Gift honors Zigler for work shaping
nation's policies on children's issues
Yale psychologist Edward Zigler, credited with conceiving federal programs and policies such as Head Start and family leave, has been awarded a $250,000 gift from the Heinz Family Foundation.
Study shows welfare reform adversely impacts children
As women move from welfare to work, their children are moving into child care settings of diverse and sometimes questionable quality, according to the interim results of a three-year study by Yale and Berkeley researchers.
Grant supports publication of the papers of James Boswell
Henry Luce III, chair and chief executive officer of The Henry Luce Foundation, has announced a three-year grant of $450,000 to Yale to support the work of the Yale Editions of the Private Papers of James Boswell.
Beinecke show traces Americans' utopian visions
Ever since the Pilgrims first landed on the shore of the New World in the early 17th century, Americans have aspired to more perfect ways of living and better places to live.
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Discovery involving cell proteins results in 'paradigm shift'
Founders of American hospice will be honored at convocation
Paul Fry reappointed as college's master
Experts to discuss potential effects of global climate change
TIAA-CREF cites economist's work on Social Security
Multifaceted flautist to perform his own compositions
Former Big 10 coach honored by Camp Foundation
Concert features School of Music professor, student
Historian to hold booksigning
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|The Yale Editions of the Private Papers of James Boswell, pictured above, will be supported by a three-year grant of $450,000 from The Henry Luce Foundation.|
Suzanne Kurtz, professor of communication in the faculties of medicine and education at the University of Calgary in Canada, will present this year's Bayer Lecture at 5 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 17.