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  • Moore College | College Halls | Vanderbilt University
    that eventually I would live on central campus even though the only structure being discussed in those early days was the Martha Rivers Ingram Commons for first year students and that was not destined to be on central campus Nonetheless I was confident that one day I would live there Now more than 10 years later I watched with anxious anticipation as the College Halls grew into one of the most impressive structures on campus I also remind myself that this structure is also a home that as the faculty director of Moore college I share with over 600 students and my friend Doug Fisher the faculty director of Warren college and his wife Patricia Suddenly the immensity of what we are doing is apparent but it is always accompanied by a sense of adventure and excitement The philosophy of the College Halls indeed of the entire residential model is based in part on the idea of engaged community This means many things but among them is the idea of shared ideas and ongoing support for the interests of friends and hall mates As projects works of arts performances papers anything under the sun grow and develop the College Halls provide an audience and a critical sounding board Some students might want to show a series of their favorite films and lead discussions afterward Blair students could have a place to perform works that may or not get performed in Blair Students could support athletes from the floor who in turn would come to their presentation The opportunities for engagement in a community beyond the small ones most of us tend to live in is one of the most exciting aspects of the residential model and I am honored to help bring that model to a wider spectrum of Vanderbilt

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  • Moore College Personnel | College Halls | Vanderbilt University
    for Vanderbilt University Bicycle Racks Parking The Market History Overview Task Force Past News Releases Home Personnel Moore College Personnel Moore College Personnel Quick Numbers Area Maintenance Supervisor Keith Belcher A101b Moore 32 2 5601 VUPD 615 322 2745 and 615 421 1911 Faculty Director of Moore College Jim Lovensheimer is an associate professor of musicology at the Blair School of Music has turned a life long passion for musical theater of all kinds into the focus of his academic research and writing Professor Lovensheimer s office is in A105 Moore Contact Professor Lovensheimer at MooreFacultyDirector vanderbilt edu for an appointment Professor Lovensheimer s welcome to Moore Moore about Professor Lovensheimer Professor Lovensheimer s residence is A502 Moore College Halls Area Coordinator Matt Sinclair Office is A101c Moore Contact 615 322 4691 Office hours Fall 2015 are subject to change and are Tuesday 1 00 4 00pm Thursday 9 00 11 30am and Friday 1 00 4 00pm Matt and Andrea s residence is in Warren College College Halls Administrative Assistant Jo Ann McIntire Office is A105 Moore Contact 615 875 9639 Office Hours 8 4 30 Monday Friday Graduate Fellow Rice Hall Chelsea Flieger Office is A105a Moore Office hours Fall 2015 are Wednesday 9 30 11 00am and Thursday 9 30 11 00am and 2 00 4 00pm Contact Chelsea at RiceGradFellow vanderbilt edu for an appointment Graduate Fellow Smith Hall Brooke Thayer Office is A105b Moore Office hours Spring 2016 are Tuesday 12 00 2 30pm Contact Brooke at SmithGradFellow vanderbilt edu for an appointment Smith Hall Resident Advisers Rice Hall Resident Advisers Chukwukpee N Jasmine L Head Resident Clark S Joseph W Dean B Head Resident Maureen D Kya J Mackenzie S Vivek S GO Personnel Moore College Personnel Moore College Faculty Director Moore College Graduate

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  • Moore College Student Governance | College Halls | Vanderbilt University
    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 Warren and Moore Colleges Moore College Moore College Student Governance Moore College Student Governance Student governance at Moore College consists of ten members including three sophomores three juniors and three seniors as well as one Vanderbilt Student Government VSG representative The Moore Student Governance is charged to represent Moore College and to act in the collective interest of Moore College residents by promoting social and academic programming within a safe environment throughout Moore College Moore Student Governance meets once a week in the Moore Great Room These meetings are used to discuss upcoming events as well as to plan future events for the College Moore College residents are welcome to attend Meeting times will be announced in mid September The Constitution of Moore Student Governance includes additional information regarding meetings elections and membership requirements duties and expectations 2015 2016 Moore Student Governance Representatives GO Moore College Moore College Personnel Moore College Student Governance Stanford Moore Rice

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  • Stanford Moore | College Halls | Vanderbilt University
    Rooms Study Spaces Music Facilities Meeting Space for Vanderbilt University Bicycle Racks Parking The Market History Overview Task Force Past News Releases Home Warren and Moore Colleges Moore College Stanford Moore Stanford Moore Stanford Moore 1913 1982 B A 1935 Moore was born in Chicago but grew up in Nashville where his father was a member of the Vanderbilt Law School faculty He attended the Peabody Demonstration School and in 1935 graduated summa cum laude from Vanderbilt where he was a member of Phi Kappa Sigma fraternity He earned his doctorate in organic chemistry from the University of Wisconsin Madison in 1938 Moore then joined the staff of the Rockefeller Institute later Rockefeller University where he spent his entire professional career with the exception of a period of government service during World War II He became professor of biochemistry in 1952 In 1968 he was a visiting professor of health sciences at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine Moore shared a Nobel Prize in chemistry in 1972 with Christian B Anfinsen and William Howard Stein for work done at Rockefeller University on the structure of the enzyme ribonuclease and for contributing to the understanding of the connection between the chemical structure

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  • Rice Hall | College Halls | Vanderbilt University
    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 Warren and Moore Colleges Moore College Rice Hall Rice Hall Rice Hall This page is under construction GO Rice Hall Henry Grantland Rice

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  • Henry Grantland Rice | College Halls | Vanderbilt University
    Vanderbilt University Bicycle Racks Parking The Market History Overview Task Force Past News Releases Home Warren and Moore Colleges Moore College Rice Hall Henry Grantland Rice Henry Grantland Rice Henry Grantland Rice 1880 1954 B A 1901 A sports writer and poet whose columns became nationally syndicated beginning in 1930 Rice is known as the Dean of American Sports Writers and the most famous sports writer in America during the first half of the 20th century His poetry included Alumni Football which ends with the lines For when the One Great Scorer comes to write against your name He marks not that you won or lost but how you played the game To honor his 50 years in journalism the Grantland Rice Fellowship in Journalism was established with the New York Community Trust in 1951 In 1954 the Football Writers Association established the Grantland Rice Memorial Award given to an outstanding college player chosen by the association The Grantland Rice Bowl a college bowl game named in his honor was played from 1964 to 1977 He received the J G Taylor Spink Award posthumously in 1966 from the Baseball Writers Association of America for meritorious contributions to baseball writing Today

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  • Kelly Miller Smith | College Halls | Vanderbilt University
    College Smith Hall Kelly Miller Smith Kelly Miller Smith Kelly Miller Smith 1920 1984 Smith was a Baptist preacher author and leader in the American civil rights movement Raised in Mound Bayou Miss he entered Tennessee State University in 1938 as a music major Two years later he decided to focus on religious studies and received a B A in religion and music from Morehouse College in 1942 and a master of divinity degree from Howard University Divinity School in 1945 Smith moved to Nashville in 1951 and became pastor of First Baptist Church Capitol Hill a position he would retain until his death He became president of the Nashville NAACP in 1956 and co founded the Nashville Christian Leadership Council in 1958 Through the NCLC he helped to organize and support the local student sit in movement that would successfully end racial segregation at lunch counters in Nashville From 1968 to 1984 Smith served as assistant dean of Vanderbilt Divinity School where he taught Church and Ministry His papers which are housed at Special Collections at Vanderbilt University Library illuminate his skill as a creative and inspiring leader in religious thought as an academician and as an active citizen

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  • Warren College | College Halls | Vanderbilt University
    University Bicycle Racks Parking The Market History Overview Task Force Past News Releases Home Warren and Moore Colleges Warren College Warren College Warren College Long ago in Kentucky I a boy stood By a dirt road in first dark and heard The great geese hoot northward I could not see them there being no moon And the stars sparse I heard them I did not know what was happening in my heart Robert Penn Warren Audubon A Vision 1969 Welcome to Warren College Our students faculty and staff are a vibrant community of smart interested and interesting human souls We have introverts and extroverts conservatives and liberals thinkers and activists combinations and subdivisions thereof and a lot of in between because no one is a simple story We appreciate that robust and valued communities require all types of people and we aspire to benefit humanity and the planet through our individual and collective efforts These pages introduce Warren College Delbrück and Elliston halls Warren College personalities and namesakes and our programs including many with our partners at Moore College We intend Warren College as a mechanism an impressive collective intelligence for respecting what is happening in our hearts and minds

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