A permanent professorship in environmental studies will be created at Yale through $4 million bequeathed by Joan Tweedy of Darien, a lifelong conservationist.
Americans do not have to sacrifice a thriving economy to have a safe and healthy Earth, said Carol Browner, administrator of the U.S. Environmental Protection (EPA) during a campus visit.
The Graduate School of Arts and Sciences will honor three faculty members for exceptional mentorship at this year's Commencement Convocation.
Twelve individuals and a special team have been honored with Elm-Ivy Awards in recognition of their efforts to strengthen ties between Yale and its home city.
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Event examines life, work of controversial Yiddish writer
Student drama centers on play once charged with being obscene
Exhibit to explore how artists depicted Africa in 20th century
Satellite images aid study of environmental threats in Africa
Celebration of Russian literature on view at Beinecke
Architecture project benefits 'fragile' city neighborhood
Yale student groups honored for service to community
Yale Physicians Building to be city's newest art exhibit space
Graduate student scientists sharing their research at two-day symposium
Agrarian Studies marks 10th year with conference
In thanks,Yale physician receives Yankees baseball
English Department alumni will consider 'Prospects for the New Century'
Memorial service to celebrate life of John Blassingame
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Eric H. Holder Jr., U.S. deputy attorney general, will give the inaugural address at the dedication of the National Center for Children Exposed to Violence, which will be held at Yale on Monday, May 8.
"Village of Yo," a collage by Romare Bearden, recently acquired by the Yale Art Gallery, is among the contemporary works in the exhibit "Imaging Africa" that show how diaspora studies affected 20th-century artists' portrayals of life on the continent.