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  • EES Room Schedule | Earth and Environmental Science | Vanderbilt University
    Research Opportunities Major and Minor Requirements Major Requirements Minor Requirements Course Descriptions Summer Opportunities Geology Club Graduate Resources Facilities Giving Home EES Room Schedule EES Room Schedule If you would like to only look at one specific room click on the down drop arrow beside Agenda on the far right to change the room s you see Jewell Room SC6740 SC1103 1107 SC5722 SC6703 TA Office Department of Earth and

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  • Seminar Series | Earth and Environmental Science | Vanderbilt University
    Opportunities Major and Minor Requirements Major Requirements Minor Requirements Course Descriptions Summer Opportunities Geology Club Graduate Resources Facilities Giving Home Seminar Series Seminar Series Seminars are held in Buttrick 102 at 3 10pm unless otherwise noted below If you would like to join the seminar email list click here or send an email to listserv list vanderbilt edu with email body containing the following SUBSCRIBE EESSEMINAR Your Name Department of

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  • SEM Calendar | Earth and Environmental Science | Vanderbilt University
    days in any given week if you would like to use more than 2 days in a week you can reserve the next day if it has not been reserved by 4 pm of the preceding day If special situations warrant special scheduling let us know and we will work to accommodate your needs 3 Be considerate with others and book only the time you need and try to book

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  • Mayor Dean's Geology Walk | Earth and Environmental Science | Vanderbilt University
    shelf with abundant floating algae that sank to the bottom to form SHALE Unit 1 more well mixed ocean water on the continental shelf with silt and clay delivered by rivers to form SILTSTONE II 330 million years ago to later much of the time above sea level Unit 1 s silt had pores between grains and it was flushed with silica rich water that deposited CHERT Unit 2 organic matter transformed into natural gas and oil and uranium from ground water attached to organic matter Units 1 2 and 3 were gently folded into a broad upwarp dome III Current processes that have been acting for millions of years EROSION Units 1 2 3 erode in very different styles Unit 3 dissolves calcium carbonate dissolves in weak acid formed by rain carbon dioxide leaves very little soil Nashville has lots of rain so limestone dissolves rapidly has formed a big basin Unit 2 breaks down quickly rarely see unit 2 rocks Old Hickory Blvd in Bellevue I 24 Joelton Unit 1 TOUGH to erode because CHERT resists breakdown Remains standing forms steep slopes How this history affects Nashville today Limestone dissolves leaving little soil so no soil for landfill

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  • Research | Medicine, Health and Society
    2015 To read the article click here MHS Professor Derek Griffith co authors an article in Social Science Medicine on community level effects of male incarceration on the sexual partnerships of men and women November 23 2015 To read the article click here MHS Professor Laura Stark discusses the proposed changes in federal research regulations for NIH s National Centers for Advancing Translational Sciences NCATS November 2 2015 Professor Stark will speak about changes in federal research regulations by NIH s National Centers for Advancing Translational Sciences NCATS at the CTSA Consortium Coordinating Center The talk is part of a federal town hall meeting in Chicago Illinois MHS Professor Martha Jones serves as a panelist for the American Community Survey 101 Overview and Application in Occupational Health Surveillance at the CSTE Occupational Health Webinar November 2 2015 Professor Jones serves on the American Community Survey 101 Overview and Application in Occupational Health Surveillance panel at the Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists CSTE Occupational Health Webinar on April 23 2015 MHS Professor Tara McKay receives 3 year grant from National Institute of Aging to study LGBT social networks and health October 23 2015 In collaboration with UC Berkeley PI Claude Fischer Dr McKay has received 189K over 3 years from National Institute of Aging to expand an existing study social networks and health among older 50 70 yr adults in the Bay Area The Read more MHS Professor Laura Stark discusses the new rules for researchers using human subjects October 23 2015 Read more MHS Professor Derek Griffith discusses conflated screening and diagnostic testing to examine potential biases in colorectal cancer screening surveillance October 23 2015 To read the article click here MHS Professor Dominique Béhague guest edits together with Samuel Lézé a Special Issue of Social Science and Medicine

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  • Undergraduate | Medicine, Health and Society
    for application to medical nursing public health and other healthcare professional schools In addition to credit for courses in sociology psychology and statistics often required by these schools MHS offers credit for up to 12 hours from the following list of biomedical courses BSCI 110a 110b Introduction to Biological Sciences BSCI 220 2520 Biochemistry CHEM 220a 220b 2221 2222 or 218a 218b 2211 2212 Organic Chemistry NURS 210a 210b 3101 3102 Anatomy and Physiology NURS 231a 1601 Introduction to Nutrition and 231b 1602 Nutrition and Health Because MHS is an interdisciplinary major students are able to simultaneously complete their major and AXLE requirements A list of MHS courses and which AXLE requirements they fulfill is available on the MHS website under the Forms tab 5 What are some special features of the MHS undergraduate program The flexibility of the MHS curriculum allows most interested students to meet graduation requirements complete prerequisites for application to professional school and still have time to spend a semester abroad MHS study abroad programs are available in Copenhagen Aix en Provence and Cape Town However because MHS is an interdisciplinary major students can typically earn credit toward the MHS major through most of Vanderbilt s study abroad programs Through the MHS Honors Program qualified majors conduct individual research projects in collaboration with faculty members This research culminates in the writing and presentation of a senior thesis Students who complete the program successfully will receive Honors or Highest Honors in Medicine Health and Society The program should substantially aid those intending to attend graduate or professional school Students apply to the honors program in spring semester junior year Medicine Health and Society offers students the opportunity to earn a Bachelor s and Master s degree in just five years of study through Vanderbilt s 4 1 BA MA program The MHS Master s degree in the Social Foundations of Health emphasizes health disparities interdisciplinary faculty student collaboration critical thinking research skills and social contexts of health through a topically and methodologically broad curriculum The program is aimed at students who want to gain research experience enhance their interdisciplinary training and generally strengthen their applications before entering medical or professional school Students begin graduate level courses in the second semester of their senior year Please see our Events schedule for lectures seminars and special events sponsored by the Center for Medicine Health and Society 6 Can students do independent study research and internships in MHS Yes Students may earn MHS credit for independent study research internships and service learning projects MHS 296 3850 Independent Study is a program of reading and or research to be selected in consultation with an adviser Internships and service learning combine practical training with academic research Under faculty supervision students gain experience in a broad range of public and private health related agencies Students interested in an independent study service learning or internship should discuss the project with their MHS adviser during the registration period Forms and project descriptions are due before

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  • Major | Medicine, Health and Society
    4 digit numbers please consult the Course Renumbering Lookup Tool 36 credit hours of course work distributed as follows 1 CORE COURSE One of the following core courses 3 hours MHS 170 1920 Politics of Health MHS 180 1940 Racial Ethnic Health Disparities MHS 201 1930 Fundamental Issues in MHS MHS 1950 Theories of the Body MHS 208 2110 American Medicine in the World MHS 232 2230 Masculinity and Men s Health ANTH 242 2342 Biology of Inequality 2 CONCENTRATION Four courses 12 hours not used to satisfy the core course or elective requirements in one of the concentrations areas Global health Health behaviors and health sciences Health policies and economies Race inequality and health Medicine humanities and arts Critical health studies Lists of applicable courses are listed in the Catalog 3 ELECTIVES Seven courses not used to satisfy the core course or concentration requirements chosen from the catalog 21 credit hours All MHS and MHS approved courses may count as electives except MHS 293a 3880 and 294a 3831 Up to 12 hours from the following list may be counted toward MHS electives BSCI 110a b BSCI 220 2520 CHEM 220a b 2221 2222 or 218a 218b 5401 5501 NURS 210a b 3101 3102 NURS 231a b 1601 1602 4 DISCIPLINARY REQUIREMENT At least three credit hours from the following courses must be used to satisfy the concentration requirement or electives requirement ANTH 240 3143 Medical Anthropology ANTH 250 3141 Anthropology of Healing ECON 221 2350 Health Care Policy ECON 268 3350 Economics of Health HIST 280 2800 Modern Medicine MHS 205W 3050W Medicine and Literature PHIL 108 1008 108W 1008W Introduction to Medical Ethics PHIL 270 3608 Ethics and Medicine PSCI 268 3268 American Health Policy PSY 268 3268 Health Psychology SOC 237 3301 Society and Medicine SOC 268

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  • Minor | Medicine, Health and Society
    ANTH 242 2342 Biology of Inequality 2 CONCENTRATION Three courses 9 hours in one of the concentrations areas Global health Health behaviors and health sciences Health policies and economies Race inequality and health Medicine humanities and arts Applicable courses are listed in the Catalog 3 ELECTIVES Two additional courses chosen from the list of approved courses except for those listed under Basic Biomedical Sciences Option 6 credit hours 4 DISCIPLINARY REQUIREMENT At least three credit hours from the following courses must be used to satisfy the concentration requirement or electives requirement ANTH 240 3143 Medical Anthropology ANTH 250 3141 Anthropology of Healing ECON 221 2350 Health Care Policy ECON 268 3350 Economics of Health HIST 280 2800 Modern Medicine MHS 205W 3050W Medicine and Literature PHIL 108 1008 108W 1008W Introduction to Medical Ethics PHIL 270 3608 Ethics and Medicine PSCI 268 3268 American Health Policy PSY 268 3635 Health Psychology SOC 237 3301 Society and Medicine SOC 268 3304 Race Gender and Health WGS 240 2240 Introduction to Women s Health OLD Minor Requirements 18 credit hours of course work distributed as follows 1 CORE COURSES Two of the following core courses 6 hours ANTH 240 3143 Medical Anthropology or ANTH 250 3141 Anthropology and Healing BSCI 105 1105 Human Biology ECON 268 3350 Economics of Health HIST 280 2800 Modern Medicine or ASIA 230 2630 Chinese Medicine MHS 201 1930 Fundamental Issues in Medicine Health and Society MHS 202 3010 Perspectives on Global Public Health or MHS 203 3020 U S Public Health Ethics Policy MHS 205W 3050W Literature and Medicine or SPAN 274 4760 Literature and Medicine MHS 248 2150 Medical Humanities PHIL 108 1008 108W 1008W Introduction to Medical Ethics or PHIL 270 3608 Ethics and Medicine PSY 268 3635 Health Psychology or P PSY 2560

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