News Releases for

May 1998

May 4

Vanderbilt student loses battle to overcome tornado injuries

Memorial service scheduled Tuesday for tornado victim Kevin Longinotti

Vanderbilt observes Commencement Friday, May 8 - Cybercast will allow family and friends to view event live via the Internet

Memorial service scheduled Tuesday for tornado victim Kevin Longinotti

May 5

Vanderbilt student and tornado victim remembered as caring friend

Zeppos appointed associate dean at Vanderbilt Law School

Vanderbilt hosts local women's health events as part of national initiative

May 7

Vanderbilt scientist, veteran newsman to testify before House Committee on Science

May 13

Vanderbilt awarded $960,000 to train teachers for students with visual disabilities

May 14

Project DIANE technology showcase planned May 19

Vanderbilt alum donates S.T.A.R. to Special Collections

May 18

Robert Wheaton named head of Vanderbilt University safety office

May 22

System reform not full answer to improved mental health services, VU policy expert says

Vanderbilt hosts seminar concerning Year 2000 computer difficulties

May 27

Craft v. Vanderbilt Settlement Proposed

Vanderbilt, professor awarded $10,000 by Templeton Foundation

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