Norma Clippard Director Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Vanderbilt norma clippard vanderbilt edu 615 322 5569 Chandra Allison Administrative Assistant chandra allison vanderbilt edu 615 322 6511 Carole Mackey Administrative Assistant carole mackey vanderbilt edu 615 343 0552 Rhonda Phillippi Executive Director Emergency Medical Services for Children rhonda phillippi vanderbilt edu 615 343 3672 Erin Hummeldorf Program Coordinator Emergency Medical Services for Children erin hummeldorf vanderbilt edu 615 936 5274

    Original URL path: http://www.vanderbilt.edu/cngr/about-staff.php (2016-02-16)
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  • Neighborhood Relations | CNGR | Vanderbilt University
    Links Visitors and Neighbors Vanderbilt Police Department Vanderbilt s Representatives Councilmember Burkley Allen 18th Council District Councilmember Erica Gilmore 19th Council District Councilmember Sandra Moore 20th Council District State Senator Douglas Henry 21st State Senate District State Representative Brenda Gilmore 54th State House District Neighborhoods Hillsboro West End Neighborhood HWEN Belcourt Theatre Belmont Hillsboro Neighborhood BHN West End Park Mayor s Office of Neighborhoods Planning Department s Neighborhood Profiles Organized

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  • Location | CNGR | Vanderbilt University
    to Vanderbilt s Office of Community Neighborhood and Government Relations via the Interstates From the north take I 65 to I 40 west and then look for I 40 east to exit 209B Turn right onto Broadway which will turn into West End Avenue Turn left on 21st Avenue South Turn left on Terrace Place The Office of Community Neighborhood and Government Relations is located in the last building on your right a house built circa 1905 We have five visitor parking spots located behind the house From the east or south take I 40 west to exit 209A Turn left on Broadway which will turn into West End Avenue Turn left on 21st Avenue South Turn left on Terrace Place The Office of Community Neighborhood and Government Relations is located in the last building on your right a house built circa 1905 We have five visitor parking spots located behind the house From the west take I 40 east to exit 209B Turn right on Broadway US 70S Broadway becomes West End Avenue Turn right on 21st Avenue South Turn left on Terrace Place The Office of Community Neighborhood and Government Relations is located in the last building on

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  • Speakers Bureau | CNGR | Vanderbilt University
    their respective fields who are eager to share their knowledge and experience with civic and service organizations professional and business organizations corporations as well as public and government entities Full time faculty members from ten schools are available to speak on a variety of topics ranging from art to human rights or from adoptive parenting to science research Vanderbilt coaches and Athletics staff are also available for community speaking engagements

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  • Inside Out of the Lunchbox | Vanderbilt University
    for the InsideOut of the Lunch Box series which is a lunchtime series that includes enlightening panel discussions performance excerpts and a free lunch Lunch is served at 11 30 a m Program is from Noon 1 00 p m Reservations are required for every event and are accepted 3 weeks prior to event date A free box lunch will be provided for the first 300 people to RSVP GO

    Original URL path: http://www.vanderbilt.edu/insideout/ (2016-02-16)
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