Culminating a three-year process of consultation among faculty, students, staff and city officials, Yale unveiled to the campus community and city leaders a major planning document that will guide future efforts toward the physical development of the campus.
With a six-year hiring freeze lifted, the Department of Political Science has launched a veritable hiring binge, landing 11 new faculty members -- one at the senior level, 10 at the junior level.
Yale has received a $3 million grant from a Swiss family to study "borderline personality disorder" as well as other personality disorders.
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Talk by Nobel laureate to highlight Student Research Day
Conference to explore link between science, religion and nature
Alanna Schepartz named Harris Professor
Chertow is honored for environmental work
Football player gives advice on achieving potential
Author tells of goal to change 'archaic' publishing process
A job loss can affect the health of older workers, says study
Study confirms irregular fetal heartbeats are not a cause for panic
Yale College juniors selected for honors by Council of Masters
Sledge reappointed Calhoun College master
Search committee formed for dean of Divinity School
Scholar on families and illness joins nursing faculty
Ten physicians are elected to Yale Faculty Practice board
Center has announced winners of the first Wilson Postdoctoral Fellowships in Humanities
'Witness,' a documentary based on Yale's Holocaust testimony archive, wins film award
Free screening for anxiety, depression
Talks explain how to apply for NIH grant
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Members of Yale's cheerleading squad showed off some of their moves during the University's Bulldog Days, when recently accepted high school seniors visited the campus and learned firsthand about student life.
Alanna Schepartz has been named the Milton Harris '29 Ph.D. Professor of Chemistry by a vote of the Yale Corporation.