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Posted by David Lazo on December 29, 2014 in Balance, Be a Vandy Blogger, College Rankings, College of Arts and Science, Freshman Commons, Housing, Know Your City, Living on Campus, Nashville, Peabody College of Education and Human Development, School of Engineering, Student Life, Vanderbilt Blogs, Vandy Athletics, Visit Vanderbilt, Visiting Vanderbilt, Asia, College World Series, Happy, inside dores, LASIR, Moore College, Mrs. Doubtfire, music city, Nashville, Princeton Review, Recreation and wellness center, Warren College
Last month, the School of Engineering opened the massive new Laboratory for Systems Integrity and Reliability (LASIR), a groundbreaking new research space. How big is this new lab? Big enough to house a Humvee, a wind tunnel, and the airframe of a military helicopter, with room to spare. Check out the video below to watch...
Posted by Jay Watson on May 9, 2014 in School of Engineering, Academics at Vanderbilt, biomolecular engineering, chemical, clean room, Dean Fauchet, Engineering and Science Building, entrepreneur, entrepreneurship, Flickr, innovation, Innovation Center, mechanical, Moore College, Olin Hall, Research, Undergraduate Commons, undergraduate research, Vanderbilt Academics, Warren College
Posted by Carolyn Pippen on December 20, 2012 in Academic Life, Blair School of Music, College of Arts and Science, Peabody College of Education and Human Development, School of Engineering, Uncategorized, architecture, Class of 2016, class of 2017, early decision I, education policy, England, Faculty, film, history, Knoxville, literature, martha rivers ingram commons, New York City, phyrics, Vanderbilt News, Vienna
Posted by Carolyn Pippen on May 25, 2012 in Academic Life, School of Engineering, Uncategorized, Vanderbilt Computer Science, Aerospace Club, Cornelius Vanderbilt, Dean of Engineering, Department of Teaching and Learning, Educational Engagement Award, Environmental Protection Agency, Kenneth Galloway, medical centers, NASA, Nashville, Nissan, school of engineering, Senior Design Day, STEM, Tennessee Department of Transportation, Washington DC
Posted by Carolyn Pippen on May 2, 2012 in Academic Life, Balance, College of Arts and Science, Community Service, School of Engineering, Student Life, Uncategorized, Vanderbilt Alternative Spring Break, Alternative Spring Break, Biological Sciences, Biomedical Engineering, Call Me Maybe, Centennial Park, Class size, College of Arts and Science, Liberal Arts, Nashville, Professors, Research, Ryan Khodadadi, school of engineering, South Dakota, Student Organizations, Summer, tour guides, vanderbilt programming board, Vanderbilt Student Government, Weather
Posted by Carolyn Pippen on May 1, 2012 in Academic Life, Balance, Nashville, School of Engineering, Student Life, Uncategorized, Vanderbilt Blogs, Army ROTC, College of Arts and Science, Go big or go home, Google, inside dores, lockbox, Machatronics, Mathematics, mechanical engineering, Music, Nashville, Nathan Hall, Red Cross, Research, school of engineering, State parks, tennessee
This is always an interesting time of year at Vanderbilt. Everyone has just returned from a week-long (plus two weekends) Thanksgiving Break. It’s not wise for us professors to suggest to our students that they’re going off on vacation for a week. The way our academic calendar is structured, students inevitably have some work, sometimes...
Posted by Frank on December 2, 2009 in Academic Life, Balance, College of Arts and Science, Commons, Diversity at Vanderbilt, Freshman Commons, Housing, Living on Campus, Nashville, Political Life at Vanderbilt, School of Engineering, Vanderbilt in Pop Culture, Vandy Athletics, ESPN, finals exams, Memorial Gym, Memorial Madness, Men's Basketball, Thanksgiving Break, The Commons Center, Women's Basketball
The letters have gone and been received by most across the country. Usually at this point, the readership of our blog becomes a little segmented depending on which envelope you received from us. The informational needs of each of the different groups certainly keep us busy enough to fill the time vacated by less reading. My hope this week is to provide some "what now" information to our admitted students (today) and our waitlisted students (later this week). For students who were denied and who wish to appeal our decision, see the comments section from the last post (3/26) for details about that process.
Posted by Thom on March 31, 2009 in Blair School of Music, College of Arts and Science, I've been admitted - now what?, Peabody College of Education and Human Development, Scholarships and Financial Aid, School of Engineering, Waitlist, admissions, admissions blog, Financial Aid, Scholarships and Financial Aid, Vanderbilt Admissions, Vanderbilt Admissions Blogs, Waitlist
The following was posted this afternoon on the Vanderbilt Undergraduate Honors Scholarship website: To our Scholarship Applicants: I just wanted to provide a brief update regarding the selection process for the Cornelius Vanderbilt and Chancellor's Scholarship selections.