A new center that challenges the traditional view that people are born with a certain intelligence that is fixed throughout their lifetime is opening at Yale with over $7 million in research grants and contracts.
Yale has chosen internationally renowned architects David M. Childs and Richard Meier to design two projects for its expanding arts area complex.
The Yale Club of New Haven (YCNH) is launching a new partnership with Dwight Hall to provide the club's members with volunteer opportunities in established nonprofit organizations in the city.
The School of Medicine's International Health Program, which sends U.S. physicians-in-training to countries in the developing world, will expand with funding from Johnson & Johnson.
If you've ever bought a greeting card, you're probably familiar with Sandra Boynton's work.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Program recalls contributions of late art historian
Philip Long named as director of Information Technology Services
Historian Kennedy describes how WWII altered the U.S.
Famed actor Stephen Rea tells of his loyalty to Irish identity
Exhibit explores how artists approach use of color
There are dinosaurs galore at the Peabody this month
Museum enjoys record-setting year
Future of former Yugoslavia is focus of international event
Event to explore novel approaches to legal issues
Theater in the 18th century will be the focus of international, interdisciplinary conference
'Space Odyssey' is topic of next Tetelman Lecture
Conference will explore the impact of spirituality on health
Professor Barry Saltzman, a pioneer in the study of the atmosphere and climate, dies
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An Arts History Building will be constructed adjacent to 180 York St., which was designed by Paul Rudolph to house the Schools of Art and Architecture.
Sandra Boynton poses with the cardboard figures she created for the on-campus production of "Grunt," a Gregorian chant in pig latin.