Drug abuse among women will be the focus of a five-year, $2.5 million faculty training grant recently awarded to researchers in the Department of Psychiatry.
As students stroll along campus walkways far below him, senior Roy Lee sits alone high inside Harkness Tower and begins playing "Londonderry Air" on the Yale Memorial Carillon.
For Yale Professor Edward Tufte, good design means a lot more than a clever illustration or a readable font.
Donning and shedding a white medical coat, Anna Deavere Smith transformed herself from physician, to patient, to physician again as she illuminated the inner lives of those on both sides of the stethoscope in her one-woman theatrical piece "Rounding It Out" at the School of Medicine.
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Once again, 'tis the season for giving. Yale's museum shops are good hunting grounds for holiday gift ideas. This plastic T-Rex, for instance, is one of the dinosaur offerings at the Peabody Museum shop.
Actress/playwright Anna Deavere Smith during her show "Rounding It Out."