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  • Arts and Science Magazine » Spring 2012
    the house at any given time Whenever I didn t know the meaning of a word she would send me to one of those books and eventually I began to dive into them on my own accord a view from Kirkland Heart s Content Life is full for Dr Antonio Gotto world renowned expert on atherosclerosis the primary cause of cardiovascular disease After stepping down as dean of Cornell University s medical school he continues as a leader at heart Read more A Place to Learn a Place to Grieve a Place to Thrive Whenever I think about my years at Vanderbilt I still shake my head with a tad of disbelief and think How did circumstances even allow me to apply to Vanderbilt Read more Five Minutes with Anthony B Hmelo Spend five minutes with Tony Hmelo a research professor whose work has taken him from NASA to nanoscience and from New York to Nashville Read more Now and Later Would you refuse to drink bottled water if it would help your yet to be born great grandchild That s a delicate balance the contemporary demand for immediate gratification and the responsibility to secure and protect resources for the future Understanding and managing these competing issues has been the topic of the Sustainability Project a yearlong Vanderbilt wide exploration under the aegis of the College of Arts and Science s American Studies program and funded by the College of Arts and Science s Fant Fund Read more Turning Pro Could an answer to America s shortage of science and math STEM students be as simple as being able to do meaningful research as undergraduates Students in the SyBBURE Searle initative are already on the path to research careers Read more Arts Science Notebook Forget Macs or Droids These Students

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  • Arts and Science Magazine » Up Close
    Shinawi her undergraduate life has featured the learning experience of juggling classes homework and research Read more Active Earth by Mardy Fones Fall 2010 Up Close EES researchers study Earth s history while the planet is still making it In the College of Arts and Science if you re going to study Earth and environmental sciences EES you get out of the classroom So in the Cascade Range of Washington State Professor Calvin Miller and his students examine Mount St Helens Beside a river in Bangladesh Associate Professors Jonathan Gilligan and Steven Goodbred Jr help students try to find answers to that country s fresh water needs And in frozen Antarctica Professor Molly Miller tracks environmental changes in the face of global warming Read more The Craft of an Art by Jan Read Spring 2010 Up Close Selective M F A program in creative writing draws attention and applicants Within the brick walls of Benson Hall s top floor lies an incubator for the next generation of writers Home to Vanderbilt s master of fine arts program in creative writing the fourth floor hallways are lined with books comfortable reading chairs and the workplaces of renowned authors mentoring some of the campus best student writers Read more Behavior and the Brain by Sandy Smith Fall 2009 Up Close Psychology department strengths lead to national recognition and discovery Forget what you ve seen on The Sopranos One Flew Over the Cuckoo s Nest Frasier or cop shows Despite the almost universal depiction of psychology in the media the Department of Psychology in the College of Arts and Science focuses on the bigger picture how brain processes affect human behavior Read more Broadly Concentrated by Sandy Smith Spring 2009 Up Close Sociology department builds on existing strengths in key areas Sociology department builds on existing strengths in key areas Sometimes new leaders make their mark on an organization by changing everything Fortunately for the Department of Sociology new chair Katharine Donato doesn t hold that philosophy Instead Donato is building on the strengths of the programs in place to generate growth Read more Fully Equipped by Sandy Smith Fall 2008 Up Close The Managerial Studies program blends liberal arts strengths with business know how The Managerial Studies program blends liberal arts strengths with business know how In this global fast changing digital age people in business need to know more than just business That s why the Managerial Studies program in the College of Arts and Science combines a liberal arts education cultivating creativity knowledge innovation and the ability to think critically with a strategic foundation in business methods Read more Change the World Spring 2008 Up Close One major combines learning research and service to develop real world solutions now One undergraduate travels to Jamaica to research whether the health clinic is open when the population needs it most Another works with a local hospice A third studies the effect of literacy on diabetics renal function Vanderbilt has always strived to

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  • Arts and Science Magazine » Where Are You?
    Spring 2009 Where Are You Go to answer Read more Where Are You Fall 2008 Where Are You Go to the answer Read more Where Are You Spring 2008 Where Are You Go to the answer Photo by Steve Green Read more Arts Science Notebook Forget Macs or Droids These Students Use Blackberries Undergraduate Support beyond the Classroom Four Take a Bow and Chairs What is an Excellent Accomplishment Alex Becoming Emeritus Departments A View from Kirkland Hall And the Award Goes to Arts and Science in the World Arts and Science Notebook Back in the Day Creative Output Donor Report Fall 2009 Fall 2010 Fall 2011 Feature First Person Five Minutes With Forum Giving Great Minds Hearts Content In Place Open Book Rigor and Relevance Spring 2010 Spring 2011 Spring 2012 Up Close Where Are You And the Award Goes to Larry Bartels May Werthan Shayne Professor of Public Policy and Social Science and Randolph Blake Centennial Professor of Psychology were elected to the National Academy of Science Election is considered one of the highest honors accorded U S scientists Richard Blackett Andrew Jackson Professor of American History has been named the Harold Vyvyan Harmsworth Visiting Professor of American

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  • Arts and Science Magazine » » And the Award Goes to
    Academia Europaea a nongovernmental association of independent scientists and scholars in arts and sciences Julian F Hillyer assistant professor of biological sciences is the 2012 recipient of the Recognition Award in Insect Physiology Biochemistry and Toxicology from the Southeastern branch of the Entomological Society of America The award recognizes and encourages innovation in insect research Hillyer Associate Professor of Political Science Cindy Kam received the Emerging Scholar Award from the Elections Voting Behavior and Public Opinion section of the American Political Science Association and the Erik H Erikson Early Career Award from the International Society of Political Psychology Jonathan Lamb Andrew W Mellon Professor of the Humanities and William Luis Gertrude Conaway Vanderbilt Professor of Spanish received 2012 Guggenheim Fellowship Awards The two are among only 181 scholars artists and scientists chosen from nearly 3 000 applicants Sokrates T Pantelides University Distinguished Professor of Physics and Engineering was honored for career achievement at the 27th Panhellenic Conference on Solid State Physics and Materials Science held at his birthplace Limassol Cyprus M L Sandoz senior lecturer in communication studies was named 2011 SEC Debate Director of the Year Seligson Mitchell Seligson Centennial Professor of Political Science and director of the Latin American Public Opinion Project has been confirmed to the General Assembly of the Inter American Institute of Human Rights the IIHR s highest governing body He is one of only four U S members photo credit Joe Howell John Russell Comments are closed Arts Science Notebook Forget Macs or Droids These Students Use Blackberries Undergraduate Support beyond the Classroom Four Take a Bow and Chairs What is an Excellent Accomplishment Alex Becoming Emeritus Departments A View from Kirkland Hall And the Award Goes to Arts and Science in the World Arts and Science Notebook Back in the Day Creative Output

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  • Arts and Science Magazine » » Be not afraid of greatness—Twelfth Night,Act 2, Scene 5
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  • Arts and Science Magazine » Past Issues
    2005 Summer 2004 Winter 2004 Summer 2003 Winter 2003 Spring 2002 Winter 2002 Fall 2001 Spring 2001 Winter 2001 Winter 2000 Fall 2000 Spring 2000 In order to read back issues of A S Cornerstone you need the free Adobe Acrobat Reader If you do not have it click here to download it Arts Science Notebook Forget Macs or Droids These Students Use Blackberries Undergraduate Support beyond the Classroom Four Take a Bow and Chairs What is an Excellent Accomplishment Alex Becoming Emeritus Departments A View from Kirkland Hall And the Award Goes to Arts and Science in the World Arts and Science Notebook Back in the Day Creative Output Donor Report Fall 2009 Fall 2010 Fall 2011 Feature First Person Five Minutes With Forum Giving Great Minds Hearts Content In Place Open Book Rigor and Relevance Spring 2010 Spring 2011 Spring 2012 Up Close Where Are You And the Award Goes to Larry Bartels May Werthan Shayne Professor of Public Policy and Social Science and Randolph Blake Centennial Professor of Psychology were elected to the National Academy of Science Election is considered one of the highest honors accorded U S scientists Richard Blackett Andrew Jackson Professor of American History

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  • Arts at VU Listserv | The Arts at Vanderbilt | Vanderbilt University
    the Arts at Vanderbilt Tickets Vanderbilt Dance Program Classes Vanderbilt Dyer Observatory Concerts Vanderbilt Opera Theatre Vanderbilt Visiting Writers Series How To Apply for Student Activities Funds Check out a Keyboard Mic etc Get Tickets Make Art on Campus Promote Your Event Reserve Rehearsal Space or Performance Venue Submit a Project to the ACE Design Team Subscribe to Arts at VU Listserv Support the Arts at Vanderbilt Nashville Arts Resources Belcourt Theater Bluebird Café Cheekwood Botanical Garden and Museum of Art Chinese Arts Alliance of Nashville Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum Frist Center for the Visual Arts Metropolitan Nashville Arts Commission Metro Arts Nashville Arts Magazine Nashville Ballet Nashville Children s Theatre Nashville Opera Nashville Symphony Ryman Auditorium Scarritt Bennett Center Tennessee Arts Commission TPAC Tennessee Performing Arts Center Tennessee Repertory Theatre Tennessee State Museum Home About Arts at VU Listserv Arts at VU Listserv Arts at VU Listserv Form GO Upcoming Events 02 15 2016 TBA A Hidden Wholeness The Zen Photography of Thomas Merton 02 15 2016 10 00 a m David Krenz Ink Indefinite Exhibit 02 15 2016 11 00 a m The Last Laugh Selections from Michael Aurbach s Secrecy Series 02 15 2016

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  • Contact | The Arts at Vanderbilt | Vanderbilt University
    Series How To Apply for Student Activities Funds Check out a Keyboard Mic etc Get Tickets Make Art on Campus Promote Your Event Reserve Rehearsal Space or Performance Venue Submit a Project to the ACE Design Team Subscribe to Arts at VU Listserv Support the Arts at Vanderbilt Nashville Arts Resources Belcourt Theater Bluebird Café Cheekwood Botanical Garden and Museum of Art Chinese Arts Alliance of Nashville Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum Frist Center for the Visual Arts Metropolitan Nashville Arts Commission Metro Arts Nashville Arts Magazine Nashville Ballet Nashville Children s Theatre Nashville Opera Nashville Symphony Ryman Auditorium Scarritt Bennett Center Tennessee Arts Commission TPAC Tennessee Performing Arts Center Tennessee Repertory Theatre Tennessee State Museum Home About Contact Contact If you have questions about arts programming at Vanderbilt please contact the Office of the Arts Creative Engagement If you have a campus arts event that you would like to submit for consideration in the Arts at Vanderbilt Newsletter please send an email to arts at vanderbilt dot edu GO Upcoming Events 02 15 2016 TBA A Hidden Wholeness The Zen Photography of Thomas Merton 02 15 2016 10 00 a m David Krenz Ink Indefinite Exhibit 02

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