Community Neighborhood and Government Relations Archives
Vanderbilt ‘poets who heal’ to read at Williamson County Library
Apr. 4, 2016—The Williamson County Public Library will host four "poets who heal" for a public reading April 19 at 6 p.m. as part of the Vanderbilt University Lectures in the Library series.
Campus safety walk April 6; Take Vanderbilt Active Transportation Survey
Mar. 23, 2016—Students, faculty and staff are invited to join in a walking tour of campus on National Walking Day, April 6, at 2 p.m. The policy tour event will highlight bike and pedestrian safety efforts on campus.
Vanderbilt’s Osher Lifelong Learning Institute awarded second million-dollar gift
Feb. 29, 2016—The Bernard Osher Foundation has awarded its second $1 million gift to Vanderbilt University to strengthen and expand its resources for lifelong learning and engagement.
Day on the Hill builds Vanderbilt relationships across state
Feb. 27, 2014—Senior leaders and a football coach helped communicate the importance of the university and medical center across Tennessee during the 13th annual Vanderbilt Day on the Hill Feb. 25.
Zeppos welcomes Tennessee legislators; lawmakers praise Vanderbilt’s impact on state
Jan. 10, 2013—Chancellor Nicholas S. Zeppos officially welcomed the 108th Tennessee General Assembly, including 50 new lawmakers, at a special reception held at the Tennessee State Museum Jan. 9.
Williams, others elected to Frist Board of Trustees
Mar. 23, 2012—Vanderbilt Associate Director of Community, Neighborhood and Government Relations Gail Carr Williams and others with ties to the university have been elected to the Frist Center for the Visual Arts’ Board of Trustees. In all, five accomplished community leaders were elected, and Steve Turner and Bernice Gordon were named the Board of Trustees’ first honorary...
Video: Personalized Medicine and the Future of Health Care
Sep. 30, 2010—Watch video of a Sept. 29, 2010, Lunch and Learn Event with Dr. Jeff Balser, vice chancellor for health affairs, Vanderbilt University Medical Center. Too often, physicians must base life-and-death decisions not on how an individual will respond to therapy but instead on how large groups of patients did — on average — under similar...