Monthly Archives: May 2010

Stories from the Deluge

From Wayne Wood:A team of writers, photographers and designers from NAC and Creative Services is finishing up the issue of House Organ that will be out next week. It is not the June issue I had planned–those plans were washed … Continue reading

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John, Paul, George, Ringo, and Tatsuki Koyama, Ph.D.

From Wayne Wood: Tatsuki Koyama, Ph.D., is a cancer biostatistician who grew up in Japan in a home with the music of the Beatles all around, thanks to his Beatlemaniac mother. Now the Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center researcher has turned that … Continue reading

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Nashville Flood 2010: Share Your Story

from Wayne Wood:We’d  like to invite staff, faculty, students and volunteers of Vanderbilt to share your stories of the Flood of 2010 in the comment section below. This is not the place to ask for help (that would be through … Continue reading

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from Wayne Wood:We now know that hundreds, perhaps thousands, of our coworkers at Vanderbilt have had significant losses in Nashville’s flood. One of my News and Communications colleagues described being at a family member’s house in Bellevue (the family member’s … Continue reading

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