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  • Warren College Personnel | College Halls | Vanderbilt University
    1 1911 Faculty Director of Warren College Doug Fisher is an associate professor of computer science in the School of Engineering with research interests in artificial intelligence machine learning computational models of human cognition computing applications for environmental sustainability and computational creativity Professor Fisher s office is B106c though he is often working in the Warren Great Room or Delbrück or Elliston first floor living rooms and happy to talk when there Drop in Spring 2016 hours for residents are Wednesday s 4 30 pm 5 30 pm Warren 106c the faculty director office and by appointment Contact Professor Fisher by writing him at WarrenFacultyDirector vanderbilt edu Professor Fisher s welcome to Warren More about Doug and Patricia Fisher Doug and Patricia Fisher s residence is Warren 503 College Halls Area Coordinator Matt Sinclair Matt s office is A101c Moore Contact 32 2 4691 Drop in Fall 2015 office hours for residents are subject to change and are Tuesdays from 1 00 to 4 00pm Thursdays from 9 00 to 11 30am and Fridays from 1 00 to 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 Elliston Hall Grace Chee Grace s office is B106d Warren Drop in Spring 2016 office hours for residents are Tuesdays 9 00am to noon and Thursdays 1 00 3 00pm Contact Grace by writing her at EllistonGradFellow vanderbilt edu Graduate Fellow Delbrück Hall Nick Dressler Nick s office is B106e Warren Drop in Spring 2016 office hours for residents are Wednesdays from 12 00 to 2 00pm and Thursdays from 12 30 to 3 30pm Contact Nick by writing him at DelbruckGradFellow vanderbilt edu Delbrück Hall Resident

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  • Warren College Council | College Halls | Vanderbilt University
    or election of Warren College and seek to fulfill the needs of the community This body will serve as a liaison between residents staff members the Warren Faculty Director and resident advisers Warren College Council Constitution The Warren College Council WCC is a popularly elected body of residents of Warren College who are tasked with providing a voice to student concerns to both Warren Moore and Vanderbilt University administration and to plan meaningful programs for Warren residents Student governance at Warren College involves internal governance and programming as well as Warren College representation within the larger Vanderbilt Student Government VSG implemented through a single popularly elected Senator The missions of internal to Warren governance and external representation are clearly related but distinct In addition to its programming and advocating functions the Warren College Council can also initiate committees and other working groups choose methods for selecting the members of these groups from the Warren and larger community convene town hall meetings and more For full details on the capabilities and responsibilities of the Council please visit the Warren College Council Constitution Students are encouraged to make their ideas known about Warren College s future by talking to their council members their Resident Adviser RA their Graduate Fellow GF and their Faculty Director during office hours or other times The council can also be contacted directly at warrencollegecouncil vanderbilt edu 2015 2016 Student Governance Structure The Warren College Council governance structure includes a five person Executive Board which is elected in the Spring and a General Board of members at large which consists of a maximum of five people and is elected in the Fall The Executive Board is comprised of a Council Chair Programming Chair Finance Chair Public Relations Chair and Communications Chair The Warren College Vanderbilt Student Government Senator

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  • Robert Penn Warren | College Halls | Vanderbilt University
    1989 B A 1925 Warren was an American novelist poet critic and teacher best known for his treatment of moral dilemmas in a South beset by the erosion of its traditional rural values He was named the first poet laureate of the United States in 1986 When he enrolled at Vanderbilt in 1921 he became the youngest member of the group of poets called the Fugitives which included John Crowe Ransom Allen Tate Donald Davidson and Merrill Moore The Fugitives were advocates of the rural Southern agrarian tradition and based their poetry and critical perspective on classical aesthetic ideals After graduation in 1925 Warren studied at the University of California Berkeley M A 1927 and at Yale He then went to the University of Oxford as a Rhodes Scholar From 1930 to 1950 he served on the faculty of several colleges and universities including Vanderbilt and the University of Minnesota He taught at Yale University from 1951 to 1973 Though regarded as one of the best poets of his generation Warren was better known as a novelist His most popular novel All the King s Men 1946 won the Pulitzer Prize for fiction in 1947 and was made into an

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  • Delbrück Hall | College Halls | Vanderbilt University
    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 Warren College Delbrück Hall Delbrück Hall Delbrück Hall This page is under construction GO Delbrück Hall Max Ludwig Henning Delbrück

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  • Max Ludwig Henning Delbrück  | College Halls | Vanderbilt University
    for Vanderbilt University Bicycle Racks Parking The Market History Overview Task Force Past News Releases Home Warren and Moore Colleges Warren College Delbrück Hall Max Ludwig Henning Delbrück Max Ludwig Henning Delbrück Max Ludwig Henning Delbrück 1906 1981 A German American biophysicist Delbrück was born in 1906 in Berlin He studied astrophysics shifting toward theoretical physics at the University of Göttingen After receiving his Ph D he met Wolfgang Pauli and Niels Bohr and became interested in biology In 1937 he was offered a Rockefeller fellowship in the biology division at Caltech to research the genetics of the fruit fly While at Caltech Delbrück became acquainted with bacteria and their viruses He remained in the United States during World War II and taught physics at Vanderbilt from 1940 to 1947 while continuing his genetic research In 1942 Delbrück and Salvador Luria of Indiana University demonstrated that bacterial resistance to virus infection is caused by random mutation and not adaptive change This research known as the Luria Delbrück experiment also was significant for its use of mathematics to make quantitative predictions for the results to be expected from alternative models For that work they were awarded the Nobel Prize in physiology

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  • Elizabeth Boddie Elliston | College Halls | Vanderbilt University
    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 Warren College Elliston Hall Elizabeth Boddie Elliston Elizabeth Boddie Elliston Elizabeth Boddie Elliston 1820 1904 Elliston was a community leader and philanthropist who donated segments of her plantation for the formation of the Vanderbilt campus She sold one of the original five tracts of land comprising the campus to Bishop Holland McTyeire for the grand sum of 5 on June 24 1873 A faithful and devoted member of the Methodist Church Elliston was exceptionally generous to the founding and growing of Vanderbilt Over the next 12 years she would sell to the university four more parcels of her large plantation for extremely reasonable prices Born in Sumner County Tenn Elliston was co founder and first president of the Vanderbilt Aid Society which was among the very first societies to provide financial assistance to worthy students at the university She also was named its president in 1894 at the age of 74 and her support of the society lasted

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  • Events and Community | College Halls | Vanderbilt University
    Celebration of Living 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 Events and Community Events and Community Events and Community GO Events and Community College Halls Blog Related Links The Martha

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  • Support for Student Programming | College Halls | Vanderbilt University
    Driven Programming College Halls on Social Media College Halls this Week Fall Celebration of Living 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 Events and Community Support for Student Programming Support for Student Programming College Halls supports student initiated and student led programming e g events displays speakers scholarship art technology Students are encouraged to talk to their graduate fellows faculty directors head residents and resident assistants if they have ideas about programming Faculty and staff affiliates of College Halls also are a great source of ideas mentorship and partnership on student led programs In addition to taking up some projects that are suggested by students directly staff can also walk students through the process of planning and implementing a program often with monetary and in kind support as a result of a proposal made by the student organizers GO Events and Community College Halls Blog Related Links The Martha Rivers Ingram Commons Housing and Residential Education Dean of Students Provost

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