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  • Craig E. Philip was recognized by Seamen’s Church Institute with their Lifetime Achievement Award | Vanderbilt Center for Transportation and Operational Resiliency (VECTOR) | Vanderbilt University
    AIS Data for Improved Vessel Trip Analysis Capabilities Regional Traffic and Safety Information Dissemination Phase III Completed Research Projects Academics Traffic Lab Links Contact Us Home Uncategorized Craig E Philip was recognized by Seamen s Church Institute with their Lifetime Achievement Award Craig E Philip was recognized by Seamen s Church Institute with their Lifetime Achievement Award Posted by hastyc on Monday January 4 2016 in Uncategorized Craig E Philip was recognized by Seamen s Church Institute with their Lifetime Achievement Award recognizing his contributions to mariner safety and training through his work with the Coast Guard and the Center for Maritime Education Award was presented at the Silver Bell Annual Dinner June 4 2015 Comments are closed Back Home Recent News Hiba Baroud presented a poster at the Society for Risk Analysis Annual Meeting 1 4 16 Craig E Philip has been appointed by the Transportation Research Board to its new Section on Transportation Systems Resilience 1 4 16 Craig E Philip has been appointed by the National Research Council to the TRB Committee for the Study of Domestic Transportation of Petroleum Natural Gas and Ethanol 1 4 16 Craig E Philip presented paper at the 5th SmartRivers Conference

    Original URL path: http://www.vanderbilt.edu/vector/2016/01/craig-e-philip-was-recognized-by-seamen%e2%80%99s-church-institute-with-their-lifetime-achievement-award/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Welcome Paul Johnson as new Grad Student Research Assistant | Vanderbilt Center for Transportation and Operational Resiliency (VECTOR) | Vanderbilt University
    Strategy Development Impact Estimation of the Effects of Climate Change on Freight Transportation Infrastructure Managing the Impacts of Climate Change on Freight Transportation Operations and Infrastructure A Leadership Summit Mining AIS Data for Improved Vessel Trip Analysis Capabilities Regional Traffic and Safety Information Dissemination Phase III Completed Research Projects Academics Traffic Lab Links Contact Us Home Uncategorized Welcome Paul Johnson as new Grad Student Research Assistant Welcome Paul Johnson as new Grad Student Research Assistant Posted by hastyc on Monday December 14 2015 in Uncategorized Comments are closed Back Home Recent News Hiba Baroud presented a poster at the Society for Risk Analysis Annual Meeting 1 4 16 Craig E Philip has been appointed by the Transportation Research Board to its new Section on Transportation Systems Resilience 1 4 16 Craig E Philip has been appointed by the National Research Council to the TRB Committee for the Study of Domestic Transportation of Petroleum Natural Gas and Ethanol 1 4 16 Craig E Philip presented paper at the 5th SmartRivers Conference Buenos Aires Argentina Sept 9 2015 1 4 16 Craig E Philip was recognized by Seamen s Church Institute with their Lifetime Achievement Award 1 4 16 Welcome Paul Johnson

    Original URL path: http://www.vanderbilt.edu/vector/2015/12/welcome-paul-johnson-as-new-grad-student-research-assistant/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Welcome Hiba Baroud as a new Faculty Member! | Vanderbilt Center for Transportation and Operational Resiliency (VECTOR) | Vanderbilt University
    for both Vanderbilt s School of Engineering and the victims of natural disasters Baroud found a way to combine her risk analysis and statistics skills her love of teaching and her passion for helping people in need Her research is in Bayesian statistics where she can integrate multiple sources of information including historical data and experts knowledge to improve prediction accuracy For example in predicting the impacts of a flood on inland waterways and creating a recovery strategy she uses historical data such as weather previous disruptions and the condition of the infrastructure But she also uses information gathered from experts the decision makers and rescue workers who have managed recovery efforts for decades The advantage of using Bayesian modeling is that it incorporates the knowledge and expertise of risk managers as opposed to traditional methods that rely solely on assumptions and limited data The advantage of using Bayesian modeling is that it incorporates the knowledge and expertise of risk managers as opposed to traditional methods that rely solely on assumptions and limited data Baroud explained Her teaching at Vanderbilt will bridge a gap between an introductory statistics class that all civil engineering majors take and the real world structural problems they must solve in more advanced courses She also wants to expand work done while she was earning her Ph D in industrial and systems engineering from the University of Oklahoma where she worked most recently Daniel Dubois Vanderbilt While most of Baroud s research there pertained to risks involved with inland waterways she d like to expand it to more complicated types of infrastructure and the big data problems that come along with those for example all of the major transportation and power grid issues arising from Hurricane Sandy in 2012 With a heavy focus on risk at

    Original URL path: http://www.vanderbilt.edu/vector/2015/12/1270/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Vanderbilt Center for Transportation and Operational Resiliency (VECTOR) › Log In
    Vanderbilt Center for Transportation and Operational Resiliency VECTOR Username Password Remember Me Lost your password Back to Vanderbilt Center for Transportation and Operational Resiliency VECTOR

    Original URL path: http://www.vanderbilt.edu/vector/wp-login.php (2016-02-16)
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  • About OIS | Global Support Services | Vanderbilt University
    Central Time Kathryn Hofeldt kathryn hofeldt vanderbilt edu 615 322 0344 Director of Global Support Services Peter Nordberg peter nordberg vanderbilt edu 615 343 5681 Administrative Officer Immigration Services Student Life Center 310 25th Avenue South Suite 110 Nashville TN 37240 ois vanderbilt edu for immigration and Vanderbilt visa related questions Maya Nashabi maya nashabi vanderbilt edu 615 875 8996 International Tax Student Life Center 310 25th Avenue South Suite

    Original URL path: http://www.vanderbilt.edu/gss/about/index.php (2016-02-16)
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  • International Tax | Global Support Services | Vanderbilt University
    for Tax Purposes Royalties Scholarships Fellowships Service Free Stipends SFS Services or Work Outside the USA Social Security Numbers SSN Taxpayer Identification Numbers ITIN Speaker or Consultant Fees Special W 4 Rules for Nonresident Aliens Substantial Presence Test SPT Tax Treaties the Saving Clause Exception to the Saving Clause Tax Treaties Link to IRS website Wages and Salary for International Employees Working without a Social Security Number INTERNATIONAL TAX FORMS

    Original URL path: http://www.vanderbilt.edu/gss/international-tax/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Export Compliance | Vanderbilt University
    at Vanderbilt View our Vanderbilt Export Compliance Awareness Video What You Need To Know by clicking this link to The Learning Exchange Enter the name of the module in the Find a Course search box to enroll in and launch the module Remember to click the magnifying glass icon to begin the search Transactions That May Trigger an Export Control Issue Traveling to Cuba Contact vec vanderbilt edu first for current requirements Shipping equipment to a foreign country Collaborating with foreign colleagues in foreign countries Hosting Foreign Visitors on campus Exposing foreign nationals to research labs Training of students foreign nationals on research protocols or equipment Working with a foreign country subject to US embargo Sponsor approval rights over publication Sponsor limit on participation of foreign students Hiring a Foreign National Visa Deemed Export Questionnaire H1B OR Visa Deemed Export Questionnaire for non H1B Traveling overseas to attend a conference Frequently Asked Questions What is an export What is export control W ho oversees export control regulations Who is responsible for export compliance What do I need to know When should I contact VEC Can I take my Vanderbilt owned laptop PDA or other electronic device on foreign trips Do export controls apply even when no publication or citizenship restrictions are associated with my research Can classes or courses be subject to export controls How long does it take to get an export license I purchase equipment and supplies for faculty member in my department is there anything I should do to help prevent possible export control violations Where else can I find export control guidance GO Upcoming Seminars Training Fundamentals of Export Control Every Wednesday from 9 00 to 10 00 am Student Life Center 310 25th Ave S Conference Room 109 Click here to make a reservation to

    Original URL path: http://www.vanderbilt.edu/exportcompliance/ (2016-02-16)
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  • International Travel and Safety | Travel | Global Support Services | Vanderbilt University
    International Travel Registration FAQs Restricted Regions List Some international travel is restricted including countries currently under a US Department of State Travel Warning Please see the Restricted Regions list for more information Study Abroad Risk Assessment Committee SARAC Role of the Committee The Study Abroad Risk Assessment Committee is responsible for authorizing an education or service abroad opportunity that is sponsored by the University or involves University programs when there is a significant health or safety concern The Committee is also responsible for deciding whether to suspend an education abroad opportunity when health or safety concerns emerge shortly before a program starts or while it is in progress How to apply International SOS Vanderbilt has contracted with International SOS to provide emergency travel assistance and evacuation services for all students faculty and staff members traveling internationally on Vanderbilt related business Read a summary of services here Prior to embarking on an international trip all VU travelers should complete the Personal Traveler Locator on the portal This ensures coverage and provides the contact information needed by ISOS and Vanderbilt to locate the traveler in the event of a crisis or emergency Register your travel on the ISOS portal International SOS Assistance App When you travel with the International SOS Assistance App on your smartphone help is just a click away Whether you have an emergency or just need advice or information on your travel destination the Assistance App provides you with quick and convenient access to the benefits of your International SOS membership The Assistance App is available for BlackBerry iPhone Android and Microsoft smartphones To download it visit app internationalsos com from your smartphone s browser When you first start the App you ll be asked to enter your Membership Number Vanderbilt 11BSGM000066 or you may register your university issued

    Original URL path: http://www.vanderbilt.edu/gss/travel/International-travel-registration.php (2016-02-16)
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