Location: Vanderbilt Kennedy Center (Google map of this location - Click Here)
The Vanderbilt Kennedy Center and the Mayor's Advisory Committee for People with Disabilities are again delighted to host "Creative Expressions XVIII" to exhibit artwork by individuals with disabilities. Jointly sponsored by the Vanderbilt Kennedy Center and the Nashville Mayor's Advisory Committee for People with Disabilities, this annual exhibit features work in a variety of mediums by artists with a wide range of abilities/disabilities and ages. Since its inception in 1976, the Mayor's Advisory Committee has promoted public education and awareness, and advocated for persons with disabilities and their family members. Selected works will be exhibited at the Vanderbilt Kennedy Center and the Tennessee Performing Arts Center September through December 2012.
Artists will be recognized at the 31st Annual Awards Celebration of the Mayor's Advisory Committee.
High intensity, low impact kettlebell routines combine cardio conditioning and strength training to blast calories and burn fat targeting every major muscle group in the body. Come ready to work HARD and SWEAT!
Available to Faculty and Staff, Monday - Friday, 10 a.m.-3:20 p.m., 1st floor, The Vanderbilt Clinic. Check-in: Room 1630
Vanderbilt staff members who are ready for their next breast screening mammogram can stay on campus and receive the diagnostic test by visiting The Vanderbilt Clinic (TVC) mammography suite without an appointment.
The walk-in mammograms are available Monday-Friday, 10 a.m.-3:20 p.m., on the first floor of TVC, with check-in at Room 1630.
Insurance will be billed and all co-pays apply.
Screening and diagnostic mammograms also are available at the Vanderbilt Breast Center - Click Here at Vanderbilt Health One Hundred Oaks, although appointments are required at this location. The Vanderbilt Breast Center is open Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m., and Saturday, 8 a.m.-noon.
For more information about screening mammograms at either location, call the Vanderbilt Breast Center at (615) 322-2064 - Click Here.
Make your dream to run or walk the Country Music Half Marathon on April 27, 2013 a reality. Join Health Plus as we partner with Gilda's Club of Nashville to offer a 16 week comprehensive training program designed to help you reach your goal.
Joining Gilda's Gang is a great way to get fit and give back to men, women and children in our community who are affected by cancer.
NEW this year, we also have a Mini-Marathon (2.6 miles) option, and the ever-popular Gilda's Groupies (NO training, just lots of fun on race day)!
Info sessions will be held at Gilda's Club on Nov. 20 at 5:30pm, and Nov. 28 at 1PM. Call the clubhouse (329-1124) to reserve your spot!
Inspired by Dr. Gail Addlestone, GILDA'S GANG is a great way to get fit and give back to the men, women, and children in our community who are living with cancer! Each team member must commit to raise $750 to support the free programs at Gilda's Club.
- Gilda's Gang registration fee is $75 (goes towards fundraising goal)
- All participants commit to raise $750 for Gilda's Club programs by March 15
- Free access to Vanderbilt Dayani Center, including pool, track and classes
- Fitness specialists to lead run/walks on Sat. AM
- Personalized training schedule for all levels (run, run/walk, and walk)
- Mentors to help coach guide you with individual fundraising
- Fundraising clinics and strategies to assist you in reaching your goal
- Fundraising supplies including sample letter/email and donation envelopes
- Weekly emails to encourage team members through fundraising and training
- Firstgiving™ online resource to create personal fundraising page
- Team technical shirt, plus incentive gifts for achieving fundraising targets
- Post-race celebration with massage, entertainment, and team awards
For more information, contact Deb at Gilda's Club (329-1124) or via email: deb@GildasClubNashville.org - Click Here
A special program of holiday music offered in the chapel at Children's Chapel featuring vocal music by Susan Hernandez, Chief Nursing Officer and Rita Burchett, Administrative Support in Clinical Pharmacology Division.
Modern genetics and genomics impact all areas of scientific research, so to help guide researchers through that process the CHGR is excited to announce a new series of Genetics Research Clinics that are held weekly each Monday from 12:00-1:00 pm in 411 A/B Light Hall (a light lunch will be provided).
More information can be found at the CHGR website: http://chgr.mc.vanderbilt.edu/ - Click Here. Please direct anyone with questions about how to incorporate genetics and genomics techniques into their research to sign up for the weekly clinics at firstname.lastname@example.org - Click Here.
Class fee: Free to Dayani members. $10 per class for nonmembers or 8 class punch card for $70
This interval training class alternates aerobic exercise with strength training. Students use body resistance along with handheld weights, Bosu, resistance tubing, balance balls and other equipment. All fitness levels are welcome\; activities can be modified for beginning exercisers
Zumba is a cardio interval workout with aerobic and dance movements to Latin music\; get your groove on!
Classes are on the 3rd Floor in Finance Department in Conference Room 30213. Participation will be on a first come, first serve basis. If you do not work in the finance department, you will need to bring your ID to the front desk and they will let you in.