Yale will invest over $500 million
in science and engineering
Yale announced on Jan. 20 that it will invest over $500 million to ensure that its science and engineering programs remain among the world's very finest.
Gift from alumnus John Malone to fund engineering building
A $24 million gift from business entrepreneur John Malone will allow Yale to proceed with a new building for its engineering programs, President Richard C. Levin announced Jan. 20.
Yale luminaries combine talents to teach students the benefits of 'strategic thinking'
"You cannot teach at Yale for long without realizing that some of your students are likely to wind up running significant parts of this country or others -- maybe even the countries themselves," observes John Gaddis, the Robert A. Lovett Professor of Military and Naval History.
Commissioner Howard Safir describes NYPD 'success story'
It's not our habit to invite people with easy jobs," Yale School of Management (Yale SOM) professor Douglas Rae told a packed lecture hall Jan. 21 in introducing New York City Police Commissioner Howard Safir.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Senator to discuss Irish peace talks
Garten reflects on first term as dean of Yale SOM
Ex-curator donates T.S. Eliot archive to Beinecke
Professor Chang enjoys writing about Yale for a Chinese audience
University fellowships will support junior faculty's research projects
Survey reveals fewer 'near-Earth asteroids' than once believed
Yale Rep will stage work by 'a rock and roll poet'
Theologians to discuss milestone church accord
Yale just one stop in Divinity student's quest for universal truths
Yale libraries launch new website devoted to public health issues in New Haven area
Scientists identify direct link between DQ8 gene, diabetes
Study: Chronically ill give low ratings to managed care
Yale team develops non-invasive test for fetal anemia
Molière play balances 'moments of deep pain' with laughter
Drama students share theatrical know-how with class at ECA magnet school
Movie screenings benefit child clinics
Sexual orientation and Christianity is focus of the 'Opening Doors' series in February
Grey named to federal council on nursing research
Dr. Dennis Spencer honored for his work on epilepsy
YSN outreach worker receives AIDS leadership award
PathMaster database aiding in cancer cell diagnosis
English Language Institute Courses for Spring Term
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|President Richard C. Levin formally announced Yale's plans to devote a half-billion dollars to science and engineering at a press conference on Jan. 20.|
Senator George Mitchell will visit the campus next week to offer his perspective on the peace negotiations in Northern Ireland.