The first time one of Ebony McGee’s engineering colleagues questioned her intelligence she brushed it off. But years later, the jabs hadn’t stopped. Now an assistant professor at Peabody, her research is focused on the barriers black scholars and professionals have in the STEM workforce.
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Imagine a sky full of stars. Each gleaming light represents a bright young student. Now imagine one shines a bit brighter than the rest. What will become of this gifted child, who could be the next Albert Einstein, Marie Curie or W.E.B. Du Bois?
There is new hope for students with learning difficulties who also have severe behavioral disorders. A $7.5 million grant has enabled Peabody’s special education researchers to equip teachers to manage academic needs as well as behavioral disorders.
For Joseph Lambert, developing the very best teaching standards in special education is not just a profession, it’s personal. After observing his own brother’s behavioral challenges, he pursued a life advocating for young people with autism.
Peabody is partnering with faculty across VU to understand how the brain works differently in those who have difficulty reading.
The School for Science and Math at Vanderbilt is a unique research-centered learning experience for MNPS high schoolers.
From finance to fashion, HOD students pursue unique internships of their own making. They’ve logged hours at Oscar de la Renta, CONAN, the World Food Programme, Deloitte, Neville McCarthy PR and Big Machine Label Group (home to Taylor Swift) to name a few.
Peabody College is celebrating 100 years on its current campus—a century of championing education for the for all children, including those marginalized by ability, socioeconomic status or race.
Fifty years after its formation, the Vanderbilt Kennedy Center’s commitment to children remains.