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Welcoming Our New Faculty

Aug. 30, 2022—Vanderbilt College of Arts and Science is honored to welcome our newest faculty members for the 2022-23 academic year, who add to our growing community of distinguished scholars. “We’re thrilled to welcome these scholars as they join the talented and accomplished A&S faculty,” said John Geer, Ginny and Conner Searcy Dean of the College of Arts...

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WPLN: Growing your own food in Nashville

Jul. 25, 2022—Avery Dickins de Girón, Executive Director of the Center for Latin American, Caribbean, and Latinx Studies, interviewed.

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Washington Post: Bennifer gets a happy ending, now that tabloids have lost their bite

Jul. 25, 2022—Claire Sisco King, associate professor of communication studies, quoted.

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The Hill: Jan. 6 hearings cast spotlight on fears fringe voices influence Trump

Jul. 18, 2022—John Sides, professor of political science, quoted.

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The Independent: Possession game: basketball star who has become a pawn in US-Russia political war

Jul. 18, 2022—Thomas Schwartz, Distinguished Professor of History, quoted.

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Associated Press: After 1st term, Gov. Lee unopposed in GOP primary election

Jul. 18, 2022—John Geer, Ginny and Conner Searcy Dean of the College of Arts and Science, quoted.

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WPLN: First images from NASA’s James Webb Telescope will be shared with researchers and students in Middle Tennessee

Jul. 18, 2022—Keivan Stassun , Stevenson Professor of Physics and Astronomy, interviewed.

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CNN: What are the chances the parents of the Highland Park shooter will face prosecution?

Jul. 18, 2022—Jonathan Metzl, Frederick B. Rentschler II Professor of Sociology and Medicine, Health and Society, quoted.

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Bloomberg: We must learn to love genetically modified crops

Jul. 18, 2022—Amanda Little, writer-in-residence in English, authored.

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The Journal of Blacks in Higher Education: Four Black Women Scholars Who Are Taking on New Assignments in Higher Education

Jul. 18, 2022—Tracy Denean Sharpley-Whiting, professor of African American and Diaspora studies and professor of French, mentioned.

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