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Vanderbilt Chancellor Daniel Diermeier. (Photo courtesy Vanderbilt University)

Incoming Chancellor Daniel Diermeier on diversity, graduate student unionization and Vanderbilt’s international reputation

December 4, 2019

Vanderbilt named Daniel Diermeier the ninth Chancellor of the university Dec. 4. Diermeier is the curren...

How Vanderbilt collects and uses data on prospective students

How Vanderbilt collects and uses data on prospective students

October 21, 2019

Last week, a Washington Post article shed light on the ways that 44 universities nationwide collect and employ student data to inform admissions decisions and direct recruitment efforts towards potentially attractive candidates. Vanderbilt is included in this list, althoug...

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Students want focus on diversity, inclusion from next chancellor

September 10, 2019

At a town hall meeting with members of the Chancellor Search Committee, students emphasized the need for a progress-focused leader

Robinson is a professor in the School of Engineering, leading the Security and Faculty Tolerance Research Group at Vanderbilt and co-leading the Explorations in Diversifying Engineering Faculty Initiative. (Photo credit Vanderbilt University)

Robinson replaces Thomas-Hunt as head of Office for Inclusive Excellence

May 9, 2019

William Robinson, current Associate Dean for Academic Success in the School of Engineering, will replace...

Vanderbilt SACE hosts

$10,000 worth of BhangraDores property thrown away, sparking conversations around cultural competency

February 8, 2019

When Annie Abraham and Mohh Gupta walked into the Memorial Gym AUX storage room on Feb. 6, the...

Vanderbilt Founder's Walk Class of 2022

Vanderbilt’s acceptance rate hits all time low as university pursues proactive recruitment strategies

October 14, 2018

For the first time in Vanderbilt’s history, the acceptance rate has dropped below 10 percent, reaching 9.6 percent for the Class of 2022. The university also saw its ...