On May 8, during his visit to Beijing to celebrate Yale's 300th anniversary, President Richard C. Levin formally announced the establishment of the China Law Center at Yale.
Adult stem cells that can create new liver, lung, gastrointestinal and skin cells -- and the cells of possibly any other organ in the body -- have been discovered in bone marrow, according to a newly published study by a Yale researcher and collaborators.
As Yale's 300th graduation, this year's Commencement will be one for the record books.
Manipulating molecules through nanotechnology
Developing lightweight batteries for field missions
A season of festivals, picnics, baseball and music under the stars. A time to sail on sun-streaked seas, appreciate art in the quiet spaces of a gallery, explore treasures of the natural world with curious children or, perhaps, take a long-dreamed-about summer course. All these activities and more await Yale summer students, staff and campus visitors throughout the months of June, July and August.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Devoted Yale alumnus and benefactor John J. Lee dies
Noted legal scholar and humanist Charles L. Black Jr. dies
Graduate School to honor outstanding faculty mentors
Architecture students rise to the task of making a home
Psychologist Edward Zigler is lauded for lifetime achievements
Men's golf team to compete in regional championship
Yale recognized as 'good neighbor'
New 'Smile Carts' honor Yale nurse practitioner and the memory of alumnus
Grant to fund F&ES scholarships
YUWO scholarships to further studies and enhance careers awarded to Yale affiliates
Commencement Concert to mark closing of Morse Recital Hall for renovations
Yale senior's essay on life in New Haven wins first Hegel Prize
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This edition features the annual "Summertime at Yale" roundup of upcoming campus activities.
Alumnus John Lee, shown here during his days as a Yale basketball star, has died at age 64. The entrepreneur and executive was a Yale trustee, benefactor and leader of the University's most successful capital campaign.