• Vanderbilt University Dyer Observatory logo

    Vanderbilt Dyer Observatory launches 2024 season with a new look

    Vanderbilt Dyer Observatory welcomes astronomy enthusiasts to its 2024 season, marked this year by the unveiling of a new logo. Nestled in the scenic hills of Brentwood just a short drive from campus, the observatory invites the community to attend a series of exciting events including open house tours, telescope nights, Meet the Astronomer evenings, and concerts under the stars. Offering field trips and space science summer camps tailored for young students, Dyer aims to inspire curiosity about the cosmos. Read More

    Mar. 21, 2024

  • Pearl High School alumni engage in a panel discussion on stage at the Nashville Public Library

    Exploring Nashville’s rich diversity: A historical journey with Vanderbilt University and Nashville Public Library

    Nashville, a city with a vibrant history, is taking a deep dive into its diverse roots through a compelling event series hosted by Vanderbilt University and Nashville Public Library Special Collections. This initiative, titled "Then and Now: The History of Minority Communities in Nashville," delves into the history of various communities that contribute to the rich tapestry of Nashville. Read More

    Jan. 23, 2024

  • photo from Tina Turner musical performance, InsideOut Lunchtime Preview presented by V150 Vanderbilt University

    Experience the arts: Vanderbilt and TPAC’s InsideOut Engagement series

    Join us this winter and spring for an exciting series of InsideOut Engagement events presented by the Vanderbilt University in collaboration with the Tennessee Performing Arts Center. Read More

    Jan. 22, 2024

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    Vanderbilt showcases AI research and expertise at campus-based congressional briefing

    The Office of Federal Relations hosted Tennessee-based congressional staff from the offices of Sen. Marsha Blackburn, Sen. Bill Hagerty, BA’81, JD’84, Rep. Chuck Fleischmann, Rep. Andy Ogles, Rep. John Rose, JD'93, Rep. Mark Green and Rep. David Kustoff on campus for a briefing on artificial intelligence research at Vanderbilt University. At this event, leaders and experts from Vanderbilt showcased the university’s pioneering work in the field. Read More

    Dec. 15, 2023

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    Vanderbilt Brain Institute briefs congressional staff on the effects of stress on the brain

    Earlier this month the Office of Federal Relations hosted a congressional briefing featuring Vanderbilt Brain Institute Barlow Family Director Lisa Monteggia who presented on the effects of stress on the brain and body. Read More

    Nov. 20, 2023

  • British Ambassador Dame Karen Pierce with Vanderbilt University Chancellor Daniel Diermeier

    Vanderbilt University welcomes British Ambassador Dame Karen Pierce

    On the evening of October 23, Vanderbilt had the privilege of hosting an illuminating fireside chat featuring Dame Karen Pierce, the British ambassador to the United States, and Morgan Ortagus, former spokesperson for the United States Department of State. Read More

    Nov. 9, 2023

  • Dr. Adrienne Battle, Toni White and Mayor Freddie O’Connell (photo credit: Joe Howell)

    Vanderbilt collaborates with NPEF to celebrate Nashville’s outstanding educators

    In a celebration of teaching excellence, Vanderbilt University recently hosted the annual Blue Ribbon Teacher Awards in partnership with the Nashville Public Education Foundation (NPEF). The event recognized the outstanding dedication of educators in Metro Nashville Public Schools (MNPS) who go above and beyond to ensure every student’s success. Read More

    Oct. 31, 2023

  • Nov 2, 2023, In Good Company, TEDxNashville Women

    TEDxNashville Women event to be held at Vanderbilt Nov. 2

    “TEDxNashville Women: In Good Company” will be held at Vanderbilt’s Blair School of Music Ingram Performance Hall on Nov. 2. Visit the Eventbrite page to purchase tickets. When: Thursday, Nov. 2, 2023, 12-6 p.m. Where: Vanderbilt University’s Blair School of Music Ingram Performance Hall, Children’s Way Nashville, TN 37232 Tickets: $100/ticket. Agenda: 12-12:50… Read More

    Oct. 31, 2023

  • On the Hill: Invest. Engage. Influence.

    On the Hill – Issue 11

    ON THE HILL is a biannual report produced by the Division of Government and Community Relations summarizing activity at all three levels of government, as outlined by the Vanderbilt Federal Relations, State Government Relations, and Local Government Relations teams. Read More

    Sep. 19, 2023