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North House Family Weekend 2014 Banner

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2014 Move Crew

When: August 16, 2014 @ 7:00 am – 1:00 pm

Hundreds of hard-working, cheering, and enthusiastic upper-class students who volunteer to welcome new members of the Vanderbilt family—comprising more than 1600 students—to their new home for the next nine months. A tremendous show of camaraderie and[...]

Head Resident Training 8/05/2014

When: August 5, 2014 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Head Resident Training Day 2

Early Arrivals 2014

When: August 14, 2014 @ 5:06 am – 6:06 am

This event was created to keep record off all approved persons as they check into their residence halls and pick up room keys.  

2014–15 Move-In and housing guide for first-year students

Congratulations Class of 2014! NYT Op-Ed, “In College, Nurturing Matters”



Convert your side into meal for the hungry at The Commons now through December 12, 2014. Sides will be converted to a donation to Second Harvest Food Bank.

World on Wednesday: How to Win the 2015 Global Health Case Competition

When: November 5, 2014 @ 12:10 pm – 1:00 pm
Where: Student Life Center Lower Level Meeting Rooms 1 & 2

This spring, multidisciplinary teams composed of undergraduate, graduate, and professional students from across the university will compete in the fifith annual Global Health Case Competition and take on a complex, real-world global issue surrounding health.[...]

A brain learns to read: What everyone needs to know about learning to read (and write)

Course Description Certainly teachers need to know how children learn to read and write, but what about everyone else? Many non-teachers encounter opportunities to help others learn to read. For example, parents read to their children and help their children with reading and writing homework; adults volunteer their time to tutor children learning to read […]

Melded Minds: Life Logging, Data Sharing, and the New Self

Course description Amassing and sharing data became a cultural skill in recent years. Data ‘collecting’ is the basis for social media and trends such as life logging – an attempt to ‘enhance’ and ‘perfect’ us with help of and statistical operations. Members of the Quantified Self movement, for example, share even the most incidental information […]