The question of how the University can best educate and prepare its undergraduates for the increasingly international world of the future will be answered in a year-long review of Yale College, President Richard C. Levin announced.
Yale has bolstered its Departments of Physics and Applied Physics with the addition of three noted professors, including French recruit Michel Devoret, hailed as one of the leading experimental condensed matter physicists of his generation, who will join the Department of Applied Physics in January.
In a Tercentennial Lecture titled "One Person Can Make a Difference," Senator James Jeffords of Vermont explained how and why he made his historical decision to switch his party affiliation from Republican to Independent, thus tipping the balance of power in the U.S. Senate from the Republicans to the Democrats.
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President Levin's Charge to the Committee on Yale College Education
Arturo Bris named Haas Assistant Professor
Yale School of Management bolsters its senior faculty ranks
Florencio López-de-Silanes, expert in world finances, to head new institute
Tragedy propels media to promote 'us-ness,' says journalist
SCHOOL OF NURSING NEWS
Yale Rep's holiday season offering is farcical tale of 'hucksterism'
INFOCUS: Yale Center for International & Area Studies
Quarterback Peter Lee honored as an outstanding scholar-athlete
Final Tercentennial Tetelman Fellow to speak at events
'Race and Reunion' wins third annual Douglass Prize
Authentic duplication of Maya murals is laborious task
Emerging Infection Program wins support for study of diarrheal illness in patients
Ackerman to propose 'New Paradigm for Campaign Finance'
Rescheduled conference to explore ethnic cleansing in America and Europe
Art of the Restoration
Concert to feature 18th-century works and instrument
Playwright Margolin to discuss 'Theater of Desire' at master's tea
A day to remember
Yale faculty members celebrate new books
Yale aids holiday fundraiser for the Ronald McDonald House
Yale Books in Brief
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Patricia Sherwin Garland, senior conservator at the Yale Art Gallery, cleans Johann Hermann Carmiencke's "Poughkeepsie Iron Works," ca. 1856.
Pictured is the Yale Rep's publicity poster for "It Pays to Advertise."