School of Music gets $10 million
Stephen Adams, a 1959 graduate of Yale College, has announced a gift of $10 million to the School of Music on behalf of himself and the Adams Family Foundation.
Yale scientists find way to
restimulate brain cell growth
Yale scientists have discovered that the growth of brain cells, which normally ends in adolescence, can be re-stimulated in mature neurons with a molecular mechanism known as Notch signaling.
Center's addition puts families and
children at heart of Medical School
To accommodate its ever-growing number of programs serving parents and children, the Yale Child Study Center recently expanded in size.
Glamour lauds senior for commitment
to public education
Although Dalia Hochman learned last year that she had received a prestigious Harry S. Truman Scholarship that would help pay for graduate study, the Yale senior decided to defer continuing her formal education in favor of educating others.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Personalities overshadow issues in politics today, says journalist
Divinity School honoring work of feminist theologian Letty Russell
Students turn passion for education into teaching careers
Retrospective exhibit showcases works of British Pop artist
Exhibit of artists' rough drafts for masterpieces explores creative process
Peabody exhibit pays tribute to pioneering scientist O.C. Marsh
Architecture School highlights Daniel Libeskind's latest projects
Study identifies common fears about genetic testing
Grant to the Yale Cancer Center will support lymphoma research
Yale singers' first production is a sampling of opera scenes
Divinity School event welcomes prospective students
Pioneering biologist Clement L. Markert dies at age 82
Community can remember deceased loved ones at Evensong Service
Workshops promoting collaborative research on women's health issues
Search committee for dean of engineering
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|The octagonal shape of the Yale Child Study Center's new Neison and Irving Harris Building is designed to be eye-catching and to help it serve as a bridge between the University and the community.|
Patrick Caulfield is known for his paintings of everyday objects and scenes, as well as his trademark black outlines. His 1980 work "Dining/Kitchen/Living" is among the
50 paintings on view in the retrospective exhibition of his work.