Topic: "TEE Conference"
Presenter: Dr. Robert Deegan
Location: MCE-NT 5053
Topic:"ENT: "Survival Basics"
Instructor: Dr. Jill Kilkelly
Location: VCH 4512
Topic: "Embolic Disorders & Maternal Arrest"
Presenter: Dr.Mary DiMiceli
Location: 4203 VUH
Reading: Chapter 39; 2015 AHA Maternal Arrest Guidelines
"Dissecting Complex Mechanisms of Calcium Influx in a Simple Wound System"
Erica Shannon - Prof. Andrea Page-McCaw, Adviser; Prof. Irina Kaverina, Chair of the PhD Committee
"Immunomodulatory Strategies for the Prevention of Nosocomial Infection"
Benjamin Fensterheim = Prof. Edward Sherwood, Adviser; Prof. Amy Major, Chair of the PhD Committee
AMERICAN MODERNISM AT MID-CENTURY: THE WORK OF MORRIS DAVIDSON is the first comprehensive survey of a little-known yet important twentieth century American artist, presenting new research into the significance of his life’s work and using it as a lens to view many iterations of abstraction practiced from the 1930s through the 1970s. The fourth in an annual collaboration with the Department of History of Art and the Vanderbilt University Fine Arts Gallery, this exhibition has been curated by Vanderbilt students who were enrolled in a related class taught by Kevin D. Murphy, Andrew W. Mellon Chair in the Humanities and Chair of the Department of History of Art.
The exhibition will be on view from April 28, 2017 through September 17, 2017. The Fine Arts Gallery is located in Cohen Memorial Hall, 1220 21st Avenue South, on the western edge of the Peabody College campus.
April 28 to August 22
Tuesday - Friday 12-4 pm
Saturdays 1-5 pm
closed Sundays and Mondays
August 23 to September 17
Monday - Friday 11am-4 pm
Weekends 1-5 pm
Admission is free and open to the public
The exhibition includes:
- Twenty-three paintings by Morris Davidson
- A wide range of approaches to abstraction, from objective and cubist to non-objective and expressionist
- A catalogue of the same title available for purchase
The exhibition is curated by Aiden Layer ‘19, Nancy Lin ’18, Ryan Logie ’17, Cecilia March ’18, Kittredge Shamamian ’17, Elliot Taillon ’17, and Nina Vaswani ’17.
Support has been provided by the vice provost for academic and strategic affairs, the College of Arts and Science, the Department of History of Art, the Andrew W. Mellon Chair in the Humanities, the Ewers Gift for Fine Art, and the Rosenfeld/Davidson Family Collection.
Presenter: Dr. Brian Allen
Location: TVC Anesthesia Office Rm. 4648