Experience Vanderbilt (EV) supports the University’s mission of creating an inclusive community by providing undergraduate students on financial aid with resources to engage in co-curricular programs.
Located on The Martha Rivers Ingram Commons, East House provides modern features in a classic structure. Approximately 100 students live in East House.
The Vanderbilt University Eco-Dores program, launched in Fall 2009, is designed to encourage environmental education and to help students recognize the systemic and interdisciplinary nature of ecology and environmental sustainability.
The goal of VEA is to spread the budding philosophy of Effective Altruism throughout the Vanderbilt community.
The purpose of EmbrACE is to give female undergraduate students at Vanderbilt University the opportunity to regularly mentor middle school girls in the Nashville area on age- and gender-related issues.
Student/Staff committee for emergency relief.
Our mission is to inspire middle and high school students to pursue a STEM education. By having in-class interactive discussions and hands-on activities at schools around the Nashville area, we educate the students on the importance of STEM careers...
We are a non-profit organization with a mission of inspiring, educating, and empowering the biomedical engineering community to improve healthcare delivery in the developing world.
EWB-Vanderbilt supports community-driven development programs worldwide by collaborating with local partners to design and implement sustainable engineering projects, while creating transformative experiences and responsible leaders.