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Hank House Trivia Night – Thursday, Feb. 13 at 7:30 pm

Hey Hanksters (current and former)! Just a reminder that we are having Hank House Trivia Night tonight at 7:30 pm. Kick off your weekend early with a fun event with Hank and Hank alum. Join us in the second floor lobby of Hank for food (wings! desserts!) and fun. Top three teams will win prizes (dinner […]

Bollywood Boxing Movie’s Commons Connection

U.S. Olympic boxing coach and Sutherland Family member Dr. Christy Halbert spent Summer 2013 in Mumbai, hired as a boxing consultant and choreographer for this biopic of the Indian Olympic boxer, Mary Kom.  Join us on the Vanderbilt bus to catch the worldwide release of the film and hear Dr. Halbert’s behind-the-scenes take on star Priyanka […]

Tea at the Dean’s Residence Form

Patrick Murphy

I grew up in Cincinnati, Ohio and moved to Tennessee for college and have lived here ever since. I have been married for 15 years and have 3 children (13, 9, and 6). I enjoy traveling, sports, and any outdoor activity.  

Lutz Koepnick

I joint Vanderbilt in 2013 as a professor of German Studies and Film Studies, after teaching for almost twenty years at Washington University in St. Louis. My research and teaching is very much focused on contemporary cinema and art and on how different media change our relation to the world. I grew up in Germany, […]

Eric Stickles

I was born and raised in Washington, DC and went to the University of Maryland for my undergraduate education. I graduated with a degree in Physiology-Neurobiology and minors in International Studies and Spanish Languages and Cultures. After college I went to medical school at Temple University in Philadelphia and went back home to DC to […]

Thomas Bogenschild

I am the Director of the Global Education Office at Vanderbilt, and a faculty member in the Latin American Studies program. I’ve been involved in international education and education abroad for nearly 30 years, and have worked and traveled extensively in many parts of the world. I have a passion for learning, and a million […]

Sherif Barsoum

I began as the Director of ISSS August 2007. I have been in the field of International Education for over 17years. A two time graduate of Ohio State University, where I received a Masters degree in Higher Education Administration. I came to Vanderbilt after 13 years as Assistant Director at the International Office at Ohio […]

Nicole Fares

Hey guys! I am a rising sophomore from Jacksonville, Florida and am currently majoring in Medicine, Health, and Society, but am still exploring my options for careers. I am so excited to be a Vuceptor for 2013, and am also involved in Dance Marathon, Dore for a Day, and Greek Life. I love trying new […]

Megan Saylor

I am originally from Elk Grove, California. I did my undergraduate work at the University of California at Berkeley and my graduate work in Psychology at the University of Oregon. I have been at Vanderbilt for 13 years. My research focuses on the development of language and children’s understanding of others’ minds. I have two […]