From the Dean
It’s been 14 years since I was on faculty at Owen, and now that I’m back, things sure have changed. Beyond the plethora of great new restaurants and things to do in Nashville, Vanderbilt as an institution has solidified its … Continued
Eric Johnson, Owen's new dean, is a leader, researcher, teacher, administrator and trailblazer. Discover why he came back to the school where he began his teaching career and why he expects big things and breakthroughs.
Owen and Vanderbilt's health care community are taking care of business—together.
After being injured in the Boston Marathon bombings, an Owen alumnus takes stock.
Lessons professor David Owens learned teaching an online course to thousands help Vanderbilt students in the clasroom.
The new Americas MBA for Executives program opens global doors for students throughout the hemisphere.
Only months after graduating its first class, the industry-driven Master of Accountancy Valuation program is a hit with accounting firms, recent undergraduates and Owen.
With close ties to the medical community, it's not surprising that Owen faculty to do innovative research into the business of health care.
Health care students benefit from a mix of professionals in the classroom. In addition to his Medical Center responsibilities, C. Wright Pinson, MD’80, draws on his experiences as a liver transplant surgeon to teach courses in ethics. R. Lawrence Van … Continued