Yale gets $10 million to study smoking
Researchers at the School of Medicine will examine why some smokers are resistant to current cessation treatments with a $10 million grant from The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), the National Cancer Institute (NCI) and The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
Scientists offer their views on art in series
Science and art, two spheres that normally operate in isolation from each other, are coming together in a unique series of lectures at the Yale University Art Gallery.
Divinity School honors washerwoman's legacy
Members of the Yale and New Haven communities gathered Oct. 24 at the Grove Street Cemetery to dedicate a monument to an extraordinary New Haven philanthropist, who was a washerwoman by trade.
'Hear Us' recalls influential words
of six women
The voices of women activists are given solid form in "Hear Us," a work of public art by two School of Art faculty members that was recently installed in the Massachusetts State House in Boston.
Yale President to be cited for community leadership
Citing Richard C. Levin's encouragement and support of Yale's many contributions to the New Haven community, the Greater New Haven Chamber of Commerce has chosen the Yale President to receive its 1999 Community Leadership Award.
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Study shows long-lasting effects of low-dose amphetamine use has long-lasting
Noted sports-world entrepreneur to visit as Gordon Grand Fellow
Support grant helps safeguard the Peabody's marine collection
Would-be advocates get lesson in fine art of lobbying
Robert Penn Warren Lecture to examine poet's observations about illness
Bridgeport school is now a showcase for Yale ideas
DMCA series will focus on high-tech projects in the arts
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|Women activists whose voices helped shape Massachusetts history are immortalized in "Hear Us," a work of public art now installed in the State House in Boston.|
President Richard C. Levin will be lauded by the New Haven Chamber
of Commerce this week.