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Women’s Center Upcoming Events: September

Sep. 3, 2019—Parenting Group Date: Wednesday, September 11 Time: 12:00 p.m. Location: Buttrick 123 (inside the Women’s and Gender Studies Suite) The Parenting Group is a lunchtime program for the Vanderbilt community that addresses a range of topics, such as school choice, screen time, and gender socialization. Most meetings feature a guest who leads a discussion about...

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Welcome New GAs!

Aug. 13, 2019—Welcome to the following new Graduate Assistants joining Dean of Students for the coming academic year! Ian Anderson The Office of Housing and Residential Experience Ian is from Cleveland, OH and completed is undergraduate degree at the University of Louisville. He is a student in the Higher Education Administration program at Peabody. Oluwadamisi (Damisi) Fawole The...

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Student Involvement Fair

Aug. 6, 2019—Greetings Campus Partners! We would like to invite your department to attend the annual Student Involvement Fair on Friday, August 23rd  from 3 – 5pm in the Recreation Center Field house at the Recreation and Wellness Center.  Registered Student Organizations (RSOs) are invited to participate in the event, which is geared toward groups that have undergraduate...

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DOS STARS Spotlight: Heath Garton

Jul. 1, 2019—“Heath is someone you can call anytime day or night and get help with a building access issue. He is a great partner to have and always gives more than 100%.” What do you love most about working in Vanderbilt Dean of Students?  I was fortunate to hire into Ann Nielson’s team. All my time...

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LGBTQI Life Update 6.3 DOS News

Jun. 3, 2019—The Office of LGBTQI Life would like to invite you to join us as we walk in this year’s Nashville Pride Parade on Saturday, June 22, 2019 at 10 AM on Broadway & 8th in downtown Nashville. This year marks 50 years since the initial Stonewall Riots that have since transformed into PRIDE. The first...

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MLK Day 2019

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Anchor Dash Volunteers Needed

Aug. 31, 2017—Sign up to volunteer for Anchor Dash 2017 on Saturday, September 9th from 12:15 to 3:00pm!  This year the first-year students will be leading out the Vanderbilt Commodores Football team for their first home game of the season against Alabama A&M on Saturday, September 9th. Each volunteer will receive lunch, a unique staff t-shirt, and...

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Welcome New DOS Staff Member DeAnte’ Smith

Aug. 18, 2017—DeAnte’ Smith, Director Student Organizations  DeAnte’ Smith is a native of Jackson, Ms.  He has a Bachelor’s degree in Information Technology and Communications, a Master’s degree in Counseling Student Personnel, and 8 years’ of experience working in higher education.  Prior to working at Vanderbilt, he served as the Director of Greek Life at Southeast Missouri...

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Welcome New DOS Staff Member Molly Moreau

Aug. 18, 2017—Molly Moreau, Program Coordinator  Margaret Cuninggim Women’s Center Please welcome Molly Moreau, the new Program Coordinator at the Margaret Cuninggim Women’s Center. Molly is a Double ‘Dore: she graduated from Vanderbilt with a Bachelor’s degree in Medicine, Health and Society and a minor in Women’s and Gender Studies in 2016 and with a Master’s degree in Medicine, Health and...

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Transition Programs: Upcoming Programs

Aug. 2, 2017—First Generation Student Welcome Reception The Office of Transition Programs in collaboration with the Commons would like you to join us in welcoming our First Generation Students and their families to Vanderbilt during Parents and Family Weekend. When: Sunday, September 17, 2017 Where: Wyatt Rotunda Time: TBD More information will be released at a later...

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August OACS Update

Aug. 2, 2017—  OACS Summer Programming In July, OACS has been busy with numerous summer programs. The service-learning program in Morocco has come to a close. This program focused on human rights, immigration, women’s rights and education. Students participated in lectures on Moroccan history and culture as well as participated in Dirijan language courses with the Center...

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Project Safe receives a Prevention Excellence Award

Aug. 2, 2017—Vanderbilt was one of five recipients of the Campus Prevention Network’s 2017 Prevention Excellence Award for outstanding achievements in sexual assault prevention. The Campus Prevention Network, founded by EVERFI, is a nationwide initiative of over 1,700 institutions dedicated to creating safer, healthier campus communities, according to the network website. Member institutions pledge to adopt the highest...

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DOS Staff Present 17/18 Plans at Poster Fair

Aug. 2, 2017—Thank you to each and every one of you for the outstanding work that went into the DOS Poster Fair on July 27.  The level of strategic planning that went into each of your departmental plans was incredible!  Feel free to visit the photo album in Anchor Link to view pictures from the event.  A...

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Krystal Clark: FACES of Nashville

Aug. 2, 2017—  Krystal Clark was featured by Style Blueprint as a FACE of Nashville! You can read the article here! Congratulations Krystal. 

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Welcome New DOS staff!

Aug. 2, 2017—The following new staff members have recently joined the Dean of Students division. Welcome to Vanderbilt! Dominique Ennis Director of Students Centers Dominique came to Vanderbilt University Student Centers in July 2017 from Tulane University where she was the Associate Director of Facilities for the Department of Campus Recreation.  Historically working in collegiate recreation, she...

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Welcome New GAs!

Aug. 2, 2017—Welcome to the following new Graduate Assistants joining Dean of Students for the coming academic year! Gordan Maples Office of the University Chaplain and Religious Life Gordan is from Huntsville, AL and completed his undergraduate degree at Tulane University. He is a student in the Higher Education Administration program at Peabody.       Benjamin...

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