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  • Video Clips | media | Ingram | Vanderbilt University
    community needs The program encourages Ingram Scholars to work with established not for profit and business groups and to create projects that become self sustaining The career goals of Ingram Scholars will represent the full spectrum of business and business related possibilities including the professional fields Upon graduation these students will become leaders in informed and creative ways Mentoring undergraduate students assisting them with summer internships or job placement and involving others in vital community service are all ways that Ingram Scholars will continue the work they began at Vanderbilt University Ultimately the program seeks to develop an active network of Ingram Scholar alumni who not only continue their commitment to positive social change but also nurture the social sensibilities of others in their volunteer and professional lives The Ingram Scholarship Program is a unique and innovative example of how a university can prepare students for responsible careers as well as a lifetime of useful contributions to the well being of others If you are committed to positive social change and if you possess the qualities of maturity leadership and initiative you should consider this challenging and rewarding program Summer Projects The summer service project is an opportunity for Scholars to challenge their service skills and awareness to reflect on their own understanding of service and partner with a community or organization for eight weeks during any undergraduate summer During the academic year Scholars interested in completing a summer service project must attend all of the monthly Summer Project workshops Scholars submit a written proposal that extensively outlines the objectives of their work Each Ingram Scholar will have the opportunity to develop at least one summer service project Scholars will be strongly encouraged to do their first project in the United States followed by the possibility of doing the second

    Original URL path: http://www.vanderbilt.edu/ingram/media/videoclips.php (2016-02-16)
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  • High School Applicants | Apply | Ingram | Vanderbilt University
    Scholarship Program must be submitted by December 1 2015 for prospective freshmen students Learn more by watching this video clip Check out our Scholar Profile here Applicants will be asked to answer the following questions 1 What makes a good leader Please limit your response to 500 words 2 Describe your two most meaningful community service activities and your role in them Please limit your response to 500 words 3 Why do you engage in community service Please limit your response to 500 words Be advised the Ingram Scholarship Program does not read applicants Common Apps or supplemental admissions materials as a part of the evaluation process Unsolicited items such as artwork portfolios recordings CDs DVDs etc will not be reviewed Students applying to the Ingram Scholarship Program must also submit two letters of reference Learn more here Be on the lookout for an automatically generated confirmation email once your recommender has submitted his or her letter If you have questions about the receipt of your letters of recommendation or application please contact the Office of Student Financial Aid and Scholarships at 615 322 3591 PLEASE NOTE If an Ingram Scholarship Program recommendation letter is submitted by a registered recommender prior to the submission of your Ingram Scholarship Program application in MyAppVU the recommendation letter status will update in MyAppVU 3 5 business days after you submit your Ingram Scholarship application via your MyAppVU account Over the past four years the total number of applicants has been just over 4000 and we have made 107 scholarship offers or 17 per year on average For additional information about the Ingram Scholarship Program please contact Ingram Scholarship Program PMB 504 230 Appleton Place Nashville TN 37203 Tel 615 322 8586 E mail ingramscholarshipprogram vanderbilt edu For additional information about scholarships please contact

    Original URL path: http://www.vanderbilt.edu/ingram/apply/highschoolapplicants.php (2016-02-16)
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  • Current VU Student Applicants | Apply | Ingram | Vanderbilt University
    to year depending on the number of graduating seniors in the Ingram Scholarship Program and the number of incoming first year students from the high school selections process Applicants will be asked to answer the following questions 1 What makes a good leader Please limit your response to 500 words 2 Describe your two most important community service activities and your role in them Please limit your response to 500 words 3 Why do you engage in community service Please limit your response to 500 words Students applying to the Ingram Scholarship Program must also submit two letters of reference Learn more here Be on the lookout for an automatically generated confirmation email once your recommender has submitted his or her letter If you have questions about the receipt of your letters of recommendation or application please contact the Office of Student Financial Aid and Scholarships at 615 322 3591 For additional information about the Ingram Scholarship Program please contact Ingram Scholarship Program PMB 504 230 Appleton Place Nashville TN 37203 Tel 615 322 8586 E mail ingramscholarshipprogram vanderbilt edu For additional information about scholarships please contact Office of Student Financial Aid and Undergraduate Scholarships 2309 West End Avenue Nashville

    Original URL path: http://www.vanderbilt.edu/ingram/apply/currentapplicants.php (2016-02-16)
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  • Key Dates | Apply | Ingram | Vanderbilt University
    of Recommendation Contact Us Key Dates Prospective Students High School Seniors Early Fall 2015 Scholarship application available online December 1 2015 Postmark deadline for Ingram Scholarship Program applications AND letters of reference Midnight CST Late January 2016 Ingram Scholar Finalists invited to interview on campus February 14 16 2016 Ingram Scholar Finalists interview on campus Late February 2016 Notification via online posting for Ingram Scholarship recipients Current Vanderbilt First Year and Sophomore Students February 1 2016 Scholarship application available online March 1 2016 Postmark deadline for Ingram Scholarship Program applications AND letters of reference Midnight CST Mid April 2016 Current Vanderbilt student Finalists are interviewed on campus Back Home GO Key Dates 12 01 2015 Ingram Scholarship Program High School Seniors applications due 03 15 2016 Ingram Scholarship Program Current Vanderbilt First Year Sophomore Students applications due MORE KEY DATES Recent News Reminder Deadline for Women s Center award nominations Feb 26 February 15 2016 Vanderbilt partners with Brown Harvard Cornell others to develop new study abroad programs February 15 2016 Chancellor s Higher Education Fellowship aims to build leadership pipeline February 15 2016 Dobson named associate dean of students February 15 2016 Patel lab named greenest group on campus

    Original URL path: http://www.vanderbilt.edu/ingram/apply/key-dates.php (2016-02-16)
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  • Letters of Recommendation | Apply | Ingram | Vanderbilt University
    request letters of recommendation Please arrange for two individuals to provide letters of recommendation in support of your application for the Ingram Scholarship Program You may select anyone from your community who you believe can best address your strength of personal character commitment to community service and leadership qualities Complete the Recommendation Letter Request form by entering the name and email of two individuals from whom you would like to request letters of recommendation An email will be sent to each individual asking for a letter of recommendation You should communicate clearly with these individuals before submitting their contact information about the importance of their recommendations and allow them sufficient time to complete their recommendations thoroughly Please advise them to check any email or spam filters they may have enabled to make sure it allows email from ingramscholarshipprogram vanderbilt edu Be on the lookout for an automatically generated confirmation email once your recommender has submitted his or her letter If you have questions about the receipt of your letters of recommendation or application please contact the Office of Student Financial Aid and Scholarships at 615 322 3591 Should you seek a reference from someone without e mail access please have him or her send their letter of reference to the address below Ingram Scholarship Program PMB 504 230 Appleton Place Nashville TN 37203 The deadline for High School Students is December 1 2015 The deadline for Current Vanderbilt First Year and Sophomores to submit letters of reference is March 15 2016 Back Home GO Key Dates 12 01 2015 Ingram Scholarship Program High School Seniors applications due 03 15 2016 Ingram Scholarship Program Current Vanderbilt First Year Sophomore Students applications due MORE KEY DATES Recent News Reminder Deadline for Women s Center award nominations Feb 26 February 15 2016 Vanderbilt

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  • Contact Us | About | Ingram | Vanderbilt University
    PHYSICAL location is 1801 Edgehill Avenue Suite 106 Rooms 116 118 Our new MAILING address is PMB 504 230 Appleton Place Nashville TN 37203 5721 Our main office number did NOT change 615 322 8586 Directions Take 21st Avenue to Edgehill near elevated walkway across 21st Ave Take Edgehill almost to 18th Ave The Curb Center is at Edgehill 18th Enter 1801 Edgehill through the courtyard to the right of the Curb Center Enter the 2nd set of double glass doors Walk straight down the hallway for approx 18 yards towards the Seigenthaler Center Suite 106 will be on the right Offices 116 118 are along the back wall to the right ingramscholarshipprogram vanderbilt edu Follow us on Facebook for the most recent updates Back Home GO Key Dates 12 01 2015 Ingram Scholarship Program High School Seniors applications due 03 15 2016 Ingram Scholarship Program Current Vanderbilt First Year Sophomore Students applications due MORE KEY DATES Recent News Reminder Deadline for Women s Center award nominations Feb 26 February 15 2016 Vanderbilt partners with Brown Harvard Cornell others to develop new study abroad programs February 15 2016 Chancellor s Higher Education Fellowship aims to build leadership pipeline February 15

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  • Connect to Vanderbilt
    accommodations due 7 14 8 11 AlcoholEdu and Haven available 7 15 Commodore Cash selections due 7 23 8 27 Open enrollment and student change period 7 23 8 1 Student health insurance plan waivers due Undergraduate student account agreement due 8 13 8 22 Post Office receiving packages for Move In Undergraduate student account agreement due 8 19 Fall tuition fees and other charges due 8 19 Move in for Transfer Students 1 00pm 4 00pm Getting Ready for Vanderbilt Getting Ready for College VUnetID Vanderbilt Email Computing Privileges and Responsibilities Housing Applications The Living and Study Habits Survey Roommates Roommate and Hall Mate Requests Requests for Special Accommodation Room Furnishings What to Bring What not to Bring Purchases Rental Options and Other Services Barnes Noble re cycle and Refridge a dore Summer Storage Technology on Campus ResNet Video Network TeleVU Course Registration Commodore Card Photo Submission for Commodore Card Commodore Cash Selection Commodore Card Management Reporting your Commodore Card Lost or Stolen Commodore Cash vs Meal Money Undergraduate Student Account Agreement Student Account e Billing Granting Access to e Bills to Parents or Guardians Health Insurance and Immunizations Health Insurance Health Questionnaire Forms Mandatory Immunization Compliance Mandatory Online Education Programs AlcoholEdu VU s Personal Empowerment through Self Awareness Module VU PETSA Student Financial Aid Frequently Asked Financial Aid Questions Purchases and Shipping for College Shipping Packages for Move In Picking up Packages During Move In Preparing for Move In Move In for International Students Shipping Packages for Move In Picking Up Packages During Move In Banking Hotels Transport from Airport to Campus Transfer Student Orientation Transfer Student Orientation Schedule Campus Life Vanderbilt Community Creed First Year Student Meal Plan Housing and Residential Education OHARE Transportation Cars Car Sharing Programs Bicycles Vandy Vans Walking Escorts Public Transportation Academic Resources

    Original URL path: http://www.vanderbilt.edu/transfer/ (2016-02-16)
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  • About Us | Cal Turner Program | Vanderbilt University
    in their professional spheres and leadership through their professions for the common good Cal Turner Jr endowed the program in 1994 in the name of his father Cal Turner co founder of Dollar General Stores Corporation Staff Graham Reside PhD Executive Director Graham Reside comes to the Cal Turner Program with a background in leadership development and academic training in the areas of sociology of religion and morality His interests include ethics sociology of culture and religion sociology of the professions and the sociology of emotions Dr Reside s research and teaching interests are in the role of social institutions as schools of moral formation Through the shaping of our ideas values and sentiments the various professional spheres provide particular moral understandings of the virtuous self and the good society As the director of the Cal Turner Program Graham seeks to facilitate discussions across the various professions about their moral purposes and perspectives and to encourage professionals to consider how they contribute to the common good Katharine Baker PhD Associate Director Katharine Baker understands her vocation to be fostering human development personal and professional As a teacher and mentor she works to assist others in becoming self reflective individuals who can access their own inner wisdom to create new understandings and possibilities for action She is inspired by the mission of the Cal Turner Program to help professionals form ethical identities that motivate them to work for the common good collaborating across professional boundaries to address our most challenging social problems Katharine has taught in the disciplines of professional studies leadership development pedagogy religion and human development theology pastoral care and spirituality Prior to her academic career Katharine worked as a professional in nonprofit and corporate settings providing expertise in writing corporate communications and both public and employee relations She

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