Levin cited for community leadership
At a morning celebration attended by New Haven's top corporate and community figures, President Richard C. Levin received the Greater New Haven Chamber of Commerce's Community Leadership Award for 1999, becoming the first Yale president to achieve the organization's highest recognition.
Study reveals benefits of new
prostate cancer therapy
A Yale study of complication rates from two radiation implant therapies for prostate cancer shows that the newer therapy, Palladium-103, has fewer long-term side effects than Iodine-125, an older, more commonly prescribed therapy.
Grant to fund national test
of new teaching method
Yale scientists have received a $3 million National Science Foundation (NSF) grant to test triarchic instruction, a teaching method that focuses on children's creative and practical strengths, rather than their academic skills.
Expert on care of minority elders
receives nursing field's top honor
Courtney Lyder, associate professor of nursing and a nationally recognized expert on minority aging, will receive the highest honor in the nursing profession when he is inducted as a fellow into the American Academy of Nursing on Nov. 20.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Alumni Whiffenpoofs will reunite for 90th musical 'spree'
Perspectives on Richard Levin
Psychologist Kazdin proposes new way to assess the effectiveness of therapies for youngsters
Scientists' find vastly enhances computer memory
Library gets grant to preserve rare films from Yale's past
Yale Art Gallery exhibit traces key themes in American art and design across four centuries
Museum joins U.S.-French consortium
Marks is new director of Pierson Lab
Karl M.Waage, renowned for his geological discoveries, dies
Yale scientists to speak at NAS symposium on campus
Symposium on global climate change marks anniversary of landmark report
Reading to feature letters of Revolutionary War partners
U.S. national identity will be topic of talk by noted writer
Wrap up your holiday shopping at one-day event
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|In his speech at the Chamber of Commerce awards ceremony, President Richard C. Levin said, "I want to make urban citizenship a permanent thread in the fabric of Yale, and town-gown partnership a permanent thread in the fabric of New Haven."|
Courtney Lyder, associate professor of nursing and a nationally recognized expert on minority aging, will receive the highest honor in the nursing profession when he is inducted as a fellow into the American Academy of Nursing on November 20.