News Releases for

April 1998


April 2

Vanderbilt law professor explores legal ethics in Paula Jones-type case

April 3

Yale University chief of police named head of Vanderbilt security

April 10

Betty Price named Vanderbilt's controller

April 13

Vanderbilt students awarded National Science Foundation fellowships

Iowa State interim dean of education named dean of Vanderbilt's Peabody College

April 15

Racial divide on Internet greatest among students, Vanderbilt researchers find

April 16

Veteran development executive named chief Vanderbilt Medical Center fund-raiser

April 17

Vanderbilt cleaning up after tornado

April 20

Family, friends of tornado victim organize blood drive at Vanderbilt

April 24

Vanderbilt University to cybercast May 8 Commencement ceremony

Vanderbilt University Board of Trust elects three new board members

Vanderbilt University Chairs of Teaching Excellence announced

Chancellor names two distinguished professors, teaching prize winners at Board of Trust luncheon

Friends of Heard Library host rare book exhibit and events


March '98 Releases

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Document updated March 18, 1998.