In the spirit of the school’s motto, Crescere aude, or “dare to grow,” Vanderbilt’s leaders find their own paths and team up to break new ground
Vanderbilt’s history is filled with inspiring stories of impact.
Friendship and Direction
K.C. Potter made campus more inclusive and welcoming as dean of residential and judicial affairs
Source of Inspiration
Walter Murray left an indelible mark as a Vanderbilt student, Board of Trust member and administrator
Susan Gray paved the way for Head Start by pioneering early childhood education
Professor John Lachs sparked an enduring passion for philosophy among countless students