The School of Forestry & Environmental Studies (F&ES) has launched the public phase of a major campaign that will seek a minimum of $60 million, primarily to support faculty endowment, student scholarships and a new "green" facility for the school.
The Yale School of Management (SOM) was honored on Oct. 31 by The Aspen Institute in New York City and the World Resource Institute (WRI) in Washington, D.C., for its outstanding work training future business leaders in environmental management skills.
Seven of the FBI's 21 most-wanted terrorists have a safe haven in Iran, a country which has been "funding, training and inspiring the bin Ladens of this world" ever since the fundamentalist Islamic government came to power 22 years ago, Crown Prince Reza Pahlavi, son of the former Shah of Iran, said during a campus visit.
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Yale Books in Brief
For American architects, the sky is still the limit, says Stern
AIA to honor Stern for his contributions to the 'urban landscape'
Ireland's former prime minister to speak at YCIAS
DEA official and New Mexico's governor to discuss war on drugs
Show highlights painter John Singer Sargent's sculptural skills
Panel goes beyond fantasy and crisis to look at richness of Arab civilization
Yale has long history of teaching Arabic language
Conference on 'ideal' Native American school to include play, film clip screening
Council on European Studies sponsoring conference
on problems faced in Balkans during World War II
Auction to raise funds to fight hunger and homelessness
Memorial service to honor Levi Jackson, first African-American football captain
Rescheduled talks to explore Sept. 11 events, evolution
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This issue marks the debut of a new feature in the paper -- "Yale Books in Brief," a look at recent publications by members of the Yale community.
Pictured is John Sargent's study for "Classic and Romantic Art," one of the decorations the painter created for the walls of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston.