It’s widely known that if a student living on-campus tested positive for the virus, they will be moved to a specially designated quarantine dorm. Other than that, not much else is known about what COVID-19 housing procedures look like.
Immunotherapy in Head and Neck Cancers: A Conversation with Dr. Michael John Korrer
To better understand the future of immunotherapy treatment, we sat down with immunologist Dr. Michael John Korrer. He works in Dr. Young Kim’s lab at Vanderbilt University Medical Center and is a mentor and avid academic in the field head and neck cancer therapy development.
Amplifying Black Voices: STEM Professional Renã Robinson, College of Arts and Sciences (Analytical Chemistry)
“Be Humble, Be Bold and Be You.” According to renowned analytical chemistry scientist Dr. Reña Robinson, these are the keys to succeeding and thriving in the scientific research community.
Amazon is Spying on its Workers with AI
The majority of Americans use Amazon daily, despite extensive reports of employee mistreatment. But with its implementation of pervasive AI technology among employees, has Amazon finally crossed a line?
Amplifying Black Voices: STEM Professional Dean Mitchell, School of Engineering
Dean Burgess has been a unique and talented trailblazer in the field of engineering education since coming to Vanderbilt in 2002 as a result of his years of experience in STEM advising.