Posts tagged: Vanderbilt University - Diverse
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Black Male Student-Athletes Still Face Harsh Inequities

by Lois Elfman | March 11, 2018 A report from the University of Southern California Race and Equity Center spotlights the perva Read more

Foundation Offers Recent Graduates $5,000 to Move to Ohio City

by | March 1, 2018
Earlier this week, the city council of Hamilton, Ohio unanimously endorsed a plan that will off [...] Read more

Emerging Scholar Profile: Forber-Pratt Defies Expectations in Human and Organizational Development

by | January 29, 2018
At the age of 5, Dr. Anjali Forber-Pratt witnessed wheelchair racing at the Boston Marathon, pr [...] Read more

Vanderbilt to Add 4 Residential Colleges in $600M Project

by Associated Press | January 24, 2018
NASHVILLE, Tennessee – Vanderbilt University is undertaking a $600 million project to add fou [...] Read more

Vanderbilt Pays Tribute to Black SEC Pioneer Player

by Pearl Stewart | January 11, 2018
Billed as “an evening of conversation about the intersection of race and sports,” Wednesday [...] Read more

Vanderbilt, Fisk Partner to Tackle HIV and AIDS

by | October 29, 2017
Two Universities are partnering to reach out to individuals at risk for HIV and AIDS in the gre [...] Read more

Vanderbilt: More Than 3,000 Medical Records Wrongly Accessed

by Associated Press | February 26, 2017
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Vanderbilt University Medical Center officials say the hospital has had a [...] Read more

Vanderbilt Pays $1.2M to Remove ‘Confederate’ from Dorm Name

by Erik Schelzig, Associated Press | August 15, 2016
NASHVILLE, Tenn. ― Vanderbilt University announced Monday that it will pay more than a millio [...] Read more

Vanderbilt Adds Transgender Surgeries to Student Insurance

by Associated Press | June 9, 2016
NASHVILLE, Tenn. ― Vanderbilt University officials say the school’s student insurance will [...] Read more

‘Gifted’ Black Kids Not as Likely to Get Placed in Talented Programs

by Lydia Lum | January 24, 2016
High-achieving, Black, elementary school students are much less likely than their White peers t [...] Read more

How Gifted Education Fuels Injustices

by Donna Y. Ford | January 22, 2016
Black students represent 19% of the public schools population but only 10% of gifted programs. [...] Read more

Black Faculty Expected to Entertain When Presenting

by Jamal Eric Watson | August 23, 2015
Black faculty members are expected to be “entertaining” when presenting their academic rese [...] Read more

Teacher Prep Study Yields 2 Different Assessments

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | May 25, 2015
Though they collaborated on a study of a controversial review of America’s teacher prep progr [...] Read more