IMPORTANT FLOOD INFORMATION: May 6, 2010

Vanderbilt has developed a faculty, staff and trainee needs assessment survey available online at the following address: http://vulink.info/aV3d5B http://vulink.info/aV3d5B. This survey can be submitted by affected individuals or by their supervisor if the individual is not able to complete the survey. Read more...

Registering With FEMA Crucial to Getting Aid in Timely Fashion


If you have been impacted by the flood, registering with FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) should be at the top of you to-do list. Read more...

Website lets Employees Donate Items to Employees Affected by Flood


Vanderbilt has established a website called "Vanderbilt Helping Vanderbilt: Flood Assistance Network." Visit it online at https://www4.vanderbilt.edu/flood/assistance-network/ Read more...

Beware of Flood-Related "Phishing" Scams


Due to the recent flood events in Nashville, Information Technology Systems is detecting an increase in phishing attacks about these recent events. These phishing events will be very targeted towards Vanderbilt and Nashville flood victims. Read more...

Resources, Updates About Flooding Available on Website


The 2010 Flood Information website contains important information for Vanderbilt faculty and staff. Visit: www.vanderbilt.edu/flood Read more...

Flood Relief Swap Friday: By Vanderbilt, For Vanderbilt


Many in the Vanderbilt family have been adversely affected by the flood and are in need of resource items immediately. Vanderbilt will be hosting a flood relief swap on Thursday, May 6, and Friday, May 7 to help. Read more...