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Diermeier announces paid administrative closure days Dec. 22 and 23

Chancellor Daniel Diermeier (John Russell/Vanderbilt) Chancellor Daniel Diermeier announced that Vanderbilt University will grant two administrative closure days at the beginning of the 2020 winter break—Dec. 22 and Dec. 23….

Missouri S&T graduate student elected to national fraternity council

Michael Nacy, an undergraduate student in electrical engineering at Missouri S&T from Republic, Missouri, has been elected to a national position on the Grand Council of Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity….

New VandyRide stop added near Zeppos College

Vanderbilt has added a new VandyRide stop near Zeppos College for students using the Black Route or the new Point to Point service. The stop is located outside of the…

Lawson, Young and others join symposium honoring legacy of Kelly Miller Smith

Kelly Miller Smith Sr. (Vanderbilt University Archives and Special Collections) An upcoming virtual symposium featuring noted speakers and artists will reflect on the civil rights accomplishments of Kelly Miller Smith…

Reunion classes of 2020 recognized with virtual celebration

Vanderbilt University hosted a virtual celebration on Oct. 21 to recognize the Reunion classes of 2020 with a special toast. The event served as a prelude to an on-campus celebration…

University of Michigan undergraduate enrollment steady for fall 2020

In a year marked by a global pandemic, national recession and international travel restrictions, undergraduate enrollment at the University of Michigan increased slightly this fall compared to last fall, from…

Vanderbilt University to mark MLK Day as staff holiday starting in 2021

Chancellor Daniel Diermeier (John Russell/Vanderbilt) Starting in 2021, Vanderbilt University will recognize Martin Luther King Jr. Day as a paid staff holiday. The move aligns with the institution’s increasing efforts…

River Herring, the Fish You Didn’t Know You Needed

In honor of World Fish Migration day on Saturday, Oct. 24th, students Rebecca Colby ’21 Ph.D, Kayla Morin ’19 MS, and Peter Goggins ’21 (CAHNR) of ecology and evolutionary biology…

SIUE’s Cherry Participates in Advising Black Male Students Webinar

In hopes of cultivating the academic success, supporting the personal well-being, and raising the retention and graduation rates of Black male college students, a group of Black male college advisors…