Economist will develop better way to measure economic activity in U.S.
Yale SOM to establish database for study of world's financial history
The School of Forestry & Environmental Studies (F&ES) received a $1.2 million grant from the Henry Luce Foundation to establish a program of collaborative industrial ecology in Asia.
Two members of the English department, Thomas McLernon Greene and Leslie Brisman, were awarded this year's William Clyde DeVane Medals in recognition of their distinguished scholarship and outstanding teaching.
Robert Lane, the Eugene Meyer Professor Emeritus of Political Science, is an authority on well-being in advanced, industrialized societies.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Scientist Thomas Steitz honored with Sterling Professorship
Goldman-Rakic is Eugene Higgins Professor of Neurobiology
Joan Steitz cited as outstanding woman scientist
Student actors 'take flight' in comic version of 'The Birds'
Exhibition examines photographers' contrasting images of Saarinen designs
'Faces of Hope' offers portraits of people living with HIV
Model urges students to take pride in their bodies
'Cities and Buildings' pays tribute to urban works by former School of Architecture dean's firm
Forum to explore fate of U.S. 'melting pot'
Discovery boosts understanding of hereditary blindness
Grants will support Yale researcher's study on how to quell the 'voices' heard by schizophrenics
Women under 60 more likely to die after heart attack, says study
Renowned nuclear physicist to discuss 'Science, Technology and Politics'
'A Taste of Inequality' explores issues still on feminist frontline
Love songs will be dramatized in workshops
New fund will support activities for teachers of religious studies
New ways of funding environmental enterprises to be examined
Film series focus on the banned and Brazilian
Innovation is focus of this year's Spring Teaching Forum
Annual Pride Week celebration will feature talks, comedy night and film
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Thomas A. Steitz has been honored with an appointment to a Sterling Professorship in Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry.
Members of the School of Drama's graduating acting class will spread their artistic wings in "The Birds."